I love pancakes. I don’t think I’ve ever turned my nose up at them. I like them sweet, I like them savoury, I like both sweet and savoury (bacon and maple syrup in my meat eating days f0r example). Although I’m not vegan (just a veggie) I do eat and try to eat a lot of vegan friendly food and to be honest I feel as if it’s a waste of egg if I use one whilst baking so I never bother and use substitutes instead with great success so far. Anyway I was really pleased with this pancake batter recipe. I’ve tried it with both plain and self raising flour and plain definitely made the better pancakes. They’re seriously easy to make and you can have a plate of them in about 20 minutes.
Vegan Friendly Pancakes
- 1 cup flour
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 2 tbsp baking powder
- A pinch of salt
- 1 cup soya milk (could use any other dairy free milk or even water at a push)
- 2 tbsp vegetable oil
To be honest there’s not much needed in terms of instructions. All I did was stick my frying pan on the hob (the hotter the pan the better the pancakes), whilst I mixed all of the dry ingredients together and all of the wet ingredients together. Once I’d done that I whisked everything together until my pancake batter was nice and silky smooth.