My eggless pancakes really do taste like the real thing, I had my first anaphylactic shock from pancakes when I was 14 and it took me a long time to even try an eggless version, now I can’t stop eating them! To me these are proper English pancakes…thin and crispy and are perfect for Shrove Tuesday!

Cooking time: 1 minute per pancake (approx 30 seconds each side)

Preparation time: 10 minutes

Makes 4 pancakes

The Ingredients:

  • 4oz Plain flour
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 2 ย tsp baking powder
  • 9floz whole Milk (or dairy free alternative such as oat or almond milk)
  • 2 tbsp water
  • 2 tbsp oil
  • oil for cooking

The Method:

  1. Sift the flour in to a bowl
  2. Add the sugar and baking powder
  3. Mix the water and oil with the milk
  4. Add the milk mixture to the bowl and mix with a whisk or folk until it looks like a batter, don’t over mix though (it shouldn’t have bubbles)
  5. Add approx 2tsp of oil to a non stick frying pan, you may need more if your pan is bigger, make sure you move the oil around the pan as it heats until oil has touched the whole bottom of the pan (this will prevent it from sticking), continue to heat the frying pan until it’s smoking hot (be careful though, it’s very hot)
  6. Add oneย ladleย of the pancake mixture to the frying pan and move it quickly around the pan until it’s covered the bottom
  7. Lift the edge of the pancake and when it looks a little brown, flip it to cook the other side
  8. When the bottom of the pancake is slightly brown serve and add your favourite topping (mine is simply just lemon juice and sugar)
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117 Responses to Pancakes

  1. bev says:

    These look great, I am going to give them a go using rice milk as my son is allergic to dairy as well.

    • Kate says:

      Bev – have you tried this yet? any good? I’m also egg and dairy free. Hoping they’ll be yummy so that i can enjoy pancake day!!

    • shoned says:

      These were so tasty, my daughter is allergic to egg, this recipe is so easy to make, even my other daughter thought they were made with egg.

      • christina says:

        im allergic to eggs too but its only been for about 14 years so i know what they are like with eggs in and these are just how i remember them love them x

        • Jude says:

          Hi Christina,
          I used to be able to eat eggs too, I developed an egg allergy after I had the TB jab when I was 14 years old!

  2. mary says:

    I am so glad i found this this morning! my boy cant have eggs, wheat, milk and soya!! so i will try this with his gluten free flour and he has a ‘special’ pepti junior formula milk (which i can use in cooking) so i will try this recipe. I really didnt want him to miss out on pancake day. Brilliant, thank you so much. xx

  3. mar-yam says:

    k so i tried it and they came out well ……… edible. They were really soft though so i added a tad bit more flour cuz the first one like stuck to the pot, maybe i used too much milk too eh not certain,but all in all it was a victory for the no eggie pancakes!!

  4. kathy says:

    hi can u use butter in stead of oil for fryin them in??

    • Jude says:

      Hi Kathy – I’m sure you could use butter instead of oil, as long as you have some sort of fat in the pan to fry them. Let me know how you get on.

  5. Sarah says:

    Thank you so much for this. My 18 month old daughter is allergic to eggs, and I didn’t want her or her older siblings to miss out on pancake day. They went down really well – every bit as good as eggy pancakes, especially by the time they were liberally sprinkled with sugar and lemon! We’re all absolutely stuffed now! I tried frying them in both butter and oil – both were fine, although I found they stuck less with oil. I doubled up the recipe (as there are 5 of us) and found it easily made 10 6″ pancakes. Yummy, yummy recipe, thank you! That’s one less thing my daughter has to miss out on!

    • Jude says:

      Yay I’m glad you like them, I’m stuffed from eating them too (although I’m sure if I made another batch they would soon get eaten!)

  6. Jessica says:

    I used this recipe since we were out of eggs. I had to add more flour, though, as it was more liquid than batter. Overall it was a good experience. I’m always happy to find recipes that compensate for my constantly running out of, for us, essential cooking ingredients.

  7. El-e wood says:

    Thanks so much i LOVED pancakes untill i got a rash from eggs my reaction is that bacd but it still looks ugly:-) and now i can eat again:-)!x

  8. Lizzy A says:

    delicious! Had no eggs in and craving pancakes, perfect recipe!!

