Healthy pancakes? Absolutely, with BIORINA!

If you think that the choice to eat healthier will make you forget about pancakes, you’re wrong. Try out buckwheat pancakes.

If you don’t know how to make these pancakes, it’s not a problem. You’ll find a lot of recipes for making dishes of buckwheat flour online. You definitely will find the most suitable recipe (not only for pancakes) for you. Using buckwheat flour, you can make crepe, heart-shaped pancakes as well as other pancakes.

Usually, people who want to lose weight or those who cannot eat dishes made of wheat flour due to various reasons (for example, they do not tolerate gluten) or just are interested in healthier nutrition are looking for recipes with buckwheat.

Healthy “nutritional” changes are very hard to accept for children. “Healthy, a lot of vitamins and microelements” are not persuasive arguments for them. So delicious pancakes made of buckwheat flour can become a perfect compromise between what is delicious and what is healthy. If you serve pancakes in a playful manner, the little ones cannot resist them.

Simple and delicious buckwheat pancakes recipe:


About 130 g buckwheat flour;

2 very ripe bananas;

¾ cup of milk (you can use plant milk as well)

1 tablespoon of flax-seed;

1 spoon of baking powder;

Spices: cinnamon, vanilla, a pinch of salt (it’s a must), ginger, grind cloves.


1Squash bananas well using a fork, add the rest of the ingredients and mix it well. Fry on fat in a pre-heated frying pan. It’s very delicious to eat pancakes with peanut butter, sour cream, jam, berries or fruits.

2You can make delicious buckwheat pancakes without buckwheat flour. You can use leftovers of buckwheat porridge. Put an egg into it, spices, a little flour (not necessarily buckwheat); pour a splash of milk or water to achieve the desired consistency. Grated carrot and onion will be perfect for this mass. If you fry these pancakes on oil and serve them with sour cream or other sauce you like, you’ll have a delicious dish for the whole family and your digestive system will thank you.