Vegan Pancakes & French Toast Recipes to Brighten Your Weekend
Pancakes and French toast seem like two kinds of treats go by the wayside for vegans — don’t they need eggs, milk, and butter? Not at all! There are easy tweaks for making this leisurely breakfast fare without a trace of those ingredients. If you’re gluten-free as well as vegan, we’ve got you covered there as well with a GF pancake and French toast recipe in this line-up.
In Cinnamon-Apple Pancakes (pictured above), apples and cinnamon are folded into a whole-grain batter. This is a lovely leisurely weekend breakfast or brunch, especially in the fall, when apples are abundant.
Robin Robertson offers another take on the apple theme with Apple-Almond Butter Pancakes. This delicious flavor combo can be enjoyed in these luscious pancakes. For gluten-free, use gluten-free flour.
Make these fruity Strawberry Pancakes in late spring and early summer, when strawberries are at their best. After strawberry season has passed, frozen strawberries can stand in.
Chef Jason Wyrick designed Corn Pancakes with Bourbon Agave Maple Syrup so each pancake is a meal in itself, with texture not usually expected from a pancake and a big flavor profile with a minimal amount of work.
If you’ve got memories of buttermilk pancakes and syrup, Caryn Hartglass presents Gluten Free & Vegan “Buttermilk” Pancakes with Blueberry Syrup — a version using soymilk soured with vinegar in place of buttermilk. Serve with the accompanying blueberry syrup – made only with blueberries!
Insanely Easy Vegan French Toast proves that you don’t need a lot of bells and whistles for a great vegan French toast recipe. It’s really more about the golden-brown of the result, the cinnamon, and the syrup.
There are three components to this fantastic, healthy recipe for Berry-licious Vegan Stuffed French Toast — the french toast itself, the blueberry “cream” cheese stuffing and the blueberry syrup.
For Fantastic French Toast (Gluten Free) Julieanna Hever and Chef Beverly Bennett join forces to create a recipe that’s great for a family breakfast or a small get-together.
This recipe for Vegan Pumpkin Waffles is great for the waffle maker. Most vegan pancakes tend to be dense and the waffle maker gives it a bit more of a fluffy texture. If you want to use this as a pancake batter, by all means. Add 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder to the dry ingredients.