Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Pancakes




Light and fluffy pancakes. (Recipe here). We subbed soy yogurt and water for soymilk, and used peach butter instead of the apple butter called for. They were huge! And light and fluffy and very filling. We ate them with some Earth Balance margarine, agave nectar, and a dash of cinnamon.

I think it's essential for vegan pancakes to have something sour in the batter (soy yogurt or sour cream or vinegar, etc.) to help them rise. Do any of you have any other tips for pancakes/waffles?

9 comments:

Vincent Guihan said...

I don't have any tips, but your pancakes look great! Very fluffy!!

Carla said...

Mmmmm, Earth Balance on warm fluffy pancakes!

Linda said...

YUM!

Urban Vegan said...

Let's play vegan pancake free association! Clouds. Pillows. Sponges. Yum.

Vincent Guihan said...

Berets (on the free association tip)! I imagine a star-cut strawberry going right in front of one of these supremely fluffy pancakes. Could it take over the world? It could start with my stomach!

bazu said...

sponge bob pancake pants. (couldn't resist!)

Melody Polakow said...

I think the sour is right on.. I always make mine with whole wheat flour, other grain flour, baking soda, baking powder, soymilk, vinegar, a tiny bit of olive oil and a tiny bit of stevia.. and then extracts. vanilla, lemon, almond, coconut.. depending on what fruit I'm serving them with.. oh and spices too. cinnamon, nutmeg, allpsice..

Liliy said...

I just posted about pancakes a few days ago! Weird.

Veg-a-Nut said...

Your pancakes look Heavenly! I have been craving pancakes or waffles, both of which are red light foods for me. Meaning I eat tooooo many when I make them. I too use soymilk and vinegar so it has a "buttermilk" base.