Your kids love pancakes, but with so many different food allergies, itshard to find one that pleases everyone.Well, look no further. Our kitchen-tested and kid-approved allergy-friendly pancake recipe is one your family will love.
Not all gluten free all purpose flours are the same. For this recipe, weve tried King Arthur flour with the most success. Youll find a lot of suggestions in the comments below this post with mixes and brands our members have successfully used.
Some of the most delicious pancakes! I follow the recipe except I use Bobs Red Mill Gluten Free All Purpose flour. I found that using half to 3/4 of the wet ingredient mixture yields perfectly thick and fluffy pancakes. Using all the wet ingredient mixture will make the batter too runny and youll end up with flat pancakes.
I tried these twice with Bobs Red Mill 1 to 1 flour and they came out gummy. No substitutions other than I used unsweetened soy milk. The second time, I tried to make the pancakes as thin as possible in case they werent cooking through, but they were just as gummy. Any suggestions?
I always have this gummy problem when using flax or chia eggs in pancakes unfortunately the only solution I was able to find was to add an egg or half to the recipe, it 100% makes it non gummy and doesnt stick to the pan.
Delicious! I only had about 1/4 cup of vanilla oat milk left, so I cut the recipe in 1/2 and added more applesauce to makeup for the lack of milk. My 4yo son made them with me and ate every last bite-yum!!
These tasted great! But not in pancake form. . .I used bobs red mill 1:1 gluten free baking flour. No matter what I tried, nonstick or cast iron, lots of oil or a medium amount, they just kept sticking. So, I took a low-rimmed circular cake pan, lined the bottom and sided with parchment paper, greased with avocado oil, and popped it in the oven at 350 degrees f, and left it in for about 20 minutes, give or take. It came out very nicely, like a thin cake, and I sliced it up and served it. I recommend adding an extra teaspoon of cinnamon when you are making the batter.
WOW ! Talk about YUM!!!! These were by far the BEST GF and DF pancakes I have come across. They were gone in an instant and the whole family LOVED them! I swapped maple syrop out with honey. and used a blend of Buckwheat/almond flour. This is my go to from now one :)
This recipe was exactly what I was looking for. I am vegan, my son has a nut allergy and he brought home a friend who has Celiacs disease. What to do?? These pancakes turned out GREAT and were a huge hit with fruit and maple syrup. I only had to make one small substitution my flax meal has traces of both gluten and nuts. I used chick pea fluid in my fluid measurement to replace the egg/flax. This worked perfectly and the pancakes were tender and delicious. Thanks so much!
I love these pancakes but have 1 minor issue. No matter how hot or how long I cook them, they never seem to get fully cooked inside. They are always so moist inside that they crush easily. I would describe the insides as too moist. I have cut back on the almond milk until the batter gets quite thick. That helps but
I am having the same issue as Andy B. And I was thinking the same thing as you Laura. I am using the red mill version that uses sweet white rice and brown rice as their gluten free substitute. The pancakes remind me of the consistency of a mochi ice cream. But I will for sure try the King Arthur version.
I am a longtime vegan (24 years) so used maple syrup and coconut milk. I also am gluten-free but have to stay away from nightshades as well. Every gluten-free flour Ive seen (ready made mix) has potato starch in it, so I mixed 1/3 almond flour, 1/3 rice flour and 1/3 buckwheat. That worked well. I also added 1/2 tablespoon of psyllium husks they hold things together.
YUM!! Finally a gluten free, vegan pancake recipe that works! Weve been doing the gluten free, vegan eating for around 5 years now (my daughter longer), so I have tried a few pancake recipes in my search for a go-to one. This one is it. Its WAY better than the others online I have tried and Ive probably tried at least 5-6 (and gave up). Thank you for my familys new go-to gf/vegan pancake recipe. Wonderfully sublime.
I cant eat a lot of things (Dairy, eggs, soy), because i breastfeed my 6 months old, Ive been craving pancakes for soooooooo long, but didnt thought they could be made without eggs, but oooooh i was so wrong. These are the MOST AMAZING pancakes i have ever made and eaten!!
Although I havent made these with cassava flour, I do have a recipe for Cassava flour pancakes here http://bit.ly/CassavaPancakes. Swap the eggs for 2 flax eggs (3 tablespoons of water mixed with 1 tablespoon ground flax = 1 egg).
Hi Julie, this is not a recipe that can be made with cassava flour. Cassava flour isnt really a flour but a starch. The measurements are goign to be different. This recipe for Cassava Flour Pancakes was created specifically for cassava flour. It works with a dairy-free substitute as well. Enjoy.
I made these in frustration I had onions and mushrooms chopped all ready to make an omelette only to find no eggs in the fridge! What to make for breakfast with no gluten and no eggs??? A quick search brought me to this recipe substituted green banana flour for all purpose flour, finely mashed banana for the applesauce, and psyllium husk for the ground flax seed. A delicious discovery!
Those are amazing! It was my first time making gluten free pancakes and omg they are better than the other I made with gluten! I added few blueberries inside the butter and they were amazing! And very good nice touch was that it say add half the wet butter fist and then as needed because I only used 3/4 of my wet mixture. Maybe because I didnt scoop the flour out of the container but fader fill the cup with a spoon and then level. Anyway just something to be greatful for that the recipe is so thoughtfully written.
I tried the Bisquick Gluten Free mix and it tasted like heaven. Plus i omitted the flaxseed and added flax milk because I didnt have any flaxseed. And finally, this recipe tastes AMAZING with some homemade blueberry syrup!
I used chickpea flour (from my local farmers market, no specific brand) and followed the recipe EXACTLY and it was awesome! Ive tried many gf, vegan pancake mixes, this is by far the best. My kids gobbled it up, even my little one who is 4 and beyond picky. Thank you! Guys, just follow the recipe and itll be great!
Oh my GOODNESS!! Just last month I went to the doctor, got some tests done, and they came back saying I had Celiac disease!! And being the baker I am, I wanted to fined really good recepice fast so i could continue doing what I love! Me and my mom stumbled across MOMables! ANd LET ME TELL YOU!! this pancake recipe was the first thing a made from this website and I DONT EVEN REALLY CARE IF I HAVE CELIAC DISEASES IF IT MEANS THIS IS THE KINDA STUFF I CAN EAT!! These were the best pancakes Ive EVER eaten!!
