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Ingredients

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1 and 1/4 cups (156g) All-purpose flour
2 tbsp Sugar
1 tbsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1 tsp Cinnamon
1 (1/2 cup mashed/120g) Banana Large Ripe
1 tbsp Coconut Oil
3/4 cup (180ml) Soy Milk or another non-dairy milk
1 tsp vanilla extract
maple syrup for serving
Sliced banana for serving
VEGAN BANANA PANCAKE RECIPE

VEGAN BANANA PANCAKE RECIPE

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    • 30 minutes
    • Serves 8
    • Medium

    Ingredients

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    You can even make gluten-free hotcakes, which means even those individuals from your family with prejudices to wheat will have the option to appreciate pancakes for breakfast with this genuinely delicious gluten-free formula! 

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     Researchers have even followed the inception of flapjacks to nearly 5300 years back, which means our ancient precursors just may have eaten hotcakes. Indeed, believe it or not, even Stone Age men adored hotcakes! Let’s be honest; flapjacks are a morning meal staple we can’t survive without in our life. Also, a bit of Nutella is the ideal backup. The soft surface and fluctuated flavors have been established into our general public for quite a long time, but we actually can’t get enough of them.

    Of course, the pancake dressing depends on its eater’s mood as not everyone wants their pancakes sweet or saltish. There are tons of ways to make pancakes; even vegans have their pancakes. Don’t believe us? Try reading our vegan banana pancake recipe, and you will surely want to become vegan for a few minutes to try this delicious recipe. 

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    Steps

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    Mix flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and cinnamon altogether in a mixing bowl and merge well.

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    Separately, mash the banana in a bowl and add in the coconut oil. Mix well, and then add soy milk and vanilla extract afterward. You will see that your batter is firm and thick, which is a perfect sign.

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    Ready a non-stick frying pan and add a drizzle of coconut oil to preheat it. You can also use butter and canola oil for pancake frying if you like.

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    Don't overheat the pan. Make sure it's lightly heated, or your pancakes will burn even before getting cooked.

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    Check the pan's heat and pour a scoop full of batter in the center of the pan. Make sure it's evenly distributed.

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    Once the batter is done from one side, you will see its corners getting dry, and bubbles pop up on top. Once you see it, flip the pancake gently to the other side.

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    It would help if you gave your pancakes time to cook. Do not flip too soon, or it will ruin their shape and flavor. Keep your head low and let them cook slowly.

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    Banana pancakes are thicker in batter and take time to cook, so keep flipping if you feel the pancake's insides are not fully cooked.

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    When pancake feels all fluffed up and beautiful brown from outside, they are ready to be served.

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    Decorate with some sliced bananas, maple syrup, or chocolate syrup on top. Have fun!

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