A round-up of nineteen flipping fantastic gluten-free pancake recipes
With Pancake Day getting nearer, get prepared with this list of our best gluten-free pancake recipes on the site! If you’re still in need of inspiration, take a look at our past guide with 50 recipes included!
From sweet to savoury, to crepe to fluffy – there are plenty of recipes here to get you started…
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An American classic, these fluffy gluten and sugar-free blueberry and yoghurt American-style gluten-free pancakes make the perfect brunch.
These pancakes are fluffy light and packed full of zingy flavour and superfood goodness with the Chilean Blueberries. To make them even healthier, they are made with spelt flour, which is easier to digest than wheat flour and are sweetened with a touch of lower GI agave syrup.
Crêpes are a quick and tasty treat that can be enjoyed all year round, so why wait until Pancake Day? Delicious sprinkled with sugar and a good squeeze of lemon juice. If you’re feeling adventurous you could also top them with cheese and ham for a savoury treat.
Treat yourself with some delicious pancakes, with a red velvet twist! Not only are they super yummy, but red velvet pancakes are also the ultimate Instagram breakfast!
This pancake, is so light and delicate, yet does not fall apart when flipped as with most of my previous attempts. My best is that it can be loaded with gorgeous fillings without tearing, that makes it pass the test in my eyes.
A light and delicious pancake made purely of eggs. No wheat or flour is necessary to make these tasty crêpes!
Sometimes you just can’t beat a great big stack of pancakes, especially with lashings of maple syrup and fresh fruit. And there’s no need to miss out on this breakfast treat with this easy gluten and dairy-free pancake recipe!
A quick and simple recipe for gluten-free pancakes! Whip up these delicious strawberry banana oat pancakes for a fruity twist on a classic.
Despite its name, buckwheat is not a member of the wheat family and is gluten free. It is a good source of dietary fibre, complex carbohydrates and a range of polyphenols all of which can have a beneficial effect on the gut microflora. Spinach is a rich source of polyphenols and dietary fibre, and also adds a range of essential micronutrients to the dish. This recipe is low in FODMAPs and is gluten free.