Chocolate brownie pancakes [refined sugar and dairy free]
Servings 4people (approximately)
Author Katerina | Once a Foodie
100gwholemeal spelt flour
3heaped tspbaking powder
3/4cupplant based milk (I use macadamia milk but try coconut milk if you want nut free pancakes, or use cow milk if dairy free is not a concern)
2tspapple cider vinegar
maple syrup, for drizzling
berries or other soft fruit, diced if required (mango would be beautiful here)
Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl until well combined.
Whisk the wet ingredients together in another small bowl or a measuring cup.
Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and mix together until well combined.
Make pancakes, whether in a pancake maker like we do or in a pan over a little bit of melted coconut oil.
Drizzle with some maple syrup and serve with your favourite berries.
I would say this recipe serves about 4 for breakfast. My kids can only manage 2 of these pancakes max and I would say the adults would get maybe 3 or 4 each, depending how big you make these.
We use the Tefal snack maker with pancake plates which is how we can make them so nice and even. The plates also help with keeping these guys nice and thick inside so you get the gooeyness and the crispy crust.
Try and vary the toppings. based on what fruit you have at home. As I said above, diced mango or other soft fruits in season like peaches, apricots, nectarines or even bananas would be fantastic, if you don't have berries.