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Very Berry Pancakes

This very berry pancake recipe is simply delicious and 100% plant based. It tastes too good to be true but it is!

The recipe below makes one stack of pancakes but double or triple for sharing or freezing.

 Ingredients Measurements  Amount
Oat Flour Cup 1
Plant Based Milk Cup 1
Cinnamon Teaspoon 4
Banana Medium 1/2
Chia Seeds Teaspoon 4
Protein Powder Teaspoon 2(25g)
Coconut Oil Teaspoon 2
 Berry Coulis
Berries (Fresh or Frozen) Cup 2
Apple Medium 1
Water Cup 1/2
Coconut Sugar Teaspoon 3


  1. Oat Flour
    Blend oats first in blender until it resembles a fine flour
    Add the rest of the pancake ingredients and blend
    Allow to sit for 5 minutes to thicken as the Chia seeds expand.
  2. Using a large frying pan and add the coconut oil on a medium heat.
  3. Once oil has melted measure out mixture into a 1/4 cup and then pour it slowly, towards the centre of pan. Try to leave an inch of space between pancakes to allow spreading.
  4. Leave until you can see the edges medium browning and test with a spatula to see if it lifts easily
  5. Once the edges indicate a golden brown flip pancakes over spatula
  6. Repeat process until mixture is finished

Berry Coulis

  1. Heat berries and chopped apple over a pan with water
  2. Add coconut sugar or a plant based sweetener until it takes a sauce like texture

Next join forces with the two by drizzling the berry coulis over the pancake stack

Adding more fresh berries and apples with a drizzle of your favourite sweetener we used Agave Nectar.

This tasted divine and made a lovely breakfast and dessert.


  • This coulis can also be used in Porridge!
  • Relatively low cost to make we used frozen berries from Sainsburys at £2 a pack!

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