Egg Free Dairy Free Pancakes

The kids decided they wanted Pancakes for breakfast today and so I dug around and made this recipe from a number of others I found around the web. I was surprised how well they turned out!


  • 1 cup Plain Flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon B-Carb Soda (Baking Soda)
  • 2 teaspoons Baking Powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon Salt
  • 2 Tablespoons Sugar
  • 1 cup Soy Milk (or water will do)
  • 1.5 Tablespoons Vegetable Oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon Vanilla Essence


Sift flour and baking soda/powder and salt.

Add sugar. (Whisk these together is you don’t have a sifter.)

Add Vanilla and Oil and half the soy milk. Whisk together.

Gradually add the rest of the soy milk until thick pouring consistency.

Heat Frying pan – needs to be reasonably hot. I used vegetable oil – but you could use spray. Oil/spray for each pancake – they do stick otherwise. I found with this recipe the pancakes worked best if they were on the small side. If the were too big they were difficult to turn.

Can be eaten hot or cold. Our favorite toppings are Maple Syrup; lemon and sugar; and butter (milk free) and jam on the cold ones.

I originally posted this recipe with water as the liquid. Soy milk produces a far better result.

Happy eating!

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49 responses to “Egg Free Dairy Free Pancakes

  • Gabrielle

    Thanks for publishing these. My sister and family were in town and this morning I googled online, found this recipe, and made them in no time! Delicious and fluffy, and my sister commented that they are fluffier than her egg and dairy free recipe.

  • rob

    I was making pancakes for the family 6 kids), but my five year daughter is allergic to dairy, eggs and nuts. This time I was determined to find a pancake recipe for her and I came across this on a google search.

    They tasted much better than the pre-made box mix. My 3 year old son like these better and wanted seconds!


  • Kylie

    Bella can now eat egg and dairy (though she doesn’t like egg) but prefers this receipe to others we have tried… I think its a stayer!

    Glad it helped you out 🙂


    • Kim

      No joke! These are terrific! This is exactly the recipe I have been looking for for my son with milk, egg, peanut, and tree nut allergies. He’s been wanting and asking for soy pancakes. They are so good my whole family could eat them. Thanks so much!

  • Jennifer

    Hi Kylie. I linked to you & this recipe from my blog this morning. I hope that’s OK. We tried this recipe earlier this week (with a few alterations). We loved it. Thank you so much! My son loves pancakes and has been unable to eat them for over a year now.

  • Rebecca

    I want to thank you for your wonderful blog. My 3 year old daughter has severe food allergies. I have been very creative in finding recipes for her but this one takes the “pancake” She has just decided that she wants to eat what her brother eats and now she can. She had several anaphalatic pardon my spelling, this blog is just wonderful thanks again.

  • Becky @ Boys Rule My Life

    We made these pancakes for Christmas breakfast and they were gone so quickly!! Loved them. The only thing I deviated with was that I added an extra 1/2 tsp vanilla. Yum!

    I am in the process of creating a recipe blog to keep up with some of my favorites. I was wondering if you would mind me adding this recipe to it (of course I would link back to you).

    Thanks for the recipe!

  • Siobhan and Niamh Tucker

    Dear Isabella (and Kylie)
    My name is Niamh (“Neve”) and I am 4 and I live in London. I am allergic to milk, egg and kiwi fruit. Today is pancake tuesday and I thought I wouldn’t be able to have pancakes. But my Mummy found your recipe and your Mum’s great website and I am so excited. Thank you for letting us know about your story. I had excema like you when I was a baby and a story a lot like you.
    Lots of love from Niamh

  • Anna

    Dear Kylie,
    Thankyou for this recipe! When I dropped my 4 year old daughter off at school this morning I was told they were making pancakes and as she is allergic to milk and egg I had to find an alternative. This was the only recipe I found that I had all the ingredients for. I was able to drop the things off at school and thanks to you my little girl wont be upset or disappointed that she cant join in.

  • Roseana

    Hi Kylie,

    with this recipe can i use wholemeal flour instead of the white as my daughter cannot have the white flour only wholemeal or do you have any advise for me as to another substance that i could use???

    Thanks roseana

  • kylie

    Hi Roseana,

    Now that Bella can have dairy, I use cow’s milk instead of soy milk, and sometimes I also add a little cream if I have some in the fridge.
    Other than that, I pretty much stick to the recipe.

    I still make these quite often as Bella still prefers these to “normal” pancakes.


  • Sue

    Hello Kylie,

    I’ve just googled and found your egg and dairy free recipe.Can’t wait to try it – i’ll substitute flour for buckwheat flour.My 2 year old son has bad eczema flares with egg and dairy (possibly wheat too).Did you say you could safely give butter to Bella, even though she had a dairy allergy? Where do you find milk-free butter?


  • kylie

    Hi Sue,

    No. I didn’t use butter with Bella.
    I used dairy free “margarine”.
    In Australia there is Nuttelex – or the one we used Becel – and I’m sure there are others. You have to read the ingredients on the pack to check cos the manufacturers are prone to changing the ingredients without notice.
    This is a picture of the marg packet.


  • Mahliya

    I made these this morning for my dear son & they were such a hit! Thanks for posting!

  • Judith

    Thank you so much for this recipe. They really lived up to the hype – delicious. I will certainly be making them again. To be honest, i thought they were nicer than pancakes WITH dairy and egg.

