Cookie Dough Almond Pancakes | Vg, GF #RecipeADayMay

Hey everyone, welcome to day four of recipe a day May. Today I’m making almond pancakes. I’m not sure what I’m categorising these as. To me, pancakes are a breakfast food no matter how sweet, but this batch of deliciousness is definitely more of a dessert item.  

For a minute there, I didn’t think this batch was going to happen today. I had to make them twice. I got this idea back when I made my caramel slices, the flour combination is the same as the one I used for the base and at the time I couldn’t help but think it would make a perfect pancake. Pancakes are one of my favourite foods, so my brain automatically thinks ‘can this be a pancake’ when I make something. 

Anyway, I wanted to give it a go. I initially followed the recipe for my buckwheat pancakes, just changing the flours. That failed, the density of the almond flour meant the texture was off despite tasting brilliant, if I do say so myself. Don’t worry though, a slight change to the flour to milk ratio and a bit of added oil and I got exactly what I was hoping for.  

almond pancakes

This recipe is gluten free, dairy free, vegan, soy free and contains a hell of a lot of nuts. 

Serves: 5 small pancakes  



  • ¼ cup almonds 
  • ¼ cup GF oats 
  • ½ cup almond milk 
  • 1 flat tbsp baking powder  
  • ½ tbsp brown sugar  
  • 1tsp vanilla extract 
  • ½ tbsp sunflower oil  


  • 20g dark chocolate  
  • 1 tbsp almond butter  
  • Plus syrup to taste  


  1. Add the almonds to a blender/ food processor until a flour has formed. Then add the oats and blend again until flour is fine. 
  2. Sift flour into a mixing bowl along with remaining dry ingredients.  
  3. Add wet ingredients and whisk until smooth. Mixture will be thicker like a cake mix.  
  4. Pour small amount of mixture to a frying pan on medium heat. Cook on one side for a couple of minutes until top layer is bubbling then flip and cook for another on the other side.  
  5. Meanwhile melt the chocolate and almond butter in the microwave for 30 seconds, stir until fully combined.  
  6. When all pancakes are cooked, drizzle the melted chocolate on top and add syrup to serve.  


almond pancakes

Would you make these for one or are you willing to share? 

Until tomorrow,  


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  1. 5th May 2018 / 1:17 am

    Oh my, this looks amazing! Almond pancakes are my absolute favorite! Can I hire you to come and make me food?! Your recipes are always so good!

    cabin twenty-four

  2. 8th May 2018 / 11:17 am

    I don’t eat pancakes very often because they are so much effort but since you mentioned dessert, I am quite tempted to give these a try.

  3. 8th May 2018 / 12:51 pm

    this recipe is looking so good and it is simple to make thanks for sharing the recipe

  4. 8th May 2018 / 1:48 pm

    This looks delicious and so easy to make! Thank you for sharing! Xx

  5. 8th May 2018 / 6:11 pm

    I certainly know how it feels when you have to make a recipe more than once! It happened to me last week! These pancakes look so yummy though. I’m so glad they worked out! xx

  6. 28th May 2018 / 11:23 pm

    These look so tasty, I’m definitely going to make these on my next day off!

  7. 15th September 2018 / 11:35 am

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