We love pancakes, oatmeal and fruit but can't eat eggs so after trying several eggless pancake recipes, I altered them and created this one. My daughter loves them and will eat 3 pancakes --- she's only 2. Thankfully they are healthy.
My oldest daughter was severely allergic to milk for three+ years, then *poof* the allergy ceased to exist in her system. While she had this allergy, we struggled with Milk-Free recipes/food. I began making nearly everything from scratch. I bought a really great book, The Milk-Free Kitchen, where this recipe is from. We still make these soft, fluffy and delicious pancakes. I will also post the recipe for Milk-Free Blueberry Pancakes.
A seriously delicious recipe. We pick our wild blueberries here in August, and freeze 75% of our pickings. They are smaller (not tiny), making them perfect for these pancakes. Recipe is from The Milk-Free Kitchen.
There's no better way to wake up a camp full of groggy revelers than some lemony pancakes. They taste best with a little playa dust, but work just as well at home!
The key to this recipe is to stir the batter as little as possible (hence the less than 20 turns). The lemon and baking soda react to create air bubbles (remember making a volcano in grade school) and stirring too much will break down the bubbles and give you flat, chewy pancakes.
If you don't have a lemon you can substitute 1 tbsp of apple cider vinegar. You'll lose the wonderful lemon scent, but the chemistry will still work.
A vegan pancake that doesn't double as intestinal glue. These are very versatile and can take anything you throw in them: blue berries, chopped apples, chocolate chips... We have these almost every weekend and they're heaven!
Our Sunday tradition entails that my hubby make waffles for me and the boys (3 and 5). We tried this recipe this morning and it was the BEST waffles he's made by far! This recipe is from Moosewood Resturant and is listed exactly as they wrote it. Here are my adaptions: We omitted the walnuts due to allergies. We used all unbleached flour. We decreased the soy milk by 1/3 cup and added a glob of vanilla yogurt instead. We used sugar instead of maple syrup. Lastly, we doubled the recipe for the four of us because we love leftovers for the next morning! (though I only added one tbsp of oil instead of two) This could be used for pancakes also. Follow-up: since posting this recipe, I tried as pancakes. While the taste was good, I prefer the waffles.