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Oh yes you can!
Following a recipe from an old 'housekeeping' book - I modified a non- vegan recipe for basic pancake mixture.

Enjoy these truly decadent pancakes!

This recipe can easily be made gluten free :

* Use a gluten free egg replacer, like Orgran No Egg

* Use gluten free flour

Posted by Veenessar from Ipswich, England, United Kingdom • Published See Veenessar's 19 projects »
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  • Step 1

    *Measure out 100g of plain flour and a large pinch of salt.

    *Sieve these into a large mixing bowl.

  • How to cook a pancake. Vegan Pancakes - Step 2
    Step 2

    Time to use the egg replacer!
    I was able to pick up Orgran Egg Replacer locally.

    Read what it says on the box:

    *Use a mug to do the mixing
    *For 1 whole egg, add 1 tsp of No Egg to 2 tbsp water

  • Step 3

    *Melt 1 tbsp marg

    *Mix the melted marg into the No-Egg mixture in the mug.

    *Combine then add to 137.5 ML of milk.
    (soy milk, rice milk, oat milk- whatever)

  • Step 4

    *Combine the 137.5 ML of milk, egg replacer and melted marg into the dry mix, little at a time.

    *Beat until it becomes thick and creamy.

    Use a whisk or hand blender for this.

    Once combined- add the remaining 137.5 milk to get required consistency.

  • How to cook a pancake. Vegan Pancakes - Step 5
    Step 5

    *Melt some butter in a frying pan (medium heat)

    *Ladle pancake batter into frying pan

    *fry pancake for about 2-3 minutes
    - check the underside before flipping and cooking the other side.

  • How to cook a pancake. Vegan Pancakes - Step 6
    Step 6

    * Repeat above steps until all pancake batter is gone.

  • How to cook a pancake. Vegan Pancakes - Step 7
    Step 7

    Serve with fruit, maple syrup, ice-cream... they're yummy whatever you decide to eat them with!

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Veenessar
Veenessar · Ipswich, England, GB · 19 projects
If you use Vitalite or Pure then it's Vegan. This is what i mean when I say marg/ butter Happy
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FrolleinKram
FrolleinKram · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 132 projects
Just wondering, since when is butter a vegan product?
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