The one I made was - 1c buckwheat, .25tsp sea salt, 1tsp baking powder, 1tbsp honey, 1 egg beaten, 1c fat-free lactose-free skim milk, 1tbsp unsweetened apple sauce. It made 15 regular sized pancakes - I also added pumpkin pie spice in it (because I wasn't sure if it would taste good and pumpkin pie spice makes EVERYTHING taste good) they were really really good.
I'll have to try the Pamelas... sounds yummy! I have a question though -- is it my imagination or are these GF mixes a lot higher calorie than their wheat flour counterparts? When I figured out the calories for my pancakes, it seemed high. And the bread is 150 calories for a thin slice. Not something to eat every day, that's for sure! It's nice to have these options, though, when we get a bread or dessert craving. The sparkpeople recipe of the day was an Applesauce Carrot cake, and it sounded good. I'm wondering if I can substitute the GF baking mix for the flour and baking powder. Has anyone tried these substitutions before? K.
Although Ive posted this on other pages for pancakes you cannot beat Pamelas, the pancakes are the best things ever... even better then regualar pancakes, also tried the brownies and the choc cake.. both amazing.. and i ususally dont like brownies
My husband makes buckwheat pancakes for me, using the recipe from the Betty Crocker cookbook, and substituting buckwheat flour in place of the regular flour, and adds 1/2 tsp more of baking powder. They turn out great. The whole family likes them.
I've never made those particular pancakes, but I have used the BRM gluten-free baking mix to make pancakes. I find all those products to be quite excellent. I know that people use applesauce as a substitute sometimes, maybe that would work in place of the honey or molasses. You'll have to let us know how they turn out. I have the Bobs Red Mill creamy buckwheat cereal and the Wonderful GF Bread Mix too, and they are both delicious. Good luck! and blessings on Bob's Red Mill!! Katie
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