9 Healthy Pancake Recipes

By , SparkPeople Blogger
Do you love pancakes, but want a healthier pancake recipe? We've rounded up a variety of healthy and delicious pancake recipes for you to try.



Oatmeal Pancakes



Protein Pancakes (non dairy)



100 Calorie Cinnamon Pancakes



Peanut Butter and Banana Pancakes


Whole Wheat Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes


Runner's Oatmeal Blueberry Pancakes


Dukan Diet 3-Ingredient Oat Bran Galette


Cottage Cheese Oatmeal Pancakes


Carrot Cake Pancakes


You can also check out these protein pancake recipes for more healthy pancake recipes.


Which of these recipes will you be trying? What is your favorite pancake recipe?

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Comments

EVILCECIL 6/6/2018
I love pancakes, going to make some this weekend. Report
BABY_GIRL69 4/1/2018
Next to oatmeal with toast, scrambled eggs toast & splash of coffee pancakes my fav go to breakfast yum Report
RYCGIRL 3/23/2018
thanks Report
DJ4HEALTH 3/11/2018
thanks Report
_CYNDY55_ 3/9/2018
Thanks, Report
ROCKS8ROX 9/18/2017
The cinnamon pancakes sound good! Report
LIN1263 8/24/2017
I have not looked at them but I will, I am allergic to many foods but could change the recipes slightly, I like putting natural oats & blueberries in my pancakes. Report
4CONNIESHEALTH 7/24/2017
These sound great! Report
MBPP50 7/24/2017
Great! Report
GETULLY 7/23/2017
Yum!! Report
CECELW 7/23/2017
I would love to try the oatmeal pancakes. I've never heard of them Report
ISYCHIA 7/23/2017
Anf look at them all oooozing syrup. Report
PICKIE98 7/23/2017
Cottage cheese pancakes!! Two great foods! Report
NEPTUNE1939 7/23/2017
great Report
ALILDUCKLING
I love pancakes and appreciate that there are a lot in Spark recipes to choose from. Even so, I found some new ones here to try. The low fat, use of egg sub or egg whites has taught me a lot I needed to know with cholesterol concerns. Report
My kids love pancakes. Making pancakes from scratch is super easy and much healthier. I make ours with a mix of whole grain flours and flaxseed. Mine are high protein because I use eggs, greek yogurt & protein powder. Since I use yogurt, I don't have to add butter or oil or any sugar. I also always add fruit and a lot of times even veggies like carrots or spinach. There are so many different varieties that you can make. My kids also never add syrup or butter. I choose not to raise them with that unnecessary bad habit. When their friends spend the night they all say that my pancakes are the best and I just smile knowing that they are eating something super healthy. Report
love pancakes--some good ideas here! Report
Cottage Cheese Oatmeal Pancakes and the Peanut Butter And Banana Pancakes, and Carrot Cake Pancakes all sound really good, although the sodium is more than I wanted for the carrot cake ones and the peanut butter ones. I will be trying the cottage cheese ones though. Report
PB/banana and carrot I will be making Report
WOOOO HOOOO! My Non dairy recipe is referenced here!!! SWEET!

Thanks Spark People, for the recognition!!!! I LOVE pancakes!!!! Report
Some good ways to serve my vegan son while still enjoying our favorites. I like them all! Report
GYPSYROVER
I love the sound of the Banana Applesauce pancakes! I rarely make pancakes, but a change would be nice. I am also intrigued by the oatmeal varieties. Report
gonna try oatmeal pancakes for breakfast and putting cranberries I cooked up and thickened with a sauce on top of them Report
BETTYFAYE3
I love your receipts but they print out two small to read I am going to try the oatmeal ones first and also it print4 sheets of paper for one item. Report
A reposted article from 5/11/2011 Report
The oatmeal ones! Report
buckwheat or bluecorn are my two faves. The former with berries; the latter with honey Report
Thank you! I love pancakes Yumm! Report
JMB369
I might try the oatmeal ones, but ever since I discovered the low-carb almond meal pancakes (SP Recipe), we don't make anything else. No flour and gluten-free, BTW. I have tweaked the recipe a little bit. I use 1/2 almond meal flour, (Bob's Red Mill or homemade) and 1/2 cup oat or barley flour, instead of 1/2 almond meal and 1/2 rice flour. I use a TBL of coconut oil mixed with the egg and milk, and I usually add blueberries. DH uses maple syrup, but I often eat them as is. These are so satisfying, I don't get hungry for hours.

