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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 1:22 pm 
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help - does anyone have a dairy free pancake recipe?


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 2:11 pm 
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Just substitute soy milk for milk in a regular pancake recipe. We use soy in our pancakes and they are delicious.

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11 year old daughter -- lives with life-threatening allergies to milk, eggs and peanuts; seasonal allergies (birch, maple, ragweed); pet allergies; asthma; and eczema
9 year old son - no allergies


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 2:28 pm 
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Location: saskatchewan, canada
1 1/2 cups flour (I use whole wheat but regular works well too)
2 1/2 tbsp sugar
3 tsp baking powder
2/3 cup soymilk (regular or vanilla)
3/4 cup water
2 1/2tbsp water, 2 1/2 tbsp veg oil, 1 1/2 tsp baking powder, mix together as egg replacement

Cook on non-stick surface

I usually make a double batch and freeze the extras in a ziploc bag and microwave a few for a quick lunch or breakfast.

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DD age 9 1/2 -peanuts, nuts,
DD age 7 1/2 - milk, eggs, chicken, peanuts, treenuts, cats, dogs,
DS age 2 1/2
Husband- asthma, eggs, treenuts, fish, shellfish environmental
Self - penicillan, eurithromiacin, mild laytex allergy.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 10:07 pm 
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We also sub with rice milk and it's fine. In a pinch you could just use water.

I will try to post another pancake recipe soon that we really like. Just don't have time right now.

K.

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- DS1 (12 yrs): allergic to cashews, pistachios, Brazil nuts, potatoes, some legumes, some fish, pumpkin seeds; OAS
- DS2 (1o yrs): ana. to dairy, eggs, peanuts; asthma


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 10:47 pm 
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I'm fairly certain that Bisquick is dairy free. You could call the company and fine out. Then just use rice milk or soy milk as a substitiute.

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2 year old son: allergic to milk--waiting to introduce other allergens

self: allergic to milk, eggs, soy and other legumes, corn, oats, wheat, turkey, tree nuts, yeast, fish


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2006 10:42 pm 
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We make Bisquick pancakes and waffles. The recipe is on the box. We substitute egg replacer for the eggs and soy milk for cow milk. They turn out great. We like thinner pancakes so I add a little extra soy milk. Make a double or triple batch and freeze them, then pop them in the microwave in the morning for a quick breakfast! :D

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7-yr-old daughter w/peanut, tree nut, egg, milk (not any more), horse, cat allergies; 6-yr-old daughter with mild peanut and cat allergies.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 03, 2006 8:30 am 
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Do you have any problems with the waffles sticking to the waffle maker? Do you have to do anything special to make sure they don't stick? That's been my problem in the past (before I threw out our waffle maker - LOL). (It was that or throw it through a window.... in frustration.)

And do you mind telling me what kind of waffle maker you have?

Thanks!

K.

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- DS1 (12 yrs): allergic to cashews, pistachios, Brazil nuts, potatoes, some legumes, some fish, pumpkin seeds; OAS
- DS2 (1o yrs): ana. to dairy, eggs, peanuts; asthma


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 04, 2006 11:09 pm 
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We have a Cuisinart Belgian waffle maker. I think I redeemed some Airmiles for it. Sometimes the stick a little, but not much. I have sprayed Pam on the waffle maker before I heated it up, but not all the time. I found that when I try to open the waffle maker and it's stuck, I push it closed really tight and then re-open it and the waffle seems to come off better. Good luck! :D

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7-yr-old daughter w/peanut, tree nut, egg, milk (not any more), horse, cat allergies; 6-yr-old daughter with mild peanut and cat allergies.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 05, 2006 1:36 pm 
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Thanks for the info about the waffle maker - I'm a big Cuisinart fan - and that's a good tip about getting them unstuck. :)

Here's a pancake recipe I use all the time. I like it because it's a bit healthier than the usual...

Whole-wheat wheatgerm pancakes

1.2 cups whole wheat flour (can be white flour or a combo too)
1/4 cup wheatgerm
1 Tbsp sugar
1 Tbsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt

1 egg beaten
-- or -- 1/2 cup water blended with 3 Tbsp flaxmeal
-- or -- 1 Tbsp oil + 1 Tbsp water + 1 tsp baking powder
2 Tbsp oil
1 3/4 cups rice milk (or soymilk or milk)

Start heating frypan on stove to 90 C / 380 F frypan (medium heat or a tad less works for me).

1. Combine flour, wheat germ, sugar, baking powder, and salt in large bowl.
2. Beat egg (or subs) slightly in medium bowl.
3. Mix in oil and rice milk (or subs).
4. Add to dry ingredients.
5. Stir.
6. Add more or less rice milk to have thicker or thinner pancakes. (I always had to add more milk.)
7. Drop batter by spoonful (or pour) onto lightly greased frypan. (Our frypans don't require greasing so I don't do that part.)
8. When bubbles appear and edges begin to dry, turn to brown other side.

We usually make more than necessary and either freeze or refridgerate them for later use. They heat up fine in a toaster oven.

K.

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- DS1 (12 yrs): allergic to cashews, pistachios, Brazil nuts, potatoes, some legumes, some fish, pumpkin seeds; OAS
- DS2 (1o yrs): ana. to dairy, eggs, peanuts; asthma


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 05, 2006 6:03 pm 
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Location: Vancouver Island
This is a variation of my Nana's cornmeal pancake recipe:

1 cup cornmeal
1.5 c boiling water

Mix in medium bowl and set aside


3/4 c milk of your choice (soy makes thicker pancakes than rice)
2 eggs of your choice slightly beaten
1 tsp oil
1 T blackstrap molasses

Mix in a small bowl


3/4 c flour (I like oat flour with buckwheat and millet for wheat free)
1 T baking powder
1/2tsp salt


1. Add wet ingredients to the cornmeal/water mixture
2. Stir in the dry
3. Cook in a non stick pan (esp with egg substitue)

These keep well in the freezer. I've made lots of variations of this recipe....trying to add things for protein. Cooked red lentils (1/4-1/2 cup) substituted for some of the cormeal is good. Hemp seeds are OK, but you need to increase the amount of molasses. I've make a gluten free version of these as well.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 05, 2006 6:29 pm 
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k-rae - for the flour, have you ever done just buckwheat? I'm looking for a way to get rid of some buckwheat flour that's been hanging around too long.

The recipe looks good - I will have to try it soon.

K.

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- DS1 (12 yrs): allergic to cashews, pistachios, Brazil nuts, potatoes, some legumes, some fish, pumpkin seeds; OAS
- DS2 (1o yrs): ana. to dairy, eggs, peanuts; asthma


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 05, 2006 6:55 pm 
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I have for fruit crisp (very yummy), but not for other things. I preferred the pure buckwheat in crisp over pure millet, which had a much stronger flavour. I think it would be worth a try. :)


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