7 Savory Pancake Recipes That Work for Any Meal of the Day
Whether you add zucchini, corn, or sweet potato, savory pancakes can be eaten for any meal. Maybe you top it with a jalapeño maple syrup, or dip it in avocado sauce. The possibilities are endless.
No, this does not mean you should go add a handful of cauliflower to the sugary pancake batter you have in the pantry. We've rounded up the most mouth-watering savory pancake recipes for you to make from scratch.
Make these delicious savory pancake recipes for breakfast, lunch or dinner
1. VEGAN JALAPEÑO CORNBREAD PANCAKES
These pancakes are the perfect combo of fluffy, savory, and sweet. Jalapeños add a touch of spice that complement the sweetness. You can also top them with Babe Made's jalapeño-infused maple syrup.
2. CAULIFLOWER PANCAKES
These fritters keep it simple with mashed cauliflower, eggs, flour, and seasoning. Top with a garlic and dill aioli for a zesty finish.
3. VEGAN SAVORY CHEDDAR PANCAKES
Chives and vegan cheddar for breakfast? Yes please. These pancakes take all the yummy goodness of a baked potato and put them in a pancake.
4. SAVORY ZUCCHINI FETA PANCAKES
Who need zucchini bread when you can have zucchini pancakes? The zucchini keeps the pancakes tender and juicy.
5. SAVORY CORN PANCAKES WITH CHIPOTLE CASHEW CREAM
Fresh corn gives these pancakes a savory-sweet flavor that shines when paired with a creamy cashew sauce and shiitake bacon.
6. SOUTHWESTERN SWEET POTATO PANCAKES
This recipe takes the southwestern flavors of scallions, diced green chiles, corn, and cilantro and puts them in pancake. in a fun finger food. Pair with a yummy avocado-yogurt dipping sauce.
7. GLUTEN-FREE VEGAN SAVORY PANCAKES
These vegan, gluten-free pancakes include garlic, chipotle, and pepper for a savory kick. Whip up with a delicious tofu scramble, and breakfast is served.
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