Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Almond Milk Pancakes


My girls wanted some pancakes but when I looked through my old keepsake pancake recipes, it called for milk.  Since I don't buy milk anymore, I had to use my alternative almond milk and had to experiment with it.   I told them they had to eat all the pancakes even though it didn't turn out soft and fluffy since this was an experiment.  They agreed and so I gave it a try.  Luckily, the pancake turned out just as delicious and it was also soft and fluffy!!  My girls really enjoyed the almond milk pancakes.


Ingredients:

(A)
1 1/2 cup white flour
3 1/2 tsp. baking powder
1/4 tsp. sea salt
1 Tbsp. cane sugar

(B)
1 1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk
1 large brown egg
3 Tbsp. butter, melted
1 tsp. vanilla extract

Method:

1.  Sift (A) into a bowl.  Make a well in the center and add in (B).  Mix until smooth.

2.  Heat your griddle to medium high heat.  Lightly oil the griddle and add 1/4 cup for each pancake.  Flip when you see bubbles forming on the edges.  Cook until done.  Serve with raw honey and soften butter or cinnamon sugar or your choice.


7 comments:

~~louise~~ said...

Happy Pancake Day, Jane! These Almond Milk Pancakes are just perfect for the celebration. Your girls did GREAT! Thanks for sharing...

WokandSpoon said...

Great that the almond milk worked! I have some soy milk I need to use up. Wonder if that will work as a substitute too! Your pancakes look lovely!

tigerfish said...

Great!The almond milk pancakes turn out delicious and fluffy. Would they be able to tell the difference if they did not know these are almond milk pancakes? :p

Kimmy said...

I just seen a savoury chives pancake recipe shared by Veronica [Minty's Kitchen]. Here is another lovely sweet pancake recipe from you. I have stop buying milk too. Thanks for sharing this recipe where I can make us of the almond milk.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks Louise. I didn't know it was a Pancake Day! :P

Wokandspoon, it might!

Yes Tigerfish, if I didn't tell them, they won't know, even I couldn't tell the difference. ;P

You are welcome Kimmy, I found that lots of recipes that called for milk can be easily substituted with almond milk. :)

Juliana said...

I have not made pancakes in ages...like the idea of using almond milk...they look yum!
Hope you are having a great week Ching...

noobcook said...

good substitution idea!