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Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free Pancakes (Flapjacks)

Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free Pancakes (Flapjacks) created by Elanas Pantry

This is my version of the traditional flapjack for North America for people with diet restrictions. Don't be fooled though, this breakfast staple tastes great and will satisfy just about anyone.

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  • In a blender, combine eggs, agave, vanilla and water and blend on high until smooth.
  • Add almond flour, salt and baking soda and blend again to incorporate dry ingredients into batter.
  • Warm grapeseed oil in a large skillet over medium heat.
  • Pour pancake batter onto skillet.
  • Pancakes will form little bubbles, when bubbles open, flip pancakes over and cook other side.
  • Remove from heat to a plate.
  • Repeat process with remaining batter, adding more oil to skillet as needed.
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"This is my version of the traditional flapjack for North America for people with diet restrictions. Don't be fooled though, this breakfast staple tastes great and will satisfy just about anyone."
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  1. Chasing_Dreams
    This was better than my other recipe for almond flour pancakes. Batter was not as thick and had better flavor. Thanks!!!
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  2. Chief cook and bott
    I agree with WI Cheesehead. Something went wrong here. The batter wouldn't hold together very well. The ones I gingerly cooked enough to eat tasted good. I used the rest of the batter in the waffle iron and they came out all right though so I was able to save it.
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  3. WI Cheesehead
    The only thing I changed was using honey. They were easy to mix up and tasted pretty good. However, they were so fragile that they burned on the skillet (under 350°) almost instantly and were impossible to flip over. Very thin. I think they need some kind of structure. I've tried a couple other of Elena's recipes that turned out great. This one didn't work. Sorry.
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  4. Marianarox89
    These are delicious! I tried making them vegan but they were just too gross. It needs the eggs. Although I substituted the almond flour for wheat, it was still very good.
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  5. Marianarox89
    These are delicious! I tried making them vegan but they were just too gross. It needs the eggs. Although I substituted the almond flour for wheat, it was still very good.
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