Scott Jurek's Vegan Strawberry Pancakes

These are SO good - please try them!  You really don't need syrup, they're already pretty sweet because of the strawberries.  Plus, warm & filling - need I say more?!?

First, I mixed a double batch in a container.  Isn't it beautiful?  Recipe below is for 1 batch (6-10 pancakes if they're small)


1/4 cup spelt flour
1/4 cup buckwheat flour
1/4 cup whole wheat flour
1/4 cup oat flour (grind 1/4 cup old fashioned oats in food processor)
1/4 cup millet flour
1/4 cup rye flour
1/4 cup barley flour (I couldn't find, so used another 1/4 cup whole wheat flour)
1/4 cup corn meal
1/4 cup ground flax seed or chia seed
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 cups almond milk
3 tablespoons olive oil (I only put in 2 for an entire double batch - obviously, this adds calories fast - yes, good calories, but you may be able to omit more)
5 packets Truvia (or 2 Tbsp agave nectar or maple syrup)
1 tsp vanilla extract
1.5 cups fresh strawberries, cut small (probably could do blueberries, bananas, ?)
oil for pan
Maple syrup for topping

It might seem like a lot of different flours to round up, but it's worth it if you can make up a bigger batch & just have on hand.


Mix together and cook like a normal pancake.  Enjoy while hot off the pan.  You can taste the different flour textures.  SOOOO good! 


Nate added more fresh strawberries to the top of his, but I was content without.

I can tell, you're already looking forward to your next long run/ski/bike so you can have these!!

Calories: 670 per half batch above (made with just 1 Tbsp of oil).  So make sure to find someone special (or 3!) to share it with :)  5:1 carb/protein ratio.  Flax seed and oil provide good fat calories as well - so this is darn near a perfect food choice!

Nichole Porath

Nichole is a blogger, elite level runner, and coach. She ran professionally for Brooks for two years after qualifying for the 2012 US Olympic Marathon Trials. During that time she founded TNC endurance, where she coaches and motivationally speaks to organizations large and small. This blog details her rise to national-level racing, and continues to follow her as she gets back into racing after starting a family. Read on, friends!

2 comments:

  1. These look amazing. I think I need to stop by the co-op for supplies and give these a try.

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