One of my favorite morning meals is pancakes. I don’t eat them as often as I’d like, but when I do I want them on my plate fast.
In the past, I’ve made pancakes from scratch. Being gluten free, this invariably involved finding and mixing a bunch of gluten-free flours and other ingredients. By the time I got everything together, I was ready to just have a bowl of cereal.
So I was very pleased to discover Pamela’s Pancake & Baking Mix. It’s quick and easy to make a batch of these gluten-free pancakes. All the recipe requires is the addition of an egg, some water, and a tablespoon of oil.
These pancakes have a soft and fluffy interior and a slight pleasantly nutty flavor. There was a delicate crisp on the outside of each, and they browned up beautifully.
I shared these with some people who do eat gluten, and they all agreed the pancakes had good consistency and were tasty. One of these individuals is very hard-to-please when it comes to trying anything gluten free, so I knew I’d found a mix everyone could enjoy.
Made from almond meal, brown and white rice flours, cultured buttermilk, and other gluten-free ingredients, a serving of two 4-inch pancakes contains 8 grams of whole grains. This product is Certified Gluten-Free and Kosher Dairy Certified OU-D. I really appreciate how there’s no added sugar in the mix.
Pamela’s has been in business since 1988. Their commitment to creating high-quality products for gluten-free consumers shows, and as they say, everything they make is crafted with love.
A 24-ounce bag of Pamela’s Pancake & Baking Mix retails on their website for $9.09. A 4-pound bag costs $18.99.