Some mornings call for oatmeal, others call for muffins, but weekends, absolutely, require pancakes….
light and fluffy, gluten-free and vegan blender pancakes to be more specific.
Weekends were always my favorite as a child. Waking up whenever I wanted to (which was ALWAYS early), watching Saturday morning cartoons (the ONLY time cartoons were on) and enjoying the smells coming from the kitchen as Mom was making our BIG family breakfast. Back then, that consisted of eggs, & bacon (neither of which I eat now) and best of all, Pancakes! Oh, how I love pancakes.
If you’re new to the blog, then you’ve missed some other pretty sweet pancakes. Berry Smoothie Pancakes (simple to make, just mixed in your blender) Gluten-free Pumpkin Spice Pancakes (bringing in the flavors of the season), Chocolate Chip Brownie Waffles (it’s an oldie on the site, but I included these because waffles are basically pancakes with syrup traps) & Banana Corn Pancakes (another gluten-free, naturally sweetened pancake).
For another delicious blender pancake, try these Flourless Carrot Cake Yogurt Pancakes from Cotter Crunch. They are gluten-free and if you have a dairy allergy, just use a coconut based yogurt like So Delicious.
This time, I want to share with you another pancake that you mix up in your blender, Fluffy Gluten-free Blender Pancakes.
Whether it’s a lazy weekend, or a regular morning, there doesn’t seem to be any other breakfast that screams “I love you” to your kiddos, more than pancakes. That is why I wanted to make sure I included a super easy to make, blender pancakes (to save you from all the mess), that you can make any day of the week.
These are also free from dairy, eggs, soy & nuts (actually all the Top 8 allergens) but you would never know.
Light & fluffy blender pancakes topped any way you choose.
Maybe you enjoy chocolate chips sprinkled on top.
Maybe you like to go the healthier route, and opt for fresh fruit.
Maybe you like yours with a big slab of butter & drenched in Grade B Maple syrup.
I like all of those, but today, I chose mine sprinkled with pomegranate seeds then topped with syrup…..yum!
Ready to make some pancakes? Here’s the recipe
Fluffy Blender Pancakes
Gluten Free & Vegan Pancakes can be tricky to make, but these are super easy and light & fluffy. Grab your blender & let's get started.
- 1 C. So Delicious Coconut Milk Vanilla
- 2 TB. Coconut oil, melted
- 3 TB. Brown rice syrup
- 2 tsp. Apple cider vinegar
- 1 ripe Banana
- 1 3/4 C. Gluten free flour (Bob's 1 to 1 mix)
- 1/4 C. Tapioca flour
- 1 tsp. Baking powder
- 1 tsp. Baking soda
- Pinch sea salt
- Heat griddle to 350° or skillet to medium high.
- In a blender, add all above ingredients and blend until smooth, adding extra milk if batter is too thick.
- Pour batter on to heated skillet to desired pancake size.
- Heat until bubbles start to form then flip. Cook until fluffy and golden on each side.
- Plate and serve with fresh berries, chocolate chips, sprinkle of cinnamon and a drizzle of agave or maple syrup.
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Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine says
Lovey cakes! Pancakes are my weekend essential here!
They do make the weekend more special, don’t they?
I agree…weekends were made for pancakes! Love lazy Sunday morning with stacks upon stacks of them! I’ve never put pomegranate seeds on pancakes before, but that is looking SO good to me! What is tampico flour?? I’ve never heard of that.
Oh my goodness, I never heard of that either! Talk about a typo 🙂
It is now switched to Tapioca flour, so glad you caught that .
yummy mummy kitchen says
Delicious! I just may have to make it a brinner night 🙂
Brinner nights are always a must when the hubby is out of town 🙂
Linda @ Veganosity says
I’m so excited for the weekend, because, PANCAKES! 🙂
Sophia @veggies dont bite says
I love fluffy pancakes! These look really good, and now I’m craving them!
These look great. Awesome recipe.
[email protected] says
I agree that weekends need pancakes and these look fab. I have never heard of tampico flour though? What is it? It is something I have never ever seen or hear of and I’m pretty familiar with most things.
Just a little note too…I think there is a little mistake in the ingredients listing. It says 2 tbsp coconut milk, melted. I assume you mean oil? :O)
I sure did! Thanks for catching that. BTW, I changed the other also,,,,,its tapioca. I edited it from my phone but never hit update. Oops.
What a stack They look yum!
Ginny McMeans says
Okay! Fluffy pancakes will go over big in this house. Thanks!
Almost ANY type of pancake will go over in our house :).
Gwen @simplyhealthyfamily says
These look perfect!
Thank you Gwen
The Vegan 8 says
We make pancakes every weekend, it’s a tradition! These look so wonderful and fluffy and I love that they are gluten-free!
The Food Hunter says
I want these for breakfast
Kathy Hester says
Gluten-free and made in the blender? Count me in!
You could even make the dry mix ahead of time and bag it until your ready to make. Just add the liquids to it then it’s even easier for pancakes anytime you want them.
Holy geez, these look amazing! I don’t know the last time I saw such fluffy pancakes. I think you just got me over my “I don’t do pancakes” rut I’ve been in for a few years. My boyfriend was lamenting that we never have pancakes anymore the other night, so I’m stoked to try these with him!
That’s awesome! My husband isn’t a huge pancake fan either, but these was was happy to eat with us.
Pancakes and pomegranate seeds??? I am so IN! 🙂 All your photos look fabulous, Nicole! Pinned it for later.
Thank you Cris! It was the first time I added Poms to pancakes, but it something I will now be doing more of.
Sina @ Vegan Heaven says
These look so delicious! Perfect for the weekend! 🙂
Howie Fox says
I view myself as a pancake specialist and I have to say I’m impressed by the fluffyness of your creation!! Need to try them out soon 🙂
Oooh, a pancake specialist, love that. So glad these caught your eye. Let me know when you try them.
I could eat this all day every day!
It is pretty hard to resist a good pancake.
Denise Stephen says
What can I sub for the tapioca flour without losing out on the fluffyiness??
Nicole Dawson says
Can you use cornstarch? That would be the simplest substitute. You could also try arrowroot but I’d cut the amount in half. Love to hear what you use and how it turns out.