How to Make Gluten Free Pancakes

By: Bob's Red Mill | November 29 2019

Love pancakes but can't eat gluten? You’re in luck! Knowing how to make gluten free pancakes is simple. Not only will it revolutionize the way you eat and enjoy breakfast, but it will put an extra bit of wholesome oomph in your step.

Bring your maple syrup and let’s dive into all things gluten free and in pancake form!

How to Make Gluten Free Pancakes

When we’re talking about the best gluten free pancake recipe, the answer is easy! Bob’s Favorite Gluten Free Pancakes Recipe is delicious and so easy to throw together. You can whip up a batch of these pancakes on a weekday or a slow Sunday morning for a wholesome breakfast. Pair them with a sunny side up egg and a mug of hot coffee. These perfect pancakes are made with our Gluten Free All Purpose Baking Flour, a versatile gluten free flour blend, without xanthan gum or guar gum. It’s great for bread and all kinds of gluten free baked goods, pancakes included! Mix this baking flour with ingredients like vanilla extract, honey, oil and egg whites, and you’ll have puffy, lightly browned and beautiful flapjacks! Serve them with maple syrup or your favorite fruit toppings. Once you try Bob’s gluten free pancake recipe, you’ll quickly see why it’s a customer and staff favorite!

Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Pancake Mix 

Our Gluten Free Pancake Mix makes light and fluffy flapjacks that raise the standard of how good gluten free foods can be! It’s made with a unique and delicious blend of gluten free ingredients, including whole grain stone-ground sorghum flour and brown rice flour. All you have to do is add milk (whatever kind you’d like), butter or oil and eggs. Whisk, cook, flip and enjoy! To make your gluten free pancakes extra tasting, try adding fresh berries, chocolate chips or a dash of cinnamon. Whatever gluten free pancake recipe you choose, we’re certain you’ll love using this organic pancake mix as a base.

Easy Gluten Free Pancake Recipes

From buckwheat pancakes to a stack of eggnog flapjacks, here are some of our favorite gluten free pancake mix recipes. Though they differ in ingredients, they all share one thing in common. They’re gluten free! Whether you’re following a strict gluten free diet or not, these recipes are perfect for kids and adults alike.

Paleo Sweet Potato Pancakes 

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These Paleo Sweet Potato Pancakes are perfect for any season, but we especially love them on a chilly fall morning. To make your sweet potato puree, simply wrap two medium sweet potatoes with aluminum foil. Bake at 400°F for 45-60 minutes, or until a fork can be easily inserted into the potatoes. Let them cool completely, peel the skin, then mash the potatoes with a fork until smooth. The extra step of the sweet potato puree is what makes these pancakes a deliciously hearty, homemade treat. The addition of spices like cinnamon, ginger and cloves bring out the autumn-inspired flavor and of course, the toppings are the final touch! Decorate your pancakes with maple syrup, chopped pecans, hemp hearts, coconut whipped cream, toasted unsweetened coconut or pomegranate seeds. However you choose to put your own spin on this gluten free pancake recipe, we’re certain you’ll love it. 

Coconut Flour Pancakes

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These Coconut Flour Pancakes prove that pancakes can be wholesome, hearty and chock full of nutrition. This delightful pancake alternative is adapted from a recipe by Bruce Fife, N.D. It's and gluten free, low sugar, low carb and organic. The best part is, all you need to create these fluffy pancakes is oil, milk, sugar, sea salt, baking powder and our Organic Coconut Flour. We create our Organic Coconut Flour with the highest quality desiccated coconut. It’s one of our most popular gluten free flours, and it’s the perfect flour for crafting big batches of pancakes. After you’ve made your pancake batter, ladle it onto your skillet and cook until bubbles form. Top with anything your pancake-loving heart desires, from homemade berry syrup to a spread of your favorite nut butter. For gluten free pancake mix recipes that are both delicious and nutritious, this one takes the cake (the pancake, that is). 

Gluten Free Pumpkin Pancakes 

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Folks tend to think that the fall season is the only time to indulge in pumpkin baked goods. Although autumn does lend to festive pumpkin fare, we like to think these Gluten Free Pumpkin Pancakes taste good any time of year! This recipe calls for our Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour and incorporates the sweet-smelling spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin pie spice and ginger. This gluten free pancake recipe comes courtesy of Dani Krum from Dani Marie and it’s a wonderful one, indeed. Whether you’re whipping up a batch for a slow morning at home, or to take on-the-go, these sweet little cakes pack a nutritional punch. To take these pancakes to the next level, try topping them with a homemade pumpkin whipped cream and an extra sprinkle of your favorite spice (we suggest pumpkin pie spice for the ultimate pumpkin trifecta). Wrap up in your coziest sweater and bring on the flavors of fall with these delectable gluten free pancakes. 

Eggnog Pancakes

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As eggnog tends to go, if you’re an eggnog lover, you really love eggnog. If you’ve yet to integrate this beloved holiday drink into a gluten free pancake recipe, prepare to marvel! These Eggnog Pancakes come to Bob’s Red Mill courtesy of Like Mother, Like Daughter and utilize our Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour. You can use regular or dairy free eggnog to create this fluffy and rich morning treat. Feel free to top your pancakes with whatever you’d like, though we love the simplicity of just pure maple syrup and butter. To make the batter extra decadent, throw in a couple handful of white chocolate chips. The only question is, would that make this breakfast a dessert? Either way, pair it with a cup of eggnog, sit back, relax and enjoy the season. 

Whether you’re serving eggnog pancakes during the Christmas season or a stack of pumpkin pancakes in the fall, we hope these gluten free pancake recipe ideas have inspired you to get mixing, flipping and flapjack-eating!

Have any favorite gluten free pancake mix recipes you’d like to share with our community? Feel free to share them with us in the comments below. We’d love to hear how you incorporate a gluten free lifestyle into your pancake-creating.

From all of us at Bob’s Red Mill, thank you for reading and joining us on our journey in all things pancakes. 

Wishing you a delicious day ahead! May it be sweet as syrup.

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