We normally make a pancakes from a box (Aunt Jemima). It's what I knew when I first started feeding my allergic child. And when you find something that works, you just stick with it. Our daughter is able to tolerate milk and eggs in most baked goods, such as pancakes.
The other morning I woke up and we had no milk (cow's milk) in the house, but I had already promised pancakes. I decided to substitute rice milk in the pancake mix and the outcome was great. I added just a little extra mix to the batch because the rice milk thins it out a little. But other than that, they turned out the same. You never know until you try!
A little update
4 years ago