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Offline Buntybear

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I think it was Kelly who gave me a good pancake recipe for Olly when he was weaning. Will have to dig through my PMs from that time and see if I can find it!

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No it was Heidi  :P

Here it is;

This is the pancake recipe:

1 cup flour (I mix millet, rice & coconut flours)
1/2 tsp baking soda
2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
2 tbsp sugar
1 cup soy milk (I've done 1/2 water, works the same)
1 1/2 tbsp veg oil
1/2 tsp vanilla
applesauce (I use the little 1 serving size pots, probably amounts to 1/3 cup

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Would this recipe work. I have not checked the foods that T can have now so not completely sure if it is ok or not.

Apple Rice Pancakes

Ingredients

1 1/4  cups  white rice flour
2  tsp  baking powder
1/4  tsp  salt
1/8  tsp  baking soda
2  Tbsp  sugar
1  Tbsp  oil
1  cup  liquid: water, apple juice, apple cider, or rice milk
1/2  cup  applesauce
1  tsp  cinnamon (optional)

Instructions

Mix the first five dry ingredients together. Add the wet ingredients and mix well. For best results, mix all ingredients in a blender.
 
Lightly grease your griddle and pour batter onto hot griddle. Cook pancakes until they are firm around the edges, and then flip them over, cooking an additional 1-2 minutes on other side. Remove from griddle.
 
This recipe works best with a very finely ground white rice flour.

For best flavour and texture use apple juice as the liquid.




James has atopic eczema, multiple food allergies, asthma and late talker