Almond Milk Wheat Pancakes

No big surprise here, I’m sure. I’m starting this week out with a recap of my weekend breakfast. Next to sleeping in, breakfast is the best thing about my weekends. I love slowly getting out of bed with no where to be and nothing but thoughts of good coffee, pancakes, and catching up on all of my favorite blogs.
Speaking of blogs, I REALLY wanted to have my new blog fully up and running today, but that simply won’t happen. Who knew migrating to WordPress was SO. MUCH. WORK. Luckily, Stephen is pretty good with computery stuff and has saved me a few times from pulling my hair out. Sigh. It’ll be done soon, I hope. Maybe when you’re reading this it will be up??
So, anyways, back to breakfast. I think I mentioned last week that I’m trying really hard to eat a little…lighter. On a side note: I generally eat really well, I just have an issue with portion control. My eyes get really big and I want to eat ALL of the pancakes. I digress.

I’ve been experimenting with a lighter pancakes that is 1) still really yummy and 2) a bit more substantial and pancake-y than Banana Protein Pancakes. For this one I used all whole wheat flour, added honey instead of sugar, and replaced the milk with almond milk. The result: super yummy, fluffy, carefree weekend pancakes (or Monday pancakes).
These pancakes come together fast and if you’re not me and are capable of properly flipping pancakes and eggs, breakfast will be ready with little hassle!

Even though it’s the tail end of blueberry season, I’m using frozen blueberries. Turns out fresh blueberries were so cheap at the store that everyone bought all of them and left me with none. How terribly rude of them. But I couldn’t go without blueberries in my pancakes so frozen it is.

Start by tossing all of your dry ingredient in a big bowl and giving it a quick stir. Don’t worry, I’ll add more cinnamon to this later.

Add in the wet ingredients and stir until thoroughly combined.

I kept throwing more things in to the mix. A bit more honey, naturally.

Plus the blueberries, duh.

And as promised, a good bit more cinnamon because I’m obsessed.

While those are cookin’ on the griddle, enjoy your coffee. Is it just me or is coffee so much more enjoyable on the weekends?

Flip carefully! Or you’ll end up like me with a half cooked pancake hanging off the side of the griddle. And that’s why Stephen usually does the pancake cooking in our house.

Mmmm. Pancakey goodness! I was honestly surprised how good these tasted with whole wheat flour but I actually loved them and I didn’t hear any complaints from Stephen so that’s a win.

Almond Milk Wheat Pancakes (makes 7 medium pancakes)
1 cup whole wheat flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon cinnamon (or more if you love it, go crazy)
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 large egg
1 cup of almond milk (any flavor is fine except chocolate maybe?, mine was honey flavored)
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 tablespoon honey (optional)
1/2- 1 cup blueberries depending on your preference (chocolate chips would also be great!!)

1) Combine flour, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt in a large bowl. Stir.
2) Add wet ingredients (eggs, vanilla, milk) to same bowl. Stir.
3) Toss in berries and honey and stir until well combined.
4) Using 1/4 cup measuring cup, spoon pancake batter into a heated a greased skillet (or griddle).
5) You’ll know the pancake is ready to flip once the edges start to set. Once ready, flip and cook for an additional 4-5 minutes.
ENJOY!! I served mine with blue agave. Stephen likes his wife blueberry syrup (yes, even though there are blueberries in the pancakes).

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73 comments on “Almond Milk Wheat Pancakes”

  1. I hear you about portion control. I always think I have room for desert, regardless of how much I ate, and most often regret it later (you know, when the button on your jeans pops open mid car drive home). Can’t wait to see the new blog layout!


  2. Ahhhhhh We are on WORDPRESS!! It’s just stunning Brita!! I love all of the bright colors and your intro picture is just adorable.

    Also, that’s my blog on your sidebar #LOVEIT thanks girl!!

