Black Bean Pancake Stacks with Mango Cream Filling

Every meal has a story; A story of where it came from, where the idea of its creation manifested.

Some meals have a background based on culture and traditions. Others come into being through creativity and innovation.

Dishes spring from inspiration and ideas of past opuses.

And some meals are a compilation of the lack of grocery shopping and pantry-diving. Like this one.

Although, the story of this meal came from a rumbling tummy, a mountain of ripe mangoes, and a can of black beans…

It was also created via some pretty inspiring meals.

Black Bean Pancake Stacks with Mango Cream Filling

Pancakes:

Yields: 1-2 servings, about 6 mini pancakes

  • 1/2 cup black beans (canned/cooked)
  • 2 heaping tbsp hemp protein powder, chocolate flavored (or protein/flour of choice)
  • 1/4 cup egg whites
  • 1/4 cup almond milk
  • 1/4 tsp baking soda
  • 1/8 tsp sea salt
  • 16 drops Stevia (I used 8 drops chocolate, 8 drops vanilla creme)

Blend the black beans, protein powder, egg whites together, and almond milk together in a blender, until smooth. Add in remaining ingredients, mixing to combine.

Heat a nonstick pan on high heat for several minutes. Reduce heat to medium just before spraying with cooking spray (or butter), and dropping spoonfuls of batter onto pan.

Mango Cream Filling:

  • 1 ripe mango, peeled and chopped into small pieces
  • 1 cup yogurt of choice (dairy free, Greek, coconut, soy, cashew, etc)

Combine chopped mango and yogurt in a bowl. Mix. Done. 😉

To assemble:

Place one pancake on a plate. Top with mango cream filling. Repeat as desired. Sprinkle with cinnamon and extra mango pieces.

(pancake profile, without mango filling: 3 pancakes = 132 calories, 1.4 g fat, 12.5 g protein, 17 g carbohydrates, 0 g sugar)

Eat, enjoy, share, and be nourished.

What is your story today?

 

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22 thoughts on “Black Bean Pancake Stacks with Mango Cream Filling

  1. These look absolutely amazing. I love the idea of using black beans in pancakes and the mango creme sounds delicious. Definitely going to have to try this one!

  2. I can’t tell you how delicious this recipe is….I couldn’t stop licking the batter! It was a great chocolate recipe for Valentine’s Day (packed with protein!) Although, I may have to make these a lot more often…they’re THAT good.

    Thanks 🙂

  3. I made nasty gluten-free baking mix pancakes this morning before I skimmed my google reader. MISTAKE! I totally had all the stuff for these! Breakfast tomorrow: TBD (To Be Dominated)

  4. I tend to think that some of the best things in life are born of what you happen to have sitting in your pantry. Black bean and mango? Take me away to a tropical resort, why don’t you?

  5. Black beans in pancakes? WOW. I love mangoes, and I can’t wait for them to get below $2 each again. At which point I will be stocking up!

  6. Love it! Blackbean pancakes – amazing! Brilliant beautiful. I love getting inspired by others and creating a new fun dish 😉 Glad we helped inspire you to create this stack pancakes!!!

  7. I absolutely LOVE this! Incredibly creative!

    My story today is I not only made bread for the first time last night, but it’s gluten-free and absolutely delicious! I have been experimenting with going GF, and my tummy thanks me! 🙂

  8. wow-what a combo of flavors, textures, and food groups. never would have thought of that!
    looks great 🙂
    my story-i always make a pan of roasted veggies in the morning with the intention of snacking on them throughout the day. i always end up eating them in one sitting. LOL! soooo good!!

  9. this is crazy awesome and possibly the most creative recipe I have seen in the blog world.
    today my story isssss I made a quiche with 80 grams of protein and I will probably eat the entire thing today. mmhm.

  10. Sounds yummy–and the visual contrast is just stunning.

    My story today? In Anchorage again, not feeling too well, probably going to teach a poetry class this aft for the first time ever… Otherwise, nothing!
    love
    Ela

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