Clean Eating German Pancakes

January 8, 2018Johnfitt

We have a very special recipe for you today! It tastes great and is a very easy peasy, clean eating breakfast. We have a free E-book coming out very soon and this recipe is one we will be sharing in the E-book! We just couldn’t hold back. We wanted to give you a sneak peek.

This is a clean eating recipe because we keep all the ingredients pure (if you aren’t sure wheat clean eating is, don’t worry. We have a post coming about that really soon too). It is made completely from scratch, we always use organic ingredients and the eggs are free range as well. The result being no harmful chemicals for your family! Can’t beat that. You may have guessed that clean eating might have something to do with our coming E-book.. but shhh! We won’t say anymore 😉

Now for the recipe! This is another dish that has stood the test of time! It only has five ingredients so it’s a cinch to make. Get up, throw a few things in a bowl, pour into a pan, bake and you are done. Our Buttermilk Syrup would taste amazing poured on top, Kamut & Fruit Salad would go great on the side or finish it off with a gorgeous Easy Peasy Green Smoothie.

Tools for this recipe:

6 eggs

1 cups whole wheat flour, scant

1 cups milk

1/2 tsp. salt

½ cube butter

Place butter in a 9×13 pan and melt it in a 425º oven. In a mixing bowl beat remaining ingredients until well combined. Pour into the pan with the melted butter. Bake for 20-25 minutes. It should get big and puffy as it cooks.

Top with fresh fruit and a garnish made of equal parts sour cream and maple syrup mixed together.

What are your favorite breakfast dishes?

6 Comments

  • Heaven

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    We have to double German Pancakes at our house. We love them that much! Your toppings look fantastic. Pinned!

    1. Easy Peasy Life Matters

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      Thank you! The toppings have to be the kicker for us. We just love them! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  • Ashley Kimmel

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    Loved the sour cream and maple syrup mix. What a great idea! I made these ” gluten free” by adding 1 cup of sourdough start in place of the wheat. It worked great.

    1. Easy Peasy Life Matters

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      Fantastic idea to use sourdough! We are so glad it worked out for you 🙂

  • Nagi from RecipeTinEats

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    I never thought the words “clean” and “pancakes” could go together. Genius!

    1. Easy Peasy Life Matters

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      LOL Thanks so much! 🙂

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