Sunday, July 31, 2011

Glutenfree Pancakes

It is official: Erik reacts to gluten, even if he tests negative for celiac disease. After his last doctor's visit on Thursday he is supposed to eat glutenfree.


Luckily nowadays there are lots of glutenfree items available, and it shouldn't be too hard for him to make the adjustment. It sure is easier than when we did the full elimination diet, because then there were so many other things we couldn't have either.


Today I used the King Arthur glutenfree pancake mix which is excellent. My kids liked them even when I substituted the eggs, the butter AND the milk. This time I didn't have to do that and they were really good.


After we move I'll figure out my own glutenfree mix, but for now the King Arthur mix works perfectly.

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1 comment:

Wendy said...

So glad you found this! My current favorite gluten free mix is one I make myself from a combination of sorghum and teff flours plus one of the starches- arrowroot, potato or tapioca. SOmetimes I'll add in corn flour as well. Teff is super healthy, plus gives whatever you are making a dark whole wheat color.