I make these pancakes on a regular basis. Not only are they great the day they are made, they stay soft for at least 2-3 days kept in the fridge. The recipe started out in “The Kid Friendly ADHD & Austism Cookbook” and I modified it to suit us.

Honey Vanilla Pancakes

Makes 8-10 pancakes

1 egg
1 cup milk substitute (vanilla almond is excellent)
1 Tbsp honey
1 tsp vanilla
1 1/3 cup GF flour blend (add more if batter is too thin)
1/4 tsp xanthan gum (optional, recommended if you expect to use reheated or as a sandwich bread)
1 tsp salt
1 Tbsp baking powder

Mix liquid ingredients together. Add dry and blend until smooth. At this point, you can also add frozen or fresh fruit, smashed bananas are great. Sometimes we even get decadent and add chocolate chips. Cook in a hot, greased frying pan about 1/4 cup per pancake.

A couple of notes:
I’ve tried tons of GF flour blends & have not noticed a real difference in any of them here.

These make amazing “bread” for a sandwich. I would use a plain milk sub and omit vanilla if you are planning to use a savory or protein filling. Mostly we use it for PB & J, so the original recipe is fine.

My non-GF family members eat these as fast as the GF ones!