I always feel the small pressure of having a very extraordinary and unique birthday breakfast. I mean hey it is birthday time and I need to step up the breakfast game.
Having nightmares of fruit plates and fancy triple filled crepes or a big five flavor, three layer cake, I decided to go with the classical pancakes.
Vegan chocolate chip pancakes
Here we go again. I tried them let’s say 5 times so far. I failed 3 times and succeeded 2 times. A pretty bad rate I guess. Well there is the things about pancakes. They are very prone to errors.
So I thought instead of just showing you the recipe, I show you the mistakes I made when I tried them for the first time.
First thing. Over mixing is your enemy! Don’t laugh it is real. You can destroy a properly made mixture by simply over mixing. I got so many responses of people saying they tried the recipe but the dough was terrible and it was too sticky or simply not holding together.
You can avoid 90% of these occurrences by being nice to your dough and not whisking him too fast.
Second might be a personal thing but I figured out that I can form much prettier pancakes when I put the dough (once done) back into the fridge. I have no idea what it does to the dough but my pancakes look prettier when I do it.
Last but not least. Flour matters! You might know that different flour types have different consistencies and they soak the liquid ingredients more or less according to their “dryness”.
This said, let me tell you that coconut flour is a very dry flour and depends heavily on the brand.You might use a very dry one and then the dough looks dry and sticky. When you see that simply add a little more coconut milk and this will solve the problem. Pancakes require a lot of flexibility 🙂
Now I wish you a lot of fun trying them. For me they were the perfect breakfast on my birthday and daaaamn that Nutella Spread gave me the rest. (Recipe in my ebook)