Vegan Gluten Free Banana Pancakes are fluffy, moist and flavorful – a healthy and delicious way to start the day.
I know, I know. Me posting a pancake recipe is about as surprising as Friday…happening…every week. And let’s call a spade a spade: this is the third stack of banana pancakes I’ve posted on this here site. You now have an up-close and personal naner pancake roundup. Brown Rice Flour Banana Pancakes, Banana Bread Almond Flour Pancakes, and now Vegan Banana Pancakes. Because pancakes come in the vegan varietal, too!
Before I tried my hand at vegan baking, I thought there was just no possible way a vegan recipe could turn out fluffy, moist, and/or bear any semblance to the word, “delicious”. I learned quickly how oh so pleasantly wrong I was. When you mix together ground flax meal and water and allow it to sit, the mixture thickens and turns into an egg-like consistency. This vegan flax egg can be used for a myriad of egg-replacement applications, including pancakes.
Mash up some ripe-as-sin bananas, whip yourself up a vegan egg, mix all the ingredients together, and you end up with a deliciously moist and fluffy pancake with molten banana on the inside. It’s ridonk.
Silver dollar pancakes – have you heard of them? They’re mini versions of pancakes…small, round, and fluffy. Basically every gluten free pancake on The Roasted Root would be considered a silver dollar pancake. They are the opposite of the large and in charge flapjacks one would use to wrap up ham and cheese to make a ham n’ cheddar pancakewich. Panck-a-taco. Pancakurrito. Each type of pancake has their lot in life. There may not be a whole lot of meat and cheese-wrapping going on with the silver dollar pancake, but there is a whole lot of ooh mow mow.
Aren’t these cute and quaint? As cute and quaint as a Bed and Breakfast? As in these should be served at every B&B ever?