  9. charlene says:

    these egg less pancakes are divine!!! =D

    • padhma says:

      Hi, Please let me know the milk quantity used ? I donot understand what it says in the receipe, sorry. tks

  10. Lucy says:

    These pancakes are lovely!! I normally eat them with egg but we didn’t hav any eggs in the house so I thought I would try with out and these were lovely!! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank You!

  11. Mike Pink says:

    Just tried this recipe as my wife and daughter, although not allergic to eggs, just don’t like them! So I decided to try this egg free recipe as a surprise breakfast this morning and we all loved it! My wife actually prefers this to traditional pancakes. Plus I used Splenda instead of sugar and this worked really well so I will also be able to use for my father-in-law who is diabetic. Thank you for putting this recipe out there, it’s great and I will definitely be using it again. x

  12. Anna says:

    Amazing, we arn’t allergic of eggs however we don’t have any in the house and too lazy to go buy more. This is a great alternative for the lazy people, like myself.

    Thank you
    2 Lazy pancake lovers !!

  13. Lhyam says:

    Made these the other day and they tasted amazing. I actually preferred them to pancakes with egg!

  14. Anabel says:

    Made these for my 2 year old son who is allergic to eggs. I also made some without sugar and he loved these as wraps with houmous and cheese.


    • Jude says:

      I think they would be quite nice as a savoury pancake, I hadn’t thought of doing that, I think I’ll try them on pancake day without the sugar!

  15. Nick says:

    i just made these at 2:50am i know it was early but i wanted pancakes so i had a bite and its actually good

  16. Marie says:

    Oh my… completely stuffed after making and eating these pancakes! Made them using Doves Self Raising Gluten Free flour as son has Coeliac Disease as well as Egg Allergy. He filled his with white chocolate and ice cream and I had chocolate sauce and ice cream. All I can say is WOW!!!! Thanks for the recipe mx

  17. Sara says:

    These are nice using spinach and smoked fish, with a cheese sauce, very filling too.

  18. kelly says:

    Really looking forward to trying these with my 19month old son, who hasnt tried pancakes yet due to the egg, So we will be making pancakes together ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thank You

    • Mariana says:

      Really delicious – wanted pancakes no eggs – gave it a go – highly recommend these are so light and crispy -mmmm – definitely will have again – thank you!!

  19. Liz says:

    Just the thing to keep my egg ellergic boy happy on pancake day.
    So tasty too.

  20. Maria Carey says:

    My 7 year old son has been allergic to eggs & wheat since being a baby. I am so looking forward to trying this recipe and see his gorgeous smile when he comes home from school ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you.

  21. Emma says:

    Delicious! Thanks so much for sharing.. My eldest is allergic to egg and I am slowly building up a repertoire of serious alternatives. Ill be sure to check out your other recipes! Thanks again

  22. Kelly says:

    I am going to make these today for my gorgeous but egg-allergic son this evening. I was wondering what type of oil you recommend using? Looking forward to seeing him have his first pancake (and be safe whilst doing so!).

    • Jude says:

      I just used vegetable oil, I think any oil that doesn’t have a strong taste would work fine! (sorry for the delay in replying, hope you tried them anyway?!) x

  23. Tina says:

    These worked brilliantly – looked and smelt like a regular egg version but safe for my little boy who thoroughly enjoyed his pancake! Thanks for sharing this recipe x

  24. Rad71 says:

    These pancakes were fantastic. My 6yr old son, who has an egg allergy, was delighted to join us in our pancake day feast! Our egg free effort last year was disastrous and the recipe thrown away! We all had pancakes using this recipe and were pleasantly surprised. This recipe is a keeper!

  25. Sarah says:

    I have just made these and they were delicious, thanks for posting this, I’ll use this again.

  26. Liesa says:

    Thanks!! Ordered an Indian meal tonight as I was sulking due to lack of pancakes!! Will try recipe tomorrow, did make them last year with egg and spent rest of night in agony with my stomach ache, having an egg allergy is a complete pain so many thanks xx

  27. Deborah says:

    This is a great recipe, my son has an egg allergy and hasn’t been able to have pancakes. We tried these tonight and they’re delicious, I don’t think you could tell the difference between a traditional batter mix and this. Fantastic thank you so much ๐Ÿ™‚

  28. Jenny Twist says:

    I am amazed that eggless pancakes can look so good!

