Everyone has their own idea of what breakfast is. Some people consider it the first meal of the day. Others might define it as specific foods. Whichever way you style it…these pancakes fit it.
This might be one of the easiest recipes I’ve posted on here. Pancakes aren’t made up of a lot of ingredients and the cook time is relatively quick.
But let’s back up and talk about why even make your own pancakes.
To be honest, a pancake mix is literally just all the dry ingredients thrown in a box and sold to you. Which is the same shxt you can buy at the store individually and make more. On top of that you still have to provide the wet ingredients and mix everything together before you cook them.
The ingredients you do buy can be used to make other recipes so you’re also gaining more value from them. So in reality, you’re not really saving that much time or money (cuz you kno we always lookin to save some cash) by buying a mix.
Now if this was waffles, then I could understand the reasoning and preference of buying something already made. But you should already know pancakes are better than waffles.
But here’s a strategy so you can get that same feeling of convenience and efficiency:
- Measure out the dry ingredients you need and combine them in a mixing bowl
- Mix dem (obviously)
- Take a food storage container or bag and take the dry ingredients and put them in your choice of storage
- Repeat as many times as you like
This is an easy way to cut down on some prep time for when you want to make pancakes as well as allows you to define how many servings you want to have ready to make ahead of time.
Maybe you hosting a breakfast or bringing some food to a gathering. This will make it easier, especially because you’ll have a better estimate of how many pancakes you can make based on each prepped bag/container you have ready.
Now I’m finna drop this last pic to inspire you to wanna make this at home.
- 1 1/2 cups spelt flour
- 1 1/2 tablespoons baking powder
- 1 1/2 cups almond milk (or whatever non-dairy milk you like)
- 3 tablespoons organic sugar
- 3 tablespoons organic coconut oil
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- Avocado oil (for greasing the pan/griddle)
- Chocolate chips (can find soy-free, dairy-free at the store)
- Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl.
- Add wet ingredients and chocolate chips. Mix, and let sit for about five minutes.
- Grease the pan/griddle with avocado oil (it’s tasteless so don’t trip)
- Use a 1/4 or 1/2 measuring cup and pour the batter into the pan.
- Cook until edges turn brown or until you see tiny holes.
- Flip pancakes and cook until brown on both sides.
- Serve them joints.
- Eat that shxt!
This recipe was adapted from here.