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Organic Whole Wheat Vegan Pancakes
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Organic Whole Wheat Vegan Pancakes

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 5-10 minutes

This is a delicious and healthy recipe for vegan pancakes. Start you day off right. For this, you will need:

   • 1 ¼ cups of organic whole wheat flour

   • 2 tablespoons of organic cane or turbinado sugar

   • 2 teaspoons of organic baking powder

   • ½ a teaspoon of salt • 1 ¼ cups of water

   • 1 tablespoon of olive oil

Directions:

   1. Sift the flour, baking powder, sugar and salt into a large bowl. Wisk the water and          oil together in a small bowl. Make a whole in the center of the dry ingredients and          pour in the wet. Then stir until blended. The mixture will be lumpy.

   2. Heat a lightly oiled griddle over medium high heat. Drop the batter by large                  spoonfuls onto the griddle. Cook until bubbles form and the edges are dry. Flip              and cook until it is brown on the other side. This recipe yields 9 pancakes.

Add two tablespoons of organic Maple Syrup for flavor. With all this said, eating three of these pancakes is very filling. They could make your bigger portion of the meal for those of you watching your calorie count for weight loss. This is a plus for your carbohydrate and fiber intake for the day.

The organic Whole Wheat has a natural source of B Vitamins that you will get from eating these pancakes. They will give you energy for your aerobic activities for the day which is going to allow you to burn off even more calories and some subcutaneous body fat. It also produces vitamin E, which is an antioxidant protecting the blood cells from free radicals. Then you get more of vitamin K, from the whole wheat, more so than you do in your other foods. This is a fat soluble vitamin that promotes blood clotting and good bone health.

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  1. Julie Davis
    Yummy voted
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    1. pftsusan
      pftsusan
      Thank you.
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  2. Rebecca Lopez
    Looks like a great way to start a day. voted
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    1. pftsusan
      pftsusan
      Thank you Rebecca.
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  3. dianabart
    dianabart
    Excellent- I have all this!! BREAKFAST!!! Thanks for posting!! :) voted & shared on my Facebook "BalanceByVegan" wall & my "Faith- Food & Fitness" walls.
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    1. pftsusan
      pftsusan
      Thank you very much, Diana.
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  4. Julie Sinclair
    Julie Sinclair
    I am so delighted to finally find this recipe. I almost thought I was a complete idiot on the Internet and missed something I wanted to read. Now I see that I am not that much of an idiot and have found it. This looks great and have noted this recipe down to try with the grand kids. Thank you for visiting my blog and I do hope you will come back again soon. I have voted for you and once again thank you for your lovely comments on my blog
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  5. Jose Rodriguez
    The only problem I have no idea when to stop eating and then my stomach hurts all day from stuffing my face.
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  6. Arvi Kuld
    Pancakes with maple syrup this sounds excellent I am hungry now
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  7. Veganara
    Veganara
    Voted. They look and sound really yummy! I love pancakes (too much!)
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  8. pftsusan
    pftsusan
    Thank you everyone for voting and commenting. Laurence don't forget breakfast. Your body needs that for fuel after fasting several hours before. We all need to hurry for breakfast. I do sometimes too. Truthfully the only time I put breakfast behind is when abstaining is needed for a blood test. I actually enjoy it even when I got to rush it to fly out the door or online to write sometimes. All except for the coffee, I get frustrated when breakfast is drawn out taking too long to prepare. maybe we all should all make a goal, one day a week, allow two hours for breakfast.
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    1. Veganara
      Veganara
      That's the only reason I don't eat pancakes more often Susan, that they take too long to prepare, and I often need something quicker! These definitely sound worth the time and effort though.
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  9. Doctor Mom
    I was looking for a vegan pancakes recipe. Thanks.
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