Whole Wheat Flax Pancakes No Egg

The whole wheat flax pancakes no egg recipe is to die for. The taste is amazing and it is healthy. Flax seed replaces the eggs in this recipe. We make this recipe for our family quite often at our house.

whole wheat flaxseed pancakes no egg

Are pancakes healthy for you?

We’ve included flax seed and whole wheat as staple ingredients in this recipe.


These pancakes are full of omega 3’s and whole grains, two essential ingredients for healthy bodies.

Read all about the health benefits of flaxseed.

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Which pancake mix is the best?

I’ll be honest,  for a time, I used to make pancakes using pancake mix.

I realized you don’t know exactly what goes into those pancake mixes and you don’t really know what you are consuming.

A lot of pancake mixes use white flour and they are not very healthy.

So, to be honest, it only takes a little extra effort to make homemade pancakes- you’ll know exactly what you are consuming and you can make sure the recipe is healthy.

Make the whole wheat pancakes no egg homemade recipe- it’s the best!

Let’s look at how to make the recipe.

Ingredients

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Step by step how to make the whole wheat flax pancakes no egg recipe?

Step 1

Add all ingredients into a large bowl-the order does not matter.

whole wheat flax seed pancakes no egg

Step 2

Mix all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl until fully mixed well.

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Step 3

Use a ladle or other scoop to scoop the batter out and place the scooped batter onto a griddle or pan. 

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Step 3

Cook one side of the pancake and wait until the side facing up begins to bubble.

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Step 4

Flip the pancakes with a spatula.

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Flip over and cook the other side of pancake on the griddle, until browned on both sides. Serve warm with organic maple syrup, or raw honey and applesauce.

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whole wheat flax pancakes no eggwhole wheat flaxseed pancakes no eggTips for making the whole wheat pancakes no egg recipe

  • Pour the pancake batter onto the griddle or pan AFTER the griddle or pan is completely heated through. This will cook the pancakes properly and prevent sticking. If your pan is not nonstick, use cooking spray or oil to prevent sticking as well.
  • Serve pancakes with both applesauce and organic maple syrup for the best combination of flavor!

Cooking tools we recommend for this recipe

  • Spatula(turner): for flipping the pancakes
  • Griddle: for cooking the pancakes perfectly. I can’t say enough good things about a GRIDDLE. We have one and it is amazing. Nonstick, easy to flip whatever I put onto it, easy to clean, large in size so you can fit multiple things on there, great for making things other than just pancakes or crepes, such as eggs, sausage… etc etc etc. I LOVE our griddle. It is an amazing investment. I can fit around 6 pancakes and 2 crepes on our griddle. I don’t need to sprinkle olive oil on it because nothing normally sticks. It’s electric and simple to use. Highly recommend looking at a griddle for this recipe!!
  • Ladle: to pour the batter onto the griddle or pan
  • Large bowl: for adding the ingredients
  • Whisk: for mixing the ingredients
  • Measuring cups and measuring spoons: for measuring all of the smaller and solid ingredients(non-liquids)
  • Liquid measuring cup:for measuring the liquid ingredients only

whole wheat flax pancakes no egg

whole wheat flax pancakes no egg

Whole Wheat Flax Pancakes No Egg

The whole wheat flax pancakes no egg recipe is to die for. The taste is amazing and it is healthy. Flax seed replaces the eggs in this recipe. We make this recipe for our family quite often at our house.

Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Keyword flaxseed, no egg, pancakes, whole wheat
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Author www.mommylair.com

Ingredients

  • 2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 tsp imitation vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 2 1/2 cup vanilla soymilk (cow milk works too)
  • 1/3 cup flaxseed

(optional) all-natural maple syrup or raw honey to top

    Instructions

    1. Add all ingredients into a large bowl-the order does not matter.

    2. Mix all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl until fully mixed well.

    3. Use a ladle or other scoop to scoop the batter out and place the scooped batter onto a griddle or pan. 

    4. Flip the pancakes with a spatula.

    5. Cook one side of the pancake and wait until the side facing up begins to bubble.

    6. Flip over and cook the other side of pancake on the griddle, until browned on both sides. Serve warm with organic maple syrup, or raw honey and applesauce.

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