Gluten-Free Pancakes

Gluten-Free Pancakes

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15 m
Calories: 227
2 people

If you have a family member or friend who is Celiac or Gluten intolerant, you must send them this recipe because they will love it! They will be able to have a tasty dessert, these Gluten-Free Pancakes for Celiacs with their favorite syrup. On this occasion, we chose to cover the pancake with thin slices of raw tomato and we bathed it with 100% natural honey.

These pancakes are a treat, but everyone should have options to eat what they want and from this website we want to give a nod to minorities who have food problems and thus offer one more option for them! We hope you like it and that you can enjoy them, they are very easy and above all, delicious! If you liked it, don't stop seeing this link where you have more Gluten Free Recipes and choose the one you like the most.

If you are also looking for the classic recipe you can go through our homemade pancakes video and enjoy a delicacy within everyone's reach, follow these steps and enjoy the best breakfast as a treat for whenever you want!

Ingredients for 2 people for the Gluten-Free Pancakes recipe

For the Pancake Dough

  • Cornstarch - 3 large tablespoons
  • Whole milk - 1 small cup
  • Egg - 1 unit
  • Gluten-free yeast - 8 grams or 1 small spoon
  • Sugar - 1 tablespoon
  • Salt - 1 pinch

To accompany

  • Honey - to taste
  • Sliced ​​banana

How to make the recipe Gluten-Free Pancakes

  1. Add the 6 tablespoons of cornstarch to the blender glass. Then, the sugar, the yeast, the egg, and the milk.
  2. Beat with the blender until the ingredients are well mixed and without lumps. We add a pinch of salt and beat again.
  3. Add an ounce of butter to the pan, heat it and once melted add a little of the mixture. When the pancake grows and is golden on the bottom, we turn it over.
  4. Once golden you can remove them. Finish the mixture and serve with the syrup you like the most!

Notes and Tips

Depending on the type of cornflour, you will have to add more or less amount to the mixture. Since some cornstarch flours come very crushed and fine and you will need more quantity so that your mixture thickens.

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