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    If you are looking for the best pancake recipes, you are in the right place! Here, we have rounded up the best pancake recipes you can try for a healthier, more nutritious and more delicious breakfast! Light and fluffy, easy to make, and totally comforting for the taste buds.

    Pancakes are a natural choice when it comes to treating yourself at breakfast. Some diet-conscious folks think that pancakes aren’t particularly good for health, but that’s not true. The key is to avoid premade batters and too much sugary toppings.

    Making your own pancake mixture from scratch at home not only allows you to swap unhealthy ingredients with more nutritious ones but also gives you more control over the flavor combinations.

    Simple things such as substituting white flour with whole-grain can help you pack a load of nutrients to keep you energized all day.

    Check out these healthy pancakes recipes for a daily indulgence sans any guilt of betraying your fitness goals.

    Caramelized Apple and Banana Pancakes

    Chopped apples
    – 1 cup
    Brown sugar
    – 1 tbsp
    Salt
    – ¼ tsp
    Butter
    – 1 tsp
    For pancakes:
    • Ripe bananas – 2 (medium-sized)
    • White sugar – 1 tbsp
    • Salt – ¼ tsp
    • Flour – ¾ cup
    • Corn flour – ¼ cup
    • Baking powder – ½ tsp
    • Milk – ½ cup

    How to Prepare

    1. For the caramelized apples, put all the ingredients in a pan and cook over low heat, stirring occasionally until the apples turn soft and light brown.
    2. For the pancakes, first, mash the bananas in a large bowl with a fork.
    3. Next, add all the remaining ingredients to make a smooth paste.
    4. Cook the pancakes in a non-stick pan.
    5. Serve with the caramelized apples.

    Carrot Cake Quinoa Pancakes

    Egg
    – 1
    Quinoa flour
    – ½ cup
    Almond flour
    – ¼ cup
    Rolled oats
    – 1 tbsp
    Coconut flour
    – 1 tbsp
    Baking powder
    – 1 tsp
    Ground cinnamon
    – ½ tsp
    Ground nutmeg
    – ¼ tsp
    Sea salt
    – ¼ tsp
    Milk (preferably non-dairy)
    – ¾ cup
    Almond oil
    – 1 tsp
    Maple syrup
    – 1 tsp
    Freshly grated carrots
    – ½ cup

    Fancy a dessert-like breakfast that provides long-lasting energy and lots of essential nutrients without the risk of weight gain? Whip up a big batch of these. These pancakes are satisfyingly sweet and filled with fiber that keeps you satiated for hours. The leftover mixture can be stored in the freezer for up to a week.

    Servings: 2

    How to Prepare

    1. Put all the dry ingredients in a large bowl and mix well.
    2. Add egg, milk, maple syrup, and almond oil and whisk together until combined. Then fold in the carrots.
    3. Lightly grease a frying pan and ladle the batter till the pan is filled.
    4. Cook on low heat until both sides are golden brown.

    Tangy Buckwheat Pancakes

    Eggs (separated)
    – 2
    Yoghurt
    – 2 tbsp
    Rice flour
    – ½ cup
    Backing powder
    – ½ tsp
    Honey
    – 1 tsp
    Skimmed milk
    – ½ cup
    Buckwheat flour
    – ½ cup
    Cornmeal
    – 1 tbsp
    Salt
    – to taste
    Marmalade
    – to serve

    These sweet yet zesty, gluten-free pancakes fit well into most diet plans and are set to rule everyone’s heart. Their unique flavor profile is likely to make them your new all-time favorite pancakes.

    Servings: 2

    How to Prepare

    1. Beat the egg yolks with milk and yogurt until smooth.
    2. In another bowl, mix all the dry ingredients.
    3. Combine the milk mixture with the flour and stir gently.
    4. Now beat the egg whites till it forms stiff peaks. Fold them into the batter.
    5. Mix well till you reach a smooth consistency.
    6. Melt some butter in a non-stick pan and pour in a few tablespoons of the mixture.
    7. Cook the pancake over low heat on both sides.
    8. Let cool a little before serving with a spoonful of marmalade and drizzle of honey.

    Who says pancakes aren’t a healthy breakfast option?

    Pancakes can pack a punch of nutrients including vitamins and minerals depending on what you use for the filling, topping, and the batter itself.

    These are just some of the best pancake recipes that are sure to rule your taste palate, plus provide you with the fuel you need for an active day ahead.

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