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Mom’s Day Pancakes


Mother’s Day is coming up quick. I’m pretty stoked because my cute little family plans a yummy breakfast in bed celebration for me. Flowers, fruit, muffins, omelet, potatoes, and pancakes.

Ahhh, pancakes.

Quoting Zoe from Nurse Betty (from Showtime), “Pancakes make me want to dance!”

Then she goes into the “running  man.”  Just love that.

If pancakes make you happy like me, then have your family make you these beauties for Sunday:




1 3/4 cup of brown rice flour

1/4 cup almond flour (meal)

1/4 cup buckwheat flour

1/4 cup tapioca flour (starch)

1/4 tsp. of xanthan gum

1/4 tsp. of sea salt



1 cup coconut (or almond milk; I used almond)

1 cup filtered water

Egg replacer for 2 eggs (I used Ener-G or you can use 2 eggs)

3 Tbsp. of coconut oil

1 tsp. of almond extract


 Let’s start:

  • Whisk together the dry ingredients in a large bowl.
  • Add in the wet ingredients.  Beat until the batter is smooth, not lumpy or too thick.
  • Put the griddle on medium heat.
  • Pour a scoop of pancake batter (I used a ladle) on to the griddle. Repeat until you fit as many scoops on the griddle.
  • After about 1-2 minutes (look for tiny bubbles in the batter), flip the pancakes with your spatula.  Cook about one more minute or until firm.
  • Add maple syrup, fruit, or honey for a nice topping.

Serves 4.

Note:  I didn’t have agave or honey, but I suggest adding 1 Tbsp. to the wet ingredients if you want more sweetness. These were pretty sweet as it is, but go for it if you want to.

If you’re a mama, I wish you a beautiful Mother’s Day!

What are you plans for the special day?

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4 Responses to Mom’s Day Pancakes


I don’t have any flours except almond and coconut… can coconut be subbed for any of the others (do you know?) 🙂 just trying to figure out how many more flours I need to buy…

    Lisa Consiglio Ryan

    I don’t think you will be able to sub for them, hmmmm. I would say use it instead of the almond, but you have both. It’s always good to have as many flours in your pantry…you can always use these for tons of recipes. 🙂 Good question, Heid! Happy Mother’s Day!

Kathleen shoop

These look fantastic!

    Lisa Consiglio Ryan

    They REALLY are so good! So good, Kathie! Have a wonderful Mother’s Day!

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