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Milk Free Pancake Recipe?

(13 Posts)
ilovemydogandmrobama Fri 14-Aug-09 22:48:54

Was going to title it, 'dairy free' but am somewhat confused whether eggs are dairy or not hmm DS (17 months) is OK with eggs, but not with cow milk, butter, etc.

Have tried the Delia pancake recipe substituting Oatly Cream/Oatly milk, but it was a bit odd.

Any help is greatly appreciated...

Nighbynight Fri 14-Aug-09 23:17:09

I always just used water.

eggs, flour and water. It is perfectly fine.

ABitWrong Sat 15-Aug-09 00:17:27

I just use SR flour and soya milk andit works just fine.

shigella Sun 16-Aug-09 16:02:36

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Megglevache Sun 16-Aug-09 16:17:25

I used to use rice milk for my children.

babybarrister Sun 16-Aug-09 17:26:27

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CantSleepWontSleep Sun 16-Aug-09 18:15:42

We use oatly with delia's recipe and think it works better than with cows milk!

And no, eggs aren't dairy.

ahola Sun 16-Aug-09 22:36:33

egg and dairy-free pancakes.... so you mean flour then? wink

Shellseeker Sun 16-Aug-09 22:44:20

I did ask a friend about whether eggs were dairy a few years ago when we had a similar problem with DD. blush when she pointed out that cows don't lay eggs!

Turniphead1 Sun 16-Aug-09 22:49:10

This is the dairy and egg free recipe we use for pancakes...

http://kylie.wordpress.com/2006/03/26/egg-free-dairy-free-pancakes/ free panckes

ilovemydogandmrobama Sun 16-Aug-09 23:15:11

Oh, good point about cows not laying eggs! grin

Rather unfortunately, DS can't have soya and his Dietician seems to think that Rice Milk is not a good idea.

Can't: I tried half Oatly Cream/Oatly milk and the texture was bizarre. Did you replace milk with Oatly milk?

Turniphead, could you please try and link again?

CantSleepWontSleep Mon 17-Aug-09 06:33:16

lol at ahola!

Yes, replaced the milk with just oatly milk. Oatly cream I can imagine would be a bit bizarre.

babybarrister Mon 17-Aug-09 17:52:20

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