  29. Cai wright says:

    My pancakes exploded in the pan ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

  30. Ni says:

    I am not allergic to eggs, and I don’t know anyone who is. I am going to try this today because we don’t have any eggs in the house. ๐Ÿ™‚

  31. Tina Dubb says:

    About to try these pancakes for my son who has an egg allergy. The pancakes look great and judging by all the feedback – they surely will Tate great too!! Thanks for sharing!!

  32. Amy Hughes says:

    I’ve just made these with my 2 year old. Besides everything else that goes with the obvious worries of your child having an allergy, I was upset she’d never be able to properly enjoy cakes, pancakes, and my home made cookies. On pancake day we tried a shop bought powder mix that said egg yolk only but still my daughter spat it out (luckily she’s good at that, people offer her cake she gets excited bites it, then it must itch or hurt and she spits it all out). So my sister-in-law found your site and gave me the address. It’s taken me to now to use it because I’ve been attempting (failing) to diet, but after an episode of Peppa Pig flipping pancakes and then a couple of hours of “mommy pancakes” I gave in. I just want to thank you because we both LOVED them and it meant I could even give some to my 7 month old and not worry!!
    And I mean it really really Thank You! I’ve always hoped prayed she’d grow out of it but now I’m not so worried because of this site. Next stop cupcakes I think? And to think she’ll be able to eat a birthday cake now using your hic sponge recipe is brilliant!
    Thank you! Amy, Izzy and Will
    Ps where’s your blog? Can you send me a link, I’d be really interested in reading more x

    • Jude says:

      Hi Amy, Izzy & Will,
      I’m glad you like my blog, pancakes are the one thing that I missed and now I make them all the time just because I can!
      I only have recipes on my blog and there’s a little bit about my allergies on although I’m thinking of expanding this section now as I’ve found some other great egg free recipes and information about products with no egg in them.
      Happy baking to you all!
      Jude x

  33. Charles McLaren says:


  34. Stormy says:

    Wow, here I am, reading all these stories about people finding ways around tricky allergies, and I just didn’t have any eggs in the house! Super recipe, tasted just as good as the eggy version, and I’ll DEFINATELY use it again ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m so glad people have taken the time to create recipes that allow people with allergies (or people with no eggs in the house) to eat just as yummy breakfasts :3

  35. shafa says:

    i make the pancakes on this morning for my kids my kids says it is the greatest recipe

  36. Francesca says:

    I have no baking powder, will it be a problem for this recipe if i replace the 2tsp of baking powder with nomal flour or something?
    Thank You

    • Jude says:

      You can try, I haven’t tried it without! Let me know how you get on!

      • John Kinner says:

        I have made them without the baking powder, they where more like crepes but the kids loved them. They do like them more with baking powder…

  37. Beth pryke says:

    I am not allergic to eggs, but there weren’t any eggs in tne house and I wanted pancakes they were reallly nice!!!!

  38. Dusty says:

    My chickens have quit laying so I was out of eggs. We also ran out of milk! I used dry milk powder as well as sucralose. My only complaint is they didn’t make enough! Ill have to triple the recipe next time. I did them smaller and on the griddle. Wonderful recipe. Thank you. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Jude says:

      Hi Dusty!
      Glad you liked my recipe and make sure you come back when your chickens stop laying again ;o)
      Jude x

  39. suzie james says:

    i find my pancakes won’t flip very easily! is anyone else finding this? any tips? my pancakes are splitting! xx

    • Jude says:

      Hi Suzie,
      Are your pancakes too thin? And is your pan smoking hot with enough oil? and are you using a non-stick pan? They should flip like normal egg pancakes.
      Let me know how you get on.

  40. Giselle says:

    So happy to have found this! My mom is allergic to eggs and I’m cooking for her for mothers day. Thanks so much!

    • Jude says:

      Hi Giselle,
      Did your mum like the pancakes? You should make my Victoria sandwich, you’ll definitely get brownie points then ;o)
      Jude x

  41. yadika says:

    first try with no eggs,it actually tasted the same:)!absolutely divine.

