These light and fluffy, gluten-free savory Oat and Potato Pancakes are so satisfying, so delicious, so comforting and so good for you. Whip up a stack to enjoy with your family one morning.
Light and fluffy, these spiced, Almond and Hemp Pancakes pack a hefty nutritional punch in…
These Greek Yogurt Pancakes are served with a homemade Pineapple-Blueberry Syrup to be light, fluffy and so good for a special breakfast.
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Soft and fluffy, these gluten free blueberry pancakes are a perfect breakfast treat.
The next time you’re planning on making a special breakfast, try these rich buckwheat chocolate pancakes topped with berries, syrup, caramel, cream or whatever your heart desires.
Peanut butter, bananas and chickpea flour make up these vegan, gluten free, delicious pancakes. Plus, they’re topped off with a gooey date caramel sauce.
Switch up your usual stack of pancakes with these fun sweet and savory toppings that are not maple syrup.
Loaded with whipped ricotta and lemon zest, these soft pancakes are deliciously over the top when served with raspberry preserves.
These fennel pancakes are made soft and fluffy with ricotta and are stuffed with sweet strawberry preserves.
Make breakfast extra special with easy lemon ricotta pancakes topped with sweet cherry preserves.
Greek yogurt and Meyer lemons take these pancakes to a whole new level of fluffy and tangy deliciousness. Top them with raspberry preserves for a perfect spring brunch.
For a unique spring brunch, make these savory basil cornmeal pancakes with wild blueberry preserves. They’re gluten-free and perfect for Mother’s Day.
Feed a breakfast crowd with these baked pancakes loaded with wild blueberry preserves, bacon and a hint of brie cheese.
With fresh-squeeze Meyer lemon and zest in the batter, these poppy seed pancakes have a bright flavor that make us think of the coming spring. Layer your cakes with sweet lemon and cream cheese filling for a divine brunch treat.
Fluffy, light pancakes are easy to make without grains when you use tigernut flour, almond meal and beaten egg whites. Top them with nut or seed butters and berries for a special treat.
Made with whole wheat flour, maple syrup, bananas, and oats, these pancakes are healthful and easy to make in a big batch, cook and freeze until a busy morning when they are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s faces.
Looking for ways to add a little seasonal flair to your breakfast? Just so happens—it’s pumpkin season, folks. Check out these eight ways to make the most important meal of the day even more fun.
Great for a lazy and indulgent weekend morning, try this easy recipe for cinnamon pancakes with icing on top.
Spelt Apple Pancakes. This recipe has all the flavors of apple pie, without the sugar.
Usually potato pancakes are bound together with an egg mixture, but this vegan version uses tofu for a hearty and delicious bite.
It’s a breakfast-in-bed kind of Saturday. Make these delicious and nutrient dense paleo pancakes!
Make filling and festive brunch pancakes out of sweet potatoes with a hint of maple and tahini in the batter and coconut sprinkled on top.
Coconut milk, coconut flakes, pumpkin, and whole wheat flours make a delicious pancake batter just heavy and rich enough for a crisp fall morning brunch.
Made with potatoes instead of flour, savory pancakes with bacon and chives are great for breakfast or as an appetizer. Plus, they are naturally gluten free.
Topped with whitefish roe, red onion and crème fraîche, this savory Swedish pancake incorporate a unique cheese into the batter for a fun appetizer or brunch treat.
A slightly sweet cake or bread, mofo gasy is served as a breakfast street food with coffee in Madagascar. Think of it like a pancake.
Make a savory pancake that will satisfy all of your brunch eaters. Top with cheese or add a touch of sweetness with jam or the usual maple syrup.
These tall, nutty pancakes are hit with a touch of coconut and drizzled with a fruity raspberry maple syrup and a few white chocolate shavings. An elegant breakfast plate.
Soft, fluffy, with a hint of malty flavor, pancakes are a morning delight. Find the tips here for the perfect flapjack every time. Don’t forget to sift!
