Lemon Zucchini Freezer Pancakes

I love experimenting with different pancake recipes all year long.

But this recipe takes the (pan)cake for the best summer flapjack flavor combination.

And I can guarantee the sweet smell from your kitchen will sell you on these Lemon Zucchini Freezer Pancakes long before you taste them!

 The Best Lemon Zucchini Pancakes | This delicious recipe is perfect for an easy school day breakfast for the kids. These simple from scratch flapjacks are just what you need to make your morning easy. Try freezing half the batch of these healthy, homemade, & whole wheat pancakes to eat later. The combination of healthy zucchini and fresh lemon create a sweet and easy pancake perfect for any family meal!

These delicious Lemon Zucchini Freezer Pancakes are simple to prepare and utilize the abundance of a favorite summer vegetable of mine: zucchini!

Why is it that whether I plant 1 zucchini plant or 10, I always have more than I know what to do with?! But all those zucchinis sitting around sure do inspire me to create some great recipes!

 

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As a side note, I was sort of obsessing over lemons when I created this recipe. You’re welcome. 😉

I get on lemon kicks and I use the juice and zest in everything.

I am so glad I did because it adds a certain brightness to the pancakes that really take them to the next level!

 

 The Best Lemon Zucchini Pancakes | This delicious recipe is perfect for an easy school day breakfast for the kids. These simple from scratch flapjacks are just what you need to make your morning easy. Try freezing half the batch of these healthy, homemade, & whole wheat pancakes to eat later. The combination of healthy zucchini and fresh lemon create a sweet and easy pancake perfect for any family meal!

 

Aside from the fact that this recipe is simple and healthy, it also serves a crowd. However, if you don’t have a crowd to feed, freeze these flapjacks to serve another day. When you are ready to serve, put them in your toaster to quickly warm up!

Having a freezer full of breakfast and snack items is a life-saver when the morning has gotten away from you and the kids are 2.8 seconds away from a “hangry” meltdown.

 The Best Lemon Zucchini Pancakes | This delicious recipe is perfect for an easy school day breakfast for the kids. These simple from scratch flapjacks are just what you need to make your morning easy. Try freezing half the batch of these healthy, homemade, & whole wheat pancakes to eat later. The combination of healthy zucchini and fresh lemon create a sweet and easy pancake perfect for any family meal!

I regularly make extra baked goods like these pancakes to freeze for a quick meal, snack, or lunch box option.

Simply place muffins or pancakes on a baking sheet and place in freezer. When frozen remove from pan and store in a plastic storage bag.

When I freeze granola bars I wrap each bar in seran wrap then place in a plastic storage to store in the freezer.


Here are a few of my favorite freezer-friendly recipes:


CLICK HERE to find the recipe instructions to make these yummy Lemon Zucchini Freezer Pancakes!


Ruth from Living Well Spending Less has graciously featured this recipe on her blog! She focuses on finding “practical solutions for everyday overwhelm” by sharing simple recipes, life, home, and financial tips. I just know you all will love her blog as much as I do!

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 The Best Lemon Zucchini Pancakes | This delicious recipe is perfect for an easy school day breakfast for the kids. These simple from scratch flapjacks are just what you need to make your morning easy. Try freezing half the batch of these healthy, homemade, & whole wheat pancakes to eat later. The combination of healthy zucchini and fresh lemon create a sweet and easy pancake perfect for any family meal!

Sammi Ricke

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Sammi Ricke is a talented cook with a knack for coming up with creative new ways to healthify recipes without sacrificing any of the flavor. Sammi has built a beautiful life with her high school sweetheart and enjoys her primary role as a stay-at-home mom to their two children. If Sammi's not in her kitchen, she's probably exploring a new hiking trail, enjoying coffee with a friend, or binge-watching the latest "Food Network" show on Netflix. Sammi's full Bio.

23 thoughts on “Lemon Zucchini Freezer Pancakes

    1. Oh Sarah, there is absolutely nothing to be scared of with this recipe! 🙂 If you love lemons, you will LOVE this recipe. You will have to let me know what you think after you try them. Blessings!

  1. I am so intrigued by these! Pinning for later when my garden will have an over-abundance of zucchini 🙂 Stopping by from the You Link It, We Make It party.

    1. I am patiently waiting for our abundance of zucchini to come in too 😉 Once it does, I am sure I will be making batch after batch of these delicious pancakes. Our whole family can’t get enough of them! I hope you enjoy them too, Emily.

  2. I’ve featured this post at The Hearth and Soul Hop this week, Sammi! It really is a so helpful to have a freezer full of healthy breakfasts and I just love these Lemon Zucchini Pancakes. Thank you for sharing them with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop.

    1. Oh, wow! Thank you for featuring this recipe, April! Yes, it is so helpful to have baked goods ready to be thawed/reheated for busy weeks or unexpected company. I’ll “see” you soon!

  3. Sigh. I love lemon anything. And zucchini anything. 🙂 I’m gonna have to try these out with gf flour. Thank you so much for sharing them over at Allergy Free Thursdays!

  4. Sammi, I haven’t had a chance to try these yet, but I can’t wait to! I have a feeling they’ll be like zucchini bread in a pancake and that’s just scrumptious! I’m featuring them tomorrow on You Link It We Make it – thanks so much for sharing with us! – Kim @ knockitoffkim.com

    1. Kim, thanks for stopping by! Yes, they are even better than zucchini bread if you ask me! The addition of lemon and then a little maple syrup…ahhhmazing 🙂 I as appreciate the feature this week! “See” you soon!

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