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LOL - not the pancake that's the problem - it's the syrup substitute.

I microwave 2 cut up apples with a tsp. of sugar (or splenda) till they're soft, then stir in a little milk. On waffles or pancakes it makes everything taste like apple cake. Report
Sounds good. I can't eat bread or anything that is like bread because of swallowing issues....but pancakes sound delicious. Report
Does anyone have another recipe for healthy flourless pancakes? Thanks. :) Report
CHICA_BORICUA
what about flourless pancakes???
1 egg and 1 ripe banana (it must be very ripe) Report
I have a recipe for a pancake mix that you can use like Bisquick, but whole wheat pancakes.

This recipe is from Allrecipes.com. The calories count is just for the dry ingredients.


Ingredients

3 cups all-purpose flour
3 cups whole wheat flour
2/3 cup sugar
2 tablespoons baking powder
1 tablespoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
ADDITIONAL INGREDIENTS FOR PANCAKES:
2 large egg whites
3/4 cup nonfat milk
ADDITIONAL INGREDIENTS FOR BLUEBERRY BANANA PANCAKES:
2 large egg whites
3/4 cup nonfat milk
1 medium ripe banana, mashed
3/4 cup blueberries





Directions

In a bowl, combine the first five ingredients. Store in an airtight container in a cool dry place for up to 6 months.
2. To prepare pancakes: In a bowl, combine egg and milk. Whisk in 1 cup pancake mix. Pour batter by 1/4 cupfuls onto a lightly greased hot griddle; turn when bubbles form on top of pancakes. Cook until second side is golden brown
3. To prepare blueberry banana pancakes: In a bowl, combine egg, milk and banana. Whisk in 1 cup pancake mix. Fold in blueberries. Cook as directed above.


Serving Size:24 servings Report
I will probably try the cinnamon, banana, and pumpkin pancakes. They all sound good to me. Report
I'll be trying the peanut butter and banana pancakes. I love peanut butter and bananas. I used to eat high calorie peanut butte pancakes at I Hop. Looking forward to eating healthier version. Report
How I love pancakes! This is something I will definately try! Report
I love anything with cinnamon in it! Several of your recipes appeal to me. Report
I don't make pancakes. Report
We love pancakes. My husband makes crepes sometimes on the weekend. I'd love to try the blueberry oatmeal. I should be trying the 100 calorie pancakes. Report
Banana Applesauce and Cinnamon are my first choices. Report
I think the whole wheat spiced pumpkin pancakes sound amazing! Can't wait to try them!! Report
Gotta try the cinnamon ones ... I love cinnamon! Report
I usually use the boxed whole wheat pancake mix, with egg substitute - fabulous with unsweetened applesauce! Report
2DIETORNOT2DIET
do not like pancakes never have. have not made any since the kids grew up and left home (20 years) Report
After reviewing some of these, I am shocked they made it to the HEALTHY list. The carrot ones have over 400 mg of sodium per serving. That is a bit crazy for pancakes. Some are made from boxed, processed refined ingredients and it just solidifies my resolve to stay away from pancakes...period. Report
LIZABAKER - I agree with you! Report
ah. upon rereading the recipes, i find they're full of processed ingredients.... how about just making them with real sugar, real milk, real eggs...and just eating fewer of them? Report
These all sound great, but I'm confused: what's unhealthy about pancakes to begin with?!? Made with whole wheat flour, milk, egg, a tiny bit of sugar.... What's to dislike? Report
Yum! I gotta try me some of them cinnamon pancakes! The pumpkin panacakes also sound yummy! Report
 
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