Try This Healthy Pancake Recipe


Pancakes aren't just a healthy breakfast; they're a tradition. Millions of people enjoy pancakes every other morning, especially on weekends, as a slew of fluffy pancakes keeps everyone satisfied.

The problem with pancakes, however, is that they contain milk, and not everyone can handle dairy. Also, all-purpose flour, aka white flour, isn't particularly healthy -- especially if you're trying to lose a few pounds!

So, is there such a thing as healthy pancakes? Below is a recipe for healthy pancakes. One uses almond milk instead of regular milk and whole wheat flour instead of all-purpose light flour.

Other than that, making these pancakes is as easy as making regular pancakes. No more pancakes in a box; let's make them from scratch - aren't you feeling healthier already?

Why make healthy pancakes?

There are many ways to make healthier pancakes. For starters, whole-wheat flour adds fiber to a breakfast staple, while also making it easier to digest -- so fewer calories.

You can also use almond milk and margarine to eliminate milk and butter. So if you're looking for vegan pancakes, the recipe below is perfect!

You can always spice up your pancakes with superfoods like blueberries or matcha green tea to make them healthier, but it's up to you. Pancakes shouldn't be considered unhealthy, but we've been eating them wrong for decades! Make pancakes healthy again to fit a healthier lifestyle.

After all, there's no point in making healthier pancakes if we drizzle them with honey or maple syrup (they're basically liquid sugar). Consider using agave syrup or a no-calorie sweetener to make sure your work is worth it.

What's in a healthy pancake?

To make healthy pancakes, you'll need whole-wheat flour, which is darker, grainier, and more nutritious. You will also need baking powder and a pinch of salt.

However, the most exciting ingredient is the milk substitute. You can use low-fat milk if you prefer, but almond milk, oat milk, and even soy milk are good substitutes and are usually better for you than whole milk.

You'll need a tablespoon of margarine to grease the pan, but applesauce will work too. Finally, drizzle the pancakes with your favorite sweetness or top with fruit and voila.

Healthy Pancakes Recipe

Serving Size: 8

Prep Time: 10

Cook Time: 15

Total time: 25 minutes

Raw material:

• 2 cups whole wheat flour

• 1 teaspoon baking powder

• 1/2 teaspoon salt

• 1.5 cups almond milk (unsweetened)

• 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

• 1 tablespoon margarine

• Consume agave syrup


1. In a mixing bowl, combine flour, baking powder and salt. Add almond milk and vanilla extract to make a liquid batter.

2. Heat a pan over low heat and melt the margarine in it.

3. To prepare the pancakes, 2-3 tablespoons of batter per serving, turning once.

4. Serve with agave syrup or your favorite pancake topping.


Add chopped nuts, dried fruit, or oatmeal to the batter for an exciting and delicious effect.