Gluten Free Pancakes Recipe FLUFFY YUMMY + How To Make Breakfast Recipes Gluten Free Habit

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Gluten free pancakes heaven! Fluffy Easy pancake recipe + delicious! Hope you like them too 🙂 SUBSCRIBE:

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There’s just something about a big breakfast with homemade pancakes. The flavor of these pancakes is great (not to mention the heavenly aroma that fills the house). This recipe is easy to make and honestly, almost impossible to ruin.
They are soft, fluffy, and flavorful…just the way pancakes should be. My favorite add-in is mini chocolate chips but, of course, the possibilities are endless. Enjoy!

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HOMEMADE PANCAKE RECIPE gluten free
(makes 12 medium-sized pancakes using a 1/3 cup measure OR 16 small-sized pancakes using a 1/4 cup measure)

INGREDIENTS:

4 Tbsp. butter, melted and cooled
1 1/2 cup milk
4 Tbsp. white vinegar
2 cup white rice flour
1/2 cup cornstarch
1/2 cup tapioca flour
3 Tbsp. granulated sugar
2 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. salt
2 egg

GETTING READY:
1. Set out griddle or pan (about 325 degrees griddle, or medium temp. pan)
2. Melt butter and set aside to cool

DIRECTIONS:
1. In a large mixing bowl, combine milk and vinegar. Set aside.
2. In a medium mixing bowl, stir or whisk together white rice flour, cornstarch, tapioca flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.
3. At this point, preheat your griddle to medium heat (or a little less than medium)
4. As soon as butter is cooled, whisk butter and egg into the milk/vinegar mix.
5. Add flour mixture into the milk mixture and whisk together.
6. Batter will be somewhat foamy…don’t worry this will help the pancakes to fluff up nicely
* At this point, I like to do one little tester pancake. If it is not as puffy as I prefer, I add a little more white rice flour (about 2 Tbsp. at a time), and whisk it in. Then I repeat test until happy 🙂
7. Pour batter onto griddle in desired amount.
8. Flip pancakes when the bottom is golden. They are done when center is cooked and bottom is golden.
9. Enjoy with gluten-free syrup!

*** TIP When you are measuring out flours, DO NOT SCOOP FROM THE BAG…this would compact it and add more flour than called for. Instead, always spoon the flour into your measuring cup and level off with flat side of knife.***

ENJOY! THANKS FOR WATCHING!


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  1. GlutenFreeHabit

    Hi Everyone! I have a new website! GlutenFreeHabit.com. It's a great place to see and print all of my recipes. I hope you'll take a minute to check it out! Thanks so much for watching, liking, and subscribing 🙂

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  2. Zara's Journey

    Omg thank you so much. Thank you for putting the recipe down below unlike others who make you go to another link to their website. I definitely liked and subscribed. God bless you and people like you.

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  3. Sherry W

    Can I make up a good amount n freeze them..will they still be ok to eat when ready ?

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  4. vanvic

    This is brutally perfect and DELICIOUS! Thank you for this recipe!! You make me do a real pancake again, after many failures.

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  5. Jason Lieberman

    3:57 your skills are noted

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  6. Cye Lannford

    Those look good enough to eat!!! Seriously, they look really yummy…. Gotta try those, with my homemade (HFCS free) syrup. ??

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  7. ramandeep mann

    If we don’t have tropica flour ??

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  8. Melissa Alexander

    I am a recent gluten free convert and have been reviewing many recipes to assist me, I have been noticing most recipes call for vinegar which is and ingredient not/hardly used in gluten diets, Is vinegar really necessary? why role does it play? can i avoid using it?

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  9. Abrar Zain

    Do we need to clabbered the milk ?

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  10. Victoria Tavarez

    My mom is gluten free so I’m surprising her with these pancakes because when she turned gluten free she. Couldn’t eat slot of things

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  11. Noor_alkhamiri

    I made them yesterday exactly the same recipe everything was perfect except that because the batter was so thick some pancakes were not cooked from inside even though they were perfect from the outside and I only use medium to low heat.

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  12. Shweta Priyadarshani

    Is tapioca flour necessary? What if I don't have it?

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  13. Christine Stanton

    Hi, are you able to advise what alternate flours would be for 2 cup white rice flour
    1/2 cup cornstarch. These flours do not agree with me. Thanks so much.

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  14. rina raffi

    what does vinegar have to do with pancake ?????????

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  15. Dunnia M

    You are the best, thanks so much for sharing this video. ??????????‍♀️

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  16. Ola Agha

    Very helpful
    we enjoied eating
    Thanks for the recipe?

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  17. Ldn H.

    Can I use gluten free flour for this recipe?

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  18. Maria Gil de Sagredo

    Nice, I don’t find corn starch?

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  19. Lucky Robin's Homestead

    Can I sub apple cider vinegar for the white vinegar? My daughter can't have white vinegar.

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  20. Debbie S

    Brown rice flour didn't help. I had to add almond flour to it. And I use almond milk and white distilled vinegar so maybe that didn't help. They came out fine and thin.

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  21. austin soliz

    Looks delicious…I dont have white rice flour.only brown rice

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  22. Marilyn Anderson Robertson

    Same info, if not can it be frozen the pancakes??

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  23. Marilyn Anderson Robertson

    Question please, can this be kept in the refridgerator in a seal free container? Also, Can you store it if not, as I am one person eating for one, lol, thank you.

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  24. Maria Borgvall

    In metric:
    60 g butter
    335 g milk
    4 tsp vinegar
    225 g rice flour
    60 g cornstarch
    58 g tapioca flour
    3 tbsp sugar
    2 tsp baking powder
    1 tsp baking soda
    1 tsp salt
    2 eggs

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  25. Tevita Rogers

    An update: I just made these this morning and am so glad I finally get to try it and used soy milk! Even my daughters wanted more! So fluffy and light and more delicious than normal wheat/gluten pancakes! Thanks again, will be trying the bread recipe this weekend!

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  26. Pia Hydrangea

    They sure look good. I love pancakes, morning, noon, or night.

    I'm trying to cut back on the gluten because of Lupus. I've tried them with Almond flour, but done like the grainy consistency.

    These look great, cant wait to try.

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  27. sleeping atthechemicalromance

    Can i do it without the vinegar?

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  28. Souad Travel

    The best pancake gluten free recipe i have ever made thank you so much

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  29. niousha pajouyan

    What are the quantities

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  30. jwnak 1313

    i don’t use corn products – can i substitute potato starch??

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  31. Stacey Rae Benner-Beattie

    Delicious!

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  32. Gina Pocan

    What about syrup?

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  33. Bill frank

    How many days will batter last in refrigerator.

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  34. Xitlali Morantes

    This helps because my brother is allergic to anything that has gluten

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  35. Novya Primayanti

    Can you tell me tha substitute for milk? I avoid using milk.

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  36. Sanna Kruger

    No xantham gum?

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  37. DGA2000

    Just starting my gluten free journey. Those look DELICIOUS. I subbed

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  38. Lourdes Mejia

    What is the purpose of vinegar in the recipe? Is there anything I can use to substitute?

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