“You’re a mean one, Mr Grinch” 💚🎄 But these Green Grinch Pancakes taste sweet and delicious 🥞💚
Green Grinch Pancakes with pistacio and white vegan chocolate.
These healthy green pancakes are filled with pistacios and a wonderful mandel/mazarin flavor 💚🎄 They are simply delicious and perfect for the holiday season! 🥞
When it comes to breakfast foods – pancakes are where the party’s at! They are quick and easy to make, super versatile, and they are always are crowd-pleaser 🥞 Who doesn’t like the feeling of eating dessert for breakfast? 😋
You can even make the batter the night before (store it in the fridge) and save time in the morning ☀️ Delicious pancakes in no time!
If you give these Green Grinch Pancakes a try, let me know! 💚 Leave a comment, rate it, and take a picture and tag @pieceofplants on Instagram! I’d love to see what you come up with 📸
Can you get vegan chocolate? This is a question that I’m asked quite often, and thankfully the answer to that is YES! Cacao and cacao butter (which chocolate is made of) itself is vegan. While milk sadly often is added, there are many brands of dark chocolate that are vegan and vegan chocolate even vegan milk chocolate is becoming much easier to find 🍫
Green Grinch Pancakes
Delicious green pancakes with pistachios and white chocolate. Vegan and Glutenfree
- 40 grams pistachios blended into a fine flour (approx. 1 dl/0.4 cup)
- 4 tbsp apple sauce
- 6 tbsp buckwheat flour
- 3 tbsp almond flour
- 1½ tsp baking powder
- ⅓ tsp almond aroma/essence
- 2 dl non-dairy milk (0.8 cup)
- 1 small handful spinach (for color only)
- 30 grams vegan white chocolate (1 oz)
In a mixing bowl, mix buckwheat flour, almond flour, blended pistachios and baking powder.
Add apple sauce and mix well.
Add the spinach and non-dairy milk to a blender and blend very well until you get a nice green liquid. Strain the green liquid.
Add the green non-dairy milk a little at a time until you get the consistency that you want. The pancake batter needs to be a little thick but still spread when it's poured onto the pan.
Then chop the vegan white chocoalte and mix it into the batter.
Let the pancake batter sit for 5-10 minutes.
Heat up a small pan (medium to medium-high heat). If you don’t have a non-stick pan you might want to add a little oil or vegan butter to the pan (and remember that the first pancake always turns out a little weird).
Pour in a little less than ½ cup (1 dl) pancake dough to the pan.
Let the pancake cook/bake until it is filled with small bubbles and there is only a little “liquid” dough left – then flip it and bake it a little on the other side.
Continue until there is no more dough left.
In the mood for more Christmas pancakes? Then you should definitely try thesse Gingerbread Pancakes 🥞
This recipe is available both in English and Danish (click the flag below to switch language)