Lucy's Friendly Foods

Pancake day seems to be quite an event these days, but its a bit of a no-no if you are dairy and egg free. Surely its not possible to make a good pancake when two of the crucial ingredients are missing? Well, I developed this recipe when my eldest daughter was at nursery school and had to take pancakes in and to be honest they really are as nice as ‘normal’ pancakes. There have been a few tweaks over the years but this recipe does work consistently well, even if the pancakes are more ‘drop scone’ style than a thin lacy crepe. Although you could try and make a large thin one I find six small pancakes than can be devoured hot by two hungry children works a treat!

Shrove Tuesday Pancakes (egg and dairy free)

makes 6 small or 2/3 large pancakes

  •  half a cup of plain flour
  • 1 rounded tsp baking powder
  • 1 rounded tbsp caster sugar
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 tbsp sunflower oil
  • half a cup (or more) oat milk
Sift the flour and mix in the other dry ingredients
Add oil and oat milk and whisk until smooth, add more oat milk as necessary to make a ‘single cream’ consistency
Fry in a hot pan wiped with a smear of sunflower oil
Eat hot topped with lemon and sugar, honey, maple syrup etc.

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