Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Sunflower Seed Pancakes ... Yum!

When my oldest son was little, he had many food allergies ... so I was always searching for (and concocting) new and tasty recipes.

In the process, I came up with the recipe for Sunflower Seed Pancakes (which we still eat and enjoy today). Thought folks might enjoy giving them a try ...

Ingredients:
1 and 3/4 cup raw sunflower seed flour ( I buy raw sunflower seeds and grind them myself via our coffee grinder)
3 eggs
2 tablespoons water
1/8 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon

Mix ingredients and prepare in skillet in the same fashion as more traditional pancakes.
Serve with real maple syrup ... yum!
Recipe makes 6 medium size pancakes

Note: These are heavy, hearty (almost "meaty") pancakes. If you like a lighter pancake, sift sunflower seed flour before adding other ingredients to it and/or add a bit of wheat flour to the mix (adding additional water accordingly).

2 comments:

SpiritualBeings said...

wud love to try this one, as my hubby is allergic to wheat and dairy.

Mom1 said...

SpirtualBeings ... let me know how your hubby likes the Sunflower Seed pancakes!

Somewhere I have a Carob Cake recipe that fits the bill of "no wheat or dairy". I used to bake it all the time for Birthdays, but unfortunately I can't put my hands on it any more. Would love to have a piece of that yummy right cake now!