Egg & Dairy Free pancake recipe.


Ingredients (makes 9 Pancakes)

  • 1 half cups Self Raising Flour
  • half cup Vege or Canola oil
  • 1 cup Rice Milk or Soy Milk
  • 2 drops White Vinegar
  • Half cup Caster Sugar

Method

  1. Mix Flour, Sugar , oil and milk Mix together until there are no lumps.
  2. Place frypan on a medium heat and prep with a small amount of oil or butter. Spoon small amounts of batter onto fry pan allowing at least 5 cm between each spoonful (the pancakes will spread a little once in the pan).
  3. Flip pancakes when they start to bubble - don't wait until the whole pancake is bubbled as they will be more on the burnt side.

Notes... Growing up with multipe allergies was hard when it came to eating sweets. This is my Mum's recipe and now 25 years later I still use it when I feel like a sweet fix. For Vegans or people with allergies to egg and dairy, I add Lemon and nuttelex as a topping.

  • These pancakes look so fluffy and soft. I’d want to try with gluten-free flour and see.

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  • Aren’t all pancakes egg free?!

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  • I like the vegan option too.

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  • Great for the intolerance people that can’t have those things

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  • A great recipe without eggs.

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  • these look great and such a healthy alternative option, thanks

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  • I’ll stay with the original ones.

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  • I have done these using almond milk. Works a treat and my kids love them.

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  • Looking for egg free treats for daycare lunch boxes! thanks for sharing! something new and the kids wont miss out !

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  • Great recipe for those with egg allergy. Looks yummy too.

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  • Thank you, thank you, thank you! Being allergic to eggs I miss out on so many culinary delights – especially pancakes – will definitely give this one a go!!

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  • This pancake recipe sounds delicious and different ingredients too. It’s great to try this if you run out off eggs. I am not really good at making pancakes so maybe I should try this recipe incase they turn out :-)

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  • Great recipe. I’m going to give it a go- yummo!

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  • If you used gluten free self raising flour it would be suitable for those who have Coelic Disease. Some of them are also lactose intolerant and can’t have dairy.

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  • These delightful golden goodnesses are just marvellous for allergy prone folk. thanks heaps.

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