Good ol’ Vegan Pancakes!

This week we are going to show you how to make something pretty good and simple and “flip” around the meal of the day!

Usually we make dinner dishes but this week, we want to stir the batter a little bit and go tipsy- turny on this one with………..

PANCAKES! 

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Yes….. indeed….. 

Now these are not going to be regular ol’ pancakes… no ma’am, or sir, or person….. (Okay, I admit using a gendered term was a bit of a mistake here) 

They are going to be vegan for those of you who are looking for a recipe to enjoy pancakes that taste just like- *or even better* than the ones with eggs and milk in them, except want to cut out on those animal byproducts! 

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Ingredient time: 

  • 1 cup flour
  • 2 tablespoons (yes TABLE- spoons) of baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 tablespoon of sugar
  • 1 cup of vegan milk- soy or almond work well
  • 1 tablespoon canola oil (olive is good too) 
  • 1 tablespoon applesauce 
  • 2-4 teaspoons of vanilla 

STEP NUMBER 1: 

Mix all the dry ingredients together– this includes 1 cup of flower, 2 tablespoons- and yes once again TABLESPOONS not teaspoons of baking powder, a pinch of salt and a tablespoon of sugar. 

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Mix this all up

STEP NUMBER 2:

Mix all the Wet ingredients together– Easy as pie- though pie might be more difficult… ha 😛 

Remember, that is 1 cup of vegan milk- i used unsweetened almond milk, 1 tablespoon of canola oil, 1 tablespoon of applesauce (also unsweetened is preferable), 2-4 teaspoons of vanilla- I used 3 because I wanted the pancakes to have a strong vanilla kick, but you may not have the same taste as me. 

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In a separate bowl- Lookin finee  😉

STEP NUMBER 3

Mix the wet and dry ingredients together by adding the wet to the dry until there aren’t any lumps 

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Was a little bit too thick so I added more almond milk
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Much much better!

STEP NUMBER 4: 

Cook on the pan! Add a bit of oil- maybe 1-2 tablespoons to your pan and set your stove to a medium- high heat. after around 2 minutes drop pancake batter onto the pan at desired sizes… Once the pancakes have many little bubbles in them, flip over and cook for another few minutes until ready! 

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Gettin all bubbly
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Prolly’ time to Flip it
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Mucho Perfecto
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Doin’ Four at a time, and making a rhyme!

STEP #5:

EAT! (But not before we first admire it as a huge pancakes stack 🙂 ) 

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So yummm
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Gotta do dat maple syrup!

AAANNND that is all! I hope  you enjoyed these pancakes as much as I enjoyed making them! 

Super easy and 100% vegan! 

As for a rating for this week I mean…….. HOW CAN YOU NOT LOVE PANCAKES…. im going to go all out and say a 5/5 as far as pancakes go! 

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Make sure to tweet @sustainableuofg if you have tried out a meatless monday post of your own (or one of ours) or if you have suggestions for us 🙂 

Goodbye for now, 

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And…. goodbye from the pancakes…..

Iris 

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