Vanilla Raspberry Pancakes

vanilla raspberry pancakes

Happy Friday, loves 💗 and happy almost Valentine’s Day. With the lockdown still in full swing here in Germany, I nevertheless wanted to add a little sprinkle of love to the day. That’s how I came up with this delicious recipe for Vanilla Raspberry Pancakes.

vanilla raspberry glutenfree pancakes topped with cashew yoghurt and strawberries

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know how much we LOVE pancakes in our household. #pancakesunday is literally a thing and something Roman and I look forward to every week. Now with Valentine’s Day falling on a Sunday, I knew I wanted to surprise Roman with a special spin on our classical pancakes. And let me tell you, they are super delicious! I could barely wait to have all the shots to finally dive in.

the best glutenfree and protein rich pancakes recipe

vanilla raspberry pancakes for a glutenfree Valentine's Day breakfast

I’m also obsessed with raspberries (even more so being pregnant)! Add some vanilla and I’m in food heaven. It took me some time to perfect a pancake recipe that was dairy and gluten free as well as rich in protein. Back in my Tone It Up days, I would soley use their protein powder as a base. But then shipping to Germany became just too expensive, so I looked around for a good vegan alternative. That’s when I found Volksshake. Unfortunately, their protein powder doens’t have such a great binding effect. The first batch I tried turned into a mash instead of my beloved pancakes.

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vanilla raspberry pancakes topped with fresh strawberries

Now, I add a little bit of glutenfree oats or teff flour/flakes (my new obsesion) as well as a plant-based yoghurt (I’m really into cashew lately) to make them extra fluffly. By experiencing with the Vanilla Raspberry pancake recipe, I was surprised how much the fresh raspberries added to the fluffiness.

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I bet your mouth is watering right now, so I don’t want to keep the recipe from you any longer:

Vanilla Raspberry Pancakes

Spoil your loved ones with these heavenly Vanilla Raspberry Pancakes this Valentine's Day. They are not only delicious but also gluten- and dairyfree.

  • 1 tbsp teff flour or flakes (can subsitute with gluten free oat flour)
  • 1 scoop vegan Vanilla protein powder (I love Tone It Up or Volksshake)
  • 1/2 banana
  • 1/4 cup raspberries (fresh)
  • 2 tbsp cashew yoghurt (or another plant-based yoghurt of your choice)
  • 1/4 cup liquid egg whites (substitute flax egg for vegan version)
  • 1/2 tsp coconut oil
  • fresh strawberries and some extra cashew yoghurt (for garnish)
  1. Heat pan on medium heat.

  2. Blend all the ingredients besides the coconut oil in a NutriBullet or other high speed blender.

  3. Add three pancakes to the pan and cook until golden brown on each side.

  4. Serve on a plate with cashew yoghurt, strawberries, and raspberries.

  5. I also love to add maple syrup and peanut butter 🙂

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Will you serve these delicious Vanilla Raspberry Pancakes for Valentine’s Day this year? Share your creations with me @champagnewithmadeleine

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