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I think I'm going to make pancakes xmas morning. I haven't made pancakes yet, I was thinking of looking for a mix at the store but in case there isn't one available, does any one have a great recipe for pancakes that are gluten-free and Dairy Free (or the recipe can be made with almond/rice milk)? I saw the pumpkin ones but I'm thinking I just want a good plain ol' pancake :D

thanks!

amy

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Yes, indeedy! I make the mix in bulk (I actually double the recipe below), and keep it in an airtight container, just the way I used to with Bisquick.

gluten-free PANCAKE MIX (BULK)

2 cups brown rice flour

2 cups white rice flour

2 cups potato starch

2 cups tapioca starch

1 cup cornstarch

4 Tablespoons (1/4 cup) baking powder

8 Tablespoons (1/2 cup) sugar

2 teaspoons salt

4 teaspoons xanthan gum

For pancakes, mix 2 cups of mix with 3 eggs, 1

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We use Pamela's Baking & Pancake mix and the kids love it!! We just ordered a case of the mix on Amazon.

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I order Gluten Free Pantry Pancake and Waffle Mix by the case from my local health food store and the owner gives me 10% off.

It's delicious--I make it with vanilla almond milk and it's especially good with fresh blueberries :)

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Yes, indeedy! I make the mix in bulk (I actually double the recipe below), and keep it in an airtight container, just the way I used to with Bisquick.

gluten-free PANCAKE MIX (BULK)

2 cups brown rice flour

2 cups white rice flour

2 cups potato starch

2 cups tapioca starch

1 cup cornstarch

4 Tablespoons (1/4 cup) baking powder

8 Tablespoons (1/2 cup) sugar

2 teaspoons salt

4 teaspoons xanthan gum

For pancakes, mix 2 cups of mix with 3 eggs, 1

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I also use Pamela's mix and get it bythe case from amazon as well when they have it, I used to make mine by scratch but these taste just as good as my old recipe did.

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Glutino has a pancake mix that is fabulous and includes dairy-free options in the ingredients (although I didn't try the dairy free option myself) - you could sub fruit juice or alternative milks.

Good luck,

mamatide

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Pamela's mix is very, very good -- but it has dairy in it. I have yet to try making from scratch. I wish Pamela's made a dairy-free version. :angry:

Don't get Bob's Red Mill. It tastes like corn and is totally bland. I have to drown it in syrup just to eat two of them.

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Made by Mona has a great pancake mix & you can sub the dairy with your favorite non- dairy product. I haven't checked in with her lately but usually in Dec she has free shipping. She is from Washington State...This mix is our favorite , next in line is Pamela's......

mamaw

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I order Gluten Free Pantry Pancake and Waffle Mix by the case from my local health food store and the owner gives me 10% off.

It's delicious--I make it with vanilla almond milk and it's especially good with fresh blueberries :)

Gluten Free Pantry Pancake mix was actually what inspired me to make my own. They are absolutely delicious. The first time I tried it, I thought it was BETTER than gluteny pancakes! And then I looked at the ingredients, and thought, "Wait a minute--I have all these ingredients, and they're all cheap--why does this mx cost so darn much?"

So I looked up a bunch of gluten-free pancake recipes, and mixed up the flours listed in the GFP mix in roughly the same proportions, and have been quite happy with the results. I do think GFP mix does turn out a better pancake, but our grocery store was charging 7 bucks for one small box--couldn't afford it!

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Gluten Free Pantry Pancake mix was actually what inspired me to make my own. They are absolutely delicious. The first time I tried it, I thought it was BETTER than gluteny pancakes! And then I looked at the ingredients, and thought, "Wait a minute--I have all these ingredients, and they're all cheap--why does this mx cost so darn much?"

So I looked up a bunch of gluten-free pancake recipes, and mixed up the flours listed in the GFP mix in roughly the same proportions, and have been quite happy with the results. I do think GFP mix does turn out a better pancake, but our grocery store was charging 7 bucks for one small box--couldn't afford it!

Alison--

Wow! $7 is steep for a box of pancake mix.

I paid around $22 + tax for 6 boxes which makes them about $3.88 or so per box and we get 2 breakfasts out of one box--definately worth the convenience :D

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Thanks, it looks like I will have to go with my own mix. Pamela's and the new Whole Foods mix both have casein in them and I can't eat dairy right now. I'm glad I didn't go with the Bob's Red Mill Mix now that I got home and read that it's nasty :lol: Thanks Fiddle Faddle!

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Alamaz, for anything dairy in the recipes I posted, just substitute rice or almond milk, and add a tablespoon of vinegar if the recipe calls for buttermilk. You could also use soy sour cream or soy yogurt and thin them out with whatever milk substitute you have, and I bet coconut milk would taste even better than regular milk!

Who needs cows, anyway??? :lol:

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Pamela's mix is very, very good -- but it has dairy in it. I have yet to try making from scratch. I wish Pamela's made a dairy-free version. :angry:

I know! Darn that buttermilk powder in Pamela's pancake Mix :lol: It makes the best pancakes imo.

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My son and I love the bob's red mill pancake mix! Everyone's tastes are different though...we make pancakes almost every sunday morning! My nonceliac sister like it too!

Here is one from the cookbook for kids and busy adults:

BANANA Pancakes

1 TBL sp butter(or canola oil)

1 Ripe banana

2 eggs

3/4 tsp vanilla

1 1/4 C milk(or sub)

3/4 C gluten-free flour mix(I use featherlite)

1 TBL sp sugar

1/4 tsp cinnamon

2 tsp baking powder

1/4 tsp salt

These were good!

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