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Maple, Walnut, and Flaxseed Pancakes

Maple, Walnut, and Flaxseed Pancakes


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Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup finely chopped walnuts
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 1/4 cups reduced-fat (2%) buttermilk
  • 1 tablespoon (or more) vegetable oil
  • Additional pure maple syrup

Recipe Preparation

  • Whisk flour, flaxseed meal, walnuts, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in medium bowl to blend. Whisk buttermilk, 1/4 cup maple syrup, and egg in another medium bowl. Add buttermilk mixture to dry ingredients and whisk just until incorporated.

  • Brush large nonstick skillet lightly with vegetable oil and heat over medium heat. Working in batches, add batter to skillet by scant 1/4 cupfuls. Cook until bubbles appear on surface of pancakes and undersides are golden brown, about 2 minutes. Turn pancakes over and cook until golden on bottom, about 2 minutes. Brush skillet lightly with vegetable oil as needed before adding each batch. Transfer pancakes to plates. Serve with additional maple syrup.

  • * Sold at natural foods stores and some supermarkets. If flaxseed meal isn't available, buy flaxseeds and use a spice grinder or coffee mill to grind them into a fine powder.

Reviews Section

Eggless Pancakes

This is an easy basic pancake recipe that’s as perfect for a lazy weekend brunch as it is a quick weekday breakfast. A recipe that begs for sweet toppings and a flowing river of pure maple syrup. Bonus: It’s healthy, dairy free, oil free, nut free, and vegan! You’re going to love these Eggless Whole Wheat Flax Pancakes.


Maple, Walnut, and Flaxseed Pancakes - Recipes

My stomach feels like it has been thumped with a mallet like a chicken schnitzel - and it's not due to situps, or exercise of any kind.

My sides have split with laughter. It's not just my midriff that's feeling a little tender my dad and hubby are also a little sore thanks to Modern Family. It's been a long time (think back to when Arrested Development was on air) since I found a funny television show that made me laugh and left me in a good mood after watching it. As much as I hate to admit it, sometimes a little TV can be a good thing.

There's nothing like a good chuckle to get you in a good mood.
The better my mood the more I like to bake as I believe that food cooked with love and joy tastes better than food cooked when grumpy or tired (this may be due in part to the latter moods resulting in more mistakes. ).

Apart from laughter, some meals also instantly lift your spirits, and for me, pancakes are one of them. I adore pancakes but they can make me feel a little guilty if I overindulge as they aren't the healthiest things. So imagine my delight at finding a pretty healthy(ish) pancake recipe that is also high in Omega 3s (hint: there was a lot of delight). I ate four of these babies and I didn't even feel guilty. until I went back for another one.

ease: 5/5.
prep time: 8mins.
cooking time: 14mins to make 6 large pancakes.
total: 22mins.

taste: 4.5/5. Flaxseed Fabulous.

I adored these! I loved the texture and the crunch of the walnuts. The were softly sweet and perfect with some fresh, juicy strawberries and extra lashings of maple syrup.

I added a few extra walnuts. I'd love to try them with whole wheat flour, and perhaps a pinch of cinnamon, but honestly they were great as is especially considering they are a more nutritious pancake.


Dr. Janet’s Oatmeal, Walnut and Flaxseed Pancakes

Serve warm, sprinkled with fresh berries, a touch of powdered sugar and fat-free whipped topping for a real Sunday morning treat (for you and your arteries!).

