Eggless pancakes

Eggless pancakes

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Prep: 5 mins Cook: 25 mins Plus resting


Makes 8 small pancakes

You won't be able to tell the difference with these light egg-free crepes, suitable for those with an egg intolerance

Nutrition and extra info

  • Egg-free


  • kcal91
  • fat2.9g
  • saturates1.8g
  • carbs13.3g
  • sugars1.8g
  • fibre0.7g
  • protein2.7g
  • salt0.1g
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  • 125g plain flour
  • egg replacer, equivalent to 1 whole egg (we used Orgran No Egg - see tip)
  • 300ml milk



    One of the most widely used ingredients, milk is often referred to as a 'complete' food…

  • butter, for frying



    Butter is a dairy product made from separating whole milk or cream into fat and…

  • orange segments and agave syrup, to serve
    Agave syrup

    Agave syrup

    Agave syrup (also known as agave nectar) is a naturally occurring sweetener similar in…


  1. Put the flour in a bowl and make a well in the centre. Pour in the egg replacer and a quarter of the milk. Use an electric whisk to thoroughly combine the mixture. Pour in another quarter and whisk until lump free, then mix in the remaining milk. Leave to rest for 20 mins. Stir again before using.

  2. Heat a small non-stick frying pan with a knob of butter. When the butter starts to foam, pour a small amount of the mixture into the pan and swirl around to coat the base – you want a thin layer. Cook for a few mins until golden brown on the bottom, then turn over and cook until golden on the other side. Repeat until you have used all the mixture, stirring the mixture between pancakes and adding more butter for frying as necessary.

  3. Serve with orange segments and a drizzle of agave syrup or the pancake filling of choice.

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7th Feb, 2013
I often make egg free pancakes for my daughter who has an egg allergy. I just leave the egg out and add a bit more margarine/butter and flour than usual. They work really well. I live in Spain and it´s not easy to find egg replacer unless it´s in a health shop and it costs a fortune.
14th Nov, 2013
You know the nutritional information is that per pancake, or is that for the whole mixture? On a very strict calorie controlled diet due to health issues so it would be helpful to know cause i'm really wanting to make these. Thanks x
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10th Mar, 2014
Hi there. The nutritional content is per pancake.
28th Feb, 2014
Sorry to 'butt-in' I just thought I might be able to help, the nutritional information is going to be per pancake, 125g of flour has around 375 - 425 calories, plus 300ml of milk which is around 200 calories, the whole mixtures will be around 728 calories. But you could lower that with skimmed milk, wholemeal flour e.t.c! Hope you enjoy your pancakes xxx Kate
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