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Gluten free pancakes?

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DeliveredByKiki Sat 29-Apr-17 07:13:49

Got DC friends staying over Saturday, I'd said I would do pancakes for breakfast on Sunday but one is gluten free - anyone have an idea what works best from the following:

GF flour for baking
Almond flour
Coconut flour

ImListening Sat 29-Apr-17 07:16:10

Always used gf plain flour here

AlternativeTentacle Sat 29-Apr-17 07:16:36

You googled 'gluten free pancakes' and found nothing? Weird.

glenthebattleostrich Sat 29-Apr-17 07:18:39

Mashed banana mixed with egg and a drop of vanilla is nice otherwise just gf plain flour. I think the doves farm one has a recipe on the back.

Sylvannas Sat 29-Apr-17 07:18:42

The banana pancakes are delicious.
1 mashed banana
2 eggs
(I love adding cinnamon and blueberries too)
Fry
Job done

Lunaballoon Sat 29-Apr-17 17:02:10

Buckwheat flour, like they use for crepes/galettes in Brittany - delicious and gluten free!

Blondie1984 Sat 29-Apr-17 17:42:02

I've tried coconut and they didn't work out too well

CMOTDibbler Sat 29-Apr-17 17:45:16

The GF flour for baking works great. The banana 'pancakes' otoh are just rounds of fried banana to me

OvariesForgotHerPassword Sat 29-Apr-17 17:48:07

Doves Farm Flour. The banana "pancakes" aren't great, just make normal ones with plain GF flour.

multivac Sun 30-Apr-17 00:36:56

Make them with self-raising GF flour (assuming you're after Scotch pancakes, not crepes) and your usual recipe.

Shockers Sun 30-Apr-17 00:41:02

I make banana pancakes by whizzing up an egg, a banana, a handful of porridge oats and some bicarb. Fry in coconut oil.

DeliveredByKiki Sun 30-Apr-17 03:22:43

Thanks everyone - except Tentacle no need for your sarcasm on the food section, clearly not I was asking what peoples best personal experiences were. Chill the fuck out

DeliveredByKiki Sun 30-Apr-17 03:24:37

GF flour worked a treat - I haven't used it before and had some leftover from a random birthday cake so glad it's gone to good use!

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