Neverland Vegan High Tea

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 I won a gift card for Neverland Tea Salon and Foodie Buddy suggested we go there because they have vegan high tea. Regular price of the tea is $50 per person which for Vancouver is a reasonable price. We were a little late to arrive as we commuted by transit. The place was very crowded but we were seated and given the menu. The server explained that we could have as many teas as we wanted but you could only one at a time. I ordered an apple black tea for the first one they also have a variety of plant milk choices I requested almond milk.  I ordered the Vegan high tea and Foodiebuddy ordered the traditional. Our platter came with all the vegan items close to me and the other items on the other side. The server explained what everything was but I still had to look up the menu online.  I started by trying the scone. The vegan ‘cream’ tasted like the coconut whipping cream you get at the grocery store. We were only given one container of jam to share but foodie buddy let me have it. The

The taste of vegan mini donuts without the effort of making donuts



 

I recently found out that most pancake mixes are vegan. The one I found with the best ingredients is a whole wheat mix. 

To the pancake mix I added some water, almond milk, and oil. I didn’t measure just mixed ingredients until the consistency looked good. 

Since I have no patience I didn’t let the mix rest and attempted to make one pan size pancake. I spread the pancake too thin and it got stuck to the pan so I scrambled it. Then I added vegan butter to the pan. You could add sugar but I added maple syrup. 

The result was delicious. They definitely tasted like donuts or mini churros. If you don’t mind your pancake not being pretty give this a try. 



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