1. Easy Banana Nut Pancakes
If you’re a fan of banana nut bread then this recipe for banana nut pancakes is perfect for you! Combine the delicious flavors of bananas and walnuts into tasty pancakes to start off your morning right. You’ll need all-purpose flour, walnuts, white sugar, baking powder, nutmeg, cinnamon, baking soda, salt, almond milk, overripe bananas, butter, vanilla extract, and an egg. It’s an easy recipe to follow and so delicious that it’s an easy choice for your go-to pancake recipes!
2. Gluten-Free Pancakes
Anyone looking for some tasty gluten-free pancake recipes should make this recipe as soon as possible. You don’t need any particularly difficult-to-find ingredients for the gluten-free aspect you’ll use almond flour and oat flour. In addition to that, you’ll use tapioca starch for helping the flours rise, baking powder, almond milk, maple syrup, eggs, and vanilla extract. One tip for making sure to get fluffy pancakes is to let the batter rest for about five minutes before folding in the egg whites. Inversely, however, you don’t want to let your egg whites sit too long, or else they’ll separate and deflate!
3. Pumpkin Pancakes
Pumpkin fans who miss the delicious smells and tastes of pumpkin pie from the holidays look no further. This recipe for pumpkin pancakes will satisfy that desire for pumpkin no problem! For these pancakes, you’ll use pumpkin puree, egg, vegetable oil, vinegar, all-purpose flour, brown sugar, baking powder, baking soda, ground allspice, cinnamon, ground ginger, and salt.
4. Blueberry Pancakes
This is a delicious choice for your pancake recipes if you’re a fan of blueberry pancakes! This recipe gives you fluffy and melt-in-your-mouth pancakes that are so good the author claims could be eaten without any butter or syrup! You’ll need milk, white vinegar, flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt, egg, melted butter, and fresh blueberries. You’ll start by making buttermilk with your milk and vinegar. Then whisk the rest of the dry ingredients in for your pancake batter. Put on your skillet then once it starts to cook through you can arrange as many blueberries as you want onto the pancakes!
5. Oatmeal Pancakes
I know what you’re thinking… Oatmeal pancakes? But have an open mind because you’ll get some delicious pancakes from this recipe! You’ll need a food processor in order to blend the ingredients down fine enough. You’ll combine your quick-cooking oats, all-purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, buttermilk, vanilla extract, oil, and egg and puree it all until you get a smooth batter. It should take you about 20 minutes total to prepare and cook these tasty pancakes, and once you try them you’ll very likely remember them as a go-to for pancake recipes!
6. Buttermilk Pancakes
If you want a solid example of the more classic pancake recipes then this recipe for buttermilk pancakes is perfect! Easy to make and the ingredients are all very straightforward. You’ll need all-purpose flour, sugar, kosher salt, baking powder, baking soda, buttermilk, two eggs, melted butter, and more butter & syrup for serving! First, you combine the dry ingredients until they’re mixed well then separately whisk the buttermilk, eggs, and melted butter together. Slowly add your buttermilk mixture to the bowl of dry ingredients careful not to overmix so that your pancakes aren’t super dense. Then you’ll heat your pancakes on a medium-low heat, buttered skillet and enjoy some classic and delicious, fluffy pancakes!
7. Cinnamon Roll Pancakes
Pancake recipes shouldn’t be allowed to taste this good because it’s tough to eat healthy with these cinnamon roll pancakes out there! This recipe makes delicious pancakes that are made with an incredible cinnamon-sugar combo with a cream cheese frosting on top! To make these pancakes you’ll need to make three separate components then combine them as you go. For the pancakes, you’ll need the standard all-purpose flour, baking powder, salt, milk, egg, and canola/vegetable oil. The cinnamon filling is made of melted butter, light brown sugar, and cinnamon. Then finally the cream cheese glaze is unsalted butter, cream cheese, powdered sugar, and vanilla extract. The key part of this recipe is letting the batter cook a bit before adding the cinnamon filling swirl. Also, make sure you make the swirl thick but don’t get it too close to the edge of the pancake so that it can be flipped easily!
8. Coconut Banana Pancakes
This recipe gives you a super unique-tasting pancake using coconut and banana! Pancake recipes like these are super good when you have extra time, like on the weekends, for making a great breakfast. You’ll be using all-purpose flour, coconut flour, light brown sugar, baking powder, salt, egg, milk, butter, vanilla extract, shredded coconut, and bananas to make these tasty pancakes. After you finish cooking your pancakes you’ll want to put some extra sliced bananas and shredded coconut on top in addition to your syrup!
9. German Pear Pancakes
Unlike most pancake recipes, you’ll actually be cooking these pancakes in the oven! This recipe makes a delicious German pear pancake that is unlike any other pancake. Essentially you’ll be making one giant, thick pancake as opposed to multiple smaller ones. The ingredients needed are two large firm pears, white sugar, lemon juice, lemon zest, butter, six large eggs, whole milk, vanilla extract, kosher salt, all-purpose flour, and confectioners’ sugar. After making your batter, you’ll place pear slices on your buttered cast-iron skillet. Cover the pears with batter then bake for about 30 minutes! Top your pancake with confectioners’ sugar and enjoy one of the tastiest pancake recipes you’ll ever try!
10. Chocolate Pancakes
Arguably one of the toughest pancake recipes to resist is one for chocolate pancakes. It’s not too different from other the pancake recipes except you’ll be also using unsweetened cocoa powder and chocolate chips. In addition to those, you’ll need the classic all-purpose flour, white sugar, salt, eggs, milk, vanilla extract, and melted butter. It’s an easy recipe to follow just combine your dry ingredients in one bowl and your “wet” ones in another. You’ll slowly add the liquid mixture to your dry ingredients as you mix until you get a smooth batter. Then add your chocolate chips and you’re ready to cook! You probably won’t need syrup with these but hey you won’t get any judgment if you do use it!
What are your favorite pancake recipes? What extra ingredients do you prefer having in them to make them extra good? Share in the comments!
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