Buckwheat Pancakes



Saturday Breakfast

always check the ingredient labels every time you buy food - manufacturers can change and add ingredients w/out putting any notice on the front of packaging.


(buckwheat is not actually a form of wheat and is also gluten free!)

i triple this recipe for our family of 7 big eaters, but they are very filling.

1 1/2 cups buckwheat flour
1/2 cup oat flour (bob's red mills gluten- free carries no risk of cross contamination)
1 tsp baking soda
1 teaspoon salt (we use RealSalt - corn free and still has trace minerals of iodine)
1 1/2 cups hemp milk
1 1/2 cups coconut milk
1 TBspn molasses
1 TBspn coconut oil

mix ingredients, slowly adding wet to the dry. mix until lumps are gone.
heat griddle and grease lightly w/ coconut oil. pour approx. 1/4 cup of batter to form each pancake. bake until bubbles appear and disappear and edges are brown. flip and cook a minute or so longer. serve hot with real organic maple syrup (imitation is actually corn syrup) or agave syrup. should make 16, 4" pancakes. if we're really doing a fancy breakfast, we serve w/ fresh juiced oranges and jones dairy farm sausage patties (costco carries them now!). note: the links cause my son to have a reaction and many other soy-allergic people in my allergy groups report the same thing - maybe it's something about the skin casing or perhaps they come off a different, cross-contaminated line or something. otherwise, the pancakes by themselves are a wonderful and filling treat that need no side dishes!




4 comments:

Cass and Danielle said...

These look great! I was actually just reading about Buckwheat pancakes tonight. I am interested in trying them, but I am curious - why the two types of milk?

jack said...

i think that is because when i originally made this recipe, i partially converted it from one that called for part buttermilk and part normal milk. i'm sure you could try it with only one milk, but we love them this way!

Leslie Williams said...

I don't have issues with regular milk. Do you think that would be okay?

jack said...

it should work just as well, yes.

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