One of the first recipes that I learned to make for Lucas was ricotta pancakes. I love them, because they’re healthy. He loves them because they’re full of berries and he just loves berries.
The basic recipe structure is the same with different types of flour. I’ve tried these with white flour, oat flour, and whole wheat flour, and various mixtures of the above. My personal preference on this is that whole wheat tastes too dense, and oat doesn’t get the right consistently. I like to feed Lucas complex carbs when I can, so this mixture of oat and whole wheat flour is the easiest. As for the honey, just a quick reminder that honey isn’t safe for children under 1, so you can substitute equal parts sugar if needed. I also sub in maple syrup if I am out of honey.