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Awesome easy sandwich bread in 10-15 minutes

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I bake my own bread as the bread I find in the store is basically just starch. However, the breads I typically make are pretty dense and a little much for a sandwich. A couple pieces are a meal.

Today I found a great sandwich bread. Pancakes. Yup pancakes. I made a batch this morning 1/4 cup amaranth, 1/4 millet, 1/4 cup tapioca starch, 2 eggs, 2 tsp baking powder (or 1 tsp soda), buttermilk to proper consistency, no oil.  I like amaranth as it is one of the highest protein and highest fiber grains; it is healthy. You can substitute flours and starch with what you have on hand but I would keep 1/3 starch and the other 2/3 whole grain. 

Anyway, I had a few pancakes left and used a couple for a ham sandwich tonight. Wow, they were not crumbly, I did not have to cut my sandwich into halves or fourths knowing it is going to fall apart anyway. The bread stayed together from beginning to last bite. It was not too much bread or too little. Truly the best gluten-free sandwich bread I have had. Quick, easy, fresh and just a hunch, kids might feel like they are getting a treat. 

I just put everything in a bowl and mix. If a person wanted fluffier cakes the egg whites could be separated, whipped, and folded into the rest of the batter; I am usually not that with it in the morning.

Enjoy.

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Thanks!  We use a lot of corn tortillas, but I like the pancake idea!  My family would really like these.  Me?  I have diabetes too :(, so I stick with lettuce wraps!  

 


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