Recipe by Kimberly
"These healthy pancakes with a hint of almond are delicious. They're thick and fluffy and they really stick to your ribs. Serve warm with maple syrup or peach jam. Leftovers are great served cold with a little peach jam spread on them, yum!"
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Since I didn't have a few of the ingredients, I substituted. For wheat germ, I used ground up oatmeal. For soy flour, I used more whole wheat flour. For canola oil, I used olive oil. For soy milk, I used rice milk. And then, I only had two eggs and it still turned out delicious! Imagine that! :) I also added strawberries and maple syrup. YUM!
These pancakes are very heavy. They fill you up fast & taste o.k. but they are a little too heavy for me.
Just a note to the last reviewer: You can use soymilk w/ just about any recipe that calls for milk. There's no special recipe that you need to use soy for. I nebver ever use regular milk in baking and I make everything from brownies to cake to cookies etc...
Anyhow, this recipe is good. Nothing special, but pancake recipes can only get so creative anyhow. Since you can use soymilk in place of regular milk in any recipe this recipe isn't original or anyting, but atleast it shows people liek the last reviewer that it's no big deal and doesn't make it taste a bit different.
I have made this recipe numerous time and they always turn out great. I increased the almond extract to 1 teaspoon and added blueberries. I freeze the whole batch in ziploc bags and pull them out as needed for a snack before running or going to the gym. They're great with or without syrup!
I thought this recipe was excellent. My four year old wants to have pancakes like every other day and now I don't have to tell him no. These are high in fiber and really healthy. The only adjustment I would make next time would be to use vanilla extract instead of the almond.
Great!!! Wow, a receipe that I can use that soy milk!!! I just love this receipe I can use that soy milk that my husband bought me (under protest)!!! It is delicious, & I can make this one!!!
I have been looking for a healthy pancake recipe that made thick fluffy pancakes and this is it! I made a few alterations to make it even healthier. First I used 3 oz. flaxmeal and 1 oz. oil instead of the 1/4 C. oil. I didn't have wheat germ, so I used almond flour instead. And since I didn't have soy flour, I used 1 tbsp. black bean flour (which is extremely high in fiber). I also increased the almond extract to 1/2 tsp. In spite of all of these changes, the pancakes were wonderful.
These are yummy - just like cookies!
They're very light and fluffy too.
I bet they'd be good with strawberries
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Dairy Free Whole Wheat Pancakes
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 155
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