Hugo’s rocks for adding this lovely vegan breakfast to their current specials.

'Almond lemon and lavendar vegan pancakes

“Almond, lemon and lavendar vegan pancakes with agave nectar: Just released from our test kitchen and prepared with all organic ingredients- vegan, sugar free, gluten free, wheat free and dairy free. Topped with almonds and agave lavendar lemon syrup.”

These were so delicious. I mean, come on. Totally indulgent yet uber-healthy at the same time. Thank you Mr. Hugo, wherever and whoever you are.

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5 Responses to “Almond lemon and lavendar vegan pancakes”
  1. scott says:

    i haven’t been to hugo’s, but i’ve been to hugo’s tacos and 3 of the 5 times i’ve been there i’ve gotten meat in either my taco or burrito. it makes it hard to trust either place.

  2. FoodEater says:

    Scott: Really? I’ve had the opposite sorts of experiences at both places, finding the food always tasty, fresh and exactly the way I ordered it. I don’t go to the taco stand much anymore though as there was one dude working there who kept hitting on me, making it awkward and eventually unappetizing to go there. I should check back, he’s probably been fired by now…

  3. vegyogini says:

    Wow, those sound and look amazing!!

  4. Deb Schiff says:

    Howdy!
    First time visitor, here. Found you by searching Google for agave nectar. Wish I could visit L.A. just for those pancakes! They look delicious. Going to check out the rest of your blog. Have a lovely day!

  5. FoodEater says:

    Deb: Thanks for stopping by… and I hope you find the agave nectar you’re looking for! Not that you asked, but my favorite is the kind made by Sweet Nectar Farms. It’s organic and somehow they’re able to keep it at only 15 calories per teaspoon, whereas all the other brands I’ve seen are closer to 60. Good stuff I tell ya!

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