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Fluffy Gingerbread Pancake

gingerbread pancake on a plate.When it’s time for breakfast I mostly think eggs or pancakes, today it’s going to be pancake, but it’s not the usual one. Gingerbread pancake flavored with cinnamon and ground ginger.

gingerbread pancake  garnished with blueberries. In my humble opinion, people love pancakes because not only it’s fluffy and light like a cake, but you can change its flavor by drizzling it with your favorite syrup, honey, chocolate sauce, or even serve it with fruits. Oh, and let’s not forget the butter.

pouring syrup on gingerbread pancake To be creative with pancakes, all you have to do is think of it as a cake, every flavor you can add to a cake, you can add the same flavor or even ingredients in pancake. This Gingerbread pancake tastes like Gingerbread cookies.
gingerbread pancake with melting butter on top.You have to be careful when making the pancake batter, do not to over mix it, otherwise you won’t get a fluffy and light pancake.

Cutting through gingerbread pancake Gingerbread pancakes are not only delicious, but very light and go so well with any sauce or syrup you wish to use. Try it and tweak it to your liking, have fun with your breakfast 🙂

Gingerbread Pancake
Makes 8 pancakes. 107 calories per pancake.

1 cup all purpose flour

3/4 cup milk

1/2 teaspoon vanilla   

Pinch of salt

1 tablespoon brown sugar packed

2 teaspoons baking powder

1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1 tablespoon honey

1/2 teaspoon ground ginger

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 whole egg

1 egg white

1 tablespoon vegetable oil


– In a bowl, mix all the dry ingredients. Keep aside.

– In a different bowl, mix all the wet ingredients.

– Pour the dry ingredients on the wet, and whisk gently. Do not over mix, and if there are few lumps do not worry about them.

– Heat the pan (I used non-stick pan), add 1/4 cup from the batter in the pan, keep the heat medium low.

– When bubbles appear on the top of the pancake and the bottom is light brown, flip the pancake and cook on the other side for one or two minutes.

– Serve hot, with your favorite toppings.

 Note: Calories calculated for this Gingerbread pancake do not include the fruit, butter, and honey shown in the pictures.


  1. Oh hey, loving your pouring shot! 😉

  2. They look irresistible! Great flavors.



  3. wow these pancakes look really fluffy and soft! I love the warm spices like cinnamon and ginger in the baked goods…definitely will love these.

    • munatycooking

      They were delicious, love the taste of cinnamon and ginger together in these pancakes.

  4. These look SO FABULOUS!!!! Quick question–do you grease the pan when you cook your pancakes? You have the perfectly even brown look to your pancakes that I want!!

    • munatycooking

      Hi Erika, thanks for your kind comment 🙂 .. I use non-stick pan, and never grease it. I found that doing so cook the pancake evenly and give it a good texture too.

  5. Oh yum! Love pancakes and this version looks fantastic. Love that pic of the syrup, beautiful!

  6. These pancakes look so perfect! I would finish all of them 😀

  7. I haven’t tried gingerbread pancakes before, but being a huge fan of ginger in cooking, I will enjoy these pancakes very much! Your photos are sooo gorgeous!!!! Love your videos too!

  8. I love pancakes! You are so right that the flavor possibilities are rather endless. These look awesome.

  9. mmmm….yummy!! I love gingerbread men….I love pancakes….so I know I’m going to love these!! Thanks for sharing. This is really creative!!

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