This is a great recipe! I love it and have made it many times! I use Bobs Red Mill 1 to 1 Gluten Free Baking Flour and cashew milk. I found that the milk alone is enough moisture. If you add applesauce, the pancakes are a little too moist, so I removed the applesauce and thought the consistency of the pancakes turned out much better.
I used BOBS 1:1 and no applesauce, and they turned out too thick for me! I used monkfruit instead of maple syrup and added 1/4tsp organic maple extract. And DID use the applesauce, they were thinner and more pancake like!
Same here ladies, unfortunately Ive had no luck with the arrowhead flour. I wish Id know before purchasing a full bag. Pancakes are always flat, gummy and batter is lumpy and thick. Ill try red mill or making my own in the future!
Hi Brittany, sorry the Arrowhead did not work for you. I do not recommend that brand (ever) unless you are baking chocolate chip cookies. Its about the only thing that doesnt come out disastrous. Try Bobs Red Mill 1:1.
I tried this recipe this morning and was sad to see that the resulting pancakes were gummy, heavy, and had an off flavor. I used Bobs Redmill 1 to 1 flour, almond milk, and I substituted the applesauce with a flax egg, which I have successfully substituted on numerous gluten free and vegan pancake recipes with amazing results. Very dissapointed that this recipe, as I see others have stated, was gummy and unappealing.
I made these pancakes this morning with Authentic Foods brand gluten-free multiblend flour. I forgot to add the syrup but they still came out really good and my daughter gave them a thumbs up. That is huge as she is a picky eater on top of being allergic to 7 of the top 8. Thank you for a great recipe.
Hi Dorothy, I have not had success making these pancakes with a homemade gf mix. With those, youll need xantham gum to bind for sure but I have not been able to get the amounts right. Without it, youll get chewy pancakes.
Tried this recipe this morning and LOVED IT! It was a huge hit. My uncle is not the kind to try different things and raved about them! This is a KEEPER! Thanks so much for sharing. BTW I used the Reds Gluten, Wheat and Dairy Free All Purpose Flour. YUM!
I doubled the batch. For flour, I used half fonio flour and half Bobs Redmill. I substituted pulverized psylliyum husks (from the coffee grinder) for the flaxmeal, only using half the quantity. And I used Pacific oatmilk (which is pretty disgusting to drink, but works fine for cooking). Instead of apple sauce, I used a fresh Fuji apple that I finely minced in the food processor, and I subbed sugar for the maple syrup.
The batter was too thin at first, but I knew that psyllium thickens with time so I let it sit for 10 minutes before cooking with it and that did the trick. (Next time Ill wait 15.) I oiled the cast iron and as usual, the first pancake was crap.
Thereafter, the rest were amazing! They cooked perfectly all the way through and the apple cinammon flavor was explosive! (I topped them with sliced banana and dipped them in maple syrup, rather than pouring the syrup over the top.)
Hi Laura, thank you so much for this recipe! I have come across it a couple of years ago and have been making it religiously for my boys. I have three boys (6, 4 & 2) who are allergic to nuts, wheat, egg, dairy and shellfish. These pancakes are always a hit when we have people over for brunch, even for the people that dont have any allergy. For the flour, I use 1/2 cup of rice flour and 1/2 cup of tapioca starch. I have tried other big label gluten-free flour mix, but they seem to take forever to cook. I never have applesauce handy and have always used half of a very ripe banana and half an avocado. I dont know why but the avocado always makes it very fluffy. Sometimes when I leave out the avocado then the pancakes are not as fluffy. For milk, I use the canned coconut milk (Aroy-D brand).
Shannon, Im so glad this recipe is such a hit! The 1/2 tapioca + 1/2 rice flour is a great combo because the tapioca has enough starch to keep these together (most mixes only have up to 1/3 of the mix being a starch usually less) thats another reason they are so fluffy. One of the reasons I always recommend a premade mix is because most people that come to this recipe are pretty new to the whole gluten-free thing, but youre a pro! The banana will act as a binder just like the applesauce and the fat from the avocado gives them the elasticity to stretch and become fluffy. Youve totally got this!! Thank you for trusting my recipes in your home. :)
I made this exactly as described above, with King Arthur flour, applesauce (organic with berries mixed in it), and rice milk. The batter was pretty runny and the pancakes were airy but super thin. Am I doing something wrong? This is my first attempt at GF cooking. I almost think that I didnt need as much of the rice milk.
Hi Jan, Im sorry they didnt turn out as well for you. Two things, rice milk tends to be a bit runnier and the other, Does your flour have Xanthan gum in it? (its mean to be used as s binder). Ive had good success with KAF baking flour mix with this recipe frequently.
Hi Robin, here is my recipe for homemade waffle mix. Using this particular batter, you can just add a little (about a tablespoon or 2) of liquid, like apple sauce, or non-dairy milk, to make them slightly thinner. Oil will work to make sure they dont stick to the waffle maker since all waffle makers are slightly different. I hope this helps!
I made these for my GFCF son who is Autistic. They taste great, but I also had the gummy texture on the inside. I would assume its still ok, since applesauce was used. I mean, they are cooked through. Just caught me off guard for a second thinking about them not being cooked all the way.
We dont have to avoid gluten only yeast and eggs. Could I use a regular all purpose flour or whole wheat flour in place of the gluten-free? Do you think I would need to alter any other ingredients as a result? Have you ever tried these in a waffle maker?
I have heard of flax seed being used in place of egg and applesauce being used in place of fat. If I want to use Egg Replacer, and dairy-free margarine, do you think I could leave out both flax and applesauce?
Question: I made these today for the first time, and used Bobs Red Mill Gluten Free 1:1 Baking Flour. I made the recipe exactly as stated, but they were super gummy in the middle. Fortunately, the flavor was delicious & my kids have never had a real pancake to compare them to, so they didnt notice the gummy texture at all and still gobbled them up! :-) But Id love to improve the gummy texture for my own enjoyment, and to learn more about gluten free cooking and baking. Any ideas on what I couldve done wrong? The batter was thick, with no lumps, but easily pourable. (The King Arthur flour was 3 times the price at the grocery store as the Bobs Red Mill, so I was hoping to stick with the Bobs one). What typically causes the gummy-ness? Thanks for your help!! Its super hard to find recipes for all the allergies my kids have!
