In a large mixing bowl, combine together all dry ingredients. Gradually add milk and oil beating constantly until completely smooth
Grease a large non-stick pancake pan with some oil and heat up over medium-high heat
Pour in about ½ cup of the mixture and cook for 1-2 minutes on one side
Gently flip over and continue to cook for another 30-40 seconds
Remove from the heat and serve with some sliced strawberries, sliced bananas, or maple syrup.
This is a classic pancake recipe with a beautiful maca kick that will transform your usual breakfast into something very special. The batter is extremely easy to make and can be used as a perfect base for waffles or even cupcakes. The recipe uses classic all-purpose flour – however, adding some buckwheat, oat, or whole wheat flour will make your pancakes even tastier and more nutritionally valuable.
Maca, on the other hand, is a fantastic source of plant protein, high-quality carbs, fiber (in the form of cellulose and lignin), essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. All off this, combined with relatively neutral taste, makes maca powder among best dietary supplements you can possibly imagine. Adding one tablespoon (or even more) into this recipe will have some amazing health benefits for your entire body and overall health. However, keep in mind that adding more maca powder will thicken the batter in which case you will need to add more milk.
Nutrition information per serving: Kcal: 467, Protein: 5.9g, Total Carbs: 47.3g, Dietary Fibers: 2g, Total Fat: 29g
Top these pancakes with maple syrup, agave nectar, fresh fruit, nuts, or even coconut cream and you will get a delicious breakfast you’ll be making for years to come.