3-Ingredient Almond Pancakes

This year I’ve started changing my eating lifestyle. I’m opting for healthier choices, local picks, and using recipes, like these almond pancakes, as a resource. If you check out my guide and ASSET to eating healthy, you’ll see what it’s all about and find a great graphic to keep handy for healthy food choices!

Often people–including myself–like the idea of becoming healthier but sometimes the effort it takes to do so derails the goal and motivation. As I’m determined to change the way I eat and use food as an asset, I’m also on a mission to find recipes and tricks that make being healthy just as simple as the standard American diet (which is so appropriately abbreviated as S.A.D.).

almond pancakes, sugar-free pancakes, gluten-free pancakes

Recipe Tips

Below is just one of hopefully many recipes to come that take the place of food myself and my family enjoy and have grown used to but need modification to become healthier. These almond pancakes don’t compromise much on taste, especially with some local farmers’ market fruit and honey, and are quicker and simpler to make than regular pancake batter. Although not necessary, I do often add a couple teaspoons of baking powder to add some fluff, and my entire family (including two toddlers) eat and enjoy these pancakes.

By themselves, they can have a very almond-heavy taste, which I suggest cutting with some fruit on top and honey or agave to take the place of syrup. Make sure the bottom side has completely cooked before flipping; otherwise, flipping will get a little tricky and messy!

These pancakes are a new favorite for us, super simple and hopefully you can incorporate them as well.


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10 thoughts on “3-Ingredient Almond Pancakes

  1. Ooooh! I have a super sensitive stomach, these sound and look delicious and easy! Totally pinning for later and I’m headed to the store in a bit so I’m going to get some almond flour!

    1. Pro tip, Sue: you can easily (and I mean SO easily) make your own almond flour for a fraction of the cost. Buy almonds instead of almond flour, put them in a food processor (not a bullet–didn’t work well for me, takes more effort) and just let it go until they have a flour-like consistency.

    1. Agreed. I originally replaced sugar with a travel-size cup of applesauce which helped, but now I’m trying to get rid of flour, so this was a great solution for me. Let me know how it works for you!

  2. These sound delish! I have a sensitive stomach and SUPER sensitive skin that seems to be effected by certain foods. The lack of gluten and dairy in these means I’m totally going to try them!

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