Vegan Matcha Strawberry Dutch Pancakes

July 26, 2021
Dutch pancakes are a family tradition, a breakfast meal my mom and Oma would whip up on special occasions like birthdays and first days of school.

Often, we'd fill them up with chocolate sprinkles, maple syrup, and butter, or apples and cinnamon. It's one of those breakfast treats you can customize to your particular palate—a blank canvas for any taste bud. The older I got, the more I liked to experiment with the flavors of the pancakes and the ingredients inside. Out of those combinations, the clear winner was my matcha, strawberry, coconut pancakes—a crunchy, sweet, and energizing way to start the day.

Perfect for parties or a lazy Sunday morning, these pancakes are easy to make and a sure fire hit with friends and family alike.
Matcha Dutch Pancakes on a white plate with silverware

Vegan Matcha Strawberry Dutch Pancakes

Recipe Type: Breakfast
utensils YIELDS 6–8 pancakes
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  • 8 tbsp water
  • 4 tbsp egg replacement powder
  • 2 tbsp matcha powder
  • 3/4 cup flour
  • 2 1/2 cup soy milk
  • [optional] strawberries
  • [optional] agave
  • [optional] coconut flakes
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1. Mix the egg replacement powder and water in a bowl. Let sit for 2 minutes.

2. Add matcha, egg replacement mixture, flour, and soy milk to a blender. Blend until combined. Batter should be a soup-like consistency.

3. Heat a large, non-stick pan and pour a scant 1/4 cup of batter into the pan when hot.

4. As soon as the batter hits the pan, twirl and tilt the pan so the batter distributes itself   as a thin layer on the bottom of the pan.

5. Let cook on one side for 1–2 minutes until slightly browned and flip.

6. Repeat until all pancakes have cooked.

7. Add coconut, strawberries, and agave to the center of the pancake to taste.

8. Twirl pancake into a roll and enjoy!

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Dana Drosdick
Dana is a marketer living in Saratoga Springs, NY with a passion for all things related to stewardship, faith, wellness, and personal enrichment. Her work has been featured in various Chicken Soup for the Soul anthologies, The Odyssey Online, and The Banner Magazine. Follow her at @danadrosdick on Instagram for foodie trends, her latest book recommendations, and far too many photos of clementines.


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