Michelle, can you have eggs? the gummier texture is because of the apple sauce in substitute of eggs, it bakes slightly differently than eggs. I use BRM for all my pancakes now (its much cheaper than KAF).
I really loved these thank you so much, we trialled three different online recipies last year and these came out the best, Im from the UK I used doves farm GF flour and Ogran egg replacer instead of the seeds. Im so glad to have 1 recipie everyone can eat
I followed this recipe exactly using Bobs Red Mill 1:1 GF flour. The insides of the pancakes would not cook, even though they were done on the outside. They ended up tasting like mushy, cinnamon apple sauce pancakes
Super easy and amazing! I used Pillsburys best gluten free all purpose flour and it worked great! I did have to use a little bit more milk, which is to be expected when using a different flour blend, so it was pourable. It was still thick but worked great. I actually make Cinnamon roll pancakes by swirling in a mixture of melted butter, brown sugar and cinnamon. My son and us parents devorered them super quick! You wouldnt have known that these were gluten free or vegan if you werent told. Great recipe to make all kinds of different flavored pancakes. Thanks for the recipe!
I wanted to point out to some of the people commenting with terrible results that baking requires proper measurement and gluten free requires even more specific measurements. They need to be exact by leveling off dry ingredients and so forth. With that said, this may be a dumb question but should I use cup measurements for all ingredients and scrape the top to make it level with the dry ingredients and used these same type of cups with liquids. Should I be using a measuring cup for liquids or does it matter? It seems like I remember someone telling me you have to use different ones for dry and liquid. Is this true? I used King Arthur flour and I have a very good nonstick pan so the first batch I did not use anything to grease the pan and the second time I used avocado oil. The first ones were a little more gummy than the second with the oil so I preferred the ones with oil. Regardless though they both had a good flavor and my daughter that is two loved them so that is whats most important to me. What is your opinion on greasing the pan? Also, I just want to say that it drives me nuts when people alter a recipe (especially changing multiple ingredients) and then complain and give a bad rating. Shame on the ones that did that! I can not understand your logic for doing that. Some peoples children!! Thank you for the recipe!
Hi Natalie! Yes, measuring correctly makes a big difference. The proper technique is to get flour with one spoon or measuring scoop into the flour and pouring that into the actual measuring cup. Then, using a knife or your finger, swooping off the excess. If you dip your measuring cup directly into the flour bag, the flour will be more compact and you actually get more into the recipe than you need. The gummy texture really has a lot to do with the particular gluten-free flour mix. KAF is a great one and so is Bobs Red Mill 1:1 gluten free baking mix. They are my go-to flours. the key is to also make this recipe a few times and after a while, youll figure out the texture you like. No gluten-free pancake recipe will have the fluff of the real thing, especially these that are dairy, egg, and gluten free.
Wonderful recipefollowed as written using Bob Mills GF Flour. My husband has to make some dramatic diet changes. I found this recipe doing a web search and loved it! Ill be taking a look at your other recipes now too! Thank you!
Tried to make these and it was a big ol fail. They were gummy, not edible. Used Bons Red Mill 1 to 1, Swapped syrup for coconut sugar since thats all I had and the applesauce for pure pumpkin puree. Possible issues: over mixed? Should milk be room temperature (thinking yes but I was hungry so in it went), and they stuck to the pan. I used coconut oil so maybe it was too hot?
THANK YOU!! Being new a a ton of food sensitivities and a foodie, I have been trying to convert my favorite recipes or take out/substitute things I cant have. My poor husband has had to consume many fails in my quest. These pancakes are the BEST, I feel like a normal person eating a normal breakfast. What a blessing!!! I used Bobs Red Mill, Good Grains Flax/Chai blend and mashed sweet potato instead of applesauce (EVERYTHING is pumpkin spice this time of year and I have felt so deprived), Used pure maple syrup (cant have corn syrup which is in all commercial maple syrup). After cooking I dusted my husbands cakes with pumpkin pie spice (I cant have cinnamon or ginger). We just enjoyed the best breakfast since I started this journey. You are my hero
Being new to the GF vegan world, its so nice to find recipes that are easy and taste great! I tried this with banana (for flax) and apple butter (for applesauce). Cook lovely, but were a tiny bit gooey. Still, will use again! Thx
My niece came over and wanted pancakes. She has all sorts of food allergiesI made this recipe, used almond milk, cut the flaxseed meal by 1/4 and added 1 tsp almond extract. Even my children loved them!!! This is definitely going to replace our standard pancake mix.
Tried this recipe with a few alterations & it was FABULOUS!! For people who think these are dense, try adding 1-2 Tb of either melted butter or oil to the batterit helps significantly! I used Bobs Red Mill 1:1 baking flour and subbed yogurt instead of applesauce. I didnt have flax seed on hand & they still turned out beautifully. Be sure to flatten the batter a bit in the pancake pan too if you want thinner pancakes. YUM!
Thanks for the recipe! The pancakes are delicious-a million times better than the last one I tried. I used the Bobs Red Mill 1:1 flour, which has xanthan gum. They pancakes were just the slightest bit gummy. I looked up the King Aurthur gluten-free measure-for-measure and it also has xantham gum, but their regular gluten-free all purpose blend does not. Which one do you use? Any ideas?
My son LOVES these pancakes! Cant tell you enough what a gift this is for me as he was recently diagnosed with Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) and having so many food restrictions (eggs, dairy, gluten, soy) it has been a struggle to get him excited to eat much of anything but he loves the pancakes.. and whipping them up, too! One day, one new recipe at a timeplease keep your allergen free recipes coming!!
These are THE BEST gluten free-egg free pancakes I have ever had. My son has ridiculously specific dietary restrictions including wheat, eggs and milk to name a few. I have tried at least 3-4 other pancake recipes and they were all terrible. This one takes the cake! I did make 2 adjustments. I used apple juice and water in place of the milk substitute (my son cant have any of them) and I only used 1/2 the liquid (1/4 c simply apple juice and 1/4 c water). They turned out fluffy instead of gummy like all the other recipes I tried and the flavor reminds me of an apple spice pancake. Even my daughter who is not restricted loved them. We will be making these on a weekly basis!!!
