And the weekend has arrived! After a fairly busy week, it is lovely to spend some time in the kitchen ... making something nice for a late breakfast.
These gluten free pancakes are easy to prepare - everyone in the family likes them - one batch dough makes 10 middle sized pancakes. Not having any berries to go with the pancakes, I used an apple with tahini and maple syrup, and it worked fine, making a fresh and tasty topping.
Gluten free pancakes
2 dl gluten free flour mix (I used Mic it! Universal by Schär)
0.5 teaspoon salt
4 dl / 1,7 cup milk of your choice
2 tablespoons melted butter or margarine
1. Put the flour mix and salt into a large bowl and stir them together.
2. Pout the milk, little by little, and whisk into a dough using a mixer.
3. Add the eggs into the dough, one by one, whisking them to the batter, and add the smelted butter or margarine.
4. Fry the pancakes on a frying pan in butter or oil.
6 teaspoons of tahini
2 teaspoons of maple syrup
Grate the well rinsed apples (I used organic apples so I didn't peel them).
Stir the tahini and maple syrup together, pour the blending on the grated apples and mix well - and serve on the top of the pancakes.
Wishing you a peaceful weekend,
Saturday's share Fest by The Sits Girls