  1. 1 cup 100% whole wheat flour
  2. ½ cup old-fashioned oat flakes, ground
  3. ¼ cup ground flaxseeds
  4. ¼ cup finely chopped walnuts
  5. 1 ½ teaspoons baking powder
  6. ½ teaspoon baking soda
  7. ½ teaspoon kosher salt
  8. 1 ¼ cups light soy milk
  9. ¼ cup pure maple syrup
  10. 1 large egg white
  11. Powdered sugar, optional
  12. Pancake syrup, optional

Combine dry ingredients in a medium bowl to blend. Separately combine soy milk maple syrup, and egg white in another medium bowl. Add soymilk mixture to dry ingredients and whisk just until incorporated. Coat a large fry pan with non-stick cooking spray. Heat pan over medium heat. Spoon in four circular pancakes about ¼ cup each. Cook until batter bubbles then flip with a spatula. Use more cooking spray when necessary. Remove from pan when golden brown in color. Sprinkle lightly with powdered sugar add whipped topping to taste, garnish with fresh berries.


The key to cooking gluten free pancakes: low and slow

We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again: cook your pancakes on low heat! Why? So many home cooks make the mistake of having the heat too high. This results in pancakes that are black on the outside and raw on the inside.

No one likes that! Set your heat to low (or medium low, if you dare!). Then wait to flip the pancakes until bubbles form at the surface and begin to pop. It will feel longer than you think: but just keep waiting! It’s worth it for the perfectly cooked pancakes.


Psoriasis and Eczema Superfood: Walnuts

Walnuts, one of our favorite ingredients during the holiday season, are a psoriasis and eczema superfood. Walnuts provide a variety of health benefits that will help keep your skin and your heart healthy.

Walnuts are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. In fact, a quarter-cup of walnuts provides 90.8% of your daily value of essential fats. Science indicates that Omega-3 fatty acids may improve the condition of your psoriasis or eczema by reducing the inflammatory compounds in the body.

Walnuts also contain ellagic acid, an antioxidant compound that has antiviral and antibacterial properties, which support the immune system. As an added nutritional bonus, ellagic acid is believed to have anti-cancer properties.

With so many benefits, why not incorporate walnuts into your diet and holiday meals?

Here are a few holiday recipes that incorporate walnuts and other healthful ingredients to create delicious results:

Green Beans with Toasted Walnuts and Dried-Cherry Vinaigrette

Bon Appétit | November 2010
by Diane Morgan

Yield: Makes 8 servings
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1/3 cup minced shallots
  • 3 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons Sherry wine vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh mint
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons coarse kosher salt
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon black pepper plus additional (for sprinkling)
  • 1/3 cup dried tart cherries
  • 1 1/2 pounds trimmed slender green beans (such as haricots verts)
  • 1/2 cup walnuts, toasted , chopped

Preparation

Whisk first 6 ingredients and 1/2 teaspoon pepper in small bowl. Mix in dried cherries set aside. DO AHEAD: Vinaigrette can be made 1 day ahead. Cover chill. Bring to room temperature rewhisk before using.

Fill large bowl with water and ice set aside. Cook green beans in large pot of boiling salted water until crisp-tender, 3 to 4 minutes. Drain. Transfer to bowl with ice water cool. Drain. DO AHEAD: Can be made 1 day ahead. Wrap in paper towels enclose in resealable plastic bag and chill. Let stand at room temperature 1 hour before continuing.

Toss green beans, walnuts, and vinaigrette in large bowl. DO AHEAD: Can be made 2 hours ahead. Let stand at room temperature. Transfer to platter and serve.

Flourless Chocolate-Walnut Cookies

SELF | December 2008
by François Payard
Yield: Makes 60 cookies

Ingredients

  • Parchment paper
  • 2 1/2 cups walnut halves
  • 3 cups confectioners’ sugar
  • 1/2 cup plus 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 4 egg whites
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

Preparation

Position 2 racks in the upper and lower thirds of oven. Heat oven to 350°. Line 2 large baking sheets with parchment paper. Place walnuts on a work surface and finely chop. Transfer to a separate large baking sheet and toast until fragrant, about 9 minutes. Let cool. Mix sugar, cocoa and salt in a bowl. Stir in walnuts. Add egg whites and vanilla beat with a fork or electric mixer on medium until batter is just moistened. (Do not overbeat batter or it will stiffen.) Drop batter by the teaspoonful onto baking sheets in evenly spaced mounds. Bake cookies until tops are lightly cracked and glossy, about 15 minutes. Repeat with remaining batter. Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 1 week.