Wow! I just made these and they were delicious. My daughter is intolerant to wheat and eggs so I was so happy to find and try this recipe. I followed it to the letter with the exception of using cow milk and cutting the cinnamon in half. The only issue that I had was that I couldnt make them round and had some difficulty flipping them though this could be down to my lack of overall pancake experience.
I like to use an ice cream scoop or melon baller to help make them the same size and round. I have also used a squeeze bottle in the past. Hope these help you in getting nice round pancakes. Of course, I do make pancakes often, its a house favorite.
I consider myself a pretty darn good cook as I have been cooking since I could pull a chair up to the stove, and was taught by a chef and two old school grandmothers. (Background included to provide that I am not a novice ) I have been making pancakes (or hotcakes, as I was raised to call them) since the 70s. Recently I had to change to a full on vegan diet (health reasons) so have been searching high and low for recipes to replace vegan style as many of my (and my familys) favorite dishes as possibleHotcakes being one of them. I made this for the first time this morning. It was tasty but the texture was a bit much. I will cut the flax meal back by half next time and continue to cut it back until my children love it.
The recipe as it is makes pretty thick hotcakes, and they are quite dense. This makes it difficult to pan fry to done-ness without getting them too crispy (by that I mean burned) so need to add roughly 1/2 cup more liquid for the proper cooking depending on the type of flour used. If you are expecting them to be fluffy looking as in the picture, please try not to be disappointed. They will also be darker (thanks to the flax seed meal) and not appear fluffy at all. I am one who lives to make PRETTY food. Everything I make, from snacks to full meals, is pleasing to look at before my family digs in. Food goes down easier and happily when it is something can be eaten with your eyes first !!!
Thank you for trying the recipe. Its unfortunate that it didnt turn out the way you hoped. Part of the train is because when you cut out some of the flax, the sponginess (fluff) is also removed. The flax is here to replace the egg and if you are looking for golden colored pancakes you can use golden flax as the ones pictured did. There are a lot of variables that will make this recipe not turn out as pictured; and besides the flax, the type of gluten free flour used will make a difference as well. I hope you decide to try them again as written.
Fortunately, the flax, as you may already know, is not required at all, as a binder, as the apple sauce takes the place of the egg all by itself. I have been experimenting with different types of gluten free flour so the jury is still out on my favorite one for hotcakes. A single one, as with all other types of flour, is not meant for every recipe, unfortunately. Oh if it were that easy.
I understand your frustration but in this particular recipe, the apple sauce + flax create a firmer bind. the apple sauce alone wont fully bind. Omitting ingredients and then creating your own modification and not being happy with the results isnt fair to those of us that develop recipes. These are tested dozens of times (at least on our website) with a specific measurement of ingredients. This particular recipe isnt kind to experimentation and works best with 1:1 gluten-free flours like from Bobs Red Mill and King Arthur flour where the protein to starch ratio is close.
Hey there! I am going to try these tomorrow.does anyone know if you can make the batter in advance and refridgerate? I appreciate your working putting this together! My 14 month old has allergies we cant quite 100% put our finger on yet so we are gluten, dairy, egg, free.SIGH! Thanks again!
Yeah, I totally understand. Im 15 and was recently diagnosed with EOE. Its similar to an allergy and we dont yet know what causes it so for 3 months im off of wheat, egg, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, fish, and shellfish. this recipe is super helpful.
We are new to the gluten free, egg free, and peanut free world 2 year old son has all of these allergies. I just wanted to say that of all of the pancake recipes out there, this one takes the cake!! Nicely done!
I agree, also being new to a gluten intolerance I have not had much luck with some recipes. This one was awesome! Delicious , I was so excited when I saw how well they turned out and theres no added fat ;) Thank you!
These are good. Ive tried a few different flours and like both the King Arthur and bobs 1-1 flour best. Because were not dairy free, Ive tried yogurt in place of the applesauce with success and get extra protein boost. So I alternate between applesauce, which taste more like fritters to me when I use that and Greek yogurt. We add enjoy life chips too, and less cinnamon. Its hard to find a gf, ef pancake recipe that is fluffy.
So good! My 2 year old asks for them every morning and my husband even requests this recipe every weekend. Kinda tastes like apple pie to us. It does come out thick so I add a little water or more milk and heat at a low temperature and cover. It takes a while so you definitely need time doing this way.I prefer the batter to be thick ( its more filling and has more flavor.
I let it brown on one side and once it is golden and crispy. I notice this thick batter once browned can be flipped and mushed down like a pancake. I flip it over and cover it again so that the cake is evenly cooked. I use coconut oil so by the time I flip the pancake it is really hot and smoking if im not keeping an eye on it. I turn of the burner soon after the cake has been flippedthen let it cook in its own heat (covered).
The pancake browned on both sides but was real muchy on the inside couldnt eat them. Would be nice to find a pancake that really works and looks like the picture. Liked the idea it was vegan and gluten free. Used Arrowhead Mills Gluten Free All Purpose Baking Mix, Bobs Red Mill Golden Flaxsee Meal, goats milk. Any problem in using these items?
Hi Rose, I am sorry these didnt turn out for you. The issue in this recipe is Arrowhead Mills flour. Its very dry, best for cookies and baking. You will have to use a lot more liquid. Their main ingredient is rice flour and also has rice bran. Sorry! If you want to use Arrowhead mills flours (not my favorite) they have a pancake mix specifically designed for gluten free pancakes, its higher on starch (it has both potato and tapioca) I hope this helps.
I am not getting the same success as others are. We just got home from picking up some maple syrup at a farm so my 3 year old requested pancakes for lunch. New to a DF/GF diet, I just Googled to find a quick recipe. 1st I will use only 1/4 the cinnamon next time and maybe a punch more sugar. The texture feels gummy to me, and kind of grain-y . I will try grinding the Flax more finely next time and stirring the batter less. I want to give them another shot, but 1st time wasnt a hit with the kids.
Im sorry to hear that! Those changes sound fine. Also, all gluten-free flour blends are different, so the pancakes could vary depending on which brand you use. I recommend browsing our website for other allergy-friendly recipes!
The pictured pancakes cannot have had cinnamon in them, as two teaspoons make this mix very brown, and are too much. One teaspoon of cinnamon is enough for one cup of flour. Otherwise, they turned out well.
