We always have a hot breakfast in the morning since giving up cold cereal among others things when er transitioned to an alkaline vegan diet. Out of all the meals I serve for breakfast, my alkaline electric vegan pancakes are a favorite among the kiddos! Especially Sonata, who is always asking for pancakes in the morning. She doesn’t get her way all the time, but today I decided to make them for her. I normally make them with blueberries, but she asked for bananas on them today. These pancakes are the bomb! Topped with some vegan alkaline electric butter and date syrup and you’ll have a perfect harmony of flavor dancing on your taste buds.
You can also change up this recipe to your liking depending on your taste buds. Serve them with strawberries one day and blueberries the next. You can also double this recipe if you need to make a larger quantity.
Makes about 8-9 alkaline electric vegan pancakes
- 1 cup of spelt flour
- 1 cup of walnut milk
- 4 baby bananas or 2 burro bananas
- 1/4 c agave nectar
- 1 tbsp of grapeseed oil
- 1 tbsp hemp seeds (optional) – Adds more nutrition to the recipe
- 1 tsp of Irish sea moss powder (optional) Irish moss is packed with tons of vitamins and minerals the body needs.
Step 1: Mix spelt flour, hemp seeds, and Irish moss powder in a bowl if using.
Step 2: Add walnut milk*, agave nectar, and grapeseed oil to flour and mix well.
Step 3: Slice bananas and set aside.
Step 4: Heat about 1 tbsp of grapeseed oil in a skillet over medium heat. Once the oil is hot add your pancake mixture to make pancakes that are about 4 inches in diameter or however big or small you want them to be!
Step 5: While pancakes are still wet and cooking place slices of bananas on top of each pancake. Cook for about 4 minutes and flip and cook for another 2-4 minutes. I topped mine with some homemade alkaline vegan butter during the last 30 seconds of cooking!
Final Step: Remove from skillet and top with a few more bananas and some chopped walnuts. Taste great drizzled with date syrup or agave nectar!
* To make your own walnut milk blend 1 cup of spring water with 1/3 cup of walnuts for 2 minutes in a blender. Strain the milk through a mesh strainer.