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Spook Up Your Pancake Day This Year! 👻

Are you ready to sink your fangs into a hauntingly delightful treat this Pancake Day? These spine-chilling treats are not only delicious but also perfect for those who prefer a plant-based lifestyle. Whether you're a vegan vampire or just looking to add some eerie excitement to your morning routine, these pancakes are sure to cast a spell on your taste buds. So grab your broomstick spatula and let's get cooking!

How to Create Your Spooky Vegan Pancakes

1. Start by mixing your dry ingredients in a cauldron (or a large mixing bowl if you don't have a cauldron handy). Combine 1 cup of spooky wheat flour, 2 tablespoons of chilling sugar, 1 teaspoon of bone-chilling baking powder, and a pinch of sinister salt.

2. In a separate bowl, whisk together 1 cup of hauntingly delicious coconut milk, 2 tablespoons of melted vegan butter (or margarine for a more wicked twist), and 1 teaspoon of ghastly vanilla extract.

3. Slowly pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients, stirring until just combined. Be careful not to over-mix, or your pancakes may turn into zombies!

4. Heat a cauldron (or a non-stick skillet) over medium heat. Grease it with a touch of vegan butter or cooking spray. Pour 1/4 cup of the pancake batter onto the cauldron for each pancake. Cook until bubbles form on the surface, then flip and cook for another minute or until golden brown.

5. Serve your spooky vegan pancakes!!


Here's some of our faves we found!


Why not jazz up your pancakes with some creepy fruit creations, inspired by mrs.elliott._ and finally_she_eats_apples!


eat_run.repeat has used Halloween themed sprinkles to decorate their pancakes and we think they look frightfully fantastic!

Finally, get creative and cut your pancakes into shapes like ghosts and bats! Check out this post from _h0rr0rghoul66_ for inspo! 

Let us know if you make spooky themed pancaked this Pancake Day!!! We're dying to see your ghoulish creations!!!

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