Cant thank you enough for this recipe. As a newbie to the allergy life, ive been on a mission to make a vegan gluten free pancake for my 18 month old. Ive tried at least 6 reciped..all failures. Your recipe saved the day!!!! Bought your flour and it came out perfect! Can you please recommend how to best incorporate banana into the pancake?
Ive made these several times and they are delicious, however, mine look absolutely nothing like the photo. I use coconut milk and Bobs Red Mill GF flour blend. Mine come out extremely thin. No rise, and are a bit gummy in texture. What brands do you use?
It must be something with Bobs Red Mill GF flour. I used it too and they was absolutely no rise. Luckily, my kids didnt mind. Bobs main ingredient is chickpea flour, which has very different properties than the rice flour thats the main ingredient for King Arthur. It may be worth noting in the recipe that this wont work properly with just any all purpose GF flour blend.
My 4yo was just diagnosed with several food intolerances and I was searching for a pancake recipe that met the need. Bottom line, this recipe is fantastic!! My 4yo likes them which speaks volumes due to being such a picky eater. I added a few dairy-free chocolate chips as a treat and the kiddo is in heaven. I dont have the words to say how grateful I am that youve done the work here, Im a full-time working (outside the home) mom with a family dealing with intolerances that do not complement each other so Im cooking a lot from scratch and having to find a way. This, along with your muffin recipe, has saved a bit of my sanity. Thank you. :)
Im so happy to hear that! I understand how hard it can be sometimes to deal with food allergies and picky eaters. Im so happy that youve found the recipes helpful. If you can, I suggest cooking for the week on Sunday itll save you tons of time throughout the week! :)
Hi there my little 4 year old is also sensitive to wheat and dairy. He too is VERY fussy when it comes to food. I think he is so cautious of anything he eats cause it causes such bad tummy aches. What I do is make up a large batch of pancakes cook them and then freeze them flat on cookie sheets. Then if he needs a quick night snack (usually because he refused to eat his supper) I warm up one or two of these in a dry frying pan on my stove on low heat with a lid on it. Then cut up the pancake with a pair of scissors and put a bit of Agave Nectar (not the syrup) in a dish for his dip-dip Hes happy and I know hes not going to bed hungry.
hi i tried your recipe using oat flour ( i used rolled oats and made fine powder in food processor). the batter was very runny, so i added 2 tbsp of almond meal. the pancakes were very thin and i had very hard time flipping them over. what did i do wrong ? my daughter cant have dairy, soy, egg,and wheat. thank you
I am looking forward to trying this recipe, how do think theyll turn out if I leave out the seed flour, flax? I have people in my family who are on the AIP Paleo diet and they cant have seeds or nuts. Thanks!!
Hi! The flax is meant to substitute eggs, so you can try 1/4 cup applesauce or mashed banana or 1 tablespoon tapioca starch with 1/4 cup water (let it sit). You can also Google egg substitutes for pancakes and find more options based on your dietary preferences. Hope you find something that works!
This is the BEST gluten free pancake mix I have ever tried. I am not a big pancake person but I really like these. I subbed an egg for the applesauce. They were fluffy and light and really good. Love the cinnamon in it too. I used the robin hood nutri blend flour. Gotta try em!
I am allergic to tapioca and both King Arthur and Bobs Red Mill gluten free flours have tapioca in them. Any suggestions for mixing my own flours that would be something similar to either of these brands? Thanks!
I just made these a few mins ago. They are AMAZING. I dont have any syrup though haha. I had all the ingredients to make these luckily. I actually had a dream last night where I ate some and I knew I had to make some today. Thank you and much love!
Made these this morning and loved them. I used Robin Hood Nutriblend flour (which I generally find a bit dry I usually make my own gluten free blend from Buckwheat, Sorghum and Teff). I added some 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder + additional allspice and nutmeg and topped them with a mix of greek yogurt and raspberries. They were really delicious!
Thank you for making my Christmas I made these for my husband who is just like a big kid and he loved them. I was so happy not to give up our Christmas tradition of Pancakes on Boxing day. Thanks! these were by far the best Christmas gift ever. Its the small thing in life!
I made this recipe for my allergy free son, and decided to give some to my daughters as well. ALL of my kids loved it! My son licked his plate, he never licks his plate! He wanted waffles and we were out so I used this recipe instead for pancakes! He wants me to make more lol. Thanks for posting this.
It might be your gluten free mix, they are not all created equal. Please see the recommendations on the post. Also, you might need to grease your pan a little more, again, some mixes absorb more than others and stick. Im glad your son loved them.
Thank you so much for this recipe! I think Ive tried every GF Vegan pancake out there and this is the ONLY one that I can ever get to work and its delicious! My picky 4 year old loves it and so does the hubby. So thankful we can have pancakes again!! Ive tried Bobs Red Mill flour and it works okay, but the King Arthur definitely is the best for this recipe.
Thank you for sharing this recipe. I did some ingredient replacing due to a few other allergies and the batter was very thin. The pancakes came out delicious, but Id love to get them a little fluffier. Any input would be appreciated.
*flour mix: 1 part quinoa flour, 1 part brown rice flour, 1 part potato starch ~I added an extra 2 Tbspn of each to thicken the batter a bit *1 cup water and a touch of honey instead of the milk *brown sugar instead of maple syrup (only because I was out!)
Michelle, I have not tried the recipe with your combination but due to the fact that quinoa flour and brown rice flour are pretty heavy flours, you will need more baking powder. This mix will also not work exactly like an all-purpose gf flour, so you might have to add a bit more/less liquid to adjust.
I have found that almond flour is best for dense, moist baked goods like muffins and pie crusts. If youre looking for light and fluffy I would try buckwheat flour. (Despite the name, buckwheat is not wheat and is in fact not a grain at all its a fruit seed.)
I am on a mission to find a recipe for gluten-free/ vegan pancakes that actually works. These came out beautifully!!! The only substitution I used was mashed banana for the applesauce. I also added blueberries. SOO happy that when my family requests pancakes on the weekends, I dont have to serve a crumble pile, or make them with eggs and not get any. YAY!!
