In our home, we look at a traditional gluten filled recipe and figure out how it can be made gluten free. That’s always our mission. I’ve learned over the years that it’s easier than one might think. trust me.
So let’s talk about these pancakes. Fun breakfast food for kids of all ages….pancakes! Gluten free pancakes haven’t really ever been on our menu, cuz…have you ever TRIED gluten free pancakes?! Have you ever tried to MAKE them?! Yes, there are many different kinds of gluten free pancake mixes on the market…blah blah blah. Pancakes should be made from scratch. Period. I’ve made pancakes with coconut flour in the past, super yummy, but these oat flour pancakes seem to leave the plate quicker than coconut flour pancakes 🙂 They are ‘Button Approved’ and they are EASY.
Oat Flour Pancakes
1 cup gluten free oat flour
1 tbsp oil (I use Coconut oil, melted)
1 tsp. baking powder
1 generous tbsp honey (or sugar)
I use Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Quick Oats and whip them through the food processor for a minute or two…tada, oat flour. Then I add the baking powder, eggs and melted coconut oil. I used honey in this recipe for the first time today…mainly because I wanted to eat some of these, and I don’t (try not to) eat sugar. You can certainly use sugar, they will taste the same.
Instructions: hot pan, butter, spatula, syrup, fork and hungry kids. done.