This is such an easy way to feed a few people with as little hassle as possible. Everyone loves pancakes but the person making them has to stand over the pan until all the batter is used up. Here’s a great way to fix that and everyone eats together!
Pancakes are a staple of most kitchens. They work for so many occasions – breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon snack or an evening treat. Depending on the toppings, they fit so many bills.
Everyone has a pancake recipe they stand by and I’m no different but so far, the best gluten free pancake recipe I found was one using buckwheat flour and it’s a great one and works well. The only issue is that you might not get buckwheat flour as easily as plain gluten free flour. Here’s the link if you want to check it out: https://www.cozebakes.com/2016/11/04/buckwheat-pancakes-gluten-free/ – this recipe has never failed to work but I finally found one that is healthier and uses no refined sugar plus you can make it dairy free if needed.
Thin pancakes are all well and good for Pancake Day but on other days, there’s no beating an American style pancake smothered with your favourite topping and these gluten and wheat free variety are really good.
You can decide if you want to add the sugar or leave it out.
You will easily feed 4/6 people with this batch of gloriously good pancakes!