Sunday, May 4, 2008

GFCFSF Pancakes

Yum! Sunday is pancake day here at our house!

We used to use Arrowhead Mills Gluten-Free Pancake & Baking Mix, which was good, but we've since switched to Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Pancake Mix.

Our recipe varies depending on what we have left in the house on Sunday morning and who is making the pancakes (me or hubby).

If I'm cooking, I like to add in some banana baby food, some Bob's Red Mill flaxseed meal, coconut milk, and blueberries. And I use unrefined coconut oil to coat the pan.

When my husband is doing pancake duty, he uses coconut milk but also adds some water to thin it out. He uses olive oil to coat the pan.

The photo above is of mine. Seriously, this is NOT to say that mine are better than his, because they're not (necessarily). I just had the camera on hand for mine. hee hee.

We both serve them with Madhava agave nectar.

By the way, if you make some extra ones, freeze them in between parchment or wax paper and you can have them for breakfast during the week. I also sometimes serve the leftovers up in the lunchbox on Monday with some agave on the side for dipping.

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