Easy Sourdough Pancakes

Easy Sourdough Pancakes


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Easy Sourdough Pancakes Recipe

You’ll love these super easy-to-make, nourishing and delicious sourdough pancakes. This recipe calls for one Jesha’s Bakery Sourdough Pancake & Waffle Mix and a few simple ingredients you probably have in your kitchen right now; eggs, water or milk, and oil. Our mix is crafted with a nutrient-rich blend of ancient and heritage whole grains that have been naturally fermented with sourdough culture; a traditional process that unlocks vitamins and minerals, increases nutrient absorption, and improves the digestibility of grains.

Pancakes with Pad of Butter

When it comes to breakfast, there’s really nothing better than a warm stack of homemade pancakes, fresh off the griddle (or frying pan), and these sourdough pancakes are our go-to recipe. We're talking golden brown crispy edges, absolutely bursting with flavor, and a light and fluffy texture that’s ideal for soaking up maple syrup and melty grass-fed butter. 

    Since these pancakes are made with high-quality stoneground flour, they’re the perfect way to add superior flavor and exceptional nutrition to your morning pancake routine. They also happen to be an excellent pre or post-workout meal because they’re loaded with protein, dietary fiber, and healthy complex carbs. Just what you need to fuel your lifestyle, any day of the week. 

    Plus, there are zero grams of sugar in this mix, so it's great for topping however you like. Maple syrup and butter, almond butter and raw honey, fresh fruit, the options are endless.  

    Sourdough pancakes with fork
    100% Activated Grains

    Our Sourdough Pancake & Waffle Mix is made with 100% activated grains. In order to nourish us best, grains benefit from going through a natural activation process to unlock vitamins and minerals, increase nutrient absorption, and improve digestibility.

    Why Activated Grains? Enhanced Nutrition, Optimal Nourishment, and Gut Health.

    Whole grains are an excellent source of protein, complex carbohydrates, dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals, like B-Vitamins, iron, zinc, and magnesium, polyphenols, and antioxidants. They contain an amazing array of macro and micronutrients. But grains also contain enzyme inhibitors that prevent nutrient absorption, and they’re composed of highly complex starches and proteins (like the notorious gluten) that can be difficult for our bodies to break down and digest. This is why human cultures all over the world, and over the course of thousands of years, developed brilliant techniques to “activate" grains. Activation uses traditional methods to transform grains into a more nutritious and digestible state.

    At JB, activating grains is at the heart of what we do. We employ a slow, 24-hour natural fermentation with sourdough culture. This ancient practice harnesses the power of microorganisms to neutralize phytic acid and other anti-nutrients present in grains, increase the bioavailability of vitamins and minerals, improve nutrient absorption, and break down complex starches and proteins (like gluten) to support healthy digestion. 

    Sourdough pancake pieces on fork

    What Ingredients You'll Need to Make Our Easy Sourdough Pancakes

    Pancake with butter

    How to Make These Easy Sourdough Pancakes

    1. In a medium-sized bowl, whisk together eggs, water, and oil. 
    2. Pour in ⅔ cup of Jesha’s Bakery Sourdough Pancake and Waffle Mix
    3. Stir until just combined. No need to over mix here. 
    4. Preheat a greased skillet over medium heat. Use a pat of butter to coat the pan. I like to hold a stick and just lather up our cast iron. But you can also throw a pat onto the hot pan and tilt from side to side to swirl it around.
    5. Pour batter onto the hot pan, using roughly 3 tablespoons of batter per pancake. Cook for 1-2 minutes, until the edges become dry and bubbles form on the surface. Flip and cook for another minute or more.
    6. To serve, stack the pancakes on a platter. Enjoy with maple syrup, grass-fed butter, fresh fruit, or any of your favorite go-to pancake toppings. 
    Want to Keep Your Pancakes Warm While You Cook the Rest?

    Before you start baking, preheat the oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. As each batch of pancakes comes off the pan, toss them onto a regular sheet pan and keep them in the oven until you're ready to serve. 



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