Classic gluten-free buckwheat pancakes served savory-style with bacon and eggs – a gluten-free, protein-packed breakfast perfect for weekend breakfast or brunch!
Gluten free buckwheat pancakes with eggs and bacon is an incredible sweet, savory, and satisfying breakfast recipe. Also known as the “mancake” in my household (in spite of the fact that I very willingly eat them, too).
Beat it, mix it, heat it, flip it, layer it, ravage.
No ribbons and bows on this stack of flapjacks; this stack is man tested, man approved. Also joyously devoured by moi, this stack has yum all layered up in it for a sweet and savory morning experience to be enjoyed by all.
For the edition of weekend pancakes, I’m focusing on buckwheat flour. Do you know about buckwheat? Cause I didn’t until I did a little research on the internet.
What is Buckwheat?
Buckwheat is tremendously great for you!
Buckwheat comes from a fruit seed and is a relative of rhubarb. What does this mean? No gluten!
Those who include buckwheat in their diet have decreased risk of high cholesterol or high blood pressure and may have increased blood sugar regularity as the body’s insulin response to buckwheat is much lower than its response to refined wheat. Plus it’s high in fiber. The list goes on and on and on.
Layering is smart in the winter and the same can be said about a stack of Mancakes.
Here’s the order of operations: Buckwheat pancake layer followed by fried egg and bacon layer, repeat. How high can you stack ’em?
It’s like Jenga for really delicious pancakes.
More Healthy Pancake Recipes:
- Flourless Oatmeal Banana Pancakes
- Sweet Potato Rolled Oat Protein Pancakes
- Coconut Flour Zucchini Pancakes
- Vegan Lemon Poppy Seed Pancakes
- Paleo Carrot Cake Pancakes
- pure maple syrup
- Combine the egg, milk and oil in a bowl and whisk to combine.
- Add the buckwheat flour, baking soda, salt and baking powder and mix just until incorporated and batter is smooth.
- Allow batter to sit at least 10 minutes (you can make the batter ahead and allow it to sit in the refrigerator overnight).
- Heat a large skillet to just above medium heat, and add enough olive oil or butter to generously coat the surface of the skillet, about 1 tablespoon. Measure out ¼ cup worth of batter and pour in the skillet. Cook until a great deal of bubbles rise to the top of the pancake and the edges firm up. Flip and cook another 30 seconds. Remove from heat and place in a warm oven until you finish cooking the remainder of the batter.
- While cooking pancakes, cook bacon to desired level of crisp. Use the bacon fat for frying the eggs. Layer em and stack em high, son! Drizzle with agave or maple syrup for a sweet and savory meal!