These fluffy vegan sheet pan pancakes are a delightful twist on a classic breakfast, and you’ll love how easy they are to make. This is also a great make-ahead breakfast recipe for busy mornings!

vegan sheet pan pancakes
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Why I Love Sheet Pan Pancakes

While I love traditional pancakes, sheet pan pancakes might be even better. They’re incredibly convenient, especially if you’re feeding a crowd. Instead of standing over a hot griddle, you can prepare a large batch all at once, making them perfect for family brunches or gatherings with friends.

I also love how sheet pan pancakes are more consistent in the texture and thickness of the pancakes. You won’t have to worry about some pancakes turning out too thick, too thin, or unevenly cooked. This ensures that every bite is just as delicious as the last. You get perfectly fluffy pancakes every time.

Plus, they are easy to customize! I added chocolate chips to mine but you can switch it up with your favorite toppings, like fresh berries, sliced bananas, diced apples, or a drizzle of maple syrup to make them your own.

Ingredients and Substitutions

  • Flour– I recommend all purpose flour, as I have not tested it with gluten-free flour. You could substitute half whole wheat flour, if you prefer.
  • Baking Powder- A leavening agent that helps the pancakes rise and become light and airy.
  • Ground Cinnamon– Adds a warm, comforting flavor and aroma to the pancakes.
  • Salt- Enhances the overall flavor of the pancakes by balancing the sweetness and other flavors.
  • Banana– Acts as a natural sweetener and also contributes moisture, making the pancakes tender and soft. Be sure the bananas are very ripe.
  • Almond Milk- You can substitute oat milk or soymilk, if you prefer.
  • Coconut Oil or Avocado Oil– Adds richness and moisture to the pancakes while also preventing them from sticking to the pan.
  • Maple Syrup– Adds sweetness and a subtle maple flavor to the pancakes, enhancing their overall taste. You can substitute with agave, if you prefer.

How to Make Sheet Pan Pancakes