piles of pancakes

One day a month, I spend the morning making piles of pancakes for my little pancake eating piggies. They love them and so I have to oblige. For one, I can make them exactly the way we like (half whole wheat and vegan), we save money and packaging. In a pinch we have bought store bought kinds, but they are never as good, always a bit on the chewy or spongy side. It’s also hard to find inexpensive vegan pancakes .

I make mine from a modified recipe from VWAV that is quadrupled. I lay them all out on plate to allow them to cool and then put them on plates in the freezer for 15-30 minutes. I pluck them all off the plate into freezer bags. I have been doing this for almost a year now.

Lately I have been saving a cups worth of pancake batter and adding in stuff for me. I add a handful of oats, a sprinkling of unsalted sunflower seeds, dried cranberries (or cherries)and chopped walnuts.  I pop them in the toaster eat them plain for snacks. So yummy.

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6 Responses to piles of pancakes

  1. Tricia says:

    yum!!! you are so awesome!! I can’t wait. I am on a current crazy right now but the sunflowers sound divine!

  2. Miss Dot says:

    what a brilliant idea of putting them in the toaster, I make Buckwheat pancakes I add flakes almonds along with the cranberries and must try the oats as well!

  3. Anonymous says:

    you’re always full of great ideas Regina. I love reading your blog. I’ve been making my own almond milk and i’m going to try these pancakes. take care, Angelica

  4. Erin Leigh says:

    This is a great idea. Healthy + cheap. I’m in.

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