Tell your kids they are having leftover turkey for breakfast tomorrow…and then surprise them with these yummy pancake turkeys. Use apples for the feathers; sausage for the little sticks they sit on; one fruit rollup makes the wattle; and a few chocolate chips for eyes.
Pancakes??!!! Seriously??!! Who doesn’t love pancakes….
Miss Missy LOVES pancakes. I mean the girl used to be able to put down 4-5 medium-sized Hungry Jack buttermilk pancakes..
However, due to some allergy issues and some extreme cases of eczema, we have taken Miss Missy off of all dairy and wheat. Add to that her already diagnosed allergy to egg and peanuts, and this little girl is not very happy. So…I NEEDED to find this sweet stuff some pancakes that she could enjoy. I mean…look at this face??!! How could I not??!!!
****Well…I should add that I would NEVER give my daughter food that I haven’t tried myself. In fact, I tried a coconut flour pancake and it went right into the trash. So…these got BOTH of our approvals!!!*****
This recipe is definitely a keeper. It tastes more like a delicious cinnamon, oatmeal cookie than a pancake. I would definitely add a little bit of water to thin it out.
Although…topped with some maple syrup….Miss Missy was loving it!!!
Dairy-free, egg-free oat pancakes
- 3/4 c. oat flour
- 2 tsp vanilla
- 1/2 c almond milk
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1/4 cup. applesauce (this acts as the egg substitute) *this recipe will make about 5-6 small pancakes. They also freeze very nicely.
Melt a little coconut oil in a pan on medium high heat. Watch carefully, as they brown up pretty quickly. Flip after 2-3 minutes and they are ready.
Serve with a little maple syrup.
I hope you enjoy them as much as Little Miss Missy!