Gluten Free Pancakes
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Gluten free pancakes can come in so many different sweet and savory flavors. Try some of these delicious recipes for a hearty breakfast or a flavorful side dish.
Pancakes are one of the first comfort food carbs that people tend to miss when they can’t eat gluten. But luckily, there are many gluten free pancake recipes that taste just as good as their gluten counterparts.
My family enjoys different varieties of pancakes every week. Even the gluten eaters are happy to have these sweet pancakes for breakfast as well as the savory ones on their dinner plates.
Once you get a feel for your preferred types of gluten free flour, you can make all your favorite pancake recipes without the wheat.
Gluten Free Pancakes Tips
There are so many different gluten free flour mixes available on the market. I like these versions from Bob’s Red Mill and King Arthur. If you’re looking to save money, you can make your own homemade gluten free flour mix. It tastes just as good.
You can also use other types of single ingredient gluten free flour for pancakes. I love oat flour pancakes, since they’re so hearty and they taste fairly similar to traditional pancakes. Almond flour and coconut flour are other good options.
If you’re new to gluten free eating, you may want to start with banana pancakes or pineapple fritters. Because their texture is dominated by the fruit ingredients, you won’t notice much of a texture difference using gluten free flour. The savory pancakes also have a similar texture to their wheat-based counterparts since they don’t contain a lot of flour.
GF Breakfast Pancakes
Here are several of my favorite gluten free pancakes for breakfast. From banana and raspberry to pumpkin and gingerbread, there’s a flavor for every mood and season.
Savory GF Pancakes
Pancakes and fritters made from vegetables are a fun side dish variation. These savory pancakes go with so many different types of meals. The leftovers are hearty enough to eat on their own for a light lunch, and they’re so delicious.