Fruit Filled Clean Eating Pancakes Recipe


Yes! You read that right it says clean eating pancakes recipes. I know, I know when you think of clean eating you don’t exactly think of pancakes. I promise you it is still possible to eat clean, organic and healthy while still enjoy soft, sweet pancakes! These tasty treats are made with whole, multi grains and the sweetness comes from fruit that is baked right inside. These are so good you won’t even need maple syrup.  My oldest son likes to just put peanut butter on his and eat while my daughter likes to do a spoon full of greek yogurt as a substitute for whipped cream.

  • 1/2 cup of oatmeal
  • 1/4 cup of wheat germ
  • 1 cup of whole wheat flour
  • 1 cup of milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 teaspoons of baking powder
  • 1 tablespoon of vanilla
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon of cloves.
  • fresh or frozen fruit of choice. I used pineapples.

Mix all the dry ingredients together. Beat eggs, vanilla and milk together; mix into dry ingredients.  Grease a frying pan and warm up on stove top on med heat. Pour about 2/3 cups of batter into the pan in a circular motion. Place your fruit of choice onto the top of the batter.


Allow to cook until the tops bubbles or about 3-5 min. Flip and allow to cook another 3-5 mins. Makes about 5 pancakes.


Sweet, tasty fruit filled pancakes.  For more clean eating breakfast recipes that will surly please, just go to the categories tab and check them out! Comments, questions or concerns drop them below! XOXOXO

Fruit Filled Clean Eating Pancakes Recipe
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5 Comments on Fruit Filled Clean Eating Pancakes Recipe

  1. Love your website, especially the beautiful roses. Roses are my favorite flower, maybe yours as well?

    I did save your pancake recipe to share with my friends and family, I am gluten-free due to health problems but my friends and family will go crazy over your pancakes. The photographs are just mouth watering, oh my I am getting so hungry got to go find something to munch on.

    • Thank you so much! Yes , roses are my favorite flower and red is my favorite color. You can make this recipe gluten free by replacing the flour with pat flour or coconut flour. I hope your family enjoys these pancakes as much as mine does. Let me know how they turn out for you.

  2. Barb,

    Hmmm… I’ve read that wheat isn’t exactly the best for our health. Compared to the available alternatives, wouldn’t almond flour or coconut flour be a healthier and cleaner option? Just my opinion because I don;t think wheat is the best choice of flour in this instance. I’d like to know what your thoughts are though.


    • The type of wheat flour and quality you use determine how well it is for our health. If you use a high quality, organic (usda certified) whole wheat flour then it is great for our health. You can use whatever flour you see fit to make this recipe ,but i wouldn’t consider almond or coconut flour to be a cleaner option as they go through far more processing to create the flour then whole wheat does. All clean means is very minimal to no processing. Examples anything in a box, can or bag. some exceptions to this rule is vegetables (in bags) fruit (in bags) and flours , etc. I hope this has helped.

  3. Certainly an eye-catching and beautiful opening page. It instantly gets attention and creates curiosity. “What is this all about? It could be a little shorter, so that there is space to have a few words that tell a story.
    The illustrations are inviting and tempting. I feel there could be a little more product information to balance the illustrations. Beautiful and tempting website.

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