I don't even know where I got this recipe. It tastes wonderful on vanilla ice cream and is very easy to make. If you are concerned about using corn syrup this recipe works equally well using honey as a substitute.
This is a recipe that I got from the website of Gluten-Free Goddess. It uses Pamela's Baking & Pancake Mix. I've made it several times and I've gotta say, it's really good. My wheat eating DD even asked for it for her birthday. If you are GF/CF you can use canned pumpkin or applesauce in place of the yogurt and 2 cups of your flour mix plus 2 teaspoons of baking powder and 1 teaspoon of baking soda.
This is one of my favorite cookies and I came up with this recipe by combining a few recipes. My husband (who can eat wheat) thinks they're great! Hope you enjoy them. UPDATE: Pamela's Ulitmate Baking & Pancake Mix includes baking soda and baking powder - if you substitute a GF flour mix that doesn't include baking soda and baking powder, you will need to add 1/2 tsp baking soda and 2 tsp baking powder.
This is an adaptation of a recipe that I found on Pamela's Products website. The original recipe was for current scones, but I wanted something that was cinnamon raisin and this is what I came up with.
This was the first thing I ever made with Pamela's Baking & Pancake Mix. This recipe was taken from Pamela's website. However, it is no longer there and I thought I'd post it - mainly for me because I have a tendency to lose recipes!!!
I found this recipe on another website where people post recipes that are WW friendly. I decided to try and make it gluten-free and they were just delicious. This recipe makes 6 - 4 pancake servings and the WW points are 6 per serving.
A recipe from www.celiac.com that I have altered slightly. If your flour mix does not include xanthan gum, add 1 T of ground flax seed (although you may add it anyway as the outcome of the recipe won't be affected). It is also very important to chill the dough before you bake them - they won't spread as much. NOTE; If you are making this recipe as a non-gluten free recipe using regular all-purpose flour, do not use quick oats as the recipe was made with regular long cooking oats.
I found this recipe in a Gooseberry Patch Christmas Craft Book. It was submitted by Jean Hayes of LaPorte, TX (need to give credit where credit is due). This pie was absolutely wonderful! You can use fresh or frozen cranberries. If you use frozen, don't thaw them. Also, for those of you who need to avoid wheat, this can be made with Bob's Red Mill All Purpose Gluten Free Flour.
This is a recipe I found in a dairy free cookbook. I converted this when my daughter was little and had several allergies that we had to adjust for. This recipe is not gluten free or dairy free as posted but can be made dairy free by using milk-free margarine.
Ever since I purchased my first bag of Pamela's Ultimate Baking & Pancake Mix, I've been baking like crazy! I haven't had waffles since I was diagnosed with a wheat allergy about four years ago. These waffles were wonderful! Hope you enjoy them as much as I did!