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Celebrating our beloved Pancakes!

February 24, 2021

There can be some hardship in everything, except for in eating pancakes.

( That includes writing this blog too ;) )

Ever wondered if pancakes have a day dedicated to it all around the world? Guess what? There is!

Light, fluffy, comforting, and delicious, pancakes are one of the best choices when it comes to breakfast meals or evening snacks, and even for ‘breakfast-for-dinner’ options. These fluffy cousins of crepes are very versatile from being sweet to salty, to crisp and chewy and take the place of being an ever-favorite, easy-to-make dish for all. But, that’s not all about pancakes. 

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These delicious snacks can be prepared quite easily. Another add-on to the list is that you can prepare it with fruits, vegetables, cereals, and many more ingredients. Here are a few Cloudnine special recipes for your pregnancy cravings or your budding toddlers and kids to keep them healthy and incorporating variety onto their plate as well.  Adults can also dig in and enjoy these interesting recipes. 

On Cloudnine, we’ve created excellent pancake recipes with a perfect and delicate balance of nutrition and taste, just for you.

This National Pancake Day, we bring you some really easy-peasy and quick pancake preparations to enjoy your snacks-time with something flavourful and with a splash of nutrition for your wellbeing.

These are our mouth-watering pancake recipes :



  • Shredded carrots - 25 g
  • Boiled green peas - 25 g  
  • Grated onions - 25 g 
  • Grated tomato - 25 g 
  • Chopped mushrooms - 25 g 
  • Cilantro - ½ cup 
  • Besan/chickpea flour - ¼ cup 
  • Salt 
  • Pepper
  • Coriander powder
  • Beaten egg - 1 
  • Baking powder - 1 tsp. (optional)


  • Heat oil in a pan. Add in the chopped mushrooms and sauté for 2-3 minutes until the mushrooms shrink and are cooked. 
  • Toss in the shredded carrots, boiled peas, and remaining vegetables and cook for a minute. 
  • Season the veggies with little salt and pepper. 
  • In a mixing bowl, whisk together besan flour, salt, coriander powder, and baking powder. Add in the veggies and the beaten egg to whisk together. Do not over-mix. Add in the cilantro leaves. 
  • Heat a non-stick pan and brush it with ghee. Add one ladle of the above mixture. Cook it on medium flame. Let it turn golden brown on both sides. 
  • Serve it with any hot chutney or any condiment of your child’s choice. 

This makes an amazing healthy breakfast or dinner recipe for the kids and an easier way to tug in all the nutrients. Can be given for children above 11 months till any year. 


Nutrient content: 

  • Energy - 178 kcal 
  • Carbohydrates - 11 g 
  • Protein - 13  g 
  • Fat - 23 g
  • Calcium - 94 mg 



  • Beetroot - 1 small 
  • Whole wheat flour - ½  cup 
  • Jaggery powder - 2 tbsp. 
  • Cocoa powder - 2 tbsp. 
  • Milk - 1 cup 
  • Egg - 1 
  • Baking soda - a pinch 
  • Salt - a pinch 
  • Vanilla extract - 1 tsp.
  • Date syrup/ honey - 1 tsp. 

Recipe :

  • Pressure cook or steam the beetroots, and after they are cooked, puree them in a blender until smooth. 
  • In a mixing bowl, add whole wheat flour, cocoa powder, milk, jaggery powder salt, and baking soda. Mix well. 
  • Add milk, egg, butter, vanilla extract to another bowl and mix well with a whisk. 
  • Combine both the ingredients along with the beetroot puree. 
  • Heat the pan and pour in the mixture from the ladle and cook well until they turn golden brown on both sides. 
  • Serve it with a dash of honey or date syrup. Sprinkle some nuts on top of it to add some crispness to the pancake. 

This sweet pancake makes for a delicious evening snack or dessert option. This can be given to toddlers and kids. It’s rich in iron, folic acid, protein and is a good substitute for a boring menu. 

Nutrient content: 

  • Energy - 428  kcal 
  • Carbohydrates - 112 g 
  • Protein - 20   g 
  • Fat - 14 g
  • Calcium - 208 mg 
  • Iron - 14 mg
  • Folate -  135 mcg 


  • Oats - 100 g 
  • Banana (overripe) medium-sized - 2 
  • Salt - a pinch 
  • Nuts - fistful 
  • Berries - few 


  • Grind the oats into a fine texture. Add in the chopped bananas and salt to this, and grind well. 
  • Add water little by little and bring the batter to pancake consistency. 
  • Brush some butter on the pan and pour the batter. 
  • Cook on medium-low flame until they turn golden brown on both sides. 
  • Top it with some nuts, berries, and more chopped bananas. Drizzle in some honey and serve it not. 

Makes a yummy breakfast or evening snack for the kids. Can be given for toddlers after 8 months till any year. Rich in calories, potassium, and antioxidants and this makes a good energy-dense meal. 


 Nutrient content: 

  • Energy - 565 kcal 
  • Carbohydrates - 87 g 
  • Protein -  17 g 
  • Fat - 14 g
  • Calcium - 58 mg




  • Millet of choice - ¼ cup 
  • Ragi flour - ¼ cup 
  • Egg - 1 
  • Jaggery powder -2 tsp. (optional) 
  • Ghee - 2 tbsp. 


  • Add the ragi flour, millet mix, and beaten egg into a bowl. Mix it well. 
  • Add water as per consistency to get a lump-free mixture.
  • Add jaggery powder to the pancake mixture and mix it well. 
  • Heat a pan with ghee and add a ladle of the above mixture and cook well on both sides. 
  • Drizzle the pancake with some date syrup and serve it hot. 

The nutritious pancake is ready to be given to toddlers and kids.!


Nutrient content: 

  • Energy - 281  kcal 
  • Carbohydrates -  39 g 
  • Protein - 11  g 
  • Fat - 8 g
  • Calcium - 134 mg 



  • Bananas ripe - 1 
  • Spinach - ½ cup 
  • Beaten Egg - 1 
  • Whole wheat flour - ½ cup 
  • Milk - 1/4th of a cup 
  • Coconut oil - 1 tsp. 
  • Greek yogurt – ½ cup 
  • Fresh fruits - a handful 



  • Add all the ingredients and blend them until a smooth batter is formed. 
  • Heat the coconut oil over the frying pan and pour the mixture with a ladle. 
  • Cook well on both sides. Flip only after the bubbles come on one side. 
  • Serve them with greek yogurt and fresh fruits.

Makes a healthy meal which can be opted for breakfast and dinner. It is an easy way to make the kids eat the greens as well. Can be given for children above 9 months.


Nutrient content: 

  • Energy - 313  kcal 
  • Carbohydrates - 37  g 
  • Protein - 17  g 
  • Fat -  10 g
  • Calcium - 216   mg 

Celebrate international pancake day on Cloudnine mom’s community with these yummy and healthy pancakes with your family. 

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Happy Pancake Snacking! 

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