Soy-Nut Pancakes with Strawberry-Banana Sauce

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You can add fresh fruit to the batter and try whipped natural nut butter with a touch of honey in it as a topping.

Nutritional Analysis

Per 3-pancake serving: 221 Calories, 14 g Fat, 1.7 g Sat, 53 mg Chol, 5 g Fiber, 14 g Protein, 17 g Carb, 79 mg Sodium

Per 1⁄2 cup sauce: 66 Calories, 0 g Fat, 0 g Sat, 0 mg Chol, 3 g Fiber, 1 g Protein, 17 g Carb, 3 mg Sodium

Soy-Nut Pancakes with Strawberry-Banana Sauce Recipe

Soy Pancakes

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  • Yield: 3 Pancakes (3 Servings)

You can add fresh fruit to the batter and try whipped natural nut butter with a touch of honey in it as a topping.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. In a blender, combine the banana, strawberries, and honey. Puree for 5 to 10 seconds for a chunky sauce. Set aside sauce in a small bowl.
  2. Without washing the blender, combine the tofu, soy milk, flaxseed, almond and soy flours, baking powder, salt, vanilla, and egg, and mix until smooth.
  3. Preheat a griddle to 400 degrees and lightly brush with grapeseed oil. Pour approximately 1⁄4 cup batter directly from the blender onto the griddle for each pancake.
  4. Cook pancakes until bubbles form on the surface and burst, about 4 minutes. Turn pancakes over and cook about 2 more minutes, until cooked through. Serve 3 pancakes per person with 1⁄2 cup of sauce.

17 Responses to Soy-Nut Pancakes with Strawberry-Banana Sauce

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    maree December 4, 2012 at 7:38 pm #

    Sounds like a great recipe but I am very sensitive to soy. I just can’t eat or drink any soy products, it gives me terrible stomach cramps. What can I substitute for the soy?

  2. Neelam January 26, 2013 at 7:04 pm #

    This was awesome. I seved it with extra strawberries on it , feast to eyes too. love it

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    Faith January 31, 2013 at 10:16 am #

    I’m a newbie, is this and all the other recipes listed on this site ok for the 12 week part of the diet?

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      Dr. Hyman Nutrition Staff March 8, 2013 at 1:39 pm #

      Hi Faith,

      It depends on which plan you are on and what your ultimate health goals are! For more personalized nutrition advice, Dr Hyman’s nutrition coaching team would be happy to work with you on an individual level to help you reach your goals. To work with the nutrition coaching team please go to: http://www.bloodsugarsolution.com/nutrition-coaching/ OR call (800) 892-1443 to get started.

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    Jenn Mears April 2, 2013 at 2:15 pm #

    I have made these twice and was disappointed both times. The batter was always quite thick, never bubbled prior to the bottom getting slightly burned, so I reduced the heat on the griddle to 350 and cooked longer, but the texture is still off and seems like the inside is a bit gooey and undercooked. Any suggestions?

  5. Stephani May 14, 2013 at 11:59 am #

    Hi, Allergic to soy and do not like tofu, any suggestions for substitutions for these two items?

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      Dr. Hyman Nutrition Staff August 13, 2013 at 5:19 pm #

      Dear Stephani,
      You can sub in almond or coconut meal for the soy flour. Omit the tofu and sub in hemp, almond or coconut milk for the soy milk.

      For more personalized nutrition advice, Dr Hyman’s nutrition coaching team would be happy to work with you on an individual level to help you reach your goals. To work with the nutrition coaching team please go to:http://www.bloodsugarsolution.com/nutrition-coaching/ OR call (800) 892-1443 to get started.
      In Good Health,
      The Nutrition Team

  6. Julie Rider July 25, 2014 at 10:29 pm #

    Dr Hyman, I love your work and have followed you for years. However, I struggle to understand why you recommend the use of soy. All the evidence points to inevitable GMO of all soy and the overuse in so many foods makes it too estrogenic for the majority of us…please explain!?

  7. Bina August 3, 2014 at 1:51 am #

    Found you through Mercola. I guess you aren’t anti -soy like the rest of us health fanatics. I would like to know what the case for using this “food” that has been deemed poison by so many alternative health crusaders?

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