  42. yadika says:

    This recipe is extraordinary!first time I tried without eggs,it was super delicious.thank you!

  43. John Kinner says:

    The pancakes are great. Use gluten free flour and Oatley milk as I have dairy/wheat/egg intolerant children. I manage 6 pancakes out of a batch and they get gobbled too quickly!

    • Jude says:

      Hi John,

      Glad the kids liked them! How do you manage cooking with all those intolerance’s? Do you struggle with general baking?
      Jude x

  44. Alyssa says:

    These are really great! I didn’t have any eggs in the house but I wanted pancakes, and these are really good. Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚ xxx

  45. Hollie says:

    I really didn’t like this recipe, this is unfortunate because i was really excited to make them. I followed everything but found that 1. the pancake was very hard to turn over (floppy) and 2. they didn’t taste nice at all.
    Since this has very good reviews i can’t imagine why it didn’t work for me. Any suggestions would be great, I’m sure it was a minor slip up – maybe even the temp I cooked at? Thank you anyway.

    • Jude says:

      Hi Hollie,
      I’m sorry they didn’t work for you, was your pan smoking hot and did it have enough oil? Is the bottom of the pancake cooked enough so it’s loose to flip? Also what flavour did you add after they were cooked…I find that if I add sugar and lemon to any pancakes they taste good.
      Let me know if you try them again.
      Jude x

  46. Mollie Philpott says:

    I gave up as it wouldn’t flip

  47. N. R. says:

    I love pancakes but I often don’t have any eggs,
    I think I will never use eggs in my pancakes now.
    Pancakes I made with this recipe were fantastic!

    Thank you!

  48. Maria says:

    Hi Jude
    Can you please clarify how much milk to use as I didn’t quite understand it.
    I want to make this pancakes for my daughter as she is allergic to eggs.
    Thank you.

  49. Kathryn says:

    I’ve never had a no egg pancake before – you’ve converted me almost ๐Ÿ˜‰
    I didn’t have any eggss in the house but I really wanted pancakes I came across this by accident but im glad I did
    The first one didn’t go so well I didn’t put enough oil in the pan so it kinda stuck and ended up looking more like scrambled egg on my plate… but it was still delicious and the second ended up like a thick pancake so I started to get really confused – but, as expected, it was scrum my
    Now off to make the rest of them ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for the recipe!

    • Jude says:

      I’m glad they worked out for you Kathryn, remember to try my egg free cakes when you run out of eggs again…they’re delicious!


  50. Kathryn says:

    They’re still really nice but the mix has started to thicken in the bowl and instead of being runny like when I first made it its now gloopy…is it meant to do that?… and how do I fix it

    I’m 15, I love cooking, but pancakes…they’re gonna be the end of me ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Jude says:

      Hi Kathryn,

      I think it will be the bi-carb reacting and it will be starting to rise, if you try adding a drop more milk in to it and give it a stir, it should be ok. I’m not sure I’d leave it too long though, it won’t last as long as an pancake egg mix.

  51. Bex says:

    Wow deliouce i was out of eggs and i think even when i have eggs ill use this recipe BTW i used skimmed semi milk it worked out fine!

  52. Bex says:

    Hello. deliciious recipe i found they were like fluffy american pancakes. Anyway if im using self rasing flor how much bi carb should i use?

    Btw im terribe atl flippinnpancake


  53. John Townley says:

    Brilliant! I was out of eggs and it was Tasty Tuesday so I made egg-less pancakes!

  54. Zoe says:

    Fantastic pancakes with no eggs! My little girl is allergic to eggs so had to miss out on pancake day last year. I will be following this recipe this year.
    Thank you.

    • Jude says:

      So glad you like the recipe!
      I’m looking forward to pancake day tomorrow…I don’t know why I feel I can only make them on pancake day, it’s like Christmas!!

  55. Lesley says:

    Sorry it did not work I tried it with butter instead of oil then it wasn’t good it looked like scrambled egg :/ but then I tried it with sunflower oil even that did not work.I’m typing while my finger is burning from touching the hot water after cleaning the pan.I put sugar and I melted some chocolate (SOME of the chocolate turned black so I threw it away). Before I started I read the reviews 99.8 good (1 bad review & me). The only person who liked it was my 2 year old daughter who eats anything! My 3 year old ate it but when I offered him another he refused.Im sorry for this 4/10.