Im new to the whole gluten free world and to complicate matters, we cannot have rice, potato starch, oats, or coconut, which rules out all of the packaged mixes. So, I attempted to make my own flour blend of tapioca starch, sorghum, and almond meal, which was not successful as my pancakes were dense and too moist in the middle. However, my 6-year old twin boys both told me how good the pancakes tasted (bless their little hearts), so I know the recipe yields very tasty pancakes, but my flour blend is causing the problems. Does anyone have any suggestions (or can point me to a helpful website) for a flour blend that can accommodate our dietary needs? Any assistance will be greatly appreciated!!
Well, maybe its the gluten free mix I used (Better Batter), but mine were chewy and runny. They stuck to the pan (I used coconut oil) and ripped apart when trying to flip them. I ended up having to cook them in the oven just to eat them since they were not done in the middle. I followed the directions exactly, even checked the ingredients to make sure I put the right things in. I might try these again with another gluten-free flour, I just had a bad experience with my gluten-free flour :-(
Thank you for this recipe! I subbed the flax for 1 egg and then my computer died so I couldnt see the rest of the recipe (and in a crunch before school) guessed that it was 1/2 cup of applesauce and it still turned out great! We used raw milk with ours and half raw honey, half maple syrup. Just down to whats left in the house before a trip to the grocery. I topped these with another thin spread of raw honey and all 4 of my kids loved them!! (ages 6, 5, 3, and 15 months). I used Gluten Free Cafes all purpose mix.
Im eating these as I type this, so good!! I used 1/2 cup millet and 1/2 cup sorghum flour and used agave instead of maple syrup. They were perfect, no gooeyness in the middle and some of them I even added chopped macadamia nuts before flipping. I used coconut oil in the pan and it gave them a hint of coconut!
I used Pillsbury gluten free flour blend and these, so far, are the best gluten free and vegan pancakes I have ever made! I followed the recipe exactly, other than not putting much cinnamon at all in them. I used Silk Unsweetened Almond Milk as the liquid and did end up using a tad more than the recipe called for as the batter was extra thick. I think this will be my go-to pancake recipe from now on! Thanks for sharing! (Tried giving it 5 stars but it would only let me select 4)
We have been making these for a while and enjoy them. However, they have been gooey in the middle. Tonight I read through the comments before making them and have switched out Namaste GF blend for King Arthur and what a huge difference. So glad I took the time to read through (and admit that I should have just taken your advice in the first place). Thanks for a yummy recipe.
I was looking for a recipe using King Arthur gluten free multipurpose flour and found this one. I am not Vegan, so I did use organic butter to cook them. The only things I changed were, I left out the flaxseed (had mine too long) replaced that with 1 tbsp of ground walnuts, used 1 tsp cinnamon, 2 tbsp of honey and sprinkled frozen wild blueberries on top of the pancakes and then flipped them when they started to bubble. I had my stainless steel pan set at medium heat. They turned out great! They were a little chewy, but good that way. Everyone needs to understand that the consistency will be different than the standard pancakes. Thank you!
Best gluten-free, vegan pancake recipe I have seen thus far! Super easy and quite tasty. I like the idea of adding a little liquid sweetener to the mix, I used black strap molasses and it was quite tasty! Thanks for sharing your recipe!
Best pancakes I have had since giving up eggs! Light, fluffyand I had no problem at all with sticking. I tried the pumpkin pie version another commenter posted- delish. Thanks so much for sharing, you have made my holiday breakfasts something to look forward to again :)
First time Ive made a gluten, egg and dairy free pancake (used coconut milk) and they are pretty good except they arent exactly fluffy in the middlekind of gummy. Used Bob Mills GF with Xantham gum. Wondering if that is what they are supposed to be like or was it because I used coconut milk? Will try these on my 5 year old (added mini choc chips) and as long as he approves, Im good. He cant have eggs, milk or wheat but wants pancakes everyday. So any tips would be helpful. Thanks!
Mine were gummy inside, like not cooked in middle but brown on outside. Seems that much cinnamon turned them brown. I used namastes perfect gluten free flour. Also, I had a thick batter and had to add more almond milk.
I have the same problem with Namaste gf flour. Its from the arrowroot. Arrowroot is very nutritious but it tends to made things gummy when I bake with it. SunFlour Mills has a great gf flour mix that is not organic but its non-gmo and it works great with the gf,df, ef recipes Ive tried!
Weve had these twice in the past week and the boyfriend (who is not gluten free) raves and says they are the best pancakes hes ever had. I cant wait to make a large batch on my next day off so I can pack some for work.
Thanks MOMables for taking the time to share your recipes with my family. Some folks will always find a reason to complain but be not dismayed cos your recipes are yummy & are my go-to recipes in our journey to healthy eating. Thanks again
We have multiple severe and complicated food allergies. We are unable to use binders, baking powders or multiple flours. I used 100% brown rice flour and instead of baking powder(due to allergy) 1 tsp baking soda mixed with 1tsp apple cider vinegar. I also forgot to add the apple sauce and these still came out perfect. I cant wait to try them without the cinnamon too. Yum! Thank you!
For anyone in the UK trying this I used Doves S/R, replaced baking powder with 1/8th t/sp of bicarb of soda & added an egg. I had also run out of maple syrup so used date syrup instead. Served to my 8yr with a little bit of Nutella spread on the top & fresh strawberries. Probably lost a mark because I added the strawberries ;-)
These are so goood! Theyre kinda stretchy. When I first put them on the pan, I was skeptical, but they turned out great! I put a little bit of almond flour in mine to give some more protein, then added some raisins to give it the raisin/cinnamon bread feel to it :) Delicious! Thank you!
Thank you for the recipe! Im definitely bookmarking it. Do most people have ground flax in their GF kitchens? Because I got diagnosed just 7 months ago. No matter, I didnt need it and the results were DELISH. I used whatever GF flour I had which was the Bobs Red mill (w/o the Xanthan gum he recommends on the label for All Purpose substitutions.
In fact, I had a chuckle making your recipe because it wasnt until afterwards that I thought Hey, this has no eggs in it! Kinda made me laugh. And the light flavor of cinnamon apple was great. Also with the baking soda, they were very very FLUFFY which is a nice surprise. Which I dont get a lot with my GF cooking. No one complained either (damn right, if I have to cook GF for myself this house will eat what I make!) Some of the other things Ive made are too gummy and so rubbery its like a ton of resistance when you chomp down.
