Apple & Whole Spelt Pancakes

A week full of fancy Easter surprises! I enjoyed this weekend very much - running and treating others with good food. Next week will even get better as the forecast promises sunshine, so my smile is getting wider. Sunglasses out, straw in the smoothie and into the green <3.

Whether Good Friday, Easter Sunday or maybe on Easter Monday - there are plenty of opportunities to feast extensively with the family and all other beloved ones. Goodies all day long. And I can tell you there are more than a million tasty vegan ideas to indulge :-). Some years ago I already summarized a bunch of my most favorite recipes for a family brunch here. This year I though of some new snacks to get the colours on the Easter-table and bring the fabulous world of taste experiences to your home.

Let's start with these fantastic apple whole spelt pancakes with fruits & maple syrup.

Makes 8 pcs. for 2 portions.
Preparation time: 20 minutes

For the dough:
5 oz. (150 g) wholemeal spelt flour
1 ts. baking powder
1 pinch of stevia or 1 oz. (30 g) sugar
1 pinch of vanilla, ground
1 pinch of salt
1 4 oz. (120g) aplle
1 tbs. lemon juice
6 fl. oz. (180ml) almond/soy/spelt drink or any other grain milk
2 tbs. veg-oil (suitable for baking)

2 oz. (50 g) berries
1/2 pomegranate
2 slices pineapple
some lemon balm
3-4 fl .oz. (100 ml) maple syrup

Mix in a bowl spelt flour, baking powder, Stevia, vanilla and salt. Grate the apple coarsely (with skin) and sprinkle with lemon juice. Add the apple and grain milk to the flour-mix and stir all the ingredients quickly! with a stirer, as the dough otherwise becomes gluey and doesn't rise that well in the pan.

Pour some oil into the preheated pan and bake 8 pancakes golden brown. In a 10 inch (24-26cm) pan. you can fit about 4-6 pancakes at a time.

Arrange four pancakes on two plates and decorate with berries, pomegranate, pineapple and lemon zest. Serve with maple syrup and enjoy!

These pancakes taste best fresh. With a big family and preparation time you can reheat them in the pan or oven.

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