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Pancakes Without Milk or Soy Ingredients

What could be better than making pancakes with your toddler on a Saturday morning? The last thing you want to do is spoil this precious memory-making time with an allergic reaction!

Most pancake mixes already contain milk and/or soy. We could make the pancakes from scratch (and by “we”, I mean “you”, because that just seems like too much work). Fortunately, I have found one brand of pancake mix that does not: Eating Right (Vons) Whole Wheat Pancake Mix. The preparation instructions say to add milk, oil, and eggs to the mix. I substitute either rice milk or almond milk in place of cows milk and I use sunflower oil in place of vegetable (soy) oil. It’s not bad – and once you get your maple syrup or jelly on it, you really can’t tell the difference.

You’ll want to pay attention to the ingredients on ANY bread item. Muffins, breads, cakes, etc. usually contain milk and/or soy ingredients. See my next post about this…

2 responses »

  1. Is it also gluten free?

  2. Helen Milchling

    Bisquick heartsmart is safe too


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