Happy Friday everyone! Are you all ready for Shrove Tuesday, or ‘Pancake Day’ as my children refer to it? Well, if you are still looking for that perfect gluten-free pancake recipe, you have definitely reached the right destination as I have been looking for the very best gluten-free pancake recipes for you!
Making pancakes that were safe for my little girl was my first ‘free from’ success in the kitchen and I remember how much all my children loved this ‘first win.’ I am not exaggerating when I say this was one of the best moments of my life. After going downhill for months and not knowing what to feed my child, I could make her pancakes. That was huge! Her ‘special’ crêpes contained no eggs, wheat nuts or dairy as she was allergic to all of those, and they still looked and tasted amazing.
Allergies: 0 – Mel: 1.
Here is the recipe if you are after ‘free from’ paper-thin French pancakes.
I have categorised the recipes into 6 categories, but be aware that a lot of them fit into quite a few categories, so check all categories; I am pretty sure you will find your dream gluten-free pancake recipe in here!
Gluten-Free Paleo Pancakes
These pancakes by Reneé at ‘Mummy Tries’ are right up my street. Roasted sweet potatoes, cashew nut butter, eggs, a couple more ingredients and bam, you have some gorgeous paleo pancakes. Fancy that?
Nova, from ‘Cherished by Me,’ shares her scrummy Gluten-free Coconut Pancakes, which are free from dairy and paleo friendly.
Photo Credit: ‘Cherished by Me’
These gluten and dairy-free Almond Flour Pancakes by Julia at ‘The Roasted Root’ look absolutely dreamy and are suitable if you are following a paleo diet.
Jo at ‘Paleo Crust’ shares her Grain and Dairy-Free Pancakes with Almond and Banana that are suitable for those following Paleo, Keto, Gaps, Whole30, I quit sugar and SCD.
Photo Credit: ‘Paleo Crust’
Vicki’s Butternut Squash Grain-free Pancakes are suitable for the GAPS, SCD and paleo diets.
Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy Pancakes
A few weeks ago, Vicki at ‘The Free From Fairy’ dreamt up a fab recipe for Pancakes in a Jar. Whether you’re after thin, French-like crêpes, or thick, fluffy American pancakes, you will find the perfect dairy and gluten-free pancake recipe in her blog post. It’s such an easy method you can get your children to make the batter for you.
Photo Credit: The Free From Fairy
These Gluten Free Buttermilk Pancakes by Nicole at ‘Gluten Free on a Shoestring’ are light, fluffy and can be made ahead. What’s not to love?
Laura at ‘Dairy Free Kids’ shares her classic Lemon Sugar Pancake Recipe. Simply substitute the flour with the Free From Fairy’s plain flour blend and flip those pancakes!
Check these little beauties by ‘Sandhya’s Kitchen!’ They are quick and easy to make, gluten-free and egg-free.
Gluten-Free Vegan Pancakes
Nath at ‘The Intolerant Gourmand’ shares her 4-ingredient Gluten-free Vegan Pancake Recipe, then serves the thin beauties with with chocolate sauce and strawberries. Yes please!
Photo Credit: The Intolerant Gourmand
Secret family recipes, anyone? Emma at ‘Free From Farmhouse’ treats us to her family’s favourite fluffy American Pancake Recipe. These babies are vegan and gluten-free too!
Rebecca at ‘Glutarama’ recently created this dairy-free, gluten-free, egg-free Apple & Cinnamon Pancake Recipe that is bursting with flavours and fluffiness.
My Quick & Easy Gluten-free Vegan Pancakes are a firm Saturday morning favourite in our house!
Gluten-Free Vegan Banana Pancakes
These Fluffy American Pancakes, or Banana Pancakes, are are full of flavours and easy to make. They are also vegan, gluten-free and free from refined sugar.
These Fluffy American Pancakes from The Vegan 8 also appeared on my Pinterest feed and they look filling, full of flavours and wholesome ingredients like sweet potatoes.
Kirsty at ‘Hijacked by Twins’ shares her Low Carb Gluten-free Pancake Recipe, which is also suitable if you are on a low FODMAP diet.
These Oat, Almond and Banana Pancakes by Eb at ‘Easy Peasy Foodie’ look absolutely delicious, moreish and not only are they gluten-free, they are vegan too!
Photo Credit: ‘Easy Peasy Foodie’
I also spotted the Fluffiest Vegan Pancakes by Aimee at ‘Wallflower Kitchen’ on Pinterest, but I would use the Free From Fairy’s plain flour instead of Doves.
Creative Gluten-Free Pancake Recipes
Sandhya, the exceptionally talented food photographer and blogger behind ‘Sandhya’s Kitchen’ came up with these Gluten Free Oat & Amaranth Flour Pancakes.
Photo Credit: Sandhya’s Kitchen
Kate at ‘Gluten Free Alchemist’ never ceases to amaze me with her creative recipes, impressive cooking skills and knowledge around nutrition. Let me tell you something: her Beetroot Buttermilk Pancakes do not disappoint. They are gluten-free; sugar-free and can easily be made dairy-free too!
Now check how cute these Gingerbread Pancakes are!
Photo Credit: The Free From Fairy
Gluten-Free Savoury Pancakes
Here is my very simple recipe for Gluten-Free Galettes.
3-Ingredient Savoury Pancakes: do galettes come in any easier to put together? I jazzed them up with my favourite fillings: goat’s cheese, honey and walnuts. Oh. My. Goodness!
Pear, Roquefort & Walnuts are also a match made in heaven when it comes to galettes.
If you are after something a little bit different, you have to check these vibrant Green Pancakes Stuffed with Mushrooms and Kale by Natasha at ‘Honestly Healthy Food.’
If you need inspiration for pancake toppings, check my Top 50 Pancake Fillings here.
What is your favourite pancake filling?
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