Sprouted Fig (The Smoothie Lover)
October 9, 2014
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Soft and pillow-y, healthy, sugar free and gluten free – and they even contain a little bit of hidden veggies.

Tykke bløde pandekager. Sukkerfri og glutenfri – og så indeholder de endda en lille smule skjulte grøntsager.

 

Soft and pillow-y, healthy, sugar free and gluten free pancakes – and they even contain a little bit of hidden veggies.

 

Recently I’ve been experimenting a lot with gluten free and grain free baking. It is like a whole new world to experience and I love challenging myself. Considering all the grain free stuff I’ve been making recently – grain free apple pie, grain free fudgy brownie, spaghetti squash – you could say I’ve become a little obsessed.

 

Oh, and talking about older grain free recipes… I updated the most popular post on this blog with new photos. I’m very happy with them :) Check it out

Chocolate Avocado Cookies

 

Next week I’ll be off from school (autumn holiday, yay!) and I plan on trying to bake a lot of different grain free stuff… Banana bread, perfect my recipe on grain free cookies, and lovely Dearna from To Her Core has promised to post her recipe on paleo bread real soon (her pretty picture on Instagram made me SO hungry…). I can’t wait!

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Jeg har eksperimenteret en hel del med kornfri bagning på det sidste. Det kornfrie køkken er en hel ny verden i maduniverset. Det er virkelig sjovt at prøve, og jeg er måske blevet en liiiille smule besat af det… kornfri æbletærte, melfri brownie, spaghetti squash

 

Oh, og nu når vi snakker om gamle melfri opskrifter… Jeg har updatet den mest populære opskrift på bloggen med nye billeder :)

Chokolade Avokado Cookies

 

Efterårsferien skal helt sikkert bruges på at bage en masse dejlig kornfrie ting og sager… Bananbrød, min opskrift på kornfrie cookies skal forbedres, og så har søde Dearna fra To Her Core lovet at poste hendes opskrift på paleo brød snart. Jeg kan slet ikke vente!

 

Soft and pillow-y, healthy, sugar free and gluten free pancakes – and they even contain a little bit of hidden veggies.

Soft and pillow-y, healthy, sugar free and gluten free pancakes – and they even contain a little bit of hidden veggies.

 

Last Sunday I finally joined pancake Sunday. I know, I’m so slow. The day before I had decided to be a Swede for a day since it was the Swedish national cinnamon roll day – Kanelbullens dag. I mean, who could resist that? So I whipped up a big batch of soft healthy-ish cinnamon rolls, and my entire family pretty much lived from cinnamon rolls all Saturday long. It was wonderful and I believe you sometimes have to allow yourself that.

Sunday I did however think that it was time for gluten free stuff again, and so these pancakes happened.

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I søndags hoppede jeg endelig på pandekage-søndag-bølgen. I know, jeg er lidt langsom. Dagen inden legede jeg svensker for en dag (undskyld fellow danskere!), for det var nemlig Kanelbullens Dag. Jeg mener, vi snakker kanelsnegle.. Jeg kunne ikke lade være. Så jeg bagte en stor portion kanelsnegle, som hele familien stort set levede af resten af dagen. Det var så skønt, og det skal man have lov til nogen gange.

Men så syntes jeg alligevel søndag, at det var tid til lidt glutenfrit igen – og det er historien om hvordan disse pandekager kom til verdenen.

 

Soft and pillow-y, healthy, sugar free and gluten free pancakes – and they even contain a little bit of hidden veggies.

Gluten Free Pancakes

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 8 minutes

Yield: 3 pancakes

Soft and pillow-y, healthy, sugar free and gluten free – and they even contain a little bit of veggies.

Ingredients

  • Half a banana
  • 2 tbsp. buckwheat flour
  • 2 tbsp. gluten free oats
  • ½ egg
  • ¼ tsp. baking powder
  • 2 tbsp. finely grated zucchini
  • 1 tsp. coconut or neutral oil

Instructions

  1. Place all the ingredients except for coconut oil in a food processor and pulse until smooth.
  2. Heat the oil on a frying pan, place three dollops of batter in the pan and fry until golden brown.
  3. Serve right away with your favourite toppings.

Notes

You can easily use an entire egg. I just can’t due to my egg-allergy. Some people would like some more sweetener – so feel free to add a little honey, agave, maple syrup etc.

http://sproutedfig.com/gluten-free-pancakes/

30 responses to “Gluten Free Pancakes”

  1. Oh so delicious! I’m glad you enjoy gluten free baking!

  2. Gosh what a sweet treat and I just love your photography, it’s taking my breath away!!! I am happy to see all this baking. Thank god for holidays :)

  3. Ineke says:

    Your pictures are gorgeous! And I love this pancake recipe. I´ve been experimenting with healthier pancake recipes and I will definitely try these! Lot´s of love from Germany! :)

  4. Lucy says:

    wow ur photography is amazing!!! do youd I it all?? :)plz check out my blog!! xox

  5. These look perfect! I love pomegranate on pancakes :)

  6. caileejoy says:

    Love how you snuck in some veggies!! These look delicious!! ..and they’re gluten free! Perf for me!! YUMMY and healthy!!

  7. These are some of the most beautiful pancakes I’ve ever seen! Just lovely and I bet yummy too. :)
    Enjoy your holiday!!

  8. These pancakes look amazing, Josefine! Love the fact there’s ‘hidden’ veggies in the pancakes- so cool! Bookmarking the recipe! :D

  9. Love these pancakes Josefine! I am loving the pomegranate seeds and almonds on top. Your photos are gorgeous too!

  10. I’ve been wanting to try buckwheat flour! You are honestly such an inspiration to me, Josefine. Your recipes are amazing! And I LOVE that you had a day for just eating cinnamon rolls. Nothing wrong with that every once in awhile! :)

  11. GiGi Eats says:

    I really need to start sneaking zucchini into my baked goods :)

  12. Mary Frances says:

    Ooh great use of buckwheat flour and zucchini! You sneaky little baker, I never would’ve guessed! :) I can’t wait to see that banana bread, knowing you, it will be genius and gorgeous.

  13. These were my breakfast this morning – and they were sooo good! I think I have a new go-to GF pancake recipe here – thank you Josefine! x

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