I have been making these pancakes for quite some time now and I’d say it’s high time they made it to the blog!
I’ve been stacking these beauties as high as I can get them (so far no toppling I might add🤗) but I’m also a fan of fanning them out for a more personal approach haha...
There are SO many ways to top these beauties but my personal favourite is my homemade granola (see recipes), sliced banana, blueberries, maple syrup (preferably from my parents stash) and a healthy drizzle of almond butter..
The “Fan” Approach😉
BUCKWHEAT SORGHUM PANCAKES (serves 2- 1 hungry mister and me)
- 1/2c buckwheat flour
- 1/2c sorghum flour
- 3tsp baking powder
- 1/2tsp fine sea salt
- 1tsp cinnamon
- 2tbsp liquid coconut oil
- 1 flax egg *1tbsp ground flax and 2 1/2tbsp warm water
- 1c nondairy milk (I use homemade cashew)
Prepare flax egg and set aside for 5 minutes until it starts to gel. In the meantime in a separate bowl sift all dry ingredients and set aside. Once flax is gelatinous add milk, liquid coconut oil(*see notes) and whisk. Add wet to dry. There is a very good chance you may need to add more milk. Don't be shy.. Add more until you get your desired consistency. Mix well so there is no dry ingredients hiding in your batter. Heat non-stick pan with coconut oil. Drop into desired sized cakes and wait for some bubbles to appear until flipping. I store in preheated oven until all are done and then go to town with either stacking or fanning. Load em up with whatever toppings you have on hand and scarf them down !!
*If your milk is cold your liquid coconut oil may start to harden making for a fine mess. Warm the milk or leave out at room temp so you avoid this. I learned this the hard way....If you forget this step simply warm the hardened oil and milk concoction in the microwave or stovetop. You can bring it back I promise..
*Also, note that the batter recipe is sugar-free. I don't add any sweetener to my flapjacks but if you like it a bit sweeter feel free to add 1-2tbsp of sweetener of choice . The fruit, granola and maple syrup at the end makes this decadent as it is.
the STACKED approach🙌🏼