These pancakes are incredibly delicious, moist yet fluffy and a healthy alternative to traditional ones. They are vegan, can be made gluten free and are a pretty shade of pink...what's not to love! 


Prep: 5mins 

Cook:10 mins 

Serves: Makes around 12 depending on the size of the pancakes  



175g plain flour 

1tsbp cornflour 

½ tsp baking powder

1 beetroot cooked (not pickled) 

300ml dairy-free milk 

2tbsp vegetable oil plus extra for frying 

1tbsp sweet syrup e.g. maple 

3tsp vanilla extract 






1. Put all ingredients into a blender, cut up the beetroot before adding to make it blend easier. 

2. Use little oil on a stick proof pan and cook on a low to medium heat add 2tbsp of the batter to the pan and fry on each side for 4-5minutes.



 3. Cook batter in the pan until bubbles form on one side then flip it over to cook the opposite side. The vibrate pink colour will die down. 

4. Serve with berries, banana and dairy free yoghurt or syrup if you like! 



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