How to make pancakes at home with delicious and healthy ingredients.
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How to make pancakes
Indulgent, fluffy, hot flapjacks sound like a solution for a happy tummy, and when you whip up these healthy pancake recipes, you will be treating your whole body well.
Give breakfast a wake-up call with these unique pancake recipes. We show you how to make pancakes at home, recreating basic batter with savory and sweet ingredients to make 22 meals that will motivate you to get out of bed. These pancake recipes work for breakfast and brunch, and some of the savory versions can be eaten all day long. (But really, who would say no to pancakes for dinner?) These recipes are great low-calorie options that give you the heart-healthy fiber you need. Plus, keep an eye out for the protein pancakes in this mix—these will give you the extra energy to fuel your whole day.
Once you have all the ingredients, these pancakes practically make themselves. You’ll be surprised by how easy these mouthwatering pancakes are to make with the right ingredients!
Whether you decide to tuck into your hot stack of pancakes early in the morning, or later in the day, make sure you indulge the healthy way by allotting yourself the right portion size so you can enjoy every last bite. Don’t forget the extras! Top these meals with maple syrup, jam, or honey, and dig in.
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Whole-wheat flour and farina add a hearty texture and 4 grams of heart-healthy fiber. The golden raisins, applesauce, and vanilla soy milk provide plenty of sweet, low-cal flavor.
These pancakes will give you the Girl Scout cookie taste you love without all the unnecessary added sugar. The recipe calls for chocolate chips, adding an extra touch of delish to this healthy morning treat.
Replacing applesauce with some of the oil in traditional pancakes gives you a sweet breakfast for a fraction of the fat. If you have some extra time, bake a few apples in the oven to get a delicious, fiber-rich topping.
These savory pancakes are packed with cheese, pepper, ham, and fresh dill. You'll get just enough of these rich foods to satisfy your cravings without weighing you down.
Try this recipe: Dill Pancakes with Country Ham and Cheese
Ingredients: Pancake mix, smoked ham, cayenne pepper, whole milk, Gruyère, Swiss, or cheddar cheese, an egg, vegetable oil, fresh dill
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Fudgy Chocolate Chip Pancakes
These fudge-topped flapjacks have the rich taste of chocolate cake, but are only 200 calories each. If you're a fan of breakfast pastries, you'll love this sweet alternative that provides 5 grams of protein and nearly 3 grams of fiber.