Vegan Rainbow Pancakes
A fun and healthy breakfast option, ideal for un-rushed mornings with your family (kids or no kids).
Servings Prep Time
3 10minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Servings Prep Time
3 10minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Strain and keep the the chickpea water (aquafaba) from the can.
  2. In a large jug, combine the aquafaba, milk and flour. We recommend adding a little of each at a time, and combining well using a fork. Adjust the consistency of your pancakes to suit you. If you like your pancakes thin, add a little more milk to make the mixture runny. If you prefer them thicker, add a little more flour to make the mixture less runny.
  3. Add a little oil to a frying pan, heating before adding the mixture. Add enough mixture to make your first pancake. TIP! Use a small frying pan to make perfect circles. Always apply a thin layer of mixture so that your pancakes cook well.
  4. When the mixture has changed from runny to nearly set, flip your pancake to cook the opposite side. If you wait until the mixture is nearly set to do this, you will find it easier to flip your pancake whole and maintain its circular shape.
  5. Continue flipping and cooking your pancake as desired. We like our pancakes golden brown colour on both sides, so when they look golden, then we remove them from the heat.
  6. Once the pan is empty again, add a little more oil, then add your next pancake’s mixture and repeat the steps above. You may want to have more than one frying pan on the go so that you can cook two (or more!) pancakes simultaneously.
  7. Stack your pancakes on a large plate as they come off the heat. Whilst each one is cooking, wash, chop and arrange your chosen rainbow fruit around the edge of the plate.
  8. Serve and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

Depending on the fruits you choose and how juicy they are, you may also want to add a little fruit juice (we love lemon with pancakes) to make this meal perfect. If you choose lemon, go for freshly squeezed lemon juice! It tastes better and avoids unnecessary plastic waste.

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