Best Pancake Recipe Arrives At Church

I like pancakes and have enjoyed 'em the world over. Surprise!—I found the best pancake recipe yet at our local church. . .

At our church in Muscatine, Iowa we enjoy a continental breakfast in the back of the sanctuary every Sunday morning. This guy named Brian has a penchant for making and serving pancakes for everyone. He goes around bragging in a good-natured way about how healthful his pancakes are. "No sugar in 'em!" he announces every time.

He's right. This recipe for pancakes uses honey for sweetener. With grassfed eggs, grassfed milk, olive oil instead or corn oil, and whole wheat flour, it's got to be one of the finest pancake recipe from a health standpoint. As far as taste, it's just plain yummy!

It's a quick and easy, basic pancake recipe that anyone can make in jiffy. Brian mixes it in the church kitchen, brings the cakes upstairs, and serves them hot before people go to classes.


1 cup whole wheat flour
1 cup unbleached flour
1 Tablespoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons honey
2 cups milk, preferably grassfed
¼ cup olive oil
2 eggs, preferably from free-range hens


Mix all ingredients together in a large mixing bowl.

Pour mixture onto heated griddle to make 3-5 inch size pancakes. Brown on each side. Remove from griddle and serve with butter, syrup, jelly or any toppings of your choice.

At grassfed recipes, we urge everyone--rich and poor alike--to enjoy meat, milk and eggs laden with cancer-busting CLA and heart-healthy omega 3's. Grassfed products may not be for everyone but we've all got to get our omega 3's somewhere. V-pure omega 3 all-vegetarian caplets from algae may be the best source for some.

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