Easy Buckwheat Pancakes

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So pancakes, made with, BUCKWHEAT ! 

Like everyone and their mother this basic woman has fine tuned her own basic buckwheat pancake recipe. But hey, I think its pretty good (decent at best?) so I thought I’d share.

Do not get the wrong impression here, this is a weekend breakfast for days when I don’t get out of bed until my hunger consumes me and I feel as though I could eat a village (or a large stack of vegan pancakes). But in all honesty, these are super easy & quick so if you want pancakes before work, MAKE SOME PANCAKES BEFORE WORK YOU STELLAR MOTIVATED HUMAN. and leave a comment and teach me your ways.

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Recipe;

*makes about 6 medium sized pancakes

  • 1 cup buckwheat flower ( I use Bob’s Red Mill)
  • 1 cup plant based milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 banana, mashed
  • optional- more nanners, some cashew butter or other nut butter, cinnamon, choco chips, coconut flakes, you get the gist

Instructions;

  • Dump everything in a blender (Peak laziness) and blend till smooth
  • pour into oiled pan
  • cook until bubbles form then flip
  • DEVOUR

I am not too into sweets so when it comes to pancakes I’ll always opt to throw in some fruit rather than syrup. For my pancakes I usually top them with a super easy fruit compote (sounds bougie, spoiler: its cooked berries) and they are to die for.

Compote Instructions;

  • grab a handful of fresh or frozen fruit (I find berries work best)
  • cook on medium-low heat and use your spatula to break up the fruit as it softens
  • cook until your desired consistency is achieved (longer= more liquidy)
  • Dump it on your pancakes and add any other desired toppings !

 

 

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