Pancakes

12 Dec

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Pancakes are one of my kids favorite thing to eat for breakfast. When I went vegan, over a year ago, I had to find a new recipe for pancakes. My sister originally gave me a vegan banana pancake recipe. Zoe hated them. She’s not too fond of bananas. Months later, I was visiting my friend in L.A. We went to eat at The Real Food Daily. They had some amazing, banana free, pancakes. This set me on a quest to find their pancake recipe. I searched on google for a month or two with no luck. I did happen to find a different, banana free, pancake recipe. If it wasn’t for google.ca and visiting family at home in Canada, I may not have found this recipe. Anyways, I adapted this easy recipe from here. Hopefully, you’ll enjoy it as much as my kids do.

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Simple Vegan Pancakes

Yield: 2 Servings
Ingredients:

• 1 cup all purpose-flour
• 2 tsp baking powder
• 1 Tbsp raw cane sugar
• 1 cup almond milk
• 2 1/2 Tbsp vegetable oil
• 1 tsp vanilla extract

Directions:

1. Combine the wet ingredients and whisk them together.

2. Now, add the wet ingredients. Whisk until everything is combined.

3. Put a pan on the stove and heat to medium. Then, lightly coat with oil.

4. Pour the batter onto the pan to form circles. Flip the pancakes when the batter is bubbly. Flip until both sides are golden brown. Remove from the heat and enjoy.

This morning my girls decided we should make turquoise pancakes. I added some food coloring. Here are some of the pictures.

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