They’ve provided all kinds of gluten free grains, from oat flour to popcorn, for me to experiment with. This is one flour! I would love to hear from you. Thanks to a little known ancient grain, sorghum, this 100% whole grain gluten free pancake recipe tastes and looks like “regular” pancakes. Learn how your comment data is processed. How about almond milk instead of buttermilk? And I’m so appreciative you mentioned that it wasn’t a good idea to eat the unpopped kernels; so many sources I’ve read have said it was OK to eat them. When bubbles begin to break the surface, flip the pancake over to cook on the other side. Transfer to a baking sheet and keep warm in a 200° oven while making the rest of the pancakes. Cook each pancake until bubbles start to break the surface. As I outlined in my article with Gluten Free Bread that is Easy to Make, sorghum flour is an ancient grain originally from the dry African plains. The flavour is lovely! (use coconut milk from the carton for nut free). ), and they were fantastic. Whisk it into the centre of the dry mixture enough to break it up. Would the pancakes still be possible if I substitute coconut oil for butter? Pour the wet mix into the well of the dry mix and whisk until well combined. Thanks for a keeper recipe! Your email address will not be published. Hope you like it! The sorghum flour pancakes turned out well in both the sweet and savoury recipe versions. If you have not yet heard of super nutritious and whole grain sorghum flour… Almond milk… well, it’s drastically different from buttermilk in consistency, flavor, and fat content. This time, I’m using Bob’s Red Mill Sorghum Flour. When I first learned that I had to go gluten free, I panicked. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. ), Your email address will not be published. Gluten-free pancakes never tasted better. Note: the pan may start to get too hot as it continues to heat. (Still used almond milk and two small scoops of stevia). Whisk together the dry mix ingredients in a large mixing bowl and make a well in the center. I didn’t even need syrup. Add batter to the pan approximately 1/4 cup at a time. Barbara Kliment, Executive Director-Nebraska Grain Sorghum Board. Add the egg to the flour mixture. Cook each pancake on one side until the bubbles that appear in the batter burst and stay open, then flip to cook on the other side until the pancake puffs up in the middle. Required fields are marked *. Nothing fancy, nothing intimidating; if you can make traditional pancakes, you’ll feel right at home with this recipe. Although many gluten free recipes are complex (due to the necessity of additional, less common ingredients that compensate for not using wheat flour), this gluten free sorghum pancakes recipe is as simple as it gets. Made with sorghum flour, real buttermilk, real vanilla, and butter, they're as good as any traditional pancake—I think they're even better, and they're totally gluten free! So I tried these delicious pancakes again this morning. Its mild and slightly sweet flavor makes it perfect for pancakes, muffins, and sorghum cornbread. They're great with maple syrup, too, but they don't really need it. 1 3/4 cups sorghum flour1/4 cup cornstarch3 tsp baking powder2 tsp sugar1/2 tsp salt1/2 cup powdered buttermilk3 Tbls butter, melted2 eggs1 1/2 cups water. I am excited about these pancakes! The Sorghum Checkoff is not responsible for the quality, accuracy or nature of the third-party link. } We made them tonight. (I’m really proud of this shortbread.). Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Rather than omit the sugar, I’d probably swap in another granulated sweetener that’s more acceptable for your needs (like coconut sugar or something along those lines). Sorghum pancakes are perfect with breakfast sausage or bacon and eggs. Duration. The batter should be easily pourable; if it is too thick, add 1/4 cup of water and whisk it into the batter thoroughly. Scoop some batter into the hot skillet, spreading it out to flatten it. I can’t wait to tey these! _.each(e.categories, function(f,j,k){ So glad you liked the pancakes. I’m so glad they enjoyed the pancakes! Pancake recipes are usually pretty flexible, in that you can make a lot of substitutions and you’ll still get something that looks like a pancake.