1 Cup of Buckwheat Flour
1 Cup of Mama’s All Purpose Almond Flour
1 1/2 teaspoons Baking Soda
1 1/2 teaspoons Baking Powder
A Healthy Pinch of Kosher Salt
1/4 Cup Pure Maple Syrup
2 1/4 Cups Organic Milk
1 1/2 teaspoons Pure Vanilla Extract
1 Tablespoon of Dairy Free Butter, melted/plus more for cooking
2 Eggs, separated
In a large bowl add all of the dry ingredients and whisk to combine. In a medium bowl add the milk, egg yolks, syrup,vanilla, and melted butter, stir with a fork to break of egg yolks and combine.
In a small bowl add the egg whites and mix by hand with a large whisk until soft peaks form.
Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and whisk thoroughly. Carefully fold in the egg whites. Butter a skillet and add pancake batter by the spoonful or measuring cup when skillet is hot. Makes at least 15 large pancakes. Store leftovers in the fridge. I would think the batter would last about 3 days.
Aw, poor baby! I hate ticks. I have picked a few out of me this past summer. BLECH!
I feel your pain with eating out and eating on the road… I can’t tell you how many times I’ve told the waitress/waiter/manager I can’t have gluten, then tell them that wheat, rye and barley, etc, etc, only to have them tell me, “Oh, don’t worry we don’t use wheat flour our bread is made from white flour.”
Yup, it is scary alright. ~Lynda
Are you able to eat these buckwheat pancakes with the milk in them? They do look delicious. How interesting to be offered a bakery item with your gluten-free meal! And ticks are terrible. We used to live near a beach and every summer, despite our best efforts, one of our two dogs would end up with tick paralysis. It’s hard to imagine something so small being so lethal xx
Yes! Buckwheat is naturally gluten free and I use almond milk. I made these homemade with almond milk and dairy free butter. They were delicious!
The ticks are scary. In Washington we could get away with not treating our dogs for ticks (I prefer not to give them that medication if we don’t have to), but here, it’s a different story. They will definitely need to be treated and maybe year round. We’ll see. Hope you are doing well! 🙂
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