Hope that helps! That said, it’s not like you’re a carnist web site bashing vegans. Will definitely be made again over here. Cook for 3-4 minutes more (lowering heat as needed if cooking too fast) or until the underside is golden brown. To up the protein in the pancakes, add some nut butter to the batter. Then waiting maybe five minutes or so per side just until cooked through enough that they can be turned over without falling apart-using care of course not to let them. All Rights Reserved, Stop wondering whats for dinner! If you are making a large batch, you can mix the batter right in the blender for a smoother option. I eat meat and I love coming to your website for a healthy alternatives to meat dishes. They do taste amazing though. I had the same problem as Julia. Thanks so much! I also subbed whole grain flour and they turned out great! Thanks for your support! All other burned or were too dry. Thanks for sharing! Thanks for the kind words, Diane! But we do recognize that a 100% vegan diet does not work for everyone. I have made it with regular all purpose flour, whole wheat flour, almond flour, gluten free flour, coconut flour, and chickpea flour. Also, I’m no pancake pro, but this was quite tasty and I love your new inclusion of 4 and 5 ingredient recipes. Were your bananas nice and ripe and sweet? We haven’t tried that, but have a feeling the texture wouldn’t hold up. Thanks, Bernadette! I haven’t made thus recipe yet , but would dearly love to. Thank you for sharing your tips on making these. The key for me was cooking them on very low heat which is like on low! Perhaps for children as something just very different. Minimalist Baker has never been a strictly vegan blog, nor have we ever stated as such. I am not claiming plant-based living is for everyone, because of variety of factors, including a personal choice. Instead of vanilla, I poured in lemon extract. I thought they were a great way to start off the day and they were very good. I had to add 3 tablespoons of almond milk to make the batter look like the photo but other than that I followed the recipe as is. I thought I was reading the blog title wrong until I saw the photo of the eggs. First time… They took a lot longer to brown on each side than I expected. I made it with almond flour since I didn’t have coconut flour. Glad I put them in the oven to finish, I think makes a difference. Thanks for this recipe! I didn’t use any syrup but had it with berries. Served them with honey and walnuts. xoxo! I was searching for a milk-less recipe since I’m out of my lower calorie almond milk and came across this goodness. Those are good pancakes!! To clarify, just because we will be sharing some recipes that include egg and meat it does not mean animal products solve all your problems. Top them as you please, but I’ve found peanut butter, berries, coconut yogurt, and a seed mix to be divine. Let us know if you try it! They still came out great!! Nothing is as good as Mum’s home made pancakes (with butter and maple syrup of course), but these came close. xo. I made these this morning. Back to the pancakes- they did brown a bit quickly on the bottom (but now that I know I can hopefully remedy next time). I ultimately had to make the decision to be honest and transparent in shifting the direction of our content to reflect where I’m at with my diet and health. This ones a keeper! These just tasted like mushy banana to me. . I’ve made a few things from your website and I’ve continually been impressed. I made these today and used bobs 1-1 baking gluten free flour as I didn’t have coconut flour and they turned out amazing! I liked that this recipe was simple with healthy ingredients and not too much clean up. Thanks for the question, Cheyenne. Mixed some PB2/cocoa powder/maple syrup for topping along with fresh strawberries. Definitely a go to breakfast for me. They are delicious, good for you, and a recipe you will make again and again. Yours is a favorite site for me. Simple and delicious! I tried them this morning in the oven, worked like a charm. We’re so glad you enjoy them, Rachel! I’m also not much of a pancake person, but I did like these better than regular pancakes, and my kids loved them. It’s really about finding what works for you and making sure to source ethically. We’re so glad you enjoy them! Whisk in the eggs. Delicious topped with a lil almond butter, too sweet for maple syrup. Thanks so much for sharing! Thanks so much for the lovely review, Carlotta! This is superb! That’s not fear-mongering, it’s good information for vegans to have. I’ve made this recipe three times now and it’s flawless. I will look at your other recipe you posted in the notes. Those pancakes were even a little better than the last batch that didn’t make it to the oven. It’s super helpful for us and other readers. I definitely recommend it! Do you guys know if using baking soda is going to mess up the recipe. I did not make any changes to the recipe. And they hate pancakes! We are doing our best to be transparent with our audience as we move forward and share recipes that more closely reflect my diet. I am not blaming my health problems on a vegan diet, but I can say that a solely plant-based diet is not supporting my body’s healing at this time. Your recipes have been so helpful in helping me enjoy plants and improve my health. So versatile for toppings, too! So glad you and your daughter can both enjoy these! Plus my house smells amazing! Will make it again. My son enjoyed them too. Thanks so much for sharing! I halve the recipe which makes a serving portion for myself, about 2 thick medium sized pancakes. Ok now that I’ve got that off my chest – Dana, I made these pancakes this morning. Thanks so much for the lovely review! Sorry to hear it didn’t turn out well! We’re afraid they won’t get fluffy and cook through without the baking powder. Dana, I have loved and followed your recipes for years and will continue to do so along with my vegan daughter. That’s great! You can find some vegan options in the notes just below the recipe. These were fantastic! Cheerios or oatmeal and some kind of fruit), and I only made these because we still had a bunch of super ripe bananas left after making two batches of banana muffins yesterday. Thanks! I thought this was a vegan site, and that you were vegan? Terrible terrible recipe. I’m bummed. So glad you and your fam enjoyed these! Lol, THANK YOU! The egg is definitely key to best texture here. Love the additions! I have a gas stove, but on my lowest setting these would stay too wet to flip, and on the next highest (medium-ish) they would burn a little bit.
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