Get your chai latte vibes in these delicious whole wheat flour oat ginger chai pancakes.
Tea vibes in your pancakes. Is that even a thing, I hear you say? Yes it is. It is definitely a thing and wow do these chai pancakes taste every bit delicious. Super cosy and warming perfect for those cold seasons. Or every single season for that matter as they as so irresistible! I’m also using wholesome flours to make your belly grateful.
This is my ideal Sunday breakfast. The gingery chai flavours are just so warming and comforting. I promise, make a stack of these for anyone and they will be very grateful not to mention satisfied. Rather than typical white flour that’s widely associated with pancakes, I used a cup of spelt flour and oats instead.
These really are filling and ideal for a lazy Sunday as they don’t require much work at all. Unless you don’t have a non stick pan, because you may end up trying to rescue a lot of sticky pancakes. Lucky for me I have a wonderful new non stick pan (thanks mum!). It was a lot easier than if I used my PITCH BLACK BURNT UP old pan. I mean it was literally dead. I blame pure laziness for not getting a new one sooner. I was using it for absolutely the longest time without a handle. It really was embarrassing. Come to think of it.. flipping pancakes without a handle for over a year with out a handle is a skill right?
Okay back to these pancakes. The maple cream cheese frosting gave it an indulgent taste which made me feel like I was eating brunch at a fancy cafe/restaurant. But I wasn’t I was chilling at home wearing my Pyjamas watching Real housewives of Atlanta. Bliss.
So if your feeling fancy and want to make your self brunch like pancakes you can. You totally can and you totally should. The recipe and steps to make this are written down below. Enjoy.
Whole Wheat Ginger Chai Pancakes with Cinnamon Maple Cream Cheese
Get your chai latte vibes in these delicious whole wheat ginger chai pancakes
- 1 cup oat flour
- 1 cup whole wheat flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon ground cloves
- 2 teaspoons ground ginger
- 1 1/2 cup milk
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 3 inches fresh ginger - grated
To make cream cheese
- 1/4 cup pure maple syrup
- 1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon
- 200 grams cream cheese (I used a small tub of Philadelphia)
Add lemon juice into milk and let sit for 5 mins.
Make your own oat flour - Blend oats into a food processor or blend until the oats have a fine flour texture. Add this flour into a bowl.
Into the oat flour add in baking powder, salt and spices (I planned in putting 1/2 tea spoon of Cardamon but I just ran out so couldn't add it in) Mix until fully incorporated.
In a separate bowl add eggs and milk, grate some fresh ginger about 3 inches worth or to your taste. Also add in oil and honey, mix until fully incorporated.
Blend the wet ingredients together for a couple of seconds or whisk. Lastly add the wet ingredients into the dry, I blended you can also whisk.
Using medium heat add some oil into pan and pour desired amount of pancake batter into pan and flip when bottoms look golden brown. Continue until batter is finished.
To make the maple cream mix all of the ingredients thoroughly until nice and smooth. Add on the side or on top of pancakes. Enjoy!
**To make these into crepe style pancakes simply add more milk or water until you get a thinner consistency**
This looks like the perfect breakfast for a Sunday morning!
Hi Samira yesss I had these on a Sunday and they hit the spot! Thanks for commenting x