    From an upset cooker

  56. Lauren says:


    My daughter has an egg allergy and I’ve become a master at egg free cakes but pancakes allude me!

    Every recipe I’ve tried sticks to the pan, I’ve tried less oil / more oil but still I have to scrape them off.

    I’ve just tried your recipe yet the same thing happened!

    What do you think?

    • Jude says:

      Hi Lauren,

      Are you using a non stick pan for the pancakes? I’ve found the key is plenty of oil and a very hot pan (apparently that’s the key for egg pancakes too?!)
      Let me know if you try again and how you get on

  57. Simon Ferre says:


    Like many others, we had no eggs in the house. Also, I had ran out of milk, but as my wife uses soya milk we used that instead.

    The preparation and cooking went well, but the pancakes were quite thick, the batter didn’t want to level out in the pan, and worst of all, they tasted odd. Even with the sugar and lemon on top.

    Think it was the taste of the baking powder overpowering everything else.

    Maybe with a bit of tweaking it would be to our taste, and has promise compared with other egg recipes I’ve tried in the past, so I will not give up on them, but I’m glad I didn’t do these on 4th March (the day of pancake day/Shrove Tuesday 2o14) and have a chance to perfect it a bit. Any suggestions on what I can do.

    My wife prefers thick American style pancakes, so I need to know what to do to make them more like that.

    • Jude says:

      Hi Simon,

      For American pancakes try using less milk, the baking powder is needed to help them rise, but maybe try mixing it in with the milk first before adding it to the bowl. If you want thinner pancakes then try adding a little more milk, you have to move the pan quite fast to level them out, again if you use a little more milk it will move faster.
      Let me know how you get on.

  58. Amanda Hayes says:

    Hi, Jude! I handle social media for ilumi, a new(ish) company that specialises in allergy-friendly foods. We’d love to publish your delicious-sounding recipe in honour of Pancake Day tomorrow, if you don’t mind – especially since it sounds as if several of your readers have successfully made it dairy and gluten-free as well! We would, of course, credit you properly for your genius ๐Ÿ™‚ and link back to this blog post. If that sounds okay to you, please just let me know!

    Many thanks,

    • Jude says:

      Hi Amanda,
      That’s fine to do let me know if you get any feedback and the link will be very much appreciated.

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  60. Bex says:

    I havent been able to eat pancakes since I found out I’m allergic to eggs 10 years ago. this recipe is literally the best thing I’ve ever discovered

  61. Tracey Kennedy says:

    Thank you so much! After my egg intolerance was diagnosed last year, I thought I’d never eat another pancake… Just made these and would hardly note the difference – I did add a pinch of salt as the first one was a bit bland. Thanks again!

  62. Amanda says:

    Hi, I’ve just made these for my son who is allergic to egg and I was very impressed. I actually made them dairy free too, substituting with soya milk as hubby is dairy free, and the straight swap worked!! They did take a good bit of oil to stop them sticking but tasted great. Thank you!

  63. Julie Potts says:

    I’ve told everyone I know via Facebook about your brilliant recipe and the really helpful suggestions and “tweaks” you offer!
    If you miss out on nice treats just because you can’t eat eggs, don’t like them, are trying to lose weight or even save a bit of money – here’s a brilliantly simple recipe and an equally brilliant blog I stumbled on today.
    My 4 year old very first words this morning, who’s highly allergic to eggs, were
    “Oh-oh! Oh-oh! Oh-oh!”
    We wondered what had happened, then she burst into the bedroom and shouted – “IT’S PANCAKE DAY!!!”
    Well, I looked for an egg free recipe and found your blog. What a treat!! They were truly lovely – lighter than eggy ones (cheaper too) and after a bit of tinkering we got the recipe as we liked. Brill for my little girl, and lower in calories, especially if you try semi skimmed rather than whole milk (if you need to consider that sort of thing). We left the sugar out so they could be used for savoury or sweet and used rapeseed oil in the batter. She wolfed two down – it was lovely to see her being ‘part’ of something she’s never been able to be before… Highly recommended. Will DEFINITELY be trying out other recipes on “No Egg!” Thanks a million, Jude ๐Ÿ™‚

  64. Tim Poultney says:

    Thank you! My little boy (nearly two) is allergic to egg and milk so I made these up with soya milk and against all expectations he ate them! Peanut butter and strawberry jam were his preferred toppings.

