Bone broth pancakes

That sounds crazy, doesn't it!? Bone broth pancakes! What is that all about? 
This awesome dish is super easy and quick to make. Ideal for filling with fruits, vegetables and nuts. And because of the nutritiousness a good basis to start your day. 

Pancakes who doesn't love them? When I was a child, we regularly ate pancakes at home, with milk and wheat flour. I loved it, especially with cheese and sugar syrup.

Once I knew I had a intolerance for lactose and gluten, I searched a long time for similar pancakes in terms of taste and texture, which did not come from a package.

For years I made pancakes from eggs, gluten-free flours, vegetable liquids with herbs and spices, they were fine, nice in texture, just not nutritious enough.

Until one day my fridge overflowed with a stock of Bone Broth gelatin! What else could I do with all this, besides soups, sauces and also stews? The freezer was already packed up with them. I was thinking about using the gelatin to make pancakes. It seemed crazy to me at the time, how would that thick gelatin work in a pancake and how would it effect the flavor? But then again, I like crazy cooking! When you heat gelatin from Bone Broth, it becomes liquid. I felt my enthusiasm increase and from that moment on, the Bone Broth pancake has changed my life.


  1. Add all ingredients together in the measuring cup, starting with the liquids (if you start with dry, the flours sticks to the bottom) and mix until smooth. If, like me, you miss the taste of cheese, you can add nutritional (nobel) yeast flakes to your batter.
  2. Heat the baking pan with some oil over low to medium heat. When the pan is hot, pour a spoonful of batter into the pan and swirl it around.
  3. As a topping, I let the honey drip on first and let it run for a while, then decorated the stacked of pancakes with chopped nuts, bluebottle flowers and coconut shavings.

Extra information

  • Bone Broth gelatin has numerous of health benefits, click on the recipe.
    If you don't have oat flour, but you do have oat flakes, you can grind them into flour.
  • Nutritional yeast flakes are made from a deactivated yeast, have a savory taste that is somewhat similar to Parmesan cheese. It contains several B vitamins and also folic acid. Nutritional yeast flakes are an ideal addition to a salad, pasta or in these delicious pancakes. 


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