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Breakfast/ Dairy Free/ Gluten Free/ Vegetarian

Clean Eating Gluten Free Pancakes

Clean Eating Gluten Free PancakesClean Eating Gluten Free PancakesClean Eating Gluten Free PancakesThe Kitchen Shed has been super wheat heavy this past month or so. Sometimes when I get an idea in my head it often branches out to other ideas that include the same ingredients and then I end up with 10 different wholewheat muffin recipes that need blogging!

I have purposely stepped away from the wholewheat flour (for now) to get more focused on creating gluten free recipes and it has been an absolute pleasure! So far this week we have enjoyed these deelicious pancakes, quinoa sushi, chicken and sweet potato curry and a super scrummy gluten free lasagna. I am looking forward to more new taste sensations as I explore the world beyond wheat. ๐Ÿ™‚

These pancakes are so delicious, they taste like banana bread and couldn’t be more simple to put together. Cooking them over a low heat is key and ensures you don’t end up with burnt pancakes, so be sure to take your time whilst cooking them. My son absolutely loved eating these for breakfast and I hope you do too.

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These pancakes are so delicious, they taste like banana bread and couldn't be more simple to put together. Cooking them over a low heat is key and ensures you don't end up with burnt pancakes, so be sure to take your time whilst cooking them.

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Instructions

  1. Mash the banana and add the almond butter and cinnamon.
  2. Once combine, add the whisked egg and stir until everything is well mixed.
  3. Heat a non stick frying pan over a low heat and add the coconut oil.
  4. Once the pan has warmed up pour in the pancake mixture, making 4 smallish pancakes.
  5. Keep the heat on low and after a minute or so when the mixture begins to have air holes on top, gently flip the pancakes over to cook on the second side. (They are a little fiddly, so take your time).
  6. Give the pancakes a good press down with your spatula to ensure they cook through.
  7. Once cooked, served with fresh berries and maple syrup or honey if desired.

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