Maple, Walnut, and Flaxseed Pancakes

Bon Appétit | January 2004

Ingredients

  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 1/4 cup flaxseed meal*
  • 1/4 cup finely chopped walnuts
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 1/4 cups reduced-fat (2%) buttermilk
  • 1/4 cup pure maple syrup
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 tablespoon (or more) vegetable oil
  • Additional pure maple syrup

Preparation

Whisk flour, flaxseed meal, walnuts, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in medium bowl to blend. Whisk buttermilk, 1/4 cup maple syrup, and egg in another medium bowl. Add buttermilk mixture to dry ingredients and whisk just until incorporated.

Brush large nonstick skillet lightly with vegetable oil and heat over medium heat. Working in batches, add batter to skillet by scant 1/4 cupfuls. Cook until bubbles appear on surface of pancakes and undersides are golden brown, about 2 minutes. Turn pancakes over and cook until golden on bottom, about 2 minutes. Brush skillet lightly with vegetable oil as needed before adding each batch. Transfer pancakes to plates. Serve with additional maple syrup.

*Sold at natural foods stores and some supermarkets. If flaxseed meal isn’t available, buy flaxseeds and use a spice grinder or coffee mill to grind them into a fine powder


How to Make 100% Flaxseed Breakfast Cookies

These cookies are a 1-bowl, super-cinch to make. In a medium bowl, combine all of the ingredients: flaxseed meal, nut butter (I used almond), nondairy milk, maple syrup, and raisins.

Next, divide the batter between 12 greased or sprayed muffin cups and bake in a 325F oven for 19 to 22 minutes, until golden brown. This is the result:


Peanut Butter Flaxseed Pancakes

I love pancakes. But I don’t love how they can sometimes leave me feeling like I just ate an entire loaf of bread. Do you ever feel that way? This must be a symptom of getting old(er). But we can fix that.

One grain that doesn’t leave me feeling sluggish is oats! That’s why I’ve based this pancake with oat flour instead of all purpose, because it’s healthier.

For starters, 1/2 cup of oat flour has 80 fewer calories and 20 fewer grams carbohydrates than 1/2 cup of whole wheat flour. They’re also high in iron, magnesium and fiber, and contain the amino acid lysine, which promotes replenishment of body tissues like muscles and nerves – this makes them an excellent food staple for fitness junkies. Oats can also help lower cholesterol levels and help us feel fuller longer. Seriously, super power food in the house.

To make oat flour you simply process oats in a coffee grinder until a fine powder remains. You can also buy it at the grocery store (gluten-free optional) or make a big batch at home and store it in your pantry for quick mornings breakfasts like these pancakes.

These pancakes are so simple to make: Just 1 bowl and 15 minutes required. You could even make them with other nut butters if you have a peanut allergy.

More importantly they’re fluffy, filled with good-for-you ingredients, and packed with some serious peanut butter flavor. I topped mine with a little peanut butter sauce (just peanut butter whisked with very hot water) and a little maple syrup. But they’d also be great with sliced bananas, honey or jam (hello PB&J).

These will definitely be my new go-to pancakes since I always have the ingredients on hand and they’re perfect even for busy weekday mornings. So excited to share these lovely cakes with you. Hope you enjoy.


Maple, Walnut, and Flaxseed Pancakes - Recipes

by Denise Austin | April 1, 2021 | Nutrition

Ever wonder what a good way to start the day would be? Besides one of my Wake-Up Workouts of course!! We are talking fuel to get your body and mind working at it’s peak until your mid-day meal…. And what I suggest is a little bit of old school and new school when it comes to a healthy breakfast suggestion: Oatmeal! Hot or cold, plain or topped with fruit and cinnamon, a hearty bowl of oatmeal is so good for you! Steel-cut or Irish oatmeal can help lower LDL cholesterol by as much as 10 percent! This wholesome grain also sticks to your ribs, so you’ll have energy for exercise and won’t find yourself nibbling an hour after you eat.

