I watched a documentary called "I Like Killing Flies" (I know, not very vegan, huh?)about a month ago, and fell in love with this little store/restaurant in New York City, even though I have never been there. The owner, Kenny Shopsin (above) would probably kick me out if I told him I was vegan and he had to change a dish for me. But with a menu of over 900 items, I know there's at least one thing I could order. Trust me, it's on my list for my next trip out east.
Shopsin's is very well known for a lot of things (Kenny's rules, for one; no parties over four people!), but certainly most mentioned are the mac n' cheese pancakes. I would have never attempted this without Daiya. I have to say, it turned out pretty good.
To make, use your favorite pancake batter recipe. Pour batter onto the griddle. When it's almost time to flip, throw some elbow macaroni (still hot) on the wet side, with a sprinkle or two of Daiya cheddar. Flip. Cook a couple more minutes, and slide onto a plate. I was a little squicked about putting maple syrup on these, but it absolutely made the whole experience complete. Incredibly easy, fun to make, and tasty. This would be a good one for the kids.