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    I developed this recipe because my husband and I decided to try a wheat free/ low to gluten free diet for a while. Unfortunately, two weeks into it I began to crave pancakes! I tried a gluten free pancake/ baking mix and it was okay, but I had trouble with the texture and the leftovers turned into sawdust hockey pucks. I decided to attempt to fix the texture and figure out new additions to change the flavor without making the recipe too complicated or the addition of too many different ingredients. Here is the end result; the texture is about right and the leftovers freeze or keep well in the fridge to be reheated in the toaster throughout the week. They can be eaten out-of-hand for a grab-and-go breakfast and they pack well for road and camping trips. They also make a nice Sunday morning breakfast with maple syrup, Canadian Bacon, fresh fruit, and cup of coffee. Note: I found gluten free rolled oats at Trader Joe's.

    Recipe #498978

    I just made this up and it came out pretty good so I wanted to put it up before I forgot it! If you want a vegetarian dish, just leave out the chicken. Also, decrease or increase the red pepper flakes to your preferred heat level. Don't worry about the amount of oil, not all of it necessarily goes into the dish. Makes a great one dish meal and can be served with pasta or crusty bread and a salad. Great Fall dish. Happy Eating!

    Recipe #387408

    I created this because I got a request for sandwich with no lettuce and no mayonnaise and that didn't mind being smashed a bit. This sandwich is good meatless and/ or grilled. Add more or subtract the red pepper flakes based on your heat preference.

    Recipe #248926

    I needed to make something "different" for breakfast one day, rooted around in my pantry and cupboards, and tossed in what I found. I make them often and they get my guests out of bed! These are great with preserves, honey, an orange juice/ apricot sauce I made, or real maple syrup. Happy pancake munching!

    Recipe #248646

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