By Wish I Could Cook on March 23, 2009
Photo by Prose
Photo by Prose
"I found this recipe in the 2009 Vegetarian Journal (Issue One). I just made it this morning and it makes light, fluffy, melt-in-your-mouth delicious pancakes. Silly me for using boxed mixes all these years! I'm sure you could substitute cow's milk if you don't have soymilk."
Serving Size: 1 (313 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Amazing. Added 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg and used rice milk, not soy. Also switched the fruit to blueberries. Probably my favorite vegan pancake recipe so far, and I have tried too many! Hope it turns out this good with whole wheat flour....."
"Good. I made these gluten and corn free using a buckwheat pancake mix from 1-2-3 Gluten Free (I wish I could find it in stores again, found it at Winners!) I used freshly ground cardamom instead of cinnamon and half & half cream (10%) mixed with water for the soy milk to be soy free of course that makes it not vegan. Served with additional sliced strawberries macerated in a little organic cane sugar, Balkan (thick) yogurt, creamed raw local honey with bee pollen in it and chopped pistachio nuts, yum. Made for Veggie Swap #49 ~ August ~"
"These are so good! The little burst of flavor from the strawberries was delightful, and they add plenty of sweetness. I used gluten free flour to make it gluten free. I had a little problem with sticking in the pan (quite possibly due to the flour sub), so I added a little oil and it worked great. They came out with a golden crispy outside and soft middle - very nice! Thanks for sharing! Veggie Swap 49"
"These were probably the most delicious pancakes I've ever made! And they were easy to make! I used whole-wheat pastry flour. I will definitely make these again."
"Absolutely great! Made these for my parents who are full blown veggies and used soya milk too. Added freshly chopped strawberries and some caster sugar. Made for Veg'N'Swap, Strawberry Fair and Home Style Cooking - very much enjoyed thanks! FT"
"This recipe is so awesome. I have made this several times for my children and it is the perfect amount for all 5 of us to feel satisfied but not stuffed. I have tried putting bananas in them instead of strawberries and then topping with a little brown sugar and it tastes like bananas foster. Such an rich elegant pancake."
"Yummmmmy! This is a great pancake recipe. With melty chunks of strawberry in each pancake, who can resist a third or fourth? I used defrosted strawberries, which I think added to the "meltiness", heehee. I have to say, I didn't find them especially fluffy, but still very good-tasting. Perhaps using some baking soda in place of so much powder would lighten them up. Thanks! Made for Veg'n Swap April '09."