Gluten-free Pancake premix

Easy, gluten-free pancakes

Going off gluten can be quite challenging. It’s not easy when you can’t have the things you love. Like a stack of delicious soft pancakes, the kind that are soft but still have that crispy edge. The kind that you drizzle syrup (or honey), sprinkle cinnamon and sugar over and spoon generous amounts of freshly squeezed lemon juice. Mmm….sounds yum right? So today I’m going to give you my secrets for making delicious gluten-free pancakes.

{Just a side note: Here in South Africa we call them pancakes, others know them as crêpes. Crumpets/flapjacks for us are small and round and contain baking powder.}

About this premix

First, I thought I would tell you that this pancake recipe is born out of many failed attempts not only at making them correctly, but getting the ingredients right. This recipe is based on the knowledge and experience I have gained over the years in dealing with gluten free flours and how they work as well as learning from the knowledge of many others that have come before me.

Before we start, some tips

So just a few tips before we get into the recipe..

  • Make sure you use a stainless steel, non-stick pan
  • Always heat up your pan for 2 minutes on a high heat. (this point is really the make or break of making pancakes) I add a tiny dash of olive oil at this stage and swirl my pan around.
  • Once your pan/oil is heated, turn it down to a medium high temperature. Then taking a piece of paper towel, wipe away most of the oil. You just want a residue left on the pan. Otherwise your pancakes will be oily. (you can use coconut oil or butter or some other type of oil, just make sure to wipe most of it off.)
  • This should really go without saying, but make your pancake batter first before heating up your pan, so that you’re good to go when it is at the right temperature.
  • I also put my oven on about 100° C and put a oven safe plate on the middle shelf, then as I make the pancakes, I transfer them to the oven to keep warm. This way they stay moist , keeping their crispy edge and hot until they are ready to be eaten.

So let’s get to it!

Click through the slideshow of some of the steps involved.

  • Wet ingredients
  • Whisk flours
  • wet to dry
  • batter
  • edges
  • pankcake life
glutenfree pancakes

I hope you enjoy this premix

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Published by Bonnie

Hello. My name is Bonnie. Welcome to my page. I have been an avid baker for about 20 years. Of those years, seven have been gluten-free baking. I discovered I had a chronic intolerance to gluten and began experimenting with converting my all time favorite recipes into gluten-free ones. I also have developed my own recipe repertoire. I am married and have two children. My husband and son are not gluten intolerant but my daughter is. She has also been the motivation for persevering in creating recipes we both can enjoy. My journey has taught me so much and I know many others can benefit from my experience. My hope is that you will find something you can order that you have missed and longed for being gluten intolerant or celiac. Or perhaps you just want a healthier option as I also offer alternatives to some of my orders such as sugar free, grain free and low carb. I share my experience and story in more detail on my Instagram page. (@bonniesGFbakery) Please feel free to follow me there. Located in Somerset West, Western cape, South Africa. I deliver to the Helderberg basin area which includes Somerset West, Gordans Bay and Strand.

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