As good as a basic pancake recipe, this formula uses apple sauce instead of eggs and a nut or soy milk to create a giant stack of fluffy vegan pancakes.
These thin crepe-like pancakes make an excellent addition to afternoon tea, or spread with jam and folded up with whipped cream, they are a delicacy fit for festive occasions.
Whole wheat, soft zucchini loaded pancakes are delicious and nutritious. Spread with a maple cream cheese topping for a decadent breakfast.
Add rich flavor and great height to your pancakes with sprouted buckwheat flour for a powerful start to your day.
Delicate ricotta cheese pancakes are moist with a mild cheese flavor that adds subtle richness along with a hint of vanilla and lemon zest.
Buckwheat pancakes are bursting with great flavor. Top with an awesome coconut cream-chocolate sauce for a brunch that’s also fit for a lavish dessert.
Make sourdough sponge a few days before for pancakes that have awesome flavor and body. This is also a way to use bread starter that is always multiplying.
Switch up the classic avocado toast with a chickpea pancake topped with avocado, fried egg, feta and chili oil.
A stack of pancakes to will fuel your morning with filling buckwheat drizzled with caramel sauce and topped with cranberries and almonds.
Powerful pancakes made with chia, almond butter, oats and more make for a filling breakfast that is sure to bring an energy boost.
Squash pancakes are infused with a touch of Indian flair. Fluffy from buttermilk, but with a caramelized crust so they don’t become soggy with the yogurt.
These pancakes are filling with a hint of sweetness coming from the lemon cream sauce, similar to a curd, that is drizzled over top. Perfect for brunch.
This world’s simplest pancakes recipe contains just two ingredients (egg and banana) and is super quick – just minutes from bowl to plate! Simple and tasty.
This simple Slow Cooker Cranberry Orange Syrup helps you pull together a guest worthy breakfast or brunch by slowly simmering a few ingredients overnight.
For breakfast or dinner, these pancakes are soft, fluffy and sweet, drizzled with delicious pure maple syrup, and you don’t even need to have dessert.
Hearty banana pancake batter is mixed with coconut oil and flakes for rich flavor and then doused in sticky-sweet chocolate caramel sauce.
These banana pancakes are gluten free, moist, rich, and only have three ingredients — bananas, eggs, and maca powder. What could be better in the morning?
Sweet peaches, refreshingly tangy buttermilk and cornmeal combine to for seriously delicious, light and fluffy pancakes.
Create fluffy, rich pancakes by adding sour cream and whipped egg whites. Spruce up the traditional griddle cake with added blueberries.
Start the weekend off with rich coconut pancakes. Drizzle with maple syrup and plenty of coconut flakes.
Griddle cakes are a delicious way to start a weekend or busy day, savory or sweet. Try these traditional styles of flapjacks with a twist of flavor.
With ice cream toppings of blueberries, dark chocolate, and walnuts these pancakes are the bomb. Start your day with antioxidants, omega-3’s, and the right amount of carbs.
Soft, sweet, and hearty, these pancakes beat any carrot cake, hands down. Made with quinoa, oats, and carrots they are packed with all the nutrients to start your day.
A kid-friendly breakfast, these pancakes use ripe bananas and are drizzled with a salted caramel sauce that is truly addictive.
Fluffy sourdough pancakes, perfect for Valentine’s Day Weekend.
These surprisingly nutritious pancakes come together in just minutes, and are so sinfully delicious you’ll think you’re having dessert for breakfast.
The pumpkin buttermilk pancakes let you eat this dish for breakfast, but with so much sweet stuff happening it could easily double as a decadent dessert.
Try these tangy pancakes for a savory and gluten-free take on a breakfast favorite.
Repurpose leftover lentils and spare veggies in this super simple and quick recipe.
This baked pancake recipe is perfect for when you want something sweet for breakfast but don’t want to have to keep an eye on a stovetop flapjacks.