Pancakes (GF)

I have several posts worth of Gluten-Free pictures on my camera, but shortly after my last posts a couple of discs in my neck decided they were tired and started misbehaving.  I’ve had numb fingers, a numb face and shooting pain down my right arm and shoulder.  I’ve been visiting the chiropractor several times a week and we are making slow progress.  It even hurts to type.  I’m tired of not being able to do much and this will be a short post, so I’m going to go for it. 

Today is a holiday for the boys and Guy and there was time for a leisurely breakfast which meant trying a new recipe for pancakes.  I decided on this recipe from Bob’s Red Mill.

I ate mine with Marionberry syrup which my MIL brought from Oregon.  I have to say I’m not a big fan of pancakes.  All my life they have just felt heavy in my stomach.  But I don’t have that problem with GF pancakes!  Good news even without gluten issues.  Everyone liked these and I did double the recipe, after all I’m feeding two teen males.

The recipe uses Bob’s Red Mill GF All Purpose flour.  The really good news it that Costco is now carrying that flour, so it is available at a lower cost than in natural food stores.



  1. Gina P. said,

    January 23, 2011 at 6:38 am

    Interesting. I have always felt like pancakes are a weight in my stomach after I eat them> I will have to try glutenfree ones. Bob’s Red Mill is local so I have no problem getting it. Hope you feel better soon.

    • Sonya said,

      January 26, 2011 at 4:10 pm

      Gina, I’m not sure whether it is the fact they are gluten free, or that there are no egg yolks or milk in these. Could be a combination of all three. My neck is slowly getting better – thanks.

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