I just made these for breakfast with Bobs Red Mill GF All Purpose Baking Flour. They turned out really well. I did use a non-stick pan and canola oil, and a very thin spatula, and did not have problems with sticking. Thanks!!
So happy right now after no eating hotcakes for so long!!! They were great, the only difference i did was not putting applesauce and putting an egg instead. So not vegan but it held together well and didnt stick either. I also added some chocolate chips to be extra naughty!! I make my own GF flour mix, 25% Oat bran flour 25% Brown rice flour and 50% tapioca starch.
When I first bit into it, I thought it was the best pancake Ive ever had. Small changes I made: I added about a 1 tsp of apple cider vinegar to 1-2 portions of the mix because I like buttermilk type pancakes, it turned out fine. Thanks to someones tip, I subbed 3 tsp oil for the applesauce, as I didnt have applesauce on hand. Also heated up a little oil and salt before putting the batter in the pan.
Loved these! I woke up one morning and my son wanted pancakes, so I was looking for a recipe that I could use what we had on hand I mixed my own flour (1/3 brown rice, soy and potato flour) and used a can of coconut milk because I forgot to go shopping. I was out of apple sauce so I threw in about a tablespoon of coconut oil but they came out great! Ill be making them again even when I do have other ingredients!
I used 1/2 rice flour and1/2 coconut flour, besides that didnt change a thing. Was very thick. I had to pat it into patties using my hands. Didnt stay together when flipping. Then I tried adding an egg and a bit more milk(dairy free). Little better. Tasted good but didnt look like the photo at all. This was my first time using coconut flour.could that be the problem?
1/2 rice flour + 1/2 coconut flour is not a substitute for an all purpose baking flour mix for this recipe. Coconut flour absorbs 3-4 times more liquid than standard gluten free flours and should not be substituted in recipes. Coconut flour has very specific measurements for recipes Im sorry they didnt turn out well! All purpose flours are typically made of 2 parts grain 1 part starch. Youll love them next time!
This pancakes tasted so goood!!!!! Im new to the GF world and since I dont know much, I had a hard time flipping the pancakes, they sticked completely to the pan, I did make sure the pan were hot enough, enough oil.. but every time.. I had the same problem.. what did I do wrong? I used regular pan spray and coconut oil, none work for me :( . for flour I used GF Bobs Red mill all purpose flour.. Thanks!
We used the Gluten Free Pantry All Purpose Flour and they turned out delicious!! The kids loved them. We found the recipe because I had run out of eggs and needed an eggless recipe this morning. Thanks for posting it!!
I LOVE these pancakes! Super easy to make and healthy too! My family gobbles them up and they couldnt even tell they were gluten free when they first had them :) I have been making these at least once a week, and sometimes just for myself because I get those gluten deprived cravings for a doughy, hardy breakfast and these are just as satisfying as a normal wheat pancake
My blend is 70/30. I mix 70% whole grain (millet, sorghum, brown rice etc) whatever I have on hand and 30% starch (potato, tapioca, glutinous rice). I just made these and the husband loved the flavor but they were pretty gummy inside. I didnt add any xanthan. I will next time and hope that helps. Thanks for all your recipes and tips.
Ok. I followed this recipe exactly and I am new to this all gluten free dairy free conceptbut my pancakes are extremely gummy on the inside as if they arent doneI can barely cut them with a knife. I used Baking Co. Gluten free all purpose flour. Where am I going wrong here??
I had same issue. I cooked at lower temp for a little longer. Plus I think its pretty thick so I added a couple tablespoons of applesauce and extra milk. This is the best gluten free pancake recipe Ive found by far. Beats the box pancake mixes that are gluten free as I dont feel they are worth buying! Im changing cinnamon to pumpkin pie spice because I love pumpkin pancakes! I bet these work great in the waffle maker, might help with cooking issues.
I made these into pumpkin pie and nog pancakes for the holidays. I subbed pumpkin pie spice for the cinnamon, pumpkin for the apple sauce and coconut nog for the milk. They are delicious!! Thanks for the recipe!
I use King Arthur Gluten Free Flours for nearly all my gluten free recipes. Ive found that it bakes with the best consistency. the darker flax will make them brown. golden flax is much lighter (light yellow) when ground.
I store them in the fridge once cooled (although I am sure overnight in the counter will be fine). To freeze, line a baking sheet with wax/parchment paper, lay them flat, freeze for about an hour and then transfer to a zip bag. To use for lunch, thaw overnight in the fridge and toast in the morning.
Weve made these several times and just omitted the flax since we didnt have any. We used King Authors Flour (which doesnt have any gums) and we didnt add an extra binder. Theyve turned out wonderfully every time!
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It is used to grind raw or dried nuts into a fine flour, therefore it is also called as nut flour making machine. The highly versatile nut grinder mill can be used in multiple production and industrial applications for both nuts and seed products.
The fineness of finished nut flour is generally 40-60 mesh. The grinding fineness can be adjusted according to customers requirements. How to achieve the desired fineness? Its simple. The operator only need to adjust the gap between two grinding rollers.
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But when it comes to chopping more than a handful, it can be timeconsuming, especially if you dont have good knife skills. But there is a better way to chop almonds, walnuts, peanuts, and a variety of other nuts the nut chopper!
And if youre wondering which chopper is best, this list gives you some great options. Keeping the super simple nature of the job in mind, I have shortlisted my top 7 picks to help you get the best nut chopper for your kitchen.
This one rightfully tops my list. The Ninja Express is an electric chopper and gets the job done with the push of a button. It is easy to use, delivering perfectly chopped nuts in less than a minute. Affix the blades, add in your favorite nuts, put on the top, and turn it on. In addition to chopping almonds, walnuts, and peanuts, the Ninja Express is also an excellent choice for a variety of ingredients such as garlic, cheese, chocolate, bacon crumbles, and more for easy meal preparation or toppings. The chopper is also dishwasher safe.
This manual nut chopper is another highly recommended product. One of the best features is its large container. It offers fine and coarse grinding options, and the container is graduated to let you know when you have the right amount. This model offers solid functionality and stylish design and is an excellent addition to any kitchen space. Dont even worry about chopping hard nuts like almonds if you have this nut chopper in hand.
