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Banana Pancakes-Dairy Free, Corn Free, Gluten-Free and Honey Sweetened.

Appaloosa Banana Pancakes-Dairy Free, Corn Free, Gluten-Free and Honey Sweetened.
June 11, 2012 by Jean Layton

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The re-entry to normal life post BlogHer Food conference is a bit extreme.

When you have spent two wonderful days and nights in splendor like thisFairmont Olympic Grand Staircase

Coming home to my comfortable, casual and cluttered home is a bit of a shock.

At home there are not displays like this for breakfast
#BlogHerFood breakfast



Instead:

There are bananas that resemble the spotted coat of an Appaloosa horse, ready to be beaten into a batter for breakfast.
Apaloosa bananas
So enjoy these while I get back to my routine, and I get my cup of tea.

Gluten- Free Banana Pancakes from Gluten-Free Doctor
Gluten- Free Banana Pancakes
Appaloosa Banana Pancakes-Dairy Free, Corn Free, Gluten-Free and Honey Sweetened.


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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
20 mins

Don't throw away those speckled bananas, they are the sweetest. When I get a bunch like these, I pack up 3 in a container and pop them in the freezer to create these pancakes with ease.
Author: Dr. Jean Layton
Ingredients
3 eggs
2 appaloosa bananas
50 grams raw buckwheat flour- grind your own green groats in a coffee grinder for this flour or substitute ½ teaspoon xanthan gum
100 grams Gluten-Free Flour Mix-Whole Grain
100 grams Gluten-Free Flour Mix-White
30 grams honey
10 grams golden flax seeds - ground to powder
5 grams vanilla
10 grams baking powder
5 grams baking soda
50 grams light olive oil
150 grams unsweetened almond milk
Instructions
Preheat griddle till a drop of water sizzles and evaporates
Grease lightly with oil.
Beat together the eggs and bananas,
Add remaining ingredients and blend well.
Pour in puddles onto prepared griddle.
Turn when the bubbles rising inside the pancakes begin to pop.
Serve with maple syrup or creamed honey.

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