So my kids thought I was making chocolate pancakes and got all excited, LOL. I had to explain that I was making Buckwheat Pancakes not chocolate. Surprising they weren’t sad about not getting chocolate ones as they hoped.
Buckwheat gives these pancakes an incredible flavor. This buckwheat pancake recipe makes very delicious, yet thick pancakes. If you want something lighter, I suggest adding more milk to thin the batter out. Otherwise this batter comes out thick like cake batter.
This morning we opened a bag of Namaste Foods, Gluten Free Waffle & Pancake Mix and boy were the waffles (yes waffles, again) really tasty!!
We used almond milk instead or regular milk and didn’t use any added sweeteners in the mix when making breakfast. The waffles came out crispy and beautiful on the Belgium waffle maker and everyone one devoured them up – the kids, grandparents and I were in waffle heaven!
The waffles themselves had a mild flavor — but with a little melted butter and some Agave Syrup — were perfect! Next time I may add a tsp of sugar to the mix to see how they taste in comparison with the added sweetener.
This product contains no wheat, gluten, soy, corn, potato, dairy, casein, peanuts or tree nuts. Non-GMO, all natural, no preservatives. So, if you are looking for a great Gluten Free Waffle/Pancake mix, grab for Namaste Foods LLC, Gluten Free Products For People With Food Allergies at your local grocer or at: http://goo.gl/XpoG4h !!
Originally posted on STLNV Facebook July 21, 2014. Namaste Foods provided the mix to be reviewed
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With all the sourdough starter that I had leftover, I decided to make pancakes. They came out so fluffy and so flavorful my kids and husband devoured them right up. I say that was a great success!
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1-1/2 teaspoons baking soda
1 tablespoon water
2 cups gluten free sourdough starter
1. In a large mixing bowl, beat eggs.
2. In a separate bowl, add sugar, salt, baking soda, and water and mix until incorporated. Add to beaten eggs. Add sourdough starter to mixture and beat with wooden spoon. Do not beat too long.
3. Spoon on griddle in 1/4 cup amounts. When bubbles appear on top of pancakes, turn over. Cook until golden brown.