  3. Your new site looks beyond amazing!!! I wish I had the skills to do this :) And I am totally making these pancakes this weekend!


  4. that pancake stack looks amazing! and your site looks good, too :)

  5. Mmmm. These sound much better than the pancakes we had this past weekend. I am going to have to try these!

  6. Oh man, do those sound yummy. And you pics are awesome!

  7. This looks too delicious for words. I love the photo with the fork (where do you get your cutlery? the fork is gorgeous!) because the blueberries look so vibrant.

  8. Mmmm, these sound sooo good. I’ve been craving pancakes. Your pictures are so bright and beautiful!

  9. Those looks so amazing and your pictures look phenomenal. I am literally starving now. Great post and I am so trying this recipe.

  10. Looks so yummy! We are having pancakes for dinner sometime this week (it’s my go-to lazy dinner) we might have to try these!

  11. These look delicious! I’m pretty sure I could eat pancakes every day! I also love your pictures! What photo editor do you use?!

  12. Blueberry pancakes are HANDS DOWN my favorite breakfast food. We used to live near this restaurant that had the best pancakes with homemade caramel-vanilla syrup…oh goodness, I miss it. thanks for posting this recipe, maybe it’ll come close ;) xoxo

  13. I love pancakes! Great pictures too, they look delicious!

  14. Those pancakes looks divine! I love almond milk. I have the same issue – portion control. I could eat a whole batch of these pancakes and defeat the purpose of them being healthy. Pinning this so I can try them this week!

  15. I love the blog’s new makeover. It looks fantastic!!

    –Me And My Mini Me

  16. Ok, so here I am in bed about to go to sleep, and I now have cravings for pancakes. Great. No, but seriously they look so tasty!

    Your blog is beautiful. Not sure if the change has been implemented as I’m new around here but it’s gorgeous regardless!

    Katie <3

  17. Okay so if I substitute the blueberries for chocolate chips does that make them not as healthy? LOL. They look so good, but I love my chocolate chips!

  18. Oh my goodness gracious! Those look amazing! Absolutely love!

  19. Yummy! I just made some lemon blueberry pancakes last weekend. I’ll have to try this recipe next!

  20. We love our weekend pancakes!! My husband (he is the dedicated Saturday morning pancake maker) uses coconut milk in ours and they come out delicious.

  21. There is a store close to my house that caters to Amish and they sell bulk groceries so cheap. I get all my flour there because it is half the price. I usually mix half wheat flour and half bleached, but these look amazing as is! Thanks for the recipe :)

  22. Story of my life… portion control. It’s so hard when the food is so good right? These pancakes look absolutely delicious.

  23. Those look delicious! We love pancakes and it’s nice when they can be healthy!

  24. I love using almond milk in baking. I feel that the flavor is just richer!

  25. They look really good, love pancakes! I don’t know why but I am so bad at making them. I’ll give this a go :)

  26. These look so yummy! I seriously haven’t had pancakes in such a long time. We rarely wake up for breakfast. Maybe I need to have breakfast for dinner soon. :)

  27. I hope that your new blog is up soon! Those pancakes look scrumptious!

  28. These look so delicious! Totally going to pin for later. And your photos/styling are gorgeous.

  29. SUPER yum! I love anything with cooked blueberries! I’ll have to make it gluten free, but I can’t wait to try!

  30. Yum! I love pancakes! I am so going to try these minus the blueberries (Allergy alert)

  31. These look absolutely amazing!! I need to make these but veganism them :)

  32. These look delicious. Unfortunately my diet doesn’t allow for pancakes of any kinds :(

  33. Yum, these pancakes look delicious! I’ll have to make them for breakfast this week!

  34. Yum! This is perfect, your blog is beautiful by the way!

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  71. Commenting here with a belly full of pancakes, just to say YUM! I’ve always made buttermilk pancakes but one household member is dairy-free now. I admit I was a sceptic about the almond milk, but they turned out so delicious!