These Flawless Feta and Spinach Pancakes are quick and easy. This delicious recipe covers a whole range of important nutrition and health topics!

Feta and Spinach Pancakes

Flawless Feta and Spinach Pancakes – Nutritious and Delicious Recipe by Dave

We love feta and spinach pancakes. In fact, we love all pancakes. Part of the appeal is that we can make them just how we like – with whatever toppings we’re in the mood for.

Sometimes, just sometimes, we decide we don’t want to be naughty and smother our pancakes in maple syrup and peanut butter (although that does rock). Sometimes we decide we want to get some extra nutrients in a tasty way.

It does just that. In fact, when broken down, feta and spinach pancakes are an incredibly nutritious meal.


Feta and Spinach Pancakes – the breakdown

First and foremost – spinach. Spinach is packed with iron. We need iron and if we don’t get enough we can feel weak, tired, and sluggish.

Iron is critical and it’s important to make sure we get enough – vegetarians and vegans need to pay particular attention.

Why do vegans and vegetarians need to be extra careful? Iron found in animal sources (heme iron) is quite readily absorbed by the body. Non-heme iron (plant sources) is not so well absorbed.

To that end, veggies and vegans need to eat more iron – and when possible, help the body absorb it. Vitamin C helps the body to absorb iron, and luckily, spinach is naturally high in Vitamin C. A well-thought-out combo indeed.

Conversely – caffeine hinders iron absorption. So swap that cup of coffee for a small glass of orange juice with dinner!

Eggs – good or bad?

These feta and spinach pancakes contain eggs and feta. Eggs have been through the mill in terms of nutrition and health.

However, it is now generally well-accepted that eggs are nutritious and healthy, and are excellent sources of protein and B Vitamins.

Once again this is especially important for vegetarians as meat and fish are generally the best sources of protein and Vitamin B12 in particular.

Feta and Spinach Pancake

Feta pulls its weight too – by being relatively low in fat and calories (for cheese) as well as promoting good gut health.

Back to the pancakes! As said, we love these feta and spinach pancakes. Not only are they really nutritious, but they’re also easy and tasty, too. Give them a blast and enjoy the results!

Feta and Spinach Pancakes

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Feta and Spinach Pancakes

Feta and Spinach Pancakes

These Flawless Feta and Spinach Pancakes are quick and easy. This delicious recipe covers a whole range of importantnutrition and health topics!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course healthy food, high protein
Servings 2 Servings
Calories 589 kcal


  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup milk (1 cup = 250ml)
  • 1 cup  whole grain flour (1 cup = 125g)
  • 2 tsp olive oil
  • 16 oz spinach (frozen) (17oz = 500g)
  • 4 oz low fat feta cheese (use regular if you prefer)(4 oz = 120g)
  • salt to taste


For the spinach filling:

  • Get a pot, and heat up the spinach on low to medium heat. Stir occasionally to defrost it quickly. Add some salt to taste.

For the pancakes:

  • In a bowl mix the floureggs and milk together, ideally with a hand blender. Make sure there aren’t any lumps. The batter should be liquidy, so if it is still too “doughy” add some more milk.
  • Add some olive oil to a pan and then pour in the pancake mix. Fry for 3-4 minutes on each side. You’ll get the hang of it quickly.


  • Lay the ready pancake on a plate.
  • Once the spinach is properly heated pour it on one half of a pancake. Layer some feta slices on top and fold the pancake.
  • Enjoy!


You can keep the pancakes in the oven at 100°C if you want to keep them warm.
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Keyword dinner, Feta, High Protein, nutritious, pancake recipe, spinach pancakes

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