8 Vegan Pancake Recipes to Make You Rise and Shine
While traditionally made with eggs and milk, pancakes are one breakfast and brunch dish you can easily convert to a plant-based option. Indeed, it's surprisingly easy to make vegan-friendly pancakes that the whole family will love. Start your day off with a plate piled high with fluffy and flavorful vegan pancakes, perfect for drizzling with maple syrup or topping with a scoop of fresh berries. Try one of our eight vegan pancake recipes for a delicious morning.
Vegan Banana Peanut Butter Pancakes
Peanut butter and banana, a favorite breakfast combo often used in oatmeal or on toast, gets transformed into pancakes with this easy vegan recipe. Vegan banana pancakes are a great introductory option for newly-anointed vegan eaters, too.
Vegan Pumpkin Pancakes
Pumpkin purée and plenty of fall spices are what make these vegan pancakes a stand-out recipe. Don't forget to add a dollop of maple syrup for sweetness and sprinkling of pecan pieces for crunch.
World's Best Vegan Pancakes
Custard powder, a thickening agent popular in British baking, is the secret ingredient to getting fluffy and cake-like pancakes in this recipe. "These are really good and you can't tell they are vegan! I was out of eggs and my kids really wanted pancakes so that is how I ran across this recipe," says reviewer SHILLABILLA.
Vegan Whole Wheat Apple Pancakes
Featuring orange juice and extract, these fluffy pancakes are bursting with bold citrus flavor. Serve with a few fresh slices of orange on the side to complete the meal.
A+ Vegan Pancakes
These wholesome vegan pancakes contain all the breakfast essentials that will fuel you through the morning. Spelt and oat flours make the base with flaxseed replacing the eggs and plenty of fruit (blueberries and applesauce) for flavor.
Vegan Blueberry Pancakes
When fresh blueberries are in season, there's no better time to show off your brunch skills by cooking up these vegan blueberry pancakes. Remember to set a few berries aside to decorate your serving plate.