So now that you have the basis for a healthy breakfast suggestion, how can you give it even MORE benefits?? In addition to starting your FREE TRIAL of my DeniseAustin.com plan (for 7 days, you have free access to my customizable meal plan – choose your calorie level and your eating preferences, and I will end you three meals daily PLUS snacks – a great way to kick start your 2020 healthy eating goals!), try these add-ons:

Flaxseed. Flaxseed contains high amounts of phytoestrogens as well as omega-3 fatty acids, which may help prevent heart disease while keeping your eyes, your brain and your reproductive system healthy. Some studies show flaxseed may even help prevent breast cancer. It also supplies iron, niacin, phosphorus and vitamin E. Like spinach, flaxseed also packs a lot of fiber (about 6 grams per ounce). To unleash the health benefits of flaxseed, the hard outer coating must be broken down. This can be accomplished by grinding the seeds with a mortar and pestle or popping them in a food processor, pepper mill or coffee grinder (used just for this purpose!). Try sprinkling flaxseed on oatmeal or yogurt, baking it into breads and muffins, or adding it to whole-grain rice or rice pilaf. To make sure flaxseed stays fresh, store in the refrigerator. And as an oatmeal topping, simply sprinkle on a teaspoon of freshly ground flaxseed and enjoy the taste AND benefits!

Blueberries. Filled with antioxidants and unique bacteria-fighting properties, blueberries are an amazing (and delicious) disease fighting tool. Like cranberries, blueberries may prevent and relieve bladder infections. They contain compounds called anthocyanosides that have been shown to slow down vision loss. And a study conducted at the Agriculture Department’s Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University in Boston suggests that eating at least a half cup of the blue fruit a day can help improve balance, coordination and short-term memory. Add a handful of blueberries to your oatmeal for all their healthy aging benefits.

Cinnamon. This sweet and earthy spice is a great addition to a bowl of oatmeal: Its health benefits are numerous – it can help with blood sugar control, making it a good choice for diabetics, and it may even boost brain activity! Plus it’s an anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial agent, so sprinkle on some cinnamon to make your healthy breakfast an even better way to start the day!

And to amp up your AM meal even more, add a cup of green tea. Filled with antioxidants that combat free radicals, this soothing brew is believed to stave off various cancers. Research shows it may also help prevent strokes and heart attacks. And it may even help you drop a pound or two – the antioxidants in green tea actually stimulate the body to help burn calories. It’s a great replacement for coffee!


Let’s Make Easy Cakes (Minimalist Gluten-Free Vegan Protein Pancakes)

Ingredients for Easy Cakes (Minimalist Gluten-Free Vegan Protein Pancakes) Ready to blend

Add oats, plant-based milk, banana, vanilla protein powder, salt, and 2 teaspoons of maple syrup to the blender and blend to form a smooth batter.

Blending The blended batter, ready to use.

Heat the Earth Balance or oil on your pan or griddle at medium heat. You may want to start with 1/2 TBSP. Coat the surface with heated oil. To test for temperature, sprinkle a few drops of water on the pan. It’s hot enough when the droplets bubble up and evaporate.

I measure 1/3 cup of batter, making medium-sized pancakes which are bigger than silver-dollar pancakes but smaller than you would see at a Denny’s. They are cute and easy to flip. This recipe makes about 6 pancakes when using approximately 1/3 cup for each pancake.

Pancake batter becoming pancakes

Pour the batter into the pan and let cook for about 2 minutes. You will see a few bubbles in the batter. Flip the pancakes and cook for about two more minutes. The first few pancakes will take longer than your last few pancakes. Serve with additional Earth Balance and maple syrup or toppings of your choice. Enjoy!

Ready to eat



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