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Gluten Free & Dairy Free Pancakes

We make these pancakes all the time, they are very easy, quick and soooo good!!! You may need to double or triple the mixture as necessary. If I’m cooking for my lot of 6 we double it. Or if the children have friends round for a sleepover, the pancakes seem to be a must, so I triple the mixture.

GLUTEN FREE & DAIRY FREE PANCAKES

We make these pancakes all the time, they are soooo good!!! They are so easy too and if you are buying a ready mix (why?!!) Follow me and you will not want to, as you will save money and you will not have to put unnecessary nasties in your food!) right… you may need to double or triple the mixture as necessary. If I’m cooking for my lot of 6 we double it. Or if the children have friends round for a sleepover, the pancakes seem to be a must, so I triple the mixture
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time15 mins
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: French
Keyword: gluten dairy free pancakes, gluten free pancakes, wheat free pancakes
Servings: 4 people
Calories: 1kcal
Author: claireskitchen

Ingredients

  • 125 g gluten free flour I tend to use self raising, but if you only have plain just add some baking powder to it.
  • 1 egg
  • 250 ml milk I tend to use oat milk here (you can get gluten free oat milk or use nut milk) but try your own substitute, or if not dairy free use normal) I find rice milk a little thin.
  • coconut oil or oil for frying, or if not dairy free use butter as it does taste good.

Instructions

  • so mix together your mixture until smooth with no lumps, you can even do this the night before and leave it in the fridge, as I always think it’s best if left to sit for a while. Dont worry if you dont manager this as i often dont and mix it up and use it straight away and its fine.  Then take a appropriate size pan with shallow sides and heat until hot and put in your oil, pour in some batter and roll round the batter to give an even thin coating. Once bubbles have formed and after a minute or so flip it over, sorry I always use a spatula, you can decide! And cook on the other side and repeat!
  • Serve with your choice of fillings, the list is endless but mine favourite is either fruit or lemon or sugar!
  • Yum, enjoy

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