Eggnog Pancakes (gluten free)

One thing I love this time of year is that I can buy eggnog. I love drinking eggnog and I love recipes made with eggnog. So this year I was really excited to try out some eggnog pancakes.  Recipe courtesy of Like Mother, Like Daughter.

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Servings 10servings
Prep Time 4minutes
Cook Time 4 minutes
Submitted By Aimee Berrett from Like Mother Like Daughter
One thing I love this time of year is that I can buy eggnog. I love drinking eggnog and I love recipes made with eggnog. So this year I was really excited to try out some eggnog pancakes.
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Votes: 15
Rating: 3.07
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Servings 10servings
Prep Time 4minutes
Cook Time 4 minutes
Submitted By Aimee Berrett from Like Mother Like Daughter
One thing I love this time of year is that I can buy eggnog. I love drinking eggnog and I love recipes made with eggnog. So this year I was really excited to try out some eggnog pancakes.
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Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Preheat your griddle to medium high heat.
  2. Combine your eggnog, milk, eggs and melted butter in a medium sized bowl. Set aside.
  3. In a large bowl combine your sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, baking powder, baking soda.
  4. Sift your flour into the large mixing bowl with your dry ingredients.
  5. Add your wet ingredients into your dry ingredients and stir together till just mixed.
  6. Spray your griddle with non stick spray.
  7. Pour pancake batter onto the skillet in about ¼ cupfuls.
  8. Cook pancakes until they bubble a little and you can see the bottoms are cooked.
  9. Flip with a spatula and cook for another 1-2 minutes until both sides are golden.
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3 thoughts on “Eggnog Pancakes (gluten free)

  1. Emily

    Ridiculously yummy keeper GF recipe. Used Pumpkin Spice Almond Nog for eggnog, unsweetened coconut milk for milk, canola oil for melted butter, maple syrup for sugar. I combined dry ingredients first, then wet ingredients. Tried wisking flour rather than sifting, some small lumps showed in batter but dissolved once cooked. Made approx. 5 pancakes, 5-6 inches wide. That’s 2 breakfasts for me. And they look just like a non-GF pancake (unlike buckwheat recipe I was using).

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    1. recipe specialist

      Hi Stephanie,
      Our Gluten Free 1-to-1 Flour is meant to replace wheat flour in your favorite recipes and can be used in any recipe that uses baking powder or baking soda for a leavener. If you have a pancake mix recipe that calls for wheat flour, you can substitute this blend cup for cup.

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