Whatever pancake recipe you like best will work here. You can make gluten-free savory pancakes or whole wheat or whatever you and your family usually make just try to choose a recipe that says it serves four to six. And try to steer away from any pancake recipes or mixes with added sugar.
You can sneak in as many or as few vegetables into savory pancakes as you think you can get away with pancakes into their favorite sauce to notice that they’re eating something healthy. The best part: savory pancakes freeze really well, so if you make a big batch, or have extras leftover, stick them in the freezer and then just pop them in the toaster for a snack.
Korean vegetable pancakes (jeon) are not sweet breakfast treats to be coated with maple syrup. Jeon is simple flat cakes of vegetables, fish or meat coated with a flour and egg batter and pan-fried. These delicious cakes are served as a side dish or as a complete meal.
This vegetarian pancake will give you a good taste of vegetables. Instead of spinach, you could use a mixture of soft herbs, such as parsley, mint, basil or tarragon. Top each pancake with dollops of cottage cheese, the avocado salad, and a few good shakes of chili sauce.
Zucchini and carrot pancakes are incredibly easy to make and a perfect way to sneak veggies lunch or snack. You only need to grate zucchini and carrots. Then stir in the oat flour and fold in grated zucchini and carrot.
This recipe is simple, requires little ingredients, and yields delicious results. Parmesan Mashed Potato Cakes are so addictive. A crunchy, cheesy crust is hiding the soft, velvety mashed potato filling. They make a perfect side dish or a filling vegetarian meal.
Savory Cabbage Pancakes are a fun and filling way to use up pantry leftovers. Fill them and top them with whatever your heart desires. Other vegetables that would be great in these pancakes include kale, bean sprouts, radish
shredded broccoli, and zucchini. You can try to spread the toppings like sriracha mayo, sesame seeds, and sliced green onion.
Oats vegetable chila (Pancake) is my version of vegan savory pancake with loads of vegetables and healthy ingredients like oats and gram flour. Try different veggies for your pancakes variations.
You can serve the dipping sauce with those pancakes. Plain yogurt is a great option, or Dijonnaise or ketchup or ranch dressing or any creamy dip or sauce. While there’s dipping sauce out, try adding a few sliced vegetables to the plate or eating cucumbers and tomatoes just as much as their savory pancakes.