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Joey's Pumpkin Pancakes
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# of Servings: 5
Recipe Created By: Momma2Joey
3/4 cup milk substitute
2 tsp apple cider vinegar or lemon juice
1/3 cup oat flour
2/3 cup rice flour
3 Tbsp brown sugar
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 tsp xanthan gum
1/2 cup pumpkin
2 Tbsp vegetable oil
Combine milk sub and vinegar or lemon juice. Let stand for at least 5 minutes while combining the rest of the ingredients (this will make buttermilk substitute).
Combine dry ingredients in a medium bowl and mix until well blended. Add the pumpkin, oil and prepared buttermilk substitute. Mix well with a whisk and let stand for 8-10 minutes to allow the baking powder/soda to begin leavening the mixture.
While the mixture stands, heat a griddle to 275 °F.
The batter will be quite thick. Grease griddle if needed. Add batter to hot griddle and cook for approximately 7-8 minutes on each side. Pancakes will be puffed up and cakey. Enjoy with safe margarine and maple syrup.
It is important to cook these pancakes at a low heat so they have a chance to cook all the way through.
You can make your own oat flour by grinding safe uncooked oatmeal in a coffee grinder or blender until it is the right consistency.
To make a double batch, double the recipe except for:
Vinegar = 1 Tbsp
Baking powder = 3 tsp
Baking soda = 3/4 tsp
I made these with DariFree milk- but rice, soy or cow's milk should work just fine too.
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