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A great way to use up extra cottage cheese.
Mix up some bulgur wheat pancakes with a zesty sweet syrup for a hearty breakfast or a brunch treat!
Also known as an oven pancake or a puffed pancake, this Dutch Baby is the fermented, gluten-free version of a one-pan breakfast. For those mornings when you need something warm, filling, and fermented, this egg-rich pancake is a nice change from Gluten-Free Sourdough Pancakes.
With just a couple of extra ingredients, your morning pancakes will be transformed!
This is a great lunch or supper recipe for utilizing excess gluten-free sourdough starter. It is unique enough to bring fun to the table and healthy enough to eat every day.
Many pancake recipes contain buttermilk, kefir, or yogurt, which creates a lovely flavor, but, more importantly, gives the baking soda an acidic medium to react with and create the leavening necessary. In this recipe, yogurt is used for just such a purpose.
This delicious gluten-free blueberry pancake recipe, using cottage cheese, is so flavorful you won't even need syrup.
By soaking the flour the night before, this recipe lets you get a healthy head start on your morning routine. Baked into two large pancakes instead of fried, these pancakes lend a new twist to a breakfast classic.
Pancakes are always a treat, and these give you a hearty start to the day.
Adding peanut butter to the batter of your morning pancakes will give it just enough flare to keep your family loving those sourdough surprises.
Steering clear of eggs? No problem! Check out our easy recipe for making delicious egg-free sourdough pancakes.