May 9, 2009
Friday morning in our house is pancake breakfast. Oh happy day! The kiddos love this Maine maple syrup laden day like no other.
And it's your lucky day too, because to kick off my new "in the kitchen" blog posts I'm going to share not just one, but three recipes. If you scroll ahead a bit you'll see they're really all a part of the pancake recipe so don't get yourselves too excited. But still, three-for-one is a pretty good deal!
First, the specs on this recipe.
These pancakes are vegan, gluten-free, corn-free, oil-free, sugar-free, and surprisingly good.
Corn-free? Well duh - aren't most pancakes corn free? Not if you use baking powder they aren't. Damien gets rashes when he eats corn and did you know that there is corn in nearly everything? So, not only do I make my own gluten-free baking mix for pancakes, I also make baking powder from scratch (pat, pat, pat on my back).
Also, just to clarify, although the pancakes are sugar-free the kids and I like a generous serving of syrup (the real stuff of course) on top. Damien prefers his with loads of fresh fruit. Enough introduction, on to the three part recipe:
Mix up a bunch and store in jar. Use as you would "store-bought" baking powder. Cream of tartar and tapioca starch can be found at health food stores and buying clubs.
I usually double this to have lots on hand. Mix ingredients well and store in airtight container. Use instead of wheat flour in recipes, may need a little less liquid ingredients. Cannot be used for bread baking but works well for quick breads, muffins and cookies.
I make these pancakes on my seasoned cast iron pan. After each use I wash it and rub in a little oil so I don't need to oil the pan before frying. This recipe serves our family of 5, with fresh fruit.
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