I have 2 sweet little girls, who cannot eat dairy, soy, gluten/wheat, egg, chocolate, beef, pork, onion, garlic (and the list goes on). This is something I wish I would have found, in the hopes that other moms that have what we know as "Multiple Protein Intolerance", as well as fructose mal-absorption, lactose intolerance and selective IgA deffiency. I hope this helps you in some way. Check back often for help, tips, advise, Encouragement, and recipes. With Love~Allergy Momma!
Almond flour Blueberry Pancakes
While searching on the net today for a yummy recipe for better pancakes than I have been making, I stumbled on this recipe! The only downside to this recipe is that it contains egg, but I'm sure with some tweaking I will be able to get the perfect pancake, especially after some trial and error. :) This Lovely recipe is brought to us by The Urban Poser, who has tons of great recipes might I add. So, thank you Urban poser for creating a wonderful recipe for us to share. Ladies, please check out her blog, there are TONS of other recipes that I think you would all find very helpful in making good food, that is safe for all. Happy eating!
The Allergy Mommy
4-5 Tbls full fat coconut milk(Natural Value has a guar gum free version or try subbing any liquid here)
2 Tbls honey
1 tsp vanilla or juice of half a lemon
1/4 cup fruit (optional)
Oil for frying
In a medium bowl, sift and/or mix together the almond flour, baking soda salt and optional spice.
In a separate bowl, blend together the eggs, coconut milk honey and vanilla.
Add the liquid ingredients to the dry and mix well. Let rest for a few minutes.PrePre-heat your pan over medium heat(I use cast iron). Watch the heat closely, it likes to climb. If it gets too hot, not only will the pancakes burn, they will be badly shaped and hard to flip. This will vary depending on your stove top and pan. I like to use cast iron.
Add batter to pan. If you have trouble flipping the pancakes, try making them silver dollar sized.
Fry the pancake till it starts to bubble and the edges just start to form(and dry a bit). If they start cooking to quickly (burning before it's time to flip) then adjust the heat. Every stove top is different. Flip over carefully using a THIN METAL spatula. Continue to cook till the pancake firms up.
Makes about 25-30 silver dollar size pancakes
If needed, keep pancakes in a warm oven. There pancakes freeze and reheat well. I like to make them ahead of time, freeze them then put them in the toaster to reheat!
Top with honey or your favorite natural sweetener and or cold coconut cream.