Making Gluten Free Buckwheat Pancakes

gluten free buckwheat pancakes Making gluten free buckwheat pancakes can be so easy. It is true that pancakes and similar breads need high gluten flour to make the bread tastier and well-textured. Well, we don’t always need high gluten flour if we make pancakes; instead, some alternatives options are available so that it is possible for you to make gluten free pancakes. Here is a recipe for tasty gluten free buckwheat pancakes we can practice in our home.

Gluten Free Buckwheat Pancakes Ingredients

To make gluten free buckwheat pancakes, we will need some ingredient. First is a half cup of brown rice flour as the replacement of high gluten flour. It had better for us to choose organic flour. We should also prepare for one large egg, one and a half cup of almond milk, two tablespoons of grape seed oil, two tablespoons of agave nectar, ¼ cup of gerber baby food carrot, ¾ cup of organic Buckwheat Four, two tablespoons of baking powder, a tablespoon of cinnamon and a cup of blueberries. The amount of cinnamon used here may varies according to your specific taste, so you may add or reduce the amount as you like.

Gluten Free Buckwheat Pancakes Making

Prepare a bowl with medium size. Put the egg replacer into the bowl and mix it with water until it is perfectly dissolved. Add the maple syrup, milk, and oil to the bow and mix it. Add the mix with applesauce and mix it for about couple minutes until it is well mixed. In another bowl, we can mix brown rice flour and Buckwheat. Add cinnamon and baking powder in the bowl, and then add the dry mix to the wet mix. Stir the mix until everything is mixed pretty well and add blueberries to it. Heat oil or butter on the pancake pan then cook it until our Gluten Free Buckwheat Pancakes turn golden brown.

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