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Spiced Pancakes

Updated: Apr 29, 2019


Makes 6 palm-sized pancakes

Gut-friendly fibre, essential fatty acids, and a few sneaky therapeutic spices to warm and soothe the digestive system.


1 Tbsp ground flaxseed* (aka linseed)

1 Tbsp whole chia seeds*

¼ cup ground almonds*

1 cup ground oats*

1 cup preferred nut milk

¼ tsp GF baking powder (preferably aluminum free)

A splash of soda water

½ Tsp each: powdered cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg

2 eggs


1. Mix dry ingredients in a bowl.

2. Add remaining ingredients and mix with a fork until even

3. Mixture should resemble a runny paste

4. Heat pan at med-high heat, oil with olive oil, spoon mixture to form palm-sized panackes. Flip when bubbles appear.

5. Serve with poached apple or pear and coconut yoghurt for added fibre and probiotics

*You can buy these ingredients ground however having the whole seed or rolled oat in the cupboard can be more versatile. To grind them yourself simply use a bullet smoothie maker and whiz until mealy. The benefits of using freshly ground product instead of pre-ground from a pack? The essential fatty acids are not oxidised (caused by air, light, heat) and thereby still possess anti-inflammatory properties.


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