Pancakes don’t have to be the nutrition disaster most people think they are. Many Saturdays I soak a large bowl of oats and make these nourishing soaked oat pancakes. We serve a pancake or two topped with real butter or coconut butter and either fruit puree or raw honey along-side fried eggs, bacon, or sausage to round it out.
I like to rotate our grains around, so every other time I make the pancakes using this very simple, quick way. No soaking, no fuss. Everything into the bowl to blend – even Bisquick is about that quick.
Simple & Quick Gluten Free Pancakes
- 2 cups tapioca flour
- 1 cup brown rice flour
- 1 cup white rice flour
- 2 cups water
- ½ cup melted coconut oil
- 2 eggs if you are egg free use 2 gelatin eggs or ½ cup fruit puree like banana or applesauce
- 2 tsp aluminum free baking powder
- 2 tsp baking soda
- 1 tsp sea salt
- 1 TB apple cider vinegar
- 2-3 TB organic pure cane sugar sucanat, coconut sugar, honey, or pure maple syrup
- Everything into the mixing bowl and blend through with hand beaters.
- Cook in a very hot skillet flipping when the bubbles appear to the surface – just like regular pancakes!
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- I very often double this batch and freeze. Just lay the cooled off pancakes flat in a freezer bag. You can pop them in the toaster right from the freezer for a quick breakfast addition.
- If you want a thicker/denser pancake just use less water.
- Here is the gelatin you will want to use to make your gelatin eggs if you are egg free.
- I get my tapioca flour, white rice flour, and brown rice flour cheapest lately on Amazon. Sometimes our bulk section at our health food store has them cheaper so just keep a price check.
- You can absolutely get batter made up the night before so you just have to cook them off in the morning – the cooking part goes so fast – a set of them cook up in just a couple minutes!
- Wisk up the dry ingredients into a big air tight container and keep like “Bisquick” in the cupboard! Or give it away to a friend with the wet ingredients labeled to add in!
- Dress up your pancakes for the season! Add cinnamon and cloves. Swap some of the moisture for pumpkin! In the summer add some fresh blueberries while they cook!