There are many vegan pancake recipes out there and even several mixes available. So, there are many options if you find this one doesn't work for you. If you want a more traditional recipe, try here. I have made these and they are very good.
Let me start by saying I think the pancake recipe below is gross! The look weird, smell weird, and have an odd consistency. However, my kids LOVE them and eat them everyday. They are packed with nutrients. Since my son has never had real pancakes, he really don't know any better. So, why mess with it? My daughter has had regular pancakes, yet still eats these up like they're candy.
This recipe is HUGE, it makes around 160 3-inch pancakes. My kids each eat five a morning, so I saran wrap them in packs of 5 and freeze them. My son eats 3 and my daughter 2. The reason it makes so many is that these pancakes take a LONG time on the griddle so I don't want to make them often. I don't know if it is the absence of eggs, but they can take around 20 minutes a set to cook through. As you get through the batter it gets more runny in the end and it doesn't take as long.
I make these pancakes on a day when I'll be home all day, and have other things in the kitchen or nearby to keep me occupied. I only have to pay attention to them every 10 minutes or so. But, it can take me 6 hours to make all the pancakes. It makes around 160, and lasts us over a month.
This recipe started from here and I adapted it to meet our needs:
2.5 cups Whole Wheat Flour
1/2 cup Wheat Germ
3 cups Baby Cereal (I use whatever is on hand, mixed, whole grain, oatmeal, etc)
4 Cups Dairy-free Milk (I use coconut)
3 Cups Water or Apple Juice
1.5 cups Applesauce
3 Tbsp Butter
4 Cups Blueberries (I use Wyler's Frozen Wild Blueberries, they are very small and perfect for pancakes)
Mix everything together. Add water to get to your desired consistency. Cook around 275 degrees on the griddle.