Saturday, November 10, 2012

Vegan Pancake Mix Recipe

Saturday Mornings are a great time for pancakes! And, with an all-in-one mix in your pantry, it's easy to just add water or non-dairy milk, stir, and go.

Stuffedveggies Pancake & Waffle Mix

Mix in a labeled container. This recipe may be doubled if you have a larger family, or like to have pancakes often.

3 cups whole wheat pastry flour (also known as Graham flour) OR White Whole Wheat Flour*
1-3 tablespoons sugar (white, or raw/turbinado sugar)
1 Tablespoon arrowroot powder, tapioca starch, or cornstarch (acts as vegan egg-substitute for dry mixes)
1 Tablespoon + 2 teaspoons baking powder
3/4 teaspoon salt

*Note Edited in December 2014: For a long time, I only made this with Whole Wheat Pastry Flour, but then recently I couldn't get to my favorite specialty shop, and was forced to try subbing the White Whole Wheat Flour. To my delight, it worked as well or better than the Whole Wheat Pastry Flour. This is great because White Whole Wheat - while still 100% whole grain, is easier to find and cheaper! : )

To make:
use ½ cup mix and ½ cup water or non-dairy milk

Pancake mix should be pourable - not too thick

We like blueberries in our pancakes - they can be added in while they're still frozen, if they're not in season.

Prepare on a nonstick skillet. Oil may be used for crispy edges, but also can be omitted if you prefer.

Turn the pancakes when there are bubbles covering the top, and the edges start to dry a bit.

We make these animal pancakes. They're supposed to be piggies, but this one looks more cow-like. Oops.

Lovely, golden brown pancakes.

This is being shared on Food On Friday


  1. These tasted excellent! I know you said oil is optional, but mine were sticking an awful lot. Do you know the reason for this?

    1. Glad you liked the flavor!
      Sorry that you had trouble with them sticking. There are three reasons that I have had these stick:
      1) I wasn't using a nonstick pan
      2) My nonstick pan had a coating that was worn out & so no longer effective
      3) I was trying to turn them too soon - before they're a nice golden brown.
      (a thin pan might also give you trouble - since they can heat unevenly and have "hot spots")
      When I use a fresh nonstick pan with a good coating, and wait long enough to turn them, I don't have any trouble.
      Hope that helps : )

  2. Wow, just perfect! I love pancakes but can't always be bothered to make the mix up. This is great for tired heavily pregnant Mum's with hungry toddlers!

    1. Thanks so much, Katherine - I really appreciate you dropping by - and hope you enjoy the pancakes : )

  3. Yummy! I LOVE pancakes. I always make them vegan and have no idea why you need eggs in them:) I like to blend oats into flour or add a bit of cornmeal and add to... enjoyed finding your blog and all the vegan recipes!

  4. Hi Anna, today I'm collecting pancake recipes. Please drop me a line on if you are ok with me linking to your post on Carole's Chatter. Cheers

  5. Silly me, Anna - you beat me to it! Cheers

    1. Delighted : ) I really appreciate you hosting!

      Here's the link if anyone surfs by here & wants to visit

  6. Thank you for the recipe! I've made the pancakes a few times and my family really enjoyed them. So, do you also make waffles with this same batter? In the title you call it "Stuffedveggies Pancake & Waffle Mix"...

    1. Thanks so much for visiting! I am SO delighted when someone uses one of my recipes & likes it : ) Yes, I do make Waffles from the same mix. Here's the first recipe for waffles that has already been published

      I have more waffle recipes already developed, written & scheduled to publish in the coming weeks & months - so stay tuned!

  7. How many pancakes do you get out of this mix?

    1. So happy you dropped by : ) I'm not sure how many it makes as I've never really counted - and I make silver dollar sized anyway. But, commercial mix makes about 10 pancakes per cup of mix - so I'm guessing (since there's no egg here) that this makes about 8 pancakes per cup. Hope that helps!


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