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Vegan Banana Pancakes

What you need: 

1 cup flour
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
dash cinnamon
2/3 cup nondairy milk (I use soy)
1/2 banana, very ripe and mashed
1 teaspoon vanilla

What you do: 

1. Mix flour, vegan sugar, baking powder, salt and cinnamon together.
2. In another bowl, combine all other ingredients. Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and stir well. Add more milk if batter is too thick.
3. Cook on medium-high heat in skillet until browned on both sides.
Serve with maple syrup, icing sugar or jam.

Preparation Time: 
15 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
2-4
Recipe Category: 

SO HOW'D IT GO?

Mmm, these were perfect, I doubled the recipe added a very little bit more baking powder and a couple splashes of soymilk until it was pancake consistancy.

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My kids loved them. In fact, my 8 yr. old son ate his first two without syrup and exclaimed, "These are great!" Thanks for the recipe.

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I copied the recipe as is but just doubled it. I did have to add a whole lot of extra soy milk though because the batter was so thick. My husband says the pancakes were too thick but tasted alright. I thoght they were ok. Next time maybe I'll add an extra banana or even more soy milk.

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these are totally delicious! i followed the recipe exactly, but added a handful of crushed walnuts and served them with some flaked sweetened coconut on top.
yummm. highly reccommend these.

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so i tried to make these pancakes twice. i couldn't get them to cook in the centre. they were all doughy and gooky. i tried to thin them out with lots of soy milk and everything and nothing would work. my friends and i couldn't figure it out. what went wrong? any ideas?

mine came out gookie in the middle too but I really screwed up I didn't have soy milk and I tried using ill never try that one again. I really want to try these they look great but can i make my own soy/rice etc. milk how can I do that?

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this was an amazingly easy recipe to execute.  instead of baking powder, i found that baking soda worked just as well. these tasted just like pancakes, and i was happy to feel good about not eating eggs and butter and stuff. instead of cinnamon, i remmeber adding a little bit of applesauce with cinnamon to even it out. these burned a little when i cooked them, but other than that, i was pleased.

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Here in Tasmania, AUD$3 will get you at least 2, probably 3 litres at any good supermarket.

well, how about paying ~2.5$ for 0.5 litre of Alpro here in Latvia?  :-\

Bleurg.

When it's available, we can get stuff like almond milk for better prices than that (assuming USD$; in fact, usually assuming AUD$).

I guess Latvia has a market somewhere for an enterprising young lass willing to set herself up to make a few hundred litres of nut milks (or the like) every day?

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where are you from that milk is so expensive. here in the usa it's about 3 dollars

Here in Tasmania, AUD$3 will get you at least 2, probably 3 litres at any good supermarket. From a country-store type deli, that's about AUD$5 (www.xe.com/ucc says USD$2.45 and USD$4.09 respectively, AUD's doing fairly well right now).

well, how about paying ~2.5$ for 0.5 litre of Alpro here in Latvia?  :-\

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Threw these together with a few modifications: used an entire small banana instead of half a normal one, had no vanilla so used peppermint essence.

Yes, you may need lots more milk than the recipe mentions else you wind up with stiff glug that turns into muffins instead of pancakes. I assembled mine (as usual) in the ThermoMix so had a graphic demo of how much fluidity was required, & just sloshed some in until is flowed about right.

They tasted delicious, and finished off a cobbled-together menu very well.

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where are you from that milk is so expensive.

Profile says Latvia.

Some odd things can get very expensive in those corners of northern Europe. Don't know for sure, since I'm not Latvian. Closest friend to there is Romanian, and I'm from sunny Tullah in Tasmania (and born in Canada), so treat this as nearly-rumour.

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