|Melisser lives in Europe so her ingredients look cooler than mine.|
For The 5th day of Vegan MoFo we had the privilege of having Melisser Elliott A.K.A The Urban Housewife contribute to Our Family Album with a European take on The Betty Crocker Project Oven Pancake and it looks OH so good! Melisser has been making the world a beautiful place for years with everything from recipes, cruelty-free make-up tips to travel and restaurant guides. She’s taken all her years of kind-living and written a pretty awesome book titled The Vegan Girl’s Guide to Life that expands on her webprojects and includes so much more… If you’re lucky enough to live on the East Coast – you’re going to want to swing by and check out one of these events from her book tour and pick up one of these books for yourself! I can’t wait to get my copy! OX – Annie
When you look at the vast selection of dishes on Meet the Shannons, it’s impressive. So impressive that when I was faced with a million veganized Betty Crocker dishes I could test out, I was shell shocked and had one hell of a choice to make. After digging through tons of options, what did I choose? PANCAKE. Yes, I said pancake. You see, I was so intrigued by the oven baked pancake and it had easy to gather ingredients in my new home of Vienna, so I went for it. This dish come together very easily and you start to wonder, is this going to work? The good news is, it does! One minute you’re baking
some batter in a Pyrex pan and 20 minutes later you have a big ol’pancake to split with friends (or not). It would be a great thing to make while you’re working on a stove top tofu scramble or other dish.
One thing I noted was the lack of sugar in the batter, so I was sure to top mine with lots of maple syrup and jam, despite the berry and powdered sugar suggestion. What can I say? I’m a rebel.
Anyway, get out there and make yourself a big, buttery, spongy oven pancake. What have you got to lose?
3 thoughts on “The Family Album : The Urban Housewife makes Betty Beautiful!”
I think I'm going to try this family-style pancake instead of making individual ones next time. How fun!
I'd love to try this for Sunday breakfast. I'm wondering whether one cold use the trusty iron frying pan rather than pyrex.
Haha, that's what my ingredients look like too.