Cuisinart is a popular brand in kitchen appliances. Its no surprise that its electric nut grinder is a part of this list. With a durable design made from high-quality stainless steel, this machine is an excellent investment if you regularly chop nuts. But chopping nuts isnt the only at which it excels. This chopper is a multi-purpose tool that can grind different types of foods, including some vegetables and hard cheeses. The nut chopper is also dishwasher safe.
With this efficient chopper by Momugs, you dont have to rely on electricity. The manual hand crank food processor is an excellent choice for all types of nut chopping. It can also be used for a variety of other ingredients and has a large capacity of up to 8 cups of food. Just set up the chopper and toss in your favorite nuts and crank! Bonus benefit: the Momugs Hand Crank Food Processor comes with a salad spinner too.
If you are particular about the accuracy of your chopper, this tool by OXO wont disappoint. The machine features wave-pattern blades that rotate evenly to chop all the ingredients uniformly. The sturdy plastic body contains stainless steel blades for efficient chopping. The model also features a non-slip knob to make the task effortless and safe. The chopper can be unscrewed in minutes for quick cleanup and is also dishwasher safe.
If youre looking for a heavy-duty package, this upgraded version of the Ninja Express will serve you well. While the function and efficiency are similar to the other version, this ones more suitable for users who like a little more variety and a bit more power. This model features a powerful motor to get the task done quickly. Whether you want to chop your favorite nuts or prepare veggies for a meal, this blender will not disappoint you.
This uniquely designed chopper works just like your lawnmower. It comes with a hand-powered pull design that makes chopping, pureeing, and blending ingredients a breeze. It contains high-quality and sharp multi-blades that can get the work done in a few seconds. The compact design is perfect for small kitchens, camping, and travel purposes too. The 25 oz bowl is dishwasher safe.
A nut chopper is a small, useful device thats a great addition to any kitchen for carrying out the simple nut chopping task without using a knife or a lot of time. Nuts, especially the harder ones like almonds, can be a pain to chop, especially when you need them in large quantities.
Some nuts can be hard to chop down. Therefore, you must pick a sturdy design with sharp, durable blades to get the job done. Stainless steel is the best material when it comes to chopping blades. Not only are they stronger, but they dont rust either. Theyre more efficient at handling hard nuts likemacadamias, hazelnuts, and almonds.
What types of nuts do you chop regularly? Are they hard nuts or soft nuts? Can your chopper easily fit in all the nuts and hold them well? Considering these factors is essential. The best chopper for you should easily handle the types of nuts you chop most often.
Nut choppers are just like any regular chopper be it electrical or manual. It has a container to hold the ingredients and blades to chop it off. So they can be used for chopping other things as well, including some vegetables, cheeses, bacon, and more.
If chopping nuts with a knife sounds like a lot of work to you, investing in a nut chopper is going to be worthwhile. Not only its going to make the task easier, but it will also save you a lot of time. Also, since most nut choppers are for multipurpose use, it can be used for other chopping needs too.
Consumers are interested in natural and simple ingredients. Make fresh ground nut butter available in your store. Set it up in your store, cafeteria or corporate kitchen and satisfy your customers with an easy solution for incredible nut butters!
Hampton Farms provides properly roasted and sized nut butter stocks, including chopped or whole peanuts, almonds & cashews as well as specialty salted nuts, honey roasted nuts, butterscotch brittle, etc.
The Olde Tyme grinder makes spreadable nut butter from peanuts, cashews, almonds, pistachios and more. Today's consumers want to know whats in their food. The Olde Tyme puts the answer directly in view and lets them take home a self-processed, ready-to-eat convenience food with superior fresh taste!
Perfectly suited to specialty food stores, the NSF-certified Olde Tyme grinder is an eye catching centerpiece in your bulk food section, creating a fun self-serve dynamic that draws consumers in, then brings them back for more. Olde Tyme grinders are in the fastest growing natural foods stores in the U.S. and internationally. The machine can also be used behind the counter, or to fill containers for distribution.
The Olde Tyme will grind peanuts, honey roasted peanuts, almonds, cashews, pecans, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts, pistachios and cacao beans. Dry roasted and unblanched nuts work the best for producing a spreadable butter containing fine-textured particles. Raw, unroasted nuts are not recommended in the Olde Tyme, as they may produce a thick and coarse nut butter meal paste or not produce a nut butter at all. The Olde Tyme uses only whole butter stock grade peanuts. All other nuts listed must be diced or chopped and cannot be processed whole. Their smaller size feeds into the mill properly and they're priced lower than fancier grades. Almonds specifically need to be dry roasted, medium diced 22/8 almonds with a very low moisture content. If you need a source, we can direct you to a supplier of both butter stock nuts and nutrition-labeled consumer containers for self serve operation. Products not listed are not grindable and include sesame, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds and walnuts.
Easy to use: The switch on the face of the motor cabinet turns the machine on, and nut butter is dispensed from the bottom of the milling head (at the bottom of the silver cap in photos.) An internal timer controls run time, and operation can be stopped at any time with the off switch. Disassembly and cleanup of the Olde Tyme nut mill is easy, with full access requiring no tools.
2.5 lbs. of nut butter is produced per minute. The internal timer can be adjusted to run from 1 second to 17 minutes, or disabled. As shipped, the timer is set to 24 seconds, which produces about 1 pound of nut butter. The hopper holds 20 pounds of nuts. The nut butter output generally runs about 100-110 F. The strong 1.5HP, fan-cooled motor has a 100% duty cycle so it wont overheat under steady use. The grinding burrs are milled from solid food grade stainless steel; in most applications, one set of burrs will provide many years of service.
Olde Tyme models listed on this page are for use on U.S. electrical power, which is 60Hz. You have the choice of 110V which is rated at 20 amps, or 220V which is rated at 10 amps. The 110V model has a power cord with a NEMA 5-20P plug. The 220V model has a power cord with a NEMA 6-15 end plug. (Models for overseas use on 50 Hz power are available here.)
At Pleasant Hill Grain we have extensive experience with nut grinding and wed be happy to talk with you about how the Olde Tyme nut grinder can benefit your operation. We ship worldwide; see the link above for our phone hours. We look forward to talking with you about the Olde Tyme, the worlds premier nut butter mill.
I really like the Olde Tyme nut grinder. It grinds fast, it's quiet, and easy to use. It's also easy to clean, thank goodness, and we've had no maintenance issues. Recommended! Eric W., Switzerland
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