Pancakes make a great meal any time of day. Whether you’re looking for a sweet breakfast or a satisfying dinner, you’ll find a pancake recipe here to fit the bill.
The name says it all. And buckwheat is naturally gluten-free.
The first step for these Indian-spiced pancakes is to soak the lentils for a few hours. After that, they’re very quick to make.
This recipe starts with a can of chickpeas and has no added sugar, but the end result tastes as good as a peanut butter cup.
Almond flour gives this gluten-free recipe a protein boost to kick off your morning.
These are very simple to put together and can easily be doubled or tripled for a crowd.
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Hotteok is a type of Korean street food. It’s surprisingly easy to make at home, and you can personalize what flavors you add.
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The whole-grain quinoa and oats give these pancakes great texture and flavor.
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If you love carrot cake and coconut, look no further than these delicious pancakes.
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You could make these simply because of their fantastic color, but they’re also excellent eaten with savory spreads or sandwich toppings.
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These 3-ingredient pancakes ferment overnight to create a nice, light texture.
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Thyme and hot chilies give these potato pancakes extra kick.
Check out Vegan Lovlie’s video on how to make these versatile pancakes.