Dutch pancakes no egg: it may sound tricky, but it luckily isn’t! You can replace egg very well without getting expensive no-egg products. In this Dutch pancake recipe we use baking powder as a binding agent instead of egg. But we will also tell you about other egg alternatives.
Do you want to make the pancakes completely vegan? Then use vegetable milk instead of milk in this recipe. Or check out our easy vegan pancake recipe (with just 2 ingredients!).
Baking pancakes without eggs is not difficult and also very tasty. Really just as tasty as a classic Dutch pancake recipe. Enjoy!
How do you Make Dutch Pancakes Without Egg?
For this egg-free pancake recipe you need the following ingredients: flour, baking powder and milk. Plus oil, butter for frying and a pinch of salt. Optionally add some cinnamon and vanilla sugar to sweeten the pancakes.
Mix the dry ingredients with the milk and oil to a nice batter. Then you can start baking!
Depending on the type of milk you are using, the batter may be thicker or thinner than you like. Is the batter too thick? Add water until the batter is as thin as you want. Is your batter too thin? Add some flour. NOTE: these pancakes need to be more like crêpes, less like American pancakes.
You can replace egg in various ways. Whether you eat vegan yourself, just don’t have eggs at home or want to eat vegan, it is always useful to have some egg replacements at home.
Eggs act as a binding agent during baking, give a light feeling to cakes and add fat and moisture. Several egg substitutes can imitate this. Below we tell you about different egg replacements for during baking:
- Baking powder (works well with pancakes, cupcakes and brownies)
- Vegetable or fruit purée (e.g. for cake, banana pancakes, cookies, brownies)
- Aquafaba (chickpea liquid, easy to whip)
- Chia and flaxseeds (mix with water for a jelly-like mass)
- Vegetable oil (perfect if your recipe does not contain oil yet, recommended replacing 1 egg, no more, otherwise the dish will be too greasy)
Yogurt can also be used in place of egg in many recipes for its moist and creamy effect. But yogurt alone does not work as a binding agent. So use yogurt together with a binding agent.
Vegan Dutch Pancakes
We don’t use an egg for this pancake recipe, and by using vegetable milk you can make the pancakes completely vegan.
See our vegan pancake recipe for more information. You only need 2 ingredients for that recipe!
- 1 cup flour* (150 grams)
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 ½ cup milk** (350 milliliters)
- 2 tablespoons oil
- ½ teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 packet vanilla sugar (to make the pancake sweet)
- Sift the flour to prevent lumps in the batter.
- Put all the dry ingredients in a bowl (flour, baking powder, salt + possibly cinnamon / vanilla sugar) and mix with the (vegetable) milk and oil to a nice smooth batter. Are there still a few lumps in it? Doesn't matter, you won't taste anything later.
- Depending on the type of milk you are using, the batter may be thicker or thinner than you like. Is the batter too thick? Add water until the batter is as thin as you want. Is your batter too thin? Add some flour.
- Time to bake! Heat a knob of butter or oil in a frying pan, wait until the pan is warm and fry the pancakes until golden brown over medium heat.
* You can use self-raising flour instead of flour + baking powder!
** do you want to make vegan pancakes? Then use vegetable milk.
Make sweet pancakes with powdered sugar, syrup, (heated) fruit, jam - or other delicious sweet (vegan) toppings.
You can also top your (vegan) pancake with savor toppings like hummus, nut butter, vegetable filling and / or mushrooms!
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Serving Size1 grams
Amount Per Serving Calories 143Total Fat 5gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 4gCholesterol 4mgSodium 97mgCarbohydrates 20gFiber 1gSugar 1gProtein 4g
This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix
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