Or log in with:
Register to join the discussion, get discounts and more.
This is page 1 of 1 (This thread has 16 messages.)
Looking for inspiration for dinner (or breakfast, or lunch?) Try our Top Bananas! cookbook - 120 family meals from Mumsnetters.
Now under £10
Last time I posted my pancake recipe, it didn't meet with universal approval, I seem to remember! All you need, really, is s/raising flour and water. That's it.Great for vegans, those with a dairy allergy and anyone who can't eat eggs. It's also great for the purse!I'm just putting my recipe out there - if it's not to your taste, fine - just ignore.
Made these today with my family learning group. Went down a storm !(The students also made pain au chocolat and a loaf of bread.)Then I had three after dinner tonight. Don't have to wait until Pancake Tuesday!
Thank you, have a vegan friend who will appreciate this.
Good lord. You've discovered how to combine flour and water!The food revolution must be nigh!
I'm planning to make these later on in the week after seeing the recipe on your blog. Can I ask what you eat them with?
Hi MrsWJust had a couple after dinner - with just the plain old lemon juice and sugar, I'm afraid. Although I do like them with my home-made marmalade. I must try the recipe on the right, as I type, for Nutella-stuffed American pancakes - I've got some home-made chocolate spread in the fridge.Although I must say they look more like English pancakes than US ones!
Have to say my general feeling on this is just because you can, doesn't mean you should. Are they not completely tasteless paste cakes?
They'll be stodgyThanks for reminding me I need Sr flour
hellyeahitsvegan.com/fluffy-vegan-pancakes/these vegan pancakes are really good.not 1p a pancake though sadly.but muddle your friend might want to try these as well!
I remember these from last time, still never tried, think I might have to now!
They'll be stodgyBut they aren't in the least, Stealth! They are a complete revelation - they taste just like the traditional ones. I've just had three and if I'd had any more batter left, I'd have had another one! Do yourself a favour and try one, at least!If you have plain flour and baking powder, just use 1 teaspoon BP to 100g of plain flour.(Please excuse if I'm teaching my grandma to suck eggs! [I'll have to find a vegan alternative to that phrase!] )
I am a vegan, tried this and I didnt think it tasted like pancakes.sorry x
Ooh I will see if I have baking powder. It's the sort of stuff that takes up room in the cupboard until I need it and then is nowhere to be found. ..
water + flour = not so tasty communion wafers
Ah, well! At least you gave them a go, StickEmUp!
water + flour = not so tasty communion wafers *Oh, I agree!But add lemon juice and sugar - then they're gorgeous!*Don't think I've ever had a naked pancake!
Join the discussion
Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.
Already registered with Mumsnet? Log in to leave your comment or alternatively, sign in with Facebook or Google.
Please login first.