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How to Make Dietary-Restriction Friendly Pancakes

Pancakes. Hotcakes. Griddlecakes. Flapjacks. No matter what you call them, they are a great meal anytime of day (who doesn’t like breakfast for dinner?). Pancakes also contain problem ingredients for many with stomach issues and dietary restrictions. Luckily, there are alternate options that are delicious.

We came across King Arthur Flour at our local Food Lion. The brand has Easy to Prepare Gluten Free Pancake Mix. The company was founded in 1790 when Henry Wood began importing flour from England and sold it under the name Henry Wood & Company. According to their website, it was the first flour company in the US. In the 1820s, the company began milling flour using American-grown wheat. Roughly 75 years later, the company changed its name to King Arthur Flour. If you have time, take a few minutes to read a timeline of the company’s history, including why they became employee-owned in 2004 and how they’re involved in the community.

King Arthur Flour offers a variety of products, including gluten-free products. They are Certified Gluten-Free, Non GMO Project Verified, kosher, and contain no preservatives. The gluten-free pancake mix is also soy-free. To make the pancakes dairy-free, use oil along with almond, rice, or soy milk.

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King Arthur Flour Easy to Prepare Gluten Free Pancake Mix lives up to its name.

 

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See how easy it is to make these dietary restriction friendly pancakes?

 

Ingredients

-2 large eggs (or VeganEggs)

-6 tbsp melted butter OR 4 tbsp oil

-2 c of milk

Directions

-Whisk together eggs, butter/oil, and milk. Then, whisk in mix and allow butter to sit for 10 minutes to thicken.

-If you’re using a griddle, preheat to medium (350 degrees F) or preheat stovetop.

-Scoop 1/4 c of batter onto lightly greased griddle/pan. *Note: We used coconut oil to grease pan*

-Cook 1-2 minutes until bubbles form on top and bottom is a golden brown.

-Flip and cook for 1-2 minutes more.

 

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Put some wrist action into it while you whisk the batter.

 

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Pro tip: An ice cream scooper makes mini pancakes.

*For Waffles: Prepare batter as directed and follow waffle iron instructions*

*For Half Batch: Make batter as directed using 1 1/3 c mix, 1 large egg, 3 tbsp. melted butter or 2 tbsp oil, and 1 c milk.

*Pro Tip: Make your pancakes even more delicious by ADDING CHOCOLATE. You are welcome. *praisehandemoji* Enjoy Life has Semi-Sweet Mini Chocolate Chips that are dairy-, nut-, soy-, gluten-, peanut-, potato-, casein-, wheat-, fish-, egg-, sesame-, fish-, and shellfish-free.

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Little drops of chocolatey goodness.

 

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You’re going to thank me for this; trust me.

 

*Nutrition Facts

Serving size 1/3 c mix

Servings Per Container about 8 (one serving= 2 pancakes)

-Cal: 180 (mix), 300 (prepared)

-Cal from Fat: 5 (mix), 100 (prepared)

-Total Fat: 0.5g

-Saturated Fat: 0g

-Trans Fat: 0g

-Cholesterol: 0mg

-Sodium: 430mg

-Total Carbs: 41g

-Dietary Fiber: 1g

-Sugars: 3g

-Protein: 2g

Verdict: We’re fans! They were like soft, fluffy, yummy clouds. The pancakes were scrumptious!

 

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So. Good.

 

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Fluffy golden pancakes.
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34 thoughts on “How to Make Dietary-Restriction Friendly Pancakes

  1. This is really great to know! I don’t have gluten allergies, but I have friends who do, so this is something really useful to keep in mind if I ever cook breakfast for them!

    • They were really yummy! My mom & I aren’t gluten-free, but my sister is & we loved them as much as she did. That many not be a bad idea. My sister had to go gluten-,soy-, & dairy-free per her doctor to help manage her IBS. Hopefully you’ll get to the bottom of it soon!

  2. We’re very fortunate not to suffer from any allergies in our house, but I do have a very dear friend who’s just found out she’s gluten intolerant and she’s always loved her pancakes. I’ll be sharing the recipe with her, I’m sure it will make her happy to know her pancake eating days aren’t over

  3. It’s great to know that there’s so many dietary option to choose from these days. I’m not allergic to gluten but I like to try some new things especially it’s pancake related. These pancakes looks so good!

    • It’s been great to find so many options for my sister. I’m not gluten-intolerant either & we tried this recipe for my sister. They were so good! You’d never know that they weren’t “regular” pancakes.

  4. These look delicious. I use another gluten-free brand, but am always looking to try something new! I’ve never made chocolate chip pancakes, looks easy enough! Thanks for the idea.

  5. Glad to know that there is a brand for gluten-free pan cake available in the market! Thanks for sharing your recipe with us! I’ve many vegan friends and I’ll share your post with them!

  6. Wow they look so easy to make and I like the idea to add a little something to make them unique…I would definitely add strawberries and bananas….I am wondering if I can make them with no eggs?!?

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