Please don't be frightened.
These are honestly the best pancakes I have ever eaten, and I'm a stickler for traditional recipes.
1 cup flour
1 tablespoon sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 cup soy milk
2 tablespoons vegetable oil.
1. Combine the four dry ingredients in a bowl.
2. Add soy milk and vegetable oil, stir until mixed. I used half regular, half vanilla soy milk. If you don't have vanilla, you can add a splash of vanilla extract.
3. Heat a pan over medium heat, and grease.
4. Spoon mix into the centre of the pan, and sprinkle on a few blueberries. or cooked apple pieces. or strawberry. or whatever the hell you want!
5. Flip when you see bubbles appear, and the underside is brown.
They are honestly so good, and have no cholesterol. You can also keep the batter in the fridge for fresh pancakes every morning!
Recipe from here
I've been looking for an easy recipe for vegan pancakes and think I've just found the one. Thank you. A million thank yous. xxReplyDelete
I made these savoury (and un-veganised them in the process..sorry). I used 1/4 of the sugar, doubled the salt, and put a heaping tablespoon of grated parmesan cheese in with the dry ingredients. All other steps the same. I had mine with Mature White Cheddar style Cheezly, and my boyfriend had his with bacon. So good!ReplyDelete
Soooooo yummy! I added a little vanilla too!ReplyDelete
Thank you for posting such a delish recipe! I used almond milk instead of soy and it was lovely!! Great to have a vegan alternative :)ReplyDelete
Ooh I've only just got access to almond milk - I think I will try it! Thanks for the feedback.ReplyDelete
These are truly beautiful! I have made them with blueberries, and also banana :) I now have my Mum eating them, and also just fed them to my husband, who loved them!ReplyDelete
Thanks for this awesome recipe :)
aren't they amazing! I love them so much, glad you and your family do too!ReplyDelete
OK, so I printed this out about 2 months ago and have been making it once a week since as it's so quick and easy and delicious! I just made one little change to it this week as I'm trying to cut down on sugar - changed the Tbspn of sugar to a Tbspn of agave nectar and only 1 Tbspn of oil and it still tasted great! Thanks so much for introducing me to this recipe xxReplyDelete