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Lemon & Poppy Seed Pancakes

I haven’t posted pancakes in ages, even though we have them quite often. But here’s a stack for #pancakesunday! Lemon & poppy seed is often used in cakes and muffins, but works just as well in pancakes. Here’s my go to recipe:

2 ripe bananas
2 dl oat milk
1 dl rolled oats
0,5 dl aquafaba
2 dl plain flour
3 tsp baking powder
0,5 dl canola oil (other other neutral oil)
2-3 tbsp lemon juice + zest
3 tbsp poppy seeds
a pinch of salt

Soak the oats in oat milk for 5-10 minutes. Mix everything in a food processor until the batter is very smooth. Fry on medium heat until golden on both sides. Enjoy your Sunday!

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Breakfast Fruit & Berries Lunch Pancakes Platter

Lemon & Cardamom Pancakes

I love taking my heavy mortar and pestle out and grind cardamom. The scent in the kitchen is just the best. Cardamom is really lovely in combination with lemon, so made pancakes with these flavours and served them with persimmon and golden kiwi. Wish you could smell it through your screens!

2 ripe bananas
2 dl oat milk
1 dl rolled oats
0,5 dl aquafaba
2 dl plain flour
3 tsp baking powder
a pinch of salt
0,5 dl oil
2 tbsp lemon juice
lemon zest
2 tsp ground cardamom

Soak the oats in oat milk for 5-10 minutes. Mix everything in a food processor. Fry on medium heat on both sides until golden.

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Breakfast Dessert Fruit & Berries Lunch Pancakes

Red Pancakes

Trying hard to get in the mood for Christmas here. Colour does the trick for me, so here is a stack of red banana pancakes, nearly high enough to match the Christmas tree. I’ve used a powder for colouring for the first time, a beetroot powder from @reneevoltaire. I simply added 2 tsp of powder to my usual banana pancake batter.
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2 ripe bananas
2 dl oat milk
1 dl rolled oats
0,5 dl aquafaba
2 dl plain flour
3 tsp baking powder
2 tsp beetroot powder
1 tsp white vinegar
a pinch of salt
0,5 dl oil
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Soak the oats in oat milk for 5-10 minutes. Mix everything in a food processor. Fry on medium heat on both sides in a little bit of neutral oil.

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Breakfast Fruit & Berries Lunch Pancakes Snack

Tri-Coloured Pancakes

I need more colour in my life! Enter – the tri-coloured banana pancakes. I don’t have any fancy food colourers like pitaya or blue spirulina (yet, that is) so I worked with blueberries and raspberries. And in the ones without added colour, I put chocolate chips. Just because I can, you know?
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2 ripe bananas
2 dl oat milk
1 dl rolled oats
0,5 dl aquafaba
2 dl plain flour
3 tsp baking powder
1 tsp white vinegar
a pinch of salt
0,5 dl oil
1,5 dl blueberries
1,5 dl raspberries
0,5 dl chopped dark chocolate
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Soak the oats in oat milk for 5-10 minutes. Mix everything but the berries and chocolate in a food processor. Divide the batter in three. Blend in blueberries and raspberries respectively, and fold in the chocolate to the last one. Fry on low heat on both sides (to make the colour last better).

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Dessert Fruit & Berries Lunch Pancakes Platter Sweets & Baking

Waffle Platter

When the kids want waffles, I oblige. And I take the opportunity to make yet another platter. Sweet little waffle hearts topped with satsumas, redcurrant and blackberries. A lovely lunch, much appreciated by the young ones!
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Waffle recipe from @vegomagasinet, makes 8 waffles.
150 g melted vegan butter
4 dl plain flour
1 tsp baking powder
a pinch of salt
2,5 dl oat milk
2 dl cold water
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Melt the butter and let it cool. Combine the dry ingredients. Whisk together with milk, water and melted butter to a smooth batter.
Cook the waffles in a waffle iron until crisp and golden. Let cool on a rack – don’t pile them up or they will go soft and soggy!

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Breakfast Dessert Fruit & Berries Lunch Pancakes Snack

Pancake Platter

Once you pop, you can’t stop. Remember that slogan? Yep, that’s me in a nutshell. Now it’s platters this and platters that. I’m testing both my own and my children’s patience with these elaborate presentations. But I love doing it! I always need a creative outlet, and right now this is my favourite.

Here are easy banana pancakes served with red grapes, pineapple, satsumas, green and red apple, goldenberries and last but not least nergi – kiwi berries. I’ve seen them everywhere on IG, and finally found them in the supermarket. Sweet and tasty, but most of all a pretty decoration to be honest.

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Pear & Tahini Pancakes

The weather is not very pleasant at the moment, but a picnic is always a good idea anyway! I made these improvised pear and tahini pancakes, and the kids loved them. Make sure to use very ripe pears.
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1 dl rolled rye (like oats but made from rye)
2 dl oat milk
1/2 tsp coarsely ground cardamom
1/4 tsp salt
1 tsp tahini
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp white vinegar
2 small ripe pears
2 tbsp canola oil
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Soak the rolled rye in oat milk for 10-15 minutes. Add all the ingredients to a food processor and blend well. Fry small pancakes on medium heat until the pancakes are golden on both sides. Serve with a dip of 3 tbsp tahini + 1 tbsp cacao powder + 1 tsp agave syrup. Add 2-3 tbsp oat milk and blend until smooth and creamy.

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Breakfast Fruit & Berries Lunch Pancakes

Lemon Poppy Seed Pancakes

My contribution to #pancakesunday – a stack of fluffy vegan pancakes with tangy lemon and poppy seed. Love this flavour combo! It was a perfect match with blackberries and my lilac flower syrup that I made in the early summer. Needless to say, the kids loved them too!

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Breakfast Dessert Pancakes

Chocolate PB Pancakes

I’m glad this shot isn’t on video. Peanut butter dripping everywhere except where I wanted it to, bananas sliding off the hot pancakes, cacao powder going all over the place. Oh, the mess I made! And taking actions shots without a tripod, is not something I would recommend… But despite this kitchen chaos, the pancakes were delicious!

2 ripe bananas
3 dl plain flour
3 tsp baking powder
1 tsp white vinegar
a pinch of salt
3 tbsp cacao
2 tbsp crunchy peanut butter
0,5 dl oil
2 dl oat milk

Mix all the ingredients in a food processor until the batter is thick and smooth. Fry on medium heat in a little oil until golden brown on both sides. Serve with banana, PB mixed with a splash of oat milk until runny, and sliced almonds and cacao powder.

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Banana Pancakes with Berries

How about a stack of banana pancakes to start this week off in the right mode? Topped with handpicked blackberries and blueberry & raspberry jam (called Queen’s jam in Swedish), and roasted pumpkin seeds, puffed quinoa and walnuts. My kids just wouldn’t stop eating. That’s the best compliment I can get!

Ingredients
3-4 very ripe bananas
2 dl plant milk
1 dl rolled oats
2 dl plain flour
1 dl aquafaba
0,5 dl neutral oil
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp white vinegar
a pinch of salt
a pinch of vanilla powder

Mix all the ingredients to a smooth batter using a food processor or blender. Fry the pancakes on medium heat until golden on both sides. Enjoy with the toppings of your choice.