Hands up who loves pancakes? Trust me they don’t get much better than these, made using self-raising Free From Fairy Flour, which is rice free as well as gluten free. Take a look at the Free From Fairy blog to learn more. The lady behind the blog, Vicki, is a friend of mine. She created this fabulous flour blend so her coeliac daughter could eat plenty of nutrient dense home cooked food. Check out her blog, and be truly inspired by her gorgeous recipes.
Free From Fairy Flour is available in plain and self-raising, and contains three ancient grains (sorghum, buckwheat and teff). Although we mostly eat paleo here, we do occasionally have healthy resistant starches. Grains like this are much easier to digest than gluten containing grains, especially for those with allergies.
Kids in the kitchen
My children absolutely love cooking, and really enjoy being given the autonomy to do everything themselves. Pancakes made with free from fairy flour are super easy to make. As you can see in the video below, the girls had an absolute blast making our breakfast.
What you’ll need to make 10-12 pancakes
- 1 cup of self-raising free from fairy flour
- 1 cup of milk
- 3 eggs
- 1/4 tsp vanilla powder (or one tsp of vanilla extract)
- crack your eggs into a large bowl and give them a whisk
- add the rest of your ingredients, and mix well with your whisk
- heat your pan until it’s med-hot, and grease with oil or melted butter
- cook as you would any other pancakes
- serve immediately