*Cauliflower Pancakes

Hi everyone I'm Jim. I've never posted anything here, but I saw this recipe and I thought you all might enjoy it. I got it from this website

they've got a lot more great recipes there.

Cauliflower Pancakes

1 head of cauliflower, washed
4 eggs, organic or free range
Optional: chopped onions, salt and pepper to taste

In a food processor, puree cauliflower, add eggs, and blend thoroughly. Should be light colored and fluffy in texture. Spoon on hot oiled griddle. Brown approximately 4 minutes on each side. Note: make size small, they will be easier to flip.

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Jim, Thanks for the recipe! My husband and I tried these yesterday and really enjoyed them. I served them with red pepper walnut pesto which was excellent with them. I did find them hard to flip so I added a 1/3 of a cup of Millet flour which made them a little easier to work with.
Thank-you L2C. That sounds SO good! I will definitely try making that over the Easter long weekend + red peppers are cheap here at the moment with the end of summer & I've still got the last bits of basil in my garden so this will be a great way to 'use up' end of summer produce.
I haven't made these, but if it were me, I'd compare a waffle recipe to a pancake recipe, figure out the difference and adjust as needed.

I'm quite the recipe experimenter at our house. I did not cook much in the past, but now I just go for it! If the first one doesn't turn out, make pancakes.


Hi Tiajuana,


I might have missed something but above I don't see reference to millet. The recipe is made from eggs and cauliflower and some people added chickpea flour. I imagine you could add some millet and am not sure how that would change the recipe but I think you may have said you can't have eggs. This recipe wouldn't be the same without the eggs which hold it together.


It sounds to me like most people are eating this as a savoury food more than as a sweet, pancake replacement.


Take care,



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