Saturday, March 31, 2018

Passover Breakfast Pancakes ( Grain Free)


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Passover pancakes are extremely easy to make and a delight to eat! In addition, they are gluten free. Making these simple breakfast pancakes is a fun activity for kids and a parent or grandparent because they is so fast and easy,  yet delicious.

I make two types of Gluten Free Passover Pancakes

1. Low Carb Passover Pancake - This is a zero carb recipe that is made with eggs and cream cheese. They are light and creamy and taste delicious topped with a few berries.

2. Passover Banana Pancakes-  This recipe is made with bananas and eggs. We make these grain free pancakes through out the year and they are especially a favorite of the grand kids!

There is no need to buy a Passover packaged pancake mix when these recipes call for only 2 or 3 real food ingredients. The batter is whipped up in the blender and it makes a light fluffy pancake. If you prefer a little heavier pancake add a teaspoon of potato starch to the mix.

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Low Carb Passover Pancakes ( grain free) 

Ingredients: 
2 eggs
2 ounces of cream cheese ( about 1/4 of an 8 ounce cream cheese bar )
1 tsp. of vanilla or almond gluten free extract if desired ( will add some flavor)
Olive oil spray
optional: will add carbs- 1 teaspoon of potato starch to make pancake thicker

Directions:
Place all ingredients into the blender and blend well.
Pour batter into circles  onto a hot greased griddle or well greased skillet.
Cook for a minute on each side
Serve plain or with a topping!

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Banana Passover Pancakes (grain free )

Ingredients: 
1 large yellow banana ( no, you can't use a small banana or an overly ripe a banana)
2 large eggs  ( no, you can't use egg whites or not even a combination of egg and egg white)
Olive oil or coconut oil spray
optional: 1 tsp of potato starch to make pancake heavier

Directions
Break up banana and put into a blender. Add eggs. Blend until smooth. Add optional potato starch if desired for a slightly heavier pancake.
Spray a large skillet, pour batter into the pan over a low heat. Allow to firm up on one side ( takes about 1 minute) and then flip for about 30 seconds or until dry. Makes 6 pancakes..

Both  of these Passover Pancake recipes are great choices! Why not try them both!

Linking to Beth Fish Reads Weekend Cooking where anyone can share a food related post. 

19 comments:

  1. Love them! I haven't tried the combo of egg and cream cheese yet. Will light cream cheese work?

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    1. Angie,
      I am not sure about the light cream cheese. You could it both ways and see if you are ok with the light version

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  2. Looks like a great breakfast!

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    1. Yes,
      The breakfast is a wonderful low carb treat-

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  3. I've sent the link to your passover recipes to one of my brother's. This holiday can be a nightmare for those who need to be GF.

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    1. I hope your brother likes the recipes-

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  4. Great recipe suggestions! The cream cheese option looks especially interesting. :)

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    1. Jama,
      Both varieties are good however, both taste different. They are so easy that I hope you will give them a try

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  5. They both sound so good, I'm looking forward to trying them, Passover or not.

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    1. Claudia,
      They are great recipes for anyone who is gluten free any time of the year or for anyone who wants to cut back on the carbs

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  6. Interesting about the egg whites. Thanks for sharing the recipe - it looks delicious!

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    1. There are so few ingredients that you just cant omit or substitute

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  7. these sound quite interesting. I have never had a grain free pancake.

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    1. They are much lighter and not so heavy on the digestion

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  8. My partner and I stumbled over here from a different website and thought I may as well check things out.

    I like what I see so i am just following you. Look forward to exploring your
    web page again.

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    1. Glad to have you onboard- hope you will enjoy my vegetarian- vegan- and gluten free recipes as well as my Wordless Wednesday Outings

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  9. I know that folks will appreciate these options, Judee!

    Shirley

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  10. Sounds pretty good! It's hard when you are gluten free to find tasty things like this. Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party!

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  11. These both sound delicious! Thank you for sharing at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty

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