Can’t believe how light they were, I was expecting a heavy pancake. Used ground flaxseed instead of the oat flour, maple syrup for the sugar and almond-coconut blend for the buttermilk. Will do again. The flaxseed made the batter a brown colour which was fine with me.
Delicious pancakes! Subbed the milk for cashew milk, added a teaspoon of cocoa powder. I used a vanilla whey protein I have for my protein shakes. Used a squeezed of stevia to add some sweetness. So good. will make these again!
Loved these and I used a vanilla protein powder
I made a version of these (because I didn't have the same ingredients at home) for me and my roomates this morning! We all loved them. I used vanilla Vega one meal powder and one less teaspoon of the vanilla extract. I used almond milk instead of buttermilk. And I added a tablespoon of chia seeds and zest of a small lemon. They were so good! they were a little more calories but nutritious.
Loved it . . . very easy and healthy.
Tasty guilt-free pancake recipe, and easily adaptable! This was a really great starter recipe that I was able to adapt for my preferences, without messing up the texture or taste of the pancakes. I used ground sunflower seeds instead of protein powder, almond-coconut milk and cocoa powder instead of buttermilk (the cocoa activates the baking soda -- lemon juice also works), and a lower quantity of maple syrup instead of sugar to make this even lower-glycemic and free of dairy and artificial protein powders. The seeds vs. protein powder required less liquid like the whey protein suggested amount. I was having a chocolate-craving day so I also added walnuts and dark chocolate chips for a special treat. Tasted amazing, and one of the few alternative pancake recipes I've found where the texture is perfectly pancake-like despite a lack of flour -- husband-approved! These left my pancake craving satisfied while leaving me feeling amazing and energized rather than bloated. Pros: Healthy, gluten-free, good texture, good flavor, easily adapted