A dairy-free option is a must for pancake day, as crepes make up most people’s diets this Tuesday. Whether savoury or sweet, the food can suit a range of tastes, including those who don’t enjoy milk. People with strict dietary needs can make batches of the food with specially curated recipes.
How to make dairy-free pancakes
Dairy-free dietary arrangements are usually for people intolerant or allergic to lactose.
But they can also provide an alternative taste for curious foodies.
The below dairy-free recipe is from BBC Good Food and unfortunately doesn’t cover vegans.
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Cook the pancake for a few minutes until golden brown on the bottom and then flip it over.
Stir the mixture in between use to keep it smooth.
Continue cooking the batter until fully used and stack with pieces of parchment in between to prevent sticking.
Finally, people can add their toppings of choice.