Dairy-Free Banana Pancakes (vegan)

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makes 9 or 10 pancakes

  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 tbsp brown sugar
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1 dash cinnamon
  • 2/3 cup milk substitute (we use Rice Dream)
  • 1 banana (ripe and mashed. The more ripe the better!)
  • 1 tsp vanilla

Mix together flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and cinnamon in a large bowl with a fork. In a separate bowl, combine the “milk”, banana, and vanilla. Add the wet ingredients to the dry and combine well. Add more “milk” if the batter is too thick. Cook over medium heat until lightly browned and bubbles begin forming on underside.

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  1. We tried these today and loved them! Really liked the bananas. Great site!

    1. milkfreemom Author says:

      Thanks, Matt! So glad you liked the pancakes.

    2. Maxine James says:

      My boys and I love these pancakes! They are easy to make and delicious!!

  2. 14 tsp of salt really? That seems like a lot.

    1. milkfreemom Author says:

      Holy cow! That would be a lot. It’s supposed to be 1/4. Thanks for letting me know. I’ve corrected the typo.

  3. I make these all the time for my 10 month old, husband and myself. I use a combo of canned coconut milk and water for the milk substitute. I sometimes sub maple syrup for the brown sugar and have added all sorts of things such as blueberries, enjoy life chocolate chunks, carrot purée and pumpkin. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Is Almond Milk considered a substitute? Sorry may be a dumb question. . lol

    1. milkfreemom Author says:

      Hi Maura! Yes, almond milk would be a great substitute in these.

  5. I have a 4 year old with multiple allergies (including milk and eggs). I’ve tried making “safe” pancakes before, and he never liked any of them. Just tried these this morning and they were a winner for him! 🙂 Thank you for the recipe!

  6. These are amazing! I added applesauce when I wanted to triple the recipe. Better than the milk/egg version and no gross over full feeling! Thank you!!!! Yum!

  7. Do you know if I could use Gluten-Free All Purpose Flour in place of the regular flour? THanks! 🙂

  8. We tried these this morning with Gluten-Free All purpose Flour and with almond milk. I had to add more almond milk because it was so thick.
    Also, we did them in the waffle maker vs pancakes. The kids love waffles over pancakes!
    Overall kid and mom rating was pretty good!
    We will likely make these again and change up the fruit added.

  9. These were so good! I loved the texture. I did have to add more milk (almond), but not a ton. Very easy and very tasty! Thanks. 🙂

  10. Jacqueline Lopez says:

    Could I use breast milk as a substitute? Also, do these freeze well? If so, how would I go about thawing them? Microwave perhaps? I’m looking to make a bulk amount to store and thaw as needed.

  11. My 7 year old was just diagnosed as allergic to dairy and egg whites yesterday. He loves pancakes and I have been struggling for dinner ideas between his new allergies and my husband’s diabetes. So glad I found this and I am sure I will be back for more recipes. Thanks!

  12. Instead of the banana can we use apple sauce? would 1 cup be enough?
    My son hates bananas LOL so I need to find alternatives to that as well!!

    1. milkfreemom Author says:

      Applesauce is a bit thinner than banana, so
      I would try adding it in 1/4 cup at a time until the consistency looks good. Let me know how they turn out!

  13. This is our favorite pancake recipe! So easy and fluffy! I love that since the batter is thick, there isn’t a bunch of liquid that has to cook off and that makes them cook super fast!

  14. Can I substitute in formula for the “milk”? And can I freeze? How do I thaw?

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