|Our favourite Gluten Free pancakes|
After trying out a few different recipes, a few months ago we all agreed that these Gluten Free pancakes were the best going and often having them on Sunday mornings as a family treat. They are super easy to make and contain now wheat or gluten although they do contain eggs as well as delicious greek yogurt. I often cover mine in sliced bananas but on this occasion we were excited to try out some Choc Shot which had been sent to us and made a lovely chocolaty change without all the sugar and calories as it's 100% natural from carob and is gluten and diary free and suitable for veggies/vegans and the little man has become a real fan of having a dash of this in his almond milk.
|Chic Shot has been a hit in our house|
Gluten Free pancake recipe
200g gluten-fre flour blend (we often use rice flour)
1 1/2 tsp gluten free baking powder
2 free range eggs beaten
200ml milk - dairy free versions also work, we use almond
120g greek yogurt
1 tbsp sunflower oil
1. Place the flour, baking powder, eggs, milk, yogurt and oil into a bowl and stir until there is no lumps or bumps and it's nice and smooth, alternatively you could also use a blender
2. Lightly grease a large frying pan and heat until very hot. Drop tablespoons of batter onto the pan and cooking for a few minutes making sure to turn them at least once and they are nice and golden.
3. To serve stack them up and spoon over some chic shot or maple syrup or fresh fruit.
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