How to make healthy breakfast pancakes with no eggs
June 14, 2017
Egg and grain free dietary requirements makes breakfast time tricky, especially if you are transitioning to this as a dietary requirement. A SIBO diagnosis and and an egg intolerance means the options for a baked breakfast are very limited. This recipe is healthy and easy to make. I have been making it on the mornings I have an exercise class as it provides me with an additional energy boost. The batter can be made the night before if you wish if your mornings are chaotic, or you are not a good morning starter.
Our Autumn harvest of pumpkins are the source of inspiration for this recipe. Using a whole pumpkin once it is cut can be a challenge for a small family if the pumpkin is only being served on the side each night. I pre-bake cubes when I first cut into a new pumpkin so I have it on hand for this recipe and to use in my lunch.
I use Millet flour in this recipe as it is one of the few flours I can digest without issue. It has a very low ferment value. You could substitute it for an alternative flour of your choice. Note: If substituting to another flour type you may need to alter the amount of milk used.
This is my allergen friendly breakfast pancake recipe – I have been known to eat them for lunch too as they are so good. Pumpkin, bacon, rocket and maple syrup are among my all time favourite flavour combinations.
Allergy friendly breakfast pancakes. With only four ingredients they are egg and grain free. SIBO friendly breakfast food.
Mix the ingredient together in a bowl to the consistency of a thick batter
Heat a pan to medium hot on the stove and add a scoop of cooking oil of choice, I like to use coconut
Pour or scoop the mixture into the heated pan into 3 small disks. Cook until the top begins to bubble and set then flip to cook on the other side
Serve with your choice of topping if desired, or a side of bacon and salad greens
Do you have a breakfast recipe you enjoy that is egg, dairy and grain free? I am always on the look out for new ideas for a tasty, filling and healthy recipe.
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