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Best Tasting Pancakes Ever! Vegan or Otherwise

What you need: 

1 teaspoon vanilla
1 egg replacer (
1 cup nondairy milk (I use soy)
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 cup white all purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons sugar

What you do: 

1. Mix wet ingredients in a medium sized bowl. Mix dry ingredients in a larger bowl.
2. Pour wet ingredients into dry; mix well until smooth consistency.
3. Drop ladlesful onto medium heat (preheated) pan. Flip over when each pancake begins to bubble on top.
Serve with vegan buttery spread (if desired) and maple syrup.'

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I made these for my parents yesterday.  Like some others have said, they were thinner than most pancakes I've had, but that is kind of why I wanted to make them.  I often find really fluffy pancakes are "too much."  Anyway, I made a couple slight changes.  I used a banana for the egg replacer.  My dad likes strawberry pancakes, so I pureed some strawberries with the banana.  They were fantastic!  Instead of syrup we melted some strawberry jam with earth balance and drizzled on top.  Yum! 


These pancakes are delicious!
I used Earth Balance in place of the oil and they came out nice and buttery tasting.


Love em"!!
I made these with 1 banana and yummy I did'nt even use syrup.  I just stood at the stove and ate them as they came out of the pan.  :)>>>


Mmmm... so simple, but so delicious. I halved the recipe, used 1 tbs agave nectar instead of 1.5 of sugar, used Ener-G egg replacer, and threw in a few chocolate chips.
these pancakes + ice coffee = best vacation breakfast to date.
Thank you for the recipe!


This was delicious! I used maple syrup as the sweetener and added cinnamon to it. I also used flax as the egg replacer. Delicious! I will be using this again! :)>>>


I have tried several vegan pancake recipes and am usually disappointed. Most vegan pancakes are too dense or too mushy on the inside and burnt on the outside or taste like corn fritters.  Nice medium temperature is key with pancakes, especially when the initial batter goes in.  I followed what others mentioned and used a banana for the egg and rice milk instead of soy.  These were great thanks.


I've made these pancakes a few times and LOVE them.  My non-vegan husband loves them as well.  I followed the recipe exactly, using Ener-G egg replacer, but plan on trying some additions for variety next time as suggested in previous posts.

I used a cast iron skillet which I sprayed very lightly with Pam before pouring each new pancake.  It was difficult to tell when to turn them as mine didn't bubble up either, so I kept a close watch by sliding a spatula underneath the edge of the pancake and turning it up just a little bit to peek.


ok, I have problems with this recipe.

First was VERY tasty and I will give it that.

However, I had so many problems with the batter. I don't regularly make pancakes but I had just made pancakes last week with a different recipe that had turned out I thought I would be able to handle this recipe just as well.

The batter stuck to all of my non-stick pans and I had to soak them all to get the stuff off. At first I could not flip them at all, they just fell apart. So, what I did is I added more flour to make the batter thicker, added more banana and more baking powder. Even then, they stuck really easy. I had to coat my non-stick pan with a fair amount of oil to keep them from sticking and kept having to re-apply it between pancakes.

It was worth it however as the pancakes were very tasty. I tried adding some blueberries to a few but decided they tasted great with just the banana and some cinnamon.

P.S. I did not use vanilla as I think it's overrated.


does anyone know about how many pancakes this recipe makes?
i quadrupled the dry ingredients to bring camping (yay!) and i have about 7 people to feed, half of which are hongry hongry men. granted, there will be hash browns and whatnot but i'm a disposal myself and could take down at least 3 pancakes without batting an eyelash......  but i would rather have leftovers than not enough :>


These are the yummiest pancakes, and this is my number one way of making them now!



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