Our Ultimate No Egg Pancake Recipe! Quick, Easy and Delicious!

Eggs are a common part of many dishes and this is especially true when it come to desserts and cakes of all sorts. Pancakes are, for the most part, no exception to this rule. Considering the overall popularity of pancakes, it is somewhat sad to think that somewhat allergic to eggs or who does not eat eggs for any other reason could not consume this simple, yet very delicious dessert. Luckily, there is a solution to nearly any problem, and the solution to this particular one is a pancake recipe that requires no eggs at all.

Making pancakes for you and your loved ones is a rather simple process and doing it without eggs is not much different except that you will not be using any eggs (obviously). Pancakes are one of those dishes that are rather simple to make and still taste great and never get old. This is why so many people do not mind taking some time and effort to learn how to make them. It is truly an investment in your future, as it can be used as a quick fix for breakfast, it is a great solution for a dessert when you don’t have much time and with a right topping, pancakes can even be served as a part of a romantic dinner. As with any recipe, you can always play with some ingredients and see what works the best for your particular taste. This is a recipe for 12 servings that should work well for most people, and any fine touches are up to your imagination.

Easy To Do No Egg Pancake Recipe

A pancake made with Our Ultimate No Egg Pancake Recipe

No Egg Pancake Mix

  • two cups of all-purpose flour
  • two teaspoons of sugar
  • two cups of milk
  • four teaspoons of baking powder
  • quarter teaspoon of vanilla
  • quarter teaspoon of cinnamon
  • two tablespoons of water
  • three tablespoons of canola oil

Once you have all the ingredients prepared, you are ready to start. Heat the pan well and mix all the dry ingredients, except vanilla, together. After you have added all the dry ingredients, add canola oil, milk, water and vanilla. Mix it all well and start frying. When a bubble starts forming at a center of a pancake, you should flip them to the other side. Be careful not to burn them and that is it. Soon you will be ready to serve tasty and fluffy no egg pancakes.

Easy To Do No Egg Pancake Recipe three pancakes on a white plate with blueberry toppings.

Best Pancake Toppings

Now that you have followed all the steps from your pancake recipe and have a full plate or two of tasty, fluffy pancakes, you need to find some good toppings to go with it to have a full, well-rounded pancake experience.

  • Different fresh fruits and berries – fruits like bananas or something like strawberries or blueberries can make for a great finishing touch for your pancakes.
  • Honey – apart from tasting great, honey is also very healthy, so it makes a great topping if you are serving pancakes for breakfast for your children.
  • Maple syrup – one of the best known and often used toppings, this sweet syrup is certain to add to your overall pancake experience.
  • Ice cream – especially during warmer months, cold ice cream on warm pancakes really makes for an excellent choice of topping.
  • Jam – another classic topping that simply never goes out of style.

No Egg Pancake Mix a pancake on a white plate made without eggs.

History Of Pancakes

Although pancakes are highly popular even today, they have quite a long and interesting history. It seems that pancakes were first mentioned in print back in 1430, but according to some sources they were in existence much before that. According to these sources, people of the Neolithic period were making some sort of pancakes using a stone and a campfire.

Much later, Greeks and Romans had their own dishes that resembled modern pancakes in many ways but were not pancakes as we came to know and love them today. Pancakes from the medieval period were made from barley or rye and were certainly not as fluffy as what we are accustomed today.

In the modern world, pancakes have become a part of traditional American breakfast. Easy and quick to prepare and yet very tasty and filling, the pancakes have fallen nicely in line with the overall American lifestyle.

Conclusion

There is hardly a person out there that does not enjoy eating pancakes at least occasionally while some of us could have them every day, a few time a day. With a help of this article, even those people who cannot or will not eat eggs for whatever reason will now also be able to enjoy pancakes.

Although eggs are one of the key ingredients, imaginative people out there have come up with ideas that help you make the pancakes just as fluffy and as tasty even without eggs. The recipe listed here is just one of many that you can find in the books and on the web, and every single one of pancake recipes will offer an interesting twist for you to try out and enjoy.

Pancake Trivia

Since we’ve said so much about pancakes in this article (eggs or no eggs), I thought it would be fun to include some interesting trivia about this delicious dessert. We hope reading this article has helped you find a pancake recipe that you can use.

  • The absolute record for the highest pancake toss was set in New York in 2010 when the pancake flew as high as 9.47 meters up in the air.
  • The expression “as flat as a pancake” was first used in 1611.
  • Some 52 million eggs are used on a Pancake Day in the United Kingdom, which is about 22 million more than on any other day. These are obviously not no egg pancakes.
  • Pancakes are mentioned in (only) two of the plays of the great William Shakespeare: “As You Like It” and “All Is Well That Ends Well”.
  • The first pancake recipe appeared in an English cookbook in the 15th century.
  • National Pancake Day is September 26th.
  • The biggest pancake in the world had a diameter of more than 49 feet (about 15 meters) and weighed about 3,000 kg.

Image Rights

Images used via creative commons – https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Image One by Michael Ocamano – https://www.flickr.com/photos/coolmikeol/5046208238/

Image Two by Kaitlin – https://www.flickr.com/photos/katolorn/8190141650/

Image Three by F_A – https://www.flickr.com/photos/seelensturm/4045740723/

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