  65. Nush says:

    My son is severely allergic to milk and eggs, I made your recipe tonight for pancake day in the UK. I used soya milk instead of milk. The pancakes came out fabulous and the whole family enjoyed them. Thank you so much, I look forward to trying your other recipes.

  66. owlmaster22 says:

    i have no eggs so this is perfect tnx:)

  67. melodie says:

    i was searching online looking for an eggless pancake recipe like my english grandfather used to always make me as a child. he used eggs and dairy but i can no longer eat eggs or dairy. this is the perfect recipe! i just changed out the milk for coconut milk and it was like my grandfathers pancakes all over again. even down to the way you eat them with sugar and lemon juice, thats what my grandfather used to put on them as well! thank you so much!

  68. Sarah McGowan says:

    I love your egg free recipes and my boys loved your pancakes on shrove tuesday! My question is have you ever used this mix to make yorkshire puddings?

  69. Marcia says:

    Hi Jude,

    I have been converted to your ‘egg-free’ pancakes! Like most people, we ran out of egg – as every Tuesday is ‘pancake day’ at ours ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I used spelt flour and semi skimmed milk, it came out a treat! They cooked as soon as they hit the pan, I think that is the main thing, the (non stick) pan must be hot! (A good spatula also helps).

    I will have a go at some of your other recipes too.

    Thank you very much

  70. Katy Sperring says:

    Hi, could this batter recipe be used to make yorkshires do you think? or could I modify it?

    • Jude says:

      Hi Katy,
      I’ve tried making yorkshire puds with this recipe and they didn’t work, I just can’t ge them to rise! I’ll let you know if I crack it :o)

  71. karaig says:

    My 16 year old daughter first made these pancakes for her 5 year old brother who has an egg and milk allergy. She used soya milk and they were great! I was asked to make pancakes for my neice and nephew yesterday and as I hate eggs I tried this recipe. The results were yummy!
    Thanks for sharing. I would be trying the cakes next!

  72. Dawn McArthur says:

    Thanks for this, I replaced the flour with doves GF plain and with warmed soya milk to make it GF and dF, and it worked a treat! Ate pancakes for breakfast lunch and dinner yesterday day!! Fab to have a quick easy carb can make and add toppings too!

  73. rika says:

    a life saver. Yummy, too!

  74. Jo says:

    I book marked this recipe several years ago and am still using the recipe. They are so like crepes made with eggs. I always make double quantities and add another couple of tablespoons of water to make the batter a little thinner. They taste so good – thank you.

  75. Ivan says:

    I have tried many pancake recipes before but these were by far the easier one to make. They also taste better than pancakes with eggs and feel lighter.
    Thank you very much for sharing we will be making them often.

  76. Kiyya says:

    My daughter’s allergic to eggs (amongst other things) and has to have epipens. We found this recipe on pancake day, and my mum made these pancakes with my kids while I went out. They loved them, and my mum was very impressed with how much like egg pancakes they are, in the way they cook. She asked me to let you know how impressed she and the kids were with the pancakes. Especially my daughter with the allergies, she would’ve been so upset not to have pancakes on pancake day. I didn’t get to eat any because they were all gone before I got back! Have saved the recipe for future reference.

  77. Gail Louise Kelsey says:

    Have made these pancakes three times now and they are amazing, I have a daughter who is allergic to eggs but also adores pancakes so this recipe is perfect. Definitely a big hit in my household so there will be many more pancakes eaten thanks to this recipe.

  78. catherine Sinha says:

    Didn’t have eggs in the house, great alternative, tastes better than normal pancakes. They worked better than the ones we tried with eggs in them anyway. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

  79. H says:

    Just given these a whirl pre-pancake day as my 2 year old daughter has an egg allergy. Iโ€™ve made some using other recipes which were absolutely disgusting but THESE ONES ARE AMAZING! I honestly couldnโ€™t really tell the difference. Fingers crossed she likes next week. Thank you so much ?

    (I made them with melted butter instead of oil)

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