Super tasty! I used brown rice flour and they came out great.
These pancakes were appreciated by my 7-yr old daughter who was recently restricted from wheat products. I had a bit extra rice flour in the bag, so my recipe included 1 1/3 c rice flour, 2.5 tbsp cornstarch, 2 tbsp agave nectar, 1 tsp salt, and one can of coconut milk (I omitted the water). It makes 12 lovely 1/4 cup pankcakes. Thanks for the recipe!
I tried this for the crepes and it came out great! I had a family recipe from my grandmother that I have used for years but I recently found out I can't have gluten. These are a little thicker but the taste difference between the two recipes were nominal. The coconut milk gives them a nice subtle flavor. I made mine with the Asain flour and it wasn't gritty.
For how limited the ingredients are, these turned out nicely. Tender and a good base for toppings. I used 1/4 cup low fat milk and the rest water. Topped with diced pear cooked with honey, chopped pecans, dates, and 5 spice mix. very tasty!
This is the best Gluten/Dairy/Egg free recipe I've found! I had to give it a try right away so I used the brown rice flour I had in the house. I needed to add half a cup of liquid to get a pancake batter.
Delicious especially with honey or syrup. Makes gluten and dairy free cooking easy!
These are great even if you do not have to worry about dairy, gluten, and egg. They are very tasty alone, with nutalla and with savory fillings. They are easy to make.
I made the recipe exactly as is. The dough was a hard, dry lump. I had to double the amount of liquid to get something I could work with. They are cooking up now, but seem to be extremely rubbery and smell horrible. :(
These are inedible. I cooked them till they were golden brown on the outside, but they were gummy on the inside. Who knew crepes had an inside? I'm finished with recipes like this that are just a waste of food and time. I'm not an inexperienced cook, so this failure was not my fault. What are you people eating if you think this is good?
These were quite good! I had to add quite a bit extra of water, and they still came out more as thin pancakes than crepes, but the taste and texture was excellent! Will surely make again, thanks for sharing!