Almond Pancakes with hot raspberries and almond cream

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Hi my dears! ?

Do you know what is the biggest motivation for me to get out of bed this time of the year? A delicious breakfast! And the thought of fragrant pancakes make getting up a lot easier on some mornings. ?


Anyways, I would like to share with you today a delicious, wintry pancake recipe! Namely the recipe of these almond pancakes. They are really divine, I tell you! ?

I layered them with the almond cream, which suits perfectly to the pancakes! ? Anyway, I’m a big chocolate and nut butter fan and a sweet spread which combined both, really makes my palate happy! Especially when the ingredients of that product has a good quality and also a great taste, they make for me a great spread or to refine some breakfast such these pancakes. But you can of course make a spread easily by yourself by just combining nut butter with melted chocolate, a bit of cocoa and coconut oil or other oil of choice. I think the best way is to experiment, because everybody has another taste and moreover so it never gets boring ? So just be creative in the kitchen! ??

And now let’s get to the recipe …

Almond Pancakes with hot raspberries and almond cream

Simple recipe for almond pancakes without eggs, served with hot raspberries and almond cream - quick and easy to prepare and very delicious ! 😉
5 from 3 votes
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Course: Basics, Breakfast, Dessert, Snacks

Ingredients

  • 1 ripe banana
  • 125 ml plantbased milk
  • 40 g almond flour
  • 60 g spelled flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • a pinch of vanilla and cinnamon
  • Oil for frying

toppings:

  • raspberries
  • almond cream or another spread of choice
  • pomegranate
  • blackberries
  • granola

Instructions

  • Mash the banana with a fork and blend with the plant milk.
  • Mix spelled flour, almond flour, baking powder, vanilla and cinnamon separately first and then add to the milk mixture.
  • Stir everything until the dough is creamy and smooth.
  • Heat up oil in a large pan on a medium heat.
  • Now add about 1-2 tbsp of dough per pancake to the pan and bake for about 2-3 minutes.
  • As soon as bubbles come to the surface, flip the pancakes and bake for about more 2-3 minutes.
  • Then spread the pancakes with almond cream and hot pureed raspberries and make a stack.
  • Serve the "pancake tower" with fresh raspberries, pomegranate, blackberries and granola or other toppings of your choice and enjoy! 🙂

8 Comments

  1. Avatar 20. December 2017 / 17:49

    These pancakes look amazing my love! Andrew loves pancakes so we will try them this weekend for Christmas!

    • fitness_bianca 21. December 2017 / 11:43

      Thank you so much Maria ?
      I‘m happy that you‘d like to try the recipe.
      I hope you‘ll enjoy them.
      Wishing you lovely christmas days ?

  2. Avatar
    Emmi
    22. December 2017 / 15:22

    They just look amazing!? I want to try them tomorrow for breakfast but I haven‘t got almond flour. Is it also okay if I replace it with spelled flour? So that there is only spelled flour in those pancakes??

    • fitness_bianca 23. December 2017 / 11:05

      Hey Emmi 🙂
      Sure you can use spelled flour instead of almond flour.
      Have fun trying and thank you ?
      Much love,
      Bianca

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        Saskia
        7. January 2018 / 21:10

        What is this spelled flour? Do you mean spelt flour? Its driving me crazy. Anyway amazing recipes, I am so glad I found this site. The pictures definitely have the wow effect. Beautiful ?

        • fitness_bianca 8. January 2018 / 17:16

          Hi Saskia,
          Yes I mean spelt flour ?
          I‘ll correct this asap ?
          Thank you so much ?
          xoxo,
          Bianca ❤️

  3. Avatar
    Lynn
    28. February 2018 / 12:19

    Hi Bianca,
    I love your account and your recipes they’re amazing! I wanted to try your pancakes but although i followed the exact measures and directions, i can’t seem to get fluffy pancakes and they tend to stick on the pan. Is there a specific kind of pancake pan i should get? I use coconut oil for frying..
    I’d love to hear your views,
    Many thx,
    Lynn

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