Vegan pancake recipe

We love having pancakes on the weekends as a special breakfast treat or even for a weekday “breakfast supper” as my kids like to call it. We have played with these ingredients and come up with a recipe that is healthy, packed with goodness and tastes AMAZING!! This recipe feeds a family of five hungry people and also can be used in a waffle maker if you chose to change up the texture.

We absolutely love our Vitamin blender and use it for this recipe, however you can use any high speed blender, food processor or a hand mixer. Because we have the Vitamix blender we like to make our own oat flour in the dry mixer, but you can also buy oat flour to make this recipe more accessible to everyone.

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Ingredients:

3 cups of oat flour

1/3 cup of hemp seeds

1/3 cup of ground flax seeds

2TBSP of coconut oil

3 1/2 cups of coconut milk

2 mashed bananas

1 blended fresh apple (or 1/2 cup of apple sauce)

1TBSP of cinnamon powder

1TSP of baking powder

2TSP of vanilla extract

Start by thoroughly mixing all the dry ingredients in a bowl. Then add in bananas, coconut oil, apple sauce or a blended up fresh apple, vanilla and coconut milk. Pour milk in slowly till you get the right consistency, thick but pourable. NOTE: As the ground flax seeds gel you will need to add more coconut milk to thin it out.  At this time they are ready to cook on a stove top until golden brown. Top with your favourite ingredients like nut butter, fruit, hemp seeds, coconut flakes, cacao nibs, and of course we wouldn’t be a true Canadian without maple syrup!!! Enjoy this recipe with your loved ones!

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