Thursday, December 2, 2010

Authentic Foods Pancakes

During the holidays it’s a tradition in my house to have a big family breakfast, and pancakes are always part of those breakfasts. Despite the gluten-free baking mixes that are available, I’ve had a hard time finding a pancake mix that can be made allergen-free and passes the family test – where all family members agree that yes! these are not only edible, but really good.

This Thanksgiving I tried the Authentic Foods gluten-free pancake and baking mix. It’s tough to find Authentic Foods in the Northeast where I live, but I had a box full of goodies from Authentic Foods shipped across the country so I could try them.

The pancake recipe calls for milk, eggs and oil. I used hemp milk, Ener-G egg replacer, and canola oil. I added an extra ¼ cup of water, as the mix was very thick without it. I was so pleased with the results of this mix that this one is going on my list of items that I am willing to pay shipping for.

The gluten eating members of the family even asked for more!

Most importantly, the pancakes did not stick as I was making them. Dare I try this in the waffle iron? I might just do that!

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