Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Mini stack of gluten free pancakes

Mini stack of gluten free pancakes by Torie Jayne

At the weekend I made gluten free pancakes, some of which I ate! The rest I wrapped in cling film and froze, ready to heat and serve tonight for Shrove Tuesday.

Mini stack of Gluten free pancakes (makes 20 mini pancakes) adapted from Doves farm recipe

Ingredients
  • 200g gluten free plain flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 500ml milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla paste
  • Sunflower oil spray

What you will need
  • Extra small frying pan

Cooking instructions
  1. Place the flour and eggs in a mixing bowl
  2. Gradually pour in milk and beat until you have a thin batter
  3. Add vanilla essence and mix well
  4. Leave to rest for at least an hour
  5. Spray frying pan and heat to a high temperature
  6. Pour about 30ml of batter into hot pan and swirl mixture until you have an even layer
  7. Cook until golden, turn over and cook other side
  8. Serve warm


Making gluten free pancakes
Fry light sunflower oil spray



Pancake condiments



Sliced lemons
Blueberries & maple syrup
Lemon juice & sugar


Have a sweet day!
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7 comments:

  1. Lemon juice & sugar on pancakes? Must try that!

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  2. I always get so giddy when you post food photos. This is no exception. Beautiful and yummy!

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  3. I love lemon juice and sugar on my pancakes too, Torie. Or, if not available, orange juice and sugar, or golden syrup but my fave is lemon juice. I think the lemon juice and sugar is a UK thing!

    I also buy the Fry Light 1 cal spray. Have you tried the butter flavour one? It's devine and yumorrific!

    Happy Shrove Tuesday. Apparently Australia and Brazil celebrate pancake day too! Who knew?

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  4. Super. Yummy! Must try this. And your photos are fabulous! My mouth is watering. :)

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  5. I've never cooked gluten free, but they look great! I like butter and maple syrup if the pancakes are thick and butter, strawberry jam and powdered sugar if they are very thin!

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  6. Thank you for your sweet comments, I need to try powdered sugar (icing sugar) on mine, bet it tastes and looks lovely, thanks Sue

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  7. Que ricas, me encanta las tortitas. Un saludo

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Thank you for your sweet comments. I love reading them all.