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Pancakes without eggs?

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LadyHel Sun 03-Feb-13 10:10:06

My DS is allergic to eggs. He is now 4 yo and as Shrove Tuesday approaches I'd really like to make some pancakes that we can all eat together. I once tried making some with the egg substitute powder that you can buy in Holland & Barrett but they didn't really taste that great. I'd be really interested to hear if anyone has any tasty egg free recipes that I can try. Many thanks.

NotALondoner Sun 03-Feb-13 10:32:55

Any flour, enough milk to make the right consistency (you might need to make a few tester pancakes, adding more flour or milk), sugar to taste, cook as normal using a drizzle of oil or butter in the pan to prevent sticking. Pour on far too much golden syrup and give them all to me.

GeordieCherry Sun 03-Feb-13 10:38:39

Try adding done soya flour. And experiment til you have the right mix. Good luck!

girlsyearapart Sun 03-Feb-13 10:44:07

My 4yo also allergic to eggs & many recipes later we settled on :

Using a small cup (one of the kids ones)

Equal quantities of milk & flour- so one cup of each.

Mix together & cook using butter or veg oil.

They are a bit more like American pancakes but everyone eats them happily

multitask Sun 03-Feb-13 10:44:21

I make vegan pancakes all the time, in fact my family prefer them to 'theirs' I don't use egg or dairy. 2 cups of self raising flour, 1 cup of almond, soy or rice milk or even water, 1 tsp vanilla essence, 1 tsp baking powder (f you want them fluffier or thicker than crepes) 1/2 tbsp oil (but I've forgotten this and it's fine) 2 tsp sugar, 1/2 tsp salt (again I often forget this). I serve them with maple syrup, lemon/sugar, banana/choc spread (asda do a non dairy dark one), fruit salad with vegan ice cream, Swedish glace Tesco sell it and it is gorgeous smile

LadyHel Sun 03-Feb-13 13:42:30

Thanks all - looks like I'd better get practicing! Will let you know how I get on.

SCOTCHandWRY Mon 04-Feb-13 10:38:04

I'm allergic to egg and also have problems with gluten ... Ripe banana mashed with almond or cashew nut butter make great pancakes, use a desert spoon of nut butter per banana, my dc love them. It makes a thick batter, and needs a longer, low to med heat cook. Great with bacon and a little maple syrup on top!

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