Pancakes for breakfast? Everyone loves them – kids and adults alike. 😉
We’ve gathered together the best sweet pancake recipes from different cuisines and cultures, from vegan to gluten-free, from dairy-free to eggless, and much more… With toppings ranging from maple syrup to honey, or fruits and berries, nuts and cream, these pancakes are sure to make you drool! Here are 30+ sweet pancake recipes to start your day on a yummy note!
1. Eggless Pancakes
The BEST Eggless Pancakes Recipe! These are perfectly soft and extra fluffy that you won’t believe that these pancakes are made without eggs. Keep reading for tips and tricks to make them perfect every single time.
Pancakes on a stick are a fun way to serve up the breakfast classic! You can customize the pancake skewers however you like, but berries and bananas are my favorite. And hey, everything tastes better on sticks, right?
These Apple Oatmeal Pancakes are an utterly delicious seasonal treat. They are fluffy, sweet, filled with fresh apples, and beautiful seasonal flavors. Also, they are wholesome, made with simple ingredients, without refined sugars.
Almond flour’s sweet, nutty taste is perfect for pancakes! These delicious and fluffy pancakes are gluten-free and dairy-free with a keto option. Top with fresh fruit and maple syrup for a delicious breakfast you can feel good about eating.
These White Chocolate Pistachio Vegan Pancakes are bursting with gooey white chocolate and crunchy pistachios, require only 9 ingredients and take less than 10 minutes to prepare. So yummy, you’re kids will adore them!
These Lavender Pancakes with Lavender Honey are beautiful, floral, and delicious! Fluffy pancakes with lavender and lemon zest topped with honey infused with more lavender. This recipe will make breakfast delicious and way more interesting!
This brunch treat is a combo of two of my favorites: fluffy buttermilk pancakes and gooey pineapple upside-down cake! Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes are sure to be a hit at your next brunch. No syrup needed, these cakes are delicious on their own!
Although Sarah has worked in travel for 15 years and specializes in Africa, she loves music, wine, food, and travel. Armed with her Canon, she’s on a mission to photograph food showcasing her East Indian community’s traditional recipes on the blog. And Abby is forever grateful!