All Healthy Pancake Recipes

by Kathy Straw

Pancakes are generally made of ingredients that we couldn't completely consider healthy. Although they supply us an excellent deal of carbohydrates required to start off the day, plus some protein, pancakes stay as a source of detrimental fats. On the other hand, because of their great texture and taste, pancakes' reputation has hit everyone's dining table. Somehow its reputation has brought a lot of chefs and culinary experts to discover healthier pancake recipes.

The basic recipe of pancakes contains the usual ingredients, flour, baking powder, milk and sugar.

Nevertheless, there are plenty of other ingredients that may be integrated in a regular, dull pancake batter. Once you mix and mash additional ingredients, you'll not merely experience mouth watering pancakes but also significantly healthier ones! You could combine your treasured fruits to flavor up your pancakes; veggies are a great addition as well. You can also blend healthier sunstitutes like adding whole wheat flour instead of the common all-purpose.

Now, the following are some of the most worth-trying nutritious recipes for pancakes! These recipes contain unique options to turn the usual pancakes to a nutritious food, from replacing basic ingredients with nutritious ingredients to incorporating many different fruits as well as vegetables.

Whole Wheat Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes

Pancakes flavored with pumpkin and made with whole wheat. Taste all the nutrients in pumpkin as well as whole wheat flour from indulging into these nutritious pancakes!

Yields: 20 servings

Ingredients: two cups whole wheat pastry flour, 4 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp baking soda, 0.5 tsp ground nutmeg, 0.5 tsp ground ginger, 0.25 cup brown sugar, 1 egg yolk, two cups skim milk, 1 cup canned pumpkin, 3 tablespoons apple butter, three egg whites,


In a large mixing bowl, blend flour, baking powder, baking soda, and spices. In another mixing bowl, whip egg yolk along with pumpkin, brown sugar, and apple butter. Stir in milk and stir until well-blended..

Slowly blend in milk mixture in to the bowl filled with dry ingredients and whisk produce a nice batter.

Inside a medium-sized mixing bowl, whip egg whites until light and bubbly using a fork, whisk, and / or electric beater. Fold egg whites into the batter.

Lightly coat a nonstick griddle with cooking spray and then preheat above medium heat. Scoop the mixture by 1/4 cup parts and cook in the preheated griddle.

Cook till equally browned on both sides. Incorporate favorite toppings and serve hot!

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