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February 07, 2013

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Daniel Hammond

An excellent recipe; delicious with just sugar and lemon and even better with other fillings. As a non-vegan I was impressed with how well the batter bound together without egg and at the richness of taste achieved without using any dairy. I'll be making this again no doubt, having batter in the fridge is great for a quick breakfast, thanks for sharing!

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Andrea - Chocolate and Beyond

Daniel thanks so much for your comment and for letting me know that you enjoyed the recipe! It is especially heart-warming to know that as a non-vegan, this impressed you. I hope it will encourage you to explore vegan cooking more (I know you do a lot, anyhow!) :)

Susan J Caldwell

Andrea, my eldest tried this recipe last night and absolutely loved, said they were the nicest pancakes she had ever made, loved the banana and cinnamon combo an didnt need to put anything on them, delighted with them and she will make them again.xx

Andrea - Chocolate and Beyond

Susan thanks for your comment! I'm so glad your daughter enjoyed the pancakes :) xx

Becky

Love this recipe! The batter was very simple to make and made lovely pancakes. Even to a seasoned banana-denier like myself, they tasted beautiful.

One question - could I make "American-style" small pancakes just by reducing the amount of non-dairy milk in the recipe, or would that not work? It's just they're easier to flip and my son prefers them to crepes!
xox

Andrea - Chocolate and Beyond

Hi Becky - thank you so much for taking the time to comment and let me know how your pancakes turned out! For 'American-style', you would probably need some baking powder in there as well, to fluff out a bit. And obviously make the batter much thicker too, yes.

My favourite American-pancakes recipe is this one (from PPK): http://www.theppk.com/2011/12/puffy-pillow-pancakes/

Catherine

I had a pancake party on Tuesday, and used this recipe for the batter. They turned out absolutely amazing! I was worried because I didn't try out the recipe beforehand but everyone loved them and a few people didn't realise they were vegan until afterwards.

The best pancakes I've ever tasted, thank you!

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