whole wheat blender pancakes

Whole Wheat Blender Pancakes

Simple & Fun!

The main thing I LOVE about these Whole Wheat Blender Pancakes is how simple and fun they are!

When I was a kid, me or one of my siblings were put in charge of making the batter for these blender pancakes and we loved it! The best part was always when we added the baking powder. We blend it in then all the siblings gather around the blender, mesmerized by how much it grew! 

Getting woken up on a Saturday morning from the loud buzz of a blender was never a bad thing and the fact that we were able to successfully make these pancakes and enjoy it says something about how simple and fun these pancakes are!

These blender pancakes are so memorable of my childhood but not only because of their home-style taste. Our family made traditions and memories out of these breakfast occasions. There is so much opportunity for bonding & experiences in the creation of food! I hope you enjoy your experience making these Blender Pancakes.


Baking Powder: This is what creates the fluff in the pancakes so make sure you are using baking powder that is not expired or bad.

You can test you baking powder by dropping a pinch in a small amount of vinegar to make sure it sizzles and bubbles up.

Honey: 1 tbsp of honey is the only pure sweetener in this recipe. These pancakes have no sugar in them but in no way does that mean they are lacking! Wheat is naturally sweet so there is just enough sweetness; but let’s be honest, your going to pile it with syrup and Nutella anyway!

Wheat Berries: This is the main ingredient in blender pancakes. I love how you can take a completely natural and raw ingredient like wheat and turn it into pancakes. This is also what gives the pancakes their amazing, wholesome flavor.

Give it a try and I hope you love what you make!

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Whole wheat blender pancakes

Whole Wheat Blender Pancakes

Love What You Make
This pancake recipe makes for a nutritious, one dish breakfast that blends up in no time!
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Servings 10 Pancakes


  • Griddle/Skillet
  • Blender


  • 1 cup Wheat berries uncooked wheat
  • 1 1/4 cup Water cold
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 tbsp Honey
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 2 tbsp Oil olive
  • 1 tbsp Baking powder


  • Blend the wheat berries and cold water in a blender for about 2½ minutes or until the mixture is somewhat smooth
  • Add to the blender the egg, honey, salt, and oil and pulse 1 time
  • Add the baking powder and pulse just another 1-2 times to just incorporate the ingredients.
  • Once you stop the blender, the batter should instantly start rising.
  • Let the batter rise for about 2 minutes. While you are waiting you can heat up your griddle to 350 degrees F.
  • Pour the batter into evenly sized circles onto your griddle and flip when bubbles form and pop on the surface of the pancake. Cook on the opposite side until pancakes slides freely around on the griddle.
  • Serve with maple syrup and your favorite pancake toppings! Enjoy!


IMPORTANT: If you want more pancakes than the 10 this one makes (which, why not!?) , don't double or triple the recipe because it doesn't turn out the same. The great thing about this recipe is how simple it is to just blend up another batch. 
Note: Make sure you are using baking powder that is not expired or bad. This is an important ingredient that gives these whole wheat pancakes their fluff.
Keyword no sugar, quick, whole wheat



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