Vegan Half Wheat Pancakes

A while ago, I posted a couple of pancake recipes, including one using Bisquick.  At the time, the mix that I purchased used to be vegan (or said it was). Now, however, the ingredients list indicate a milk derivative, so I would no longer suggest that one.  I’ve gone to the recipe below, primarily, as it is easy and my family likes it.  Note that this makes a relatively thin – but not crepe like – pancake, rather than a thicker “griddle cake” style.

Ingredients
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 cup white flour
2 T baking powder
2 T raw sugar
2 C soy milk (plain or vanilla)
2 T vanilla (can use less if pure vanilla)

Combine dry ingredients.  Add wet ingredients and stir.  If you allow to sit a few minutes while your griddle/pan heats, the pancakes will be a little fluffier.  Pour and cook.  This recipe makes enough pancakes to feed 4 relatively hungry people.  If you have four teenagers, you might want to double it!

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8 Responses to Vegan Half Wheat Pancakes

  1. Katie says:

    That picture is so cracking me up right now!

    • Katie says:

      OK, apparently I am not up-to-date on my internet memes. My web developer husband informs me that I am behind the times and should have already seen this awesome pancake-head bunny on the internet a long time ago. :)

      • theveganasana says:

        Ha! :D It’s an oldie, but a goodie!

        • Katie says:

          Agreed, too funny. Initially I thought you took this photo! I’m thinking to myself…I guess they had leftover pancakes, and somehow they ended up on the pets’ heads… Sounds like something that would happen at my house. Ha!

  2. yvonne says:

    squeee!!!!

    big thumbs up on the picture :)

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