Light & Fluffy Vegan Pancakes

  • COOK
    10 Mins
  • PREP
    5 Mins
  • TOTAL
    15 Mins

Lots of vegans complain about vegan pancakes being too gummy or rubbery. And those that really love pancakes are always on the search for that perfect vegan pancake recipe. The search stops here. I promise you, these are the lightest and fluffiest vegan pancakes you will ever eat. Besides the recipe I give you some helpful tips for achieving a perfect vegan pancake.

Original Release Date: December 26, 2011

Nutritional Facts
Servings 7Serving Size 1 Pancake




Calories83
Fat0.9g
Carbohydrates16g
Protein1.9
Fiber.60g
Sugar2.70g
Sodium61.50mg





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Ingredients


    Dry Ingredients

  • 1 Cup All Purpose Flour
  • 1 Teaspoon Ener-g Egg Replacer, Unprepared
  • 1/8 Teaspoon Sea Salt
  • 1 Tablespoon Turbinado Sugar
  • 1 & 1/2 Teaspoons Baking Powder
  • 1 Teaspoon Baking Soda


  • Wet Ingredients

  • 1/2 Tablespoon Smart Balance Light Buttery Spread, melted
  • 1 & 1/4 Cup Almond Milk


Directions


Before you start let me just say that I think it's very important that you use almond milk as stated in my recipe. I've tried all types of non-dairy milk to make these. The almond milk always results in a better taste and fluffier pancake. Soy milk especially I hate. Soy milk when heated has an off flavor and for some reason makes a gummy pancake. Almond milk is also lower in calories.

In a small mixing bowl mix together dry ingredients, then add wet and fold together slowly. Do not stir too much because it could result in a gummy and rubbery pancake. Fold and lightly stir until you have a lumpy mixture.

I find that pancakes cook best on a heavy cast iron skillet. Thin metal skillets just don't absorb heat very well and you may wind up with a scorched pancake that isn't done in the middle.

In any case, place the skillet on the stove, spray it with a bit of canola oil and turn it on high for a minute or two to get it heated. Turn it down to medium-low heat and pour 1/3 cup of the batter onto the skillet. After a few minutes take a peek at the bottom of the pancake to make sure it's not burning. I like to see bubbles come to the top surface of the pancake before I flip it over, which means it's almost cooked in the middle. Then flip and cook until golden brown on the other side.

It's important to not stir the pancake batter again. So when you dip batter out to make your next pancake, don't stir it around.

I'm probably picky but I love a perfectly round pancake. There are many round pancake molds that are available but I find them to be too small. The largest round mold I was able to find was 4 inches. Instead, I found a cookie cutter specialty store online with a 5 1/2 inch round tin plated cookie cutter which works perfectly. When you use a mold you get a very even pancake which is great cause the ends don't overcook before the middle cooks.

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