Today I set out to make pancakes, and realized that I had run out of eggs.
So I hunted around for an eggless pancake recipe, and found this.
2 cups flour
4 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
2 Tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
3 Tbsp oil
1 1/2-2 cups water
Combine all dry ingredients with a fork. Add wet ingredients, and pour in the water slowly as you mix, until it reaches a pourable consistency.
I suppose you could use milk instead of water, but I'm stingy with milk in cooking. The pancakes turned out just fine. If I had added a bit of cinnamon, they would have tasted just like the ones I usually make.
I'm poking around to see if it's possible to make an eggless cake, but the various vegan recipes I'm finding all look completely revolting. I think I'll just stick with regular egg-full cakes, once I get some more. :-)
Side note: Anybody notice that in order to eat vegan, you have to eat a lot of super-processed soy products? Isn't that kind of ... missing the point? I'd rather eat natural milk and eggs rather than processed man-made bizarre bean derivatives.