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Rainy day for pancakes

For a long awaited Saturday, it sure was off to a muggy start. The rain is in the forecast, but that didn’t matter. We had tickets to a very late Alabama-Ole miss game and a whole day to get some things done around the house.

Things like making gluten-free pancakes for me. Spelt pancakes for him.

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I am not going to attempt making my own GF pancake mix. I gladly bought one and made the mix according to directions. Then added my favorites.

1 Teaspoon of maple extract. It’s what gives them that hint of pancake house on a cold day feel to them.

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Extra spelt flour for him. And then he stirred and mixed while I took off my HAZMAT suit and washed my hands for the 5th time.

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This is almost too thin for me. I like a thicker batter but it must have some spread-ability to it. Adding the blueberries will make it more dense.

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I have found the frozen Target Archer Farms wild Maine blueberries work the best for this. They are smaller, but pack a great flavor and zing!

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Let them cook almost completely over medium low heat. When the shiny is gone, the bottoms should be cooked and browned enough to turn easily.

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Add some butter and real maple syrup.

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And try not to complain about how eating GF is SUCH A sacrifice. Because nobody will believe you with your face stuffed with these. 🙂

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