On-the-Go Pancake Tacos, 4 Ways!

It’s been a while since you’ve heard from me and it’s because life is just plain busy! So, something that’s been making it a bit easier is making way more meals with simple ingredients… many of which are able to be eaten without utensils in one hand, like these pancake tacos.
On-the-goPancake Tacos

It’s no secret pancakes are one of my favorite things and I eat them for breakfast regularly. The problem is, with a new baby and a business to attend to, I’m eating a bit more on-the-go than I would like for my favorite meal of the day. While the idea of a pancake taco first hit me when I was pregnant (see first pancake taco ever right below), sleeping terribly, and needed a quick option on the way to teach a college class, it’s become more of a staple in my post-partum diet.

One breakfast taco isn’t enough though. Life gets boring unless you change up ingredients! Here are 4 of my favorite combinations I’ve eaten thus far. They each include fruit as well as a creamy and crunchy topping. Need a taco preworkout? Go a bit lighter on the nuts and volume of fruit. Need one that’s more filling? Use a protein pancake as a base or have a hard boiled egg on the side! The possibilities are endless, but here’s the combos that speak to me most:

Banana Peanut Butter Cacao

Blueberry Cashew Cream

Almond Raisin Hemp Granola

Strawberry Yogurt Pecan

Let me know, what would your perfect pancake taco be filled with?

On-the-Go Pancake Tacos


  • Recommended pancake recipe: Buckwheat oat pancakes
    • The batter can be made ahead, then stored in your refrigerator in a tightly sealed container.
  • Option 1
    • 1 small banana, 1 tbsp peanut butter, 1 teaspoon cacao nibs, 1 tsp shredded unsweetened coconut
  • Option 2
    • 1/3 cup blueberries, 1 tbsp cashew butter, 2 tbsp coconut whipped cream (or regular whipped cream)
  • Option 3
    • 1 tbsp almond butter, 2 tbsp raisins, 2 tbsp granola, 1/2 tbsp hemp seeds
  • Option 4
    • 1/3 cup sliced strawberries, 2 tbsp chopped pecans, 2-3 tbsp plain or vanilla yogurt


  • Pour a heaping half cup of batter into a pan, over low-medium heat.
  • When bubbles begin to form, flip over, cover with a lid and turn off the heat. This retains more moisture so it folds more easily into a taco shape without breaking.
  • After 2-3 minutes, remove lid and place in a small bowl to form a bit of a taco shape.
  • Fill with preferred ingredients and eat on the go!

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