Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 25 mins

Very filling, stick to your ribs, yet healthy! Tastes great with pure maple syrup! Add frozen fruit or fresh fruit for added flavor.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix dry ingredients.
  2. Mix wet ingredients.
  3. Mix all ingredients together.
  4. Spoon 1/4 cup of mix onto hot greased pan.


Most Helpful

Love this recipe! This is now a staple in our family. I make a double batch and keep in the fridge for quick morning meals. You can even grind steel cut oats and use those in this recipe. I use vanilla flavoring instead of almond. I sometimes add a cup of blended berries to the batter and they taste great!

clementinebarish March 02, 2012

The almond taste is a bit strong - but really nice texture. Added 2T of wheat germ. I will try this again using vanilla extract.

marcoandrita February 18, 2012

NEW FAVORITE PANCAKE RECIPE! These came out amazingly light & fluffy....something I have learned not to expect from whole-grain recipes. I used organic skim milk, subbed applesauce for the oil, and subbed vanilla extract for the almond. I also added 1/3c of mini semi-sweet chocolate chips, 2 mashed bananas, and 1/2t of cinnamon. I usually make a double-batch on the weekend and add various fruits, then freeze them for the kids to have for breakfast during the week. This recipe got RAVE reviews! And little do the kids know it's all healthy!! Bwahahaha!! Thanks for sharing!

LillyZackMom October 03, 2010

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