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Fluffy Vegan Pancakes to Kneel Down (Recipe)

Vegan pancakes for President!

I have to admit that lately I’ve been rather lazy to do some lavish breakfasting in the morning. For me, the first meal a day is called “breakfast”, but quite often this happens right in the afternoon. Especially when I’m on intermittent fasting, that’s quite common. However, the later I eat breakfast and the more likely I have guests, the greater are my efforts to make something really delicious. That’s why I decided to make these vegan and gluten-free pancakes without added sugars. A guaranteed culinary delight – you’ll love them! 🙂

Vegan foodporn at its best: Delicious vegan pancakes topped with soy yoghurt and fruits
Vegan foodporn at its best: Delicious vegan pancakes topped with soy yoghurt and fruits

Vegan Pancakes with Soy Yoghurt, Figs, Blackberries and Mint (vegan & gluten-free)

(serves 6 pancakes for 2 persons)

250 g oatmeal (gluten-free)
200 ml of water with carbon dioxide
150 ml almond milk
100 g applesauce
1 tbsp of flaxseed ground
2 tsp of baking soda
3 tbsp xylitol
2 tsp cocoa
1 tsp cinnamon ground
1 pinch of salt
1 tbsp coconut oil

200 g soy yoghurt
2 figs
100 g blackberries
some fresh mint

Preparation
  1. Add the oatmeal to your blender and blend it at the highest level. This usually works with any blender and you don’t need a flour mill for this!
  2. Mix the oatmeal with the flaxseed, baking powder, xylitol, cocoa, cinnamon salt, applesauce, water and almond milk in a bowl to a dough.
  3. Heat a shallow pan with the coconut oil and place it on medium heat.
  4. Put about 1/2 of a large scoop of your dough in the pan per pancake. In a large pan fit about 2 pancakes. Don’t slew! Fry each pancake for about 3 minutes per side!
  5. Stack the finished pancakes on a plate, garnish with the soy yoghurt, figs, blackberries and mint and – most important – enjoy them warm to the fullest! 🙂
Nutritional values
Here are the nutritional values in total, per pancake and per 100 g
Here are the nutritional values in total, per pancake and per 100 g
Alternatives

You can vary the pancakes in all possible ways. The carbonated water makes them really fluffy. You can also mince some mint and add to the dough to refine. Sometimes I also rub some lime or lemon zest over it. The pancakes are full of fiber and important vitamins. In addition, thanks to the figs, they are perfect for your acid-base balance. Together with blackberries, figs are an absolute local superfood and with their concentrated load of vitamins, trace elements, antioxidants and fiber they dwarf açaí & Co. Yesterday, an endorphin boost completely overtook me as I saw some figs in my supermarket – my absolute favorite fruit! Rosa in the seventh heaven! 🙂

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