Egg free berry pancakes make the perfect delicious, sweet, healthy breakfast. Enjoy drizzled in maple syrup (can be made ahead and frozen too).
Egg free berry pancakes
You know what, sometimes I really don’t like writing about food.
It’s really hard work to sit here trying to write something about mouth-watering, fluffy, egg free berry pancakes (healthy pancakes might I add) drizzled with maple syrup without running to the kitchen to whip up a batch for afternoon tea.
Yes, I know that I got to eat these prior to now but looking at the photos all I can think about is pancakes.
I can’t think of what else to say other than telling you how good they were.
These egg free berry pancakes were my pick for The Secret Recipe Club I used to be a part of a few years ago.
I was assigned to Baking and Creating with Avril and what fun I had perusing her blog.
See that’s another mean thing about this blogging business – I had to look through a whole stack of mouth-watering recipes and pick just one to make for this post.
I had to choose between bundt cakes and sweet loaves and taco pizza! Maybe that’s why I left the club?
My obsession with pancakes won out though.
Also if I’d made a cake I know who would have probably eaten the whole thing and her name starts with C and ends in laire.
At least making pancakes I could share them with my big boy for breakfast.
Yes I shared them I swear.
How to make berry pancakes
These were seriously easy to make.
You can use whole blueberries but I wanted mixed and took the lazy route of chopping them in the Thermomix.
Then all you have to do is mix everything together and cook them up. I must admit, I had to quadruple check the recipe because I couldn’t quite believe that there weren’t any eggs in it.
I was quite amazed when they turned out just like their egg-containing counterparts.
Tip for perfect pancakes
My tip for getting perfect pancakes is to cook a little one on its own first. It’s the ‘test pancake.’
That way you can work out the right temperature and make sure the batter is the perfect consistency before you use a waste heap of batter cooking 4 at a time.
I also recommend serving in a stack.
I know that’s how everyone does it but it really is the best way. Oh and maple syrup must be drizzled from a height never poured from up close.
It just doesn’t have the same effect. Enjoy!
What about you? What are your top pancake baking tips?
Don’t you want to just dive right in?
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Berry pancakes (egg free)
- 1 cup frozen mixed berries, chopped in the food processor
- 1 cup flour (I used half wholemeal half quinoa)
- 6 tbsp rolled oats
- 1 tsp ground cinnamon
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 2-3 tbsp sugar (I used coconut sugar)
- 1 cup full-cream milk
- Pure maple syrup and extra berries to serve
- In a large bowl or jug, stir all the ingredients together until just combined.
- Oil your frying pan with your greaser of choice and spoon/pour batter into the pan in whatever size you like (mine were quite small because Ollie was having them too).
- Cook until bubbles start to pop on the top then flip and cook another couple of minutes on the other side.
- Serve with maple syrup and extra berries.
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Claire, You’ve made these pancakes look so inviting that even though it is late evening now as I write this, I’m already planning a pancake breakfast. Love your tip about making a mini one first to get the pan temp right – the first one never comes out as good as the subsequent ones.
I’m as obsessed with pancakes as you are C laire. I don’t think I would share these :)
I love new pancake recipes!
We have a pancake obsession in our house as well, LOL. These looks absolutely delicious!
I LOVE blueberry pancakes but I’ve never tried them egg-free.
You won’t miss it Maureen!
Oh I just had breakfast but would gladly have a few of these pancakes! They look seriously delish!
Morning tea Marie?
I have got to make these. I thought you were going to have the flax seed egg in this recipe, but not any kind of egg is better. Thank you for the recipe.
Nope just no egg at all. Actually good timing as the chickens aren’t being too productive at the moment.
Awww I love that you had my blog this month for SRC! You made beautiful pancakes and thank you so much for your kind words of review on my blog. :-)
Thank you for the delicious recipe!
I have often had that same problem when it comes to writing about food, staring at pics of a dish that was so mouthwatering and delicious. And I’m pretty sure I’d have that problem with these pancakes. They look so fluffy that I might not be convinced to share with my hubby and kiddies.
Well I’m glad I’m not the only one Leslie!
Love your pick this month! I have to try these.
I like to add oats to mine too. Im craving pancakes now.
Yum! These look fabulous. :) And great to have a recipe you can use when you’re out of eggs!
I do that with pancakes too-plus you get the eat the first one that way too! ;)
Shh that’s my secret Lorraine!
I’ve never thought of adding oats into pancake batter….sounds lovely.
I wouldn’t have either Leigh.
What beautiful pancakes and I totally agree that maple syrup must definitely be poured from a height. I do love a stack of pancakes – such a great start to the day xx
I’m glad you agree Charlie! x
Thanks, Claire – if I use soy milk these will be perfect for my vegan son when he comes to visit :)
Sure will Diane! You could use coconut or almond milk as well. Coconut milk would be pretty delicious!
My pancake tip is to let the batter sit for 5 minutes before pouring onto a griddle. I love pancakes and these look wonderful. I love that you used quinoa flour too and that the recipe included oats. I’ve got to try these! Great pick this month!
That’s probably the right way to do it Susan but I’m way too impatient!