Unleavened Breakfast

 
 

During the seven-day Feast of Unleavened Bread, God commands us to symbolize putting sin out of our lives by putting leavening out of our homes. At the same time He tells us to picture putting the righteousness of Jesus Christ into our lives by eating unleavened bread every day of the festival (Leviticus 23:6).

Start your morning with leaven-free pancakes, waffles, crepes, biscuits or popovers - browse the unleavened breakfast recipes tonight for tomorrow's breakfast. If you have any unleavened recipes that you don't see here, please submit them to be added.

A sweet little treat that's easy to make, hard to resist

Preptime - 20 minutes | 1 comments | Rating: 3.333335/5

Fresh apple or pear hidden under a large, baked pancake.

Preptime - 30 minutes | 1 comments |

Blend it up, pour it in and cook! Super easy and amazingly delicious!

Preptime - 5 minutes | 1 comments | Rating: 5/5

Like potato pancakes? You will love these!

Preptime - 15 minutes | 2 comments |

Indulge in this melt in your mouth delicious Unleavened Bread safe pastry.

Preptime - 90 minutes | 0 comments |

These delicious muffins are a great way to start your day during the Days of...

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments |

This recipe makes a very soft cheesy biscuit, which is marvelous for breakfast or...

Preptime - 5 minutes | 0 comments | Rating: 3/5

My mom, Dolores Rhodes, made these every year when I was growing up - we loved them...

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments | Rating: 3.6/5

A thin and delicate pancake. Delicious when topped with fresh fruit and whipped cream...

Preptime - 30 minutes | 0 comments | Rating: 4/5

Tender and flavorful waffles, great with chocolate chips, as an extra special treat...

Preptime - 30 minutes | 0 comments | Rating: 5/5

Tender, eggy pancakes stuffed with a lightly sweetened cheese filling.

Preptime - 30 minutes | 0 comments |

Tender eggy crepes, lightly sweetened, and delicious.

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

A crispy and delicious potato "pancake". Great with sour cream.

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

This lightly sweetened, butter-y sweet cake is served with powdered sugar; it can...

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments |

Golden pancakes (or waffles), with the creamy taste of cottage cheese. Great for...

Preptime - 30 minutes | 0 comments |

An unleavened pancake recipe with a slightly egg-y flavor. Njuta!

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

A delicious, basic pancake recipe. Can easily be modified.

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

A thin cornmeal cake with the "smoky" flavor of molasses

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

A delicious, flour-less pancake, with the heartiness of oatmeal.

Preptime - 15 minutes | 0 comments | Rating: 4/5

A light and airy pastry. Great for dessert or for breakfast!

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

A delicious filled pastry, great fresh, but can be frozen.

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

An airy and creamy version of this light and delicious favorite.

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments |

A light and airy popover with the spice of cinnamon, great served warm.

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments |

A light and airy favorite. Serve piping hot with butter or jam.

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments |

A versatile and delicious crescent roll, great for breakfast or dinner.

Preptime - 30 minutes | 0 comments |

buttery, flaky crescent rolls. Great with pasta.

Preptime - 90 minutes | 0 comments | Rating: 5/5

a buttery, flaky crescent roll, with a nutty, slightly spicy flavor.

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments |

Tasty, buttery crescent rolls that divide the work into two days.

Preptime - 30 minutes | 0 comments |

A simple biscuit with ingredients you probably have on hand. Delicious.

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

These bite sized biscuits call for just a few ingredients. Simple and delicious.

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

Tender, delicious biscuits that can be sweet or savory.

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

A delicious biscuit with the sassy taste of cheddar.

Preptime - 30 minutes | 0 comments |

These all-in-one breakfast biscuits are great for busy mornings. Mix together the day...

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments | Rating: 5/5

These tasty biscuits have a savory cheddar flavor. Great served with soup.

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

A delicious and convenient crescent roll, can be made in advance.

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments | Rating: 5/5

A simple unleavened pancake

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments | Rating: 2/5

a tart baked pancake

Preptime - 30 minutes | 0 comments |

a lightly sweetened pancake topped with berries and whipped cream

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments |

A cottage cheese based pancake

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments |

An egg based baked pancake.

Preptime - 30 minutes | 0 comments |

A fluffy, sweet, unleavened treat.

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments |

A savory pancake cooked on the griddle.

Preptime - 20 minutes | 0 comments |

simple, delicious unleavened breakfast bread.

Preptime - 30 minutes | 0 comments |

a light pancake with a sweet and creamy banana sauce

Preptime - 60 minutes | 0 comments | Rating: 5/5

A delicious peach stuffed pancake

Preptime - 45 minutes | 0 comments |
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Is It Leavening?

Leavening Agents

Leaven is any agent that produces fermentation and causes dough to rise, by causing the formation of carbon dioxide gas to bubble into and spread throughout the dough. This is accomplished either chemically (as with baking soda) or biologically (as with yeast).

* Baking Soda: a crystalline alkaline salt that gives off gas when an acid is added. The following are different types of baking soda:

* Sodium bicarbonate, also known as "Saleratus."

* Potassium bicarbonate, or potash.

* Ammonium carbonate, or "baker's ammonia."

* Ammonium bicarbonate, also known as "hartshorn."

* Baking Powder (baking soda + acid-forming ingredients + starch filler).

* Sourdough starter (a wild yeast colony that is maintained with flour and moisture).

* Yeast (a single-celled fungi, used to leaven).



Not Leavening

* Autolyzed yeast: A yeast that has 'self-destructed' and is sterile – incapable of leavening.

* Brewers Yeast: A dead form of yeast that cannot leaven bread; a 'nutritional' yeast.

* Torula Yeast: A dead yeast that cannot leaven bread, considered a 'nutritional' yeast.

* Yeast extract(s): Derivatives of yeast, which are sterile and cannot leaven bread.

* Cream of Tartar: Tartaric acid – potassium bitartrate or potassium hydrogen tartrate. This is an acid used to combine with baking soda. By itself, this is not leavening.

* Tartrate powder: Phosphate powder or sulfate powder – usually added with cream of tartar. By itself this is not leavening.

* Alum: A metallic double salt, usually added with cream of tartar. Most common is sodium aluminum sulfate (SAS or sulfate powder), and potassium aluminum sulfate (or potash alum). By itself this is not leavening.

* Sorbitan monosterate: A flavor and texture enhancer. Not leaven of itself.

* Sodium Caseinate: A milk protein, not a leaven

* Sodium Silicoaluminate: A fine powder that is used to keep cocoa, salt and other products dry, not a leaven

* Polysorbate 60: A preservative; not a leaven.

* Egg whites: Not a leavening agent. While beaten egg white can be stirred into dough, it does not spread through dough as leavening does and is not leavening.

* Steam or air (such as in popovers or angel food cake). The same principle as egg whites (above) applies; there is no leavening agent mixed through the dough.

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