  • Stacey

    These are FANTASTIC! I used vanilla soy milk to make them a bit sweeter and I happened to open a new container of soy milk at room temp and the mixing consistency was *perfect* I definitely agree with previous reader that these are better than pancakes with dairy and egg. Thanks for sharing looking forward to experimenting with chocolate chips, bananas, pumpkin, blueberries etc added to the mix 😉

  • Laura

    That’s a good idea using baking soda- I’ll have to try it! I normally use vegan egg replacer powder which works quite well. Also oat milk is a nice alternative to soya milk, as it has a slightly thicker texture. See

  • Hiedi Hawkins

    Thank you Thank you so so much this recipe has made my 7 year old daughter a happy little girl on pancake day!

  • Katy

    I have never had a pancake as ive been egg intolerant for 27 years!! These were just lovely!! Thank you so much for posting this recipe. Its made my partners day too as he has been deprived of them since we`ve been together. My first proper pancake day!!

  • Sarah

    This is the third time I’ve ended up at your blog while looking for dairy-free pancake recipes! Thanks for sharing! They turn out great!

  • Sarah

    Thanks so much for this recipe. Since i got married and to eat eggs is againist my husbands religion i haven’t been able to have pancakes…. 1 whole year. Thanks to your recipe i can now enjoy pancakes with my family (sister in-law, hubby and cousin). 10/10 honestly!!!

  • semicruncymama

    just wondering if these freeze well?

  • Jackie

    We have a 3 year old with dairy and egg allergies. We found this recipe about 5 months ago and since then we make pancakes every weekend for our son. This is the BEST RECIPE!!!!! AWESOME!

  • Ro

    Just made these for me and my boyfriend, and they were delicious!! He is allergic to egg, and I get excema from eating dairy, so it was the perfect recipe. Thanks so much for posting this!!

  • Ashley

    I was really craving pancakes, but had no milk or butter in the house, so I googled “dairy free pancakes” and this recipe popped up. Absolutely FANTASTIC recipe. I always mess up pancakes somehow (too thick, too thin, raw on the inside, totally overcooked) but these turned out PERFECT. I used half a cup of vanilla Silk creamer and half a cup of water.

    Even though I am not allergic or even intolerant to dairy and eggs, I think I have just found my new go-to pancake recipe.

  • Martine

    Thanks for the recipe Kylie, my 2, 8 and 10 children have been found to be intollerant to dairies and milk, so as they wanted pancakes had to look for a recipe and found yours..thanks loads..i’m off making them now

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  • courtney

    These were delicious! My son is severely allergic to dairy soy, and egg, but can tolerate goat’s milk. I subbed in goat milk for the soy, added 1/4 tsp cinnamon, and upped the vanilla to a full teaspoon. We loved them, and it was great to be able to do a baked good without resorting to the gross egg substitute powder. Thank you for posting this!!

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  • Sarah

    This is a great recipe, and has helped my daughters transition to her new egg and dairy free life.

  • Holly Martin Coffman

    Loved these pancakes! No one in my family has egg or dairy allergies, i was just searching online for egg free pancakes & came across this one. It was so easy & i had all the ingredients on hand! Will be using this instead of the box mixes from now on! Thanks!

  • Glenda Vargas

    I was wondering if you can use Rice Milk for this recipe, I work for a school and we have a soy, egg and milk allergy child. He can have rice milk, and thats about it since he also has a nut allergy. Thanks in advance.

    • kylie

      I think when it comes to allergies, you should use whatever is ok for people to eat. Rice milk is quite watery, so you may find they stick a little more and you might need more oil. Probably best to experiment in a couple of small batches first. to see what works.

  • Chris

    This is THE BEST pancake mix ever! Perfect results. Thank you!!
    I used S.R Flour (didn’t have plain),
    I used only pinch salt (health)
    1/2 tsp B.Carb
    1 tsp and a bit Baking powder.
    Threw all into bowl and beat it well with a fork.
    Mixed it to a fairly thick consistency (with soya milk)
    Cooked at No 5 first side, using pallet knife to loosen underneath, as soon as the edges firmed. Turned over cooked on No 3.
    Did not stick!

  • Wendy

    Thank you so much for this recipe. My son is 14 months old and allergic to milk and eggs. I was worried we would never be able to try pancakes with him. 🙂 This is my new go to recipe for them. I use coconut milk and have added some applesauce, only like a quarter cup, in this last batch and it works great! Makes them just a little darker. My daughter who is 3 loves them too. I can’t thank you enough for sharing!

  • Rach_the_vego

    This is awesome – works better than normal egg / dairy pancakes. They are so light and fluffy! I used less sugar and salt and used 1/2 wholemeal flour but it was great. I did double and it made 16 – all eaten!

  • Miranda

    Made them and they came out good

  • YummyYum

    I really had a hankering for pancakes this morning, but I’m not the kind of person who always has eggs in their fridge (because they’re gross), and I’d ran out of butter. These pancakes are literally THE NICEST pancakes I’ve ever made!! Thank you so much!

  • Becks

    Thank you! I made them with water and not soy milk and they were amazing. I’m used to egg and milk pancakes so I expected them to not be as good, but they were fantastic. Thank you!

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  • Anita

    My daughter recently developed allergy to eggs and she loves pancakes. I was hesitant with your recipe but they actually taste like pancakes! Thanks!

  • Elizabeth Crocker

    My little boy developed an egg allergy when he was 1 which forced me out of my comfort zone in the kitchen. I have been using this recipe successfully for 7 years now, even though he has outgrown the allergy. My whole family loves it! We have tried other recipies, but keep coming back to this one! It’s so easy and tasty, too! I have shared this recipe with others who have allergies in their homes. Thank you so much!

  • dave

    hi i normally keep stocked but i didnt this month , gonna use your recipie and get back to you 👍

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