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Recipe Created By: Meg
1 cup rice flour
1 Tbsp baking powder
1 large spoonful rice syrup
1 1/2 to 2 cups liquid (water, apple juice, etc)
oil (rice, coconut, or other safe for allergen set)
Stir together dry ingredients. Stir in rice syrup. Stir in liquid to make batter.
Fry in puddles of oil (I use coconut) for pancakes, or spoon into VERY well greased waffle iron for waffles.
This is a great rice only TED recipe.
Use safe baking powder or mix your own from the substitutions section.
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