In case you ever find yourself wanting pancakes, but not having any eggs in the house (or bananas, or chia seeds, or flax seeds, or vegan egg replacer), here’s a cheeky cheaty recipe – because some things are just too good to keep to yourself.
Serves 4-6, depending on appetite, from 6p each
150g plain flour, 7p (65p/1.5kg, Sainsburys Basics)
2 tbsp cornflour, 5p (£1.30/500g, Sainsburys)
1 tsp baking powder, 4p (90p/100g, Sainsburys)
A pinch of salt (optional), <1p (45p/750g, Sainsburys Basics)
2 tbsp sugar, 1p (80p/1kg, Sainsburys)
150ml milk (I use soy for vegan pancakes), 14p (90p/1 litre, Sainsburys)
2 tbsp water
2 tbsp oil, 3p (£3/3 litres vegetable or sunflower oil, Sainsburys)
Weigh the flour and measure the cornflour into a large mixing bowl, add the baking powder, salt (if using) and sugar, and mix well to evenly distribute throughout the mixture.
Make a well in the middle…
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