Makes 8 pancakes
You are going to want these pancakes around this time of year the same way you are going to want vintage candy cane lights and indie-rock Xmas playlists and to watch Love, Actually over and over again. Basically, you won’t be able to live without them from now until January 1st. After that, put them away, let their powers recharge, and do it again next year!
Since vegan eggnogs vary from brand to brand, your results may vary, but I can’t see anything going drastically wrong from using a brand other than the one I used (which was So Delicious Coconut Eggnog, btw.) Some are thinner than others, some are spicier, but you always have to play with pancake batter a little anyway, adding a tablespoon of extra flour or a splash of extra liquid. So I say don’t sweat it.
I’ve also included a little extra nutmeg just to drive home the point…these are eggnog pancakes! If there still isn’t enough of that woodsy perfume then definitely shave a little bit more nutmeg over the top of your stack because YUM. The best way to shave whole nutmeg is to use a microplane grater. And then it gets super pretty, too, because you can see all the lovely grain contained within the seed. Oh, and the scent isn’t too shabby either. A little coconut oil over the top (instead of butter or whatever) tastes totally delish, too.
Serve these for Christmas morning or New Years brunch or tonight for the heck of it. Enjoy, and happy holidays everyone!