Pancakes, pancakes, and more pancakes

Pancakes, pancakes, and more pancakes

I guess I’ve been on a pancake kick lately. I love it though because I ALWAYS just pop the leftovers in freezer bags and freeze them. It’s super easy to just take a few out when you feel like pancakes and put them in the toaster. I love them that way because my toaster has a frozen setting, plus, microwaved reheated pancakes are icky. They get soggy and gummy kind of. Anyway, this time I used Jules’s pancake recipe for something different and they were certainly different. I liked how fluffy they got, but they were also sort of gummy-ish in the middle. I’m thinking maybe less baking powder. I don’t know. I’d try them again though.

I used almond meal instead of dry milk powder, coconut milk for the milk, and regular eggs and not egg substitute. And I’m happy to say, it makes quite a few pancakes. I think I made 10 or eleven cakes, so I have a real good amount of leftovers in the freezer.


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  1. Hi Rhiannon – so glad you tried my recipe! They do puff up quite a bit which can make them hard to cook all the way, through, so I recommend flattening them out as much as possible when you put the batter into the pan and when you flip them. My Pancake Mix also helps to prevent the gumminess that sometimes happens with pancakes – let me know how you like that if you get a chance to try it instead! (Your pancakes look beautiful, by the way!) :)

    • I do think I need to try the pancake and waffle mix. I was VERY tempted to get some at the conference. I probably just should have. Thanks for the heads up. I never know if I should try to flatten something like that or not. I’ll definitely try them again, and I LOVE that I have leftovers. :)

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