Thursday, 21 May 2009


I won't pretend that these are healthy - but they are one of my fav ways to eat breakfast. They are big fluffly 'american' style pancakes - not the flat sugar and lemon ones we usually have here in the UK.
They can be topped with anything you like, berries, maple syrup, fruit..... even soy ice cream.
I like to make mine using silicon pancake rings. I found a package from a home discount shop that came with a bear head, star and heart for 69p! They were labeled as being for shaping eggs in the frying pan, but do a brilliant job on pancakes!
110g Plain Flour

1 or 2 heaped tablespoons sugar (depending on how sweet you like)

2 teaspoons baking powder

1/2 teaspoon sea salt

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

230ml soy or rice milk (use vanilla or hazelnut if you have it)

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 teaspoon of vegan margarine (such as 'Pure' or sub for 1 teaspoon olive oil)

Mix all ingredients together well. Heat up frying pan with a little oil and cook using a small sized pan or pancake rings until golden on both sides. Serve with chosen toppings.


  1. Name: Donna

    Wow! Love all the pancake with different shapes. This entices me to cook pancakes. Great!

  2. Oh pancakes comes with different shapes? Totally awesome!