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I see pancake recipes posted all of the time, but never make them, so now when I've changed my mind, can't find any, lol.

Thanks to anyone who can post a good 'ole reliable tasty pancake recipe :)

Here's an example of one I found online that I don't think I'll try. These buckwheat pancakes look good. The directions are a bit baffling, though. Leave the batter out all night? Is that healthy? However, using gelatin in place of gums sounds worth investigating.

http://milkforthemorningcake.blogspot.com/2011/04/buckwheat-pancakes-soaked-fluffy.html

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Guess I'm lazy but I use either gluten-free Bisquick or Pamela's Baking & Pancake Mix.

Wonder if leaving the batter out all night would be similar to what you'd do for making the starter for sourdough bread, etc. The link you posted sounds like a lot more work than pancakes should be (unless, of course, that you have a dietary reason for using these ingredients).

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Guess I'm lazy but I use either gluten-free Bisquick or Pamela's Baking & Pancake Mix.

Wonder if leaving the batter out all night would be similar to what you'd do for making the starter for sourdough bread, etc. The link you posted sounds like a lot more work than pancakes should be (unless, of course, that you have a dietary reason for using these ingredients).

No, it's just a link I saw for another recipe I liked. I do not like Pamela's mix. For that reason, have not tried Bisquick. I just like to bake/make my own using gluten-free flours.

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No, it's just a link I saw for another recipe I liked. I do not like Pamela's mix. For that reason, have not tried Bisquick. I just like to bake/make my own using gluten-free flours.

I just pulled up food.com and they have 96 recipes for gluten-free pancakes. :)

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I just pulled up food.com and they have 96 recipes for gluten-free pancakes. :)

Thanks! You're a sweetie.

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Thanks! You're a sweetie.

:) :) :)

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It all depends on how you like your pancakes-

fluffy or thin?

Sweet or savory?

If you used to make whole wheat pancakes you would probably really like a buckwheat pancake. I make buckwheat pancakes following the recipe on the box of buckwheat flour. They very much remind me a whole wheat pancakes. Here's the recipe: http://celiacdisease.about.com/od/breakfastbrunch/r/HodgsonPancake.htm I use either coconut milk or almond milk and oil in place of the butter.

For fluffy "white" pancakes, I have also made this recipe several times (using milk subs) and it was good: http://www.food.com/recipe/gluten-free-pancakes-212292

I don't like the gluten-free Bisquick pancakes at all. They taste too much like egg to me.

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I like the Kinnikinnick pancake mix. The pancakes are really good. Don't care for the Bisquick, Pamela's or Bob's Red Mill.

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The above recipe looks very good, actually. It is quite safe to leave those ingredients out. When I make ricotta cheese I do the same thing. I do not use mixes but do rather like this recipe (I like to make infused honeys and/or rum butter syrup to go with them).

http://leitesculinaria.com/69104/recipes-sunday-morning-pancakes.html

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The above recipe looks very good, actually. It is quite safe to leave those ingredients out. When I make ricotta cheese I do the same thing. I do not use mixes but do rather like this recipe (I like to make infused honeys and/or rum butter syrup to go with them).

http://leitesculinaria.com/69104/recipes-sunday-morning-pancakes.html

So, you cannot use almond meal in place of almond flour in this recipe? Looks good. Just clarifying the sub possibility.

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It all depends on how you like your pancakes-

fluffy or thin?

Sweet or savory?

If you used to make whole wheat pancakes you would probably really like a buckwheat pancake. I make buckwheat pancakes following the recipe on the box of buckwheat flour. They very much remind me a whole wheat pancakes. Here's the recipe: http://celiacdisease.about.com/od/breakfastbrunch/r/HodgsonPancake.htm I use either coconut milk or almond milk and oil in place of the butter.

For fluffy "white" pancakes, I have also made this recipe several times (using milk subs) and it was good: http://www.food.com/recipe/gluten-free-pancakes-212292

I don't like the gluten-free Bisquick pancakes at all. They taste too much like egg to me.

I printed both of yours. Thank you. I plan to try the buckwheat ones tonight.

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It all depends on how you like your pancakes-

fluffy or thin?

Sweet or savory?

If you used to make whole wheat pancakes you would probably really like a buckwheat pancake. I make buckwheat pancakes following the recipe on the box of buckwheat flour. They very much remind me a whole wheat pancakes. Here's the recipe: http://celiacdisease.about.com/od/breakfastbrunch/r/HodgsonPancake.htm I use either coconut milk or almond milk and oil in place of the butter.

Just made these. EASILY the best pancakes I've ever eaten. Used dark brown sugar for the sugar. Everything else, exactly by the recipe.

Thank you!!!

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Just made these. EASILY the best pancakes I've ever eaten. Used dark brown sugar for the sugar. Everything else, exactly by the recipe.

Thank you!!!

I'm glad you liked them! They are my hubbys favorite as well.

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I made the buckwheat pancakes this morning, and they were REALLY GOOD! I added a little cinnamon and vanilla. Thanks for the recipe!

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I just posted my recipe before seeing this thread :)

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