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Easy Pancakes (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Lin Goldkrantz.

Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl:
1 cup rice four
½ cup tapioca flour
¼ cup corn starch
2 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon baking powder
½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon xanthan gum

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Add 2 large eggs and stir until egg is mostly absorbed. Add 1 cup of milk and stir again. Add a little less than 1 cup water, and only add the rest if needed. Be careful stirring. Dont beat. You need to get past the gelatinous, sticky stage, but you shouldnt over mix pancake batter. It should still have some lumps. Consistency should be a little thick, but liquid enough to pour.

Melt butter in frying pan or on griddle. Scoop batter onto pan. When the top side starts to have bubbles or holes around the edges, flip pancakes.

Makes 10 four inch pancakes.

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Rebecca
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13 Oct 2008 10:02:58 AM PDT
My kids absolutely love these pancakes!! I make them every weekend!

 
Erin
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22 Jul 2009 10:22:41 AM PDT
I replaced the water with applesauce. It added a little more body and sweetness to them. My 3 year old loves them!

 
Angela
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08 Feb 2010 5:30:49 AM PDT
We really enjoyed these. My son is allergic to eggs, so I just added 1/2 cup of applesauce to replace them. I also ended up making them in the waffle maker. It worked and it was easy! My son is loving them right now!

 
Becky Swindall
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27 Feb 2010 8:49:06 AM PDT
My first attempt at homemade pancakes. I have not been impressed with the mixes I have tried so far. (Newly diagnosed 4 months ago...) These where great! My son who doesn't like anything new, ate four of them!!

 
Bonnie
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03 Sep 2010 6:35:49 AM PDT
Keeping in mind that they are gluten free... I think they're the best I've had. They still have the characteristic gummie-ness but heaped with syrup and peaches... absolutely will make them again. Thanks! (my opinion, err on the side of "too thin". Mine were thick which may have something to do with the gummie-ness. AND make sure you stir the dry stuff very well to mix before adding anything else!)

 
Julie
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03 Jan 2011 8:45:53 AM PDT
I've tried a few gluten-free pancake mixes and was always very disappointed..... I tried this mix because of the 5 star and I must say that my entire family was extremely impressed!!! I am the only celiac in my family so I was happy to see that they liked these as much as normal pancakes. Make sure the batter is not too sticky. Excellent recipe!

 
Eman
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09 Jan 2011 4:50:45 PM PDT
We also loved these pancakes. Didn't have enough tapioca flour so we did half of the tapioca and the other half coconut flour and it turned out great! We also try not to use refined sugar and substituted 2 tbsp of pure maple syrup. Ours did not seem to be gummy. Or maybe we've just gotten used to it. Thanks for this recipe. We will use it many times over!

 
Dawn
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03 Sep 2011 7:41:16 AM PDT
I made these pancakes this morning and they are wonderful! I also replaced the water with applesauce. I'm new to gluten free in order to feed my new baby who seems to be allergic. We are thinking of becoming a gluten free family and this gives me hope! Thanks for sharing!

 
Tricia
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04 Jan 2012 7:13:59 AM PDT
Thanks to whoever submitted this recipe! It comes out delicious every time. I add organic pecans and sometimes organic chocolate chips to my daughter's and she loves em.

 
Lorraine
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26 Feb 2012 8:36:57 AM PDT
Made these this morning. The mix got better the longer we left it. Couldn't get tapioca flour in Dublin, so substituted with coconut flour - delicious!! Added bacon and maple syrup to some, homemade chocolate sauce (equal parts dark chocolate, butter and icing sugar) to others and finally some good old fashioned sugar and lemon juice to the rest!

 
Chelsea
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19 Mar 2012 6:27:22 AM PDT
I've been using Bob's Redmill Pancake up until now, but never again!! These pancakes were SO good! I don't even usually rate recipes I try, but in this case, I think everyone should know. The only thing I did differently was use 1 1/4 cup of Bob's Redmill All-Purpose Flour instead of the rice and tapioca. I still added the cornstarch. Yummm!!!

 
Nuria
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12 May 2012 7:46:54 AM PDT
Ingredients are easy To find any where. They test great. My sin LOVE them. Best and easy recipe.

 
Susan
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31 May 2012 7:20:30 AM PDT
Best pancakes ever! They weren't grainy at all plus they even look and smell like regular pancakes so no one has to know!




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