Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Allergy Free Pancakes

Before Bee was born, Prince Charming and I used to get up early on some Saturday mornings and put together a whole grain pancake mix, add some buttermilk and cinnamon, and have some of the most amazing pancakes which were ready when the little Curly and Tiger woke up.  Those pancakes are one of the things I miss the most.  So, Prince Charming has been determined to make a better pancake that isn't too gummy, isn't too flat, and isn't too dense.  Last weekend he surprised the kids with pancakes that are reminiscent of our favorite recipe, just allergy free so Bee can enjoy too!

Here is Prince Charming's version of buttermilk pancakes.

Whisk together:
2 cups GF flour mix  (4 cups rice flour, 1 1/3 cup potato starch, 2/3 cup tapioca flour)
1/2 cup millet flour
1/4 cup sugar
3 t baking powder
2 t salt

1 T honey
3 t egg replacer whisked with 4 T vanilla Hemp milk (or rice or almond)
2 cups of plain rice milk (or other plain milk)

You might need to add more or less milk depending on how thick you want your pancakes.

And you could easily put in less sugar but Prince Charming believes that pancakes are part dessert and are even better with lots of real maple syrup.

These pancakes disappeared quickly and tasted like a whole grain variety.  I think it must have been the nutty flavor of the hemp milk.

All 3 kids begged Prince Charming to make them again!


Jennifer said...

What a long list of foods to avoid! It looks like you are coming up with some delicious alternatives. Thanks for linking up!

Lexi said...

You're welcome! I'm working on some new recipes so maybe I can link up again : )

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