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    Egg free pancake anybody?

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    Hi, Does anybody have an egg free primal pancake recipe! Eggs don't seem to sit with me right at the moment :-(

    All the posts about pancakes make me want one!

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    What's primal to you? Do you accept rice flour? I have made pancakes with a blend of 4:1 white rice flour and sweet rice flour, baking powder, water, and plenty of melted butter.

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    I'm trying to be quite strict! I have got some almond flour and coconut flour! But they've not been used as of yet :-(

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    I understand that a mix of coconut flour and tapioca flour is useful, but I've never tried it, so I couldn't even guess what it to create a recipe with the flavor and texture we expect in pancakes.

    Both almond flour and coconut flour are often used with eggs, because they have no "stickiness".

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    Topica flour? Never heard of that! No your right, just wished eggs sat with me ok. Hopefully once I've worked out the triggers for my IBS, I can introduce them in the future in some way:-). Maybe i'll have to find an egg free primal bread recipe instead :-)

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    A common egg substitute is 1 tbsp ground chia + 3 tbsp water stirred together but I can't say how it performs in specific recipes. Seeds give me more gut weirdness than eggs.
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    Glad to know I'm not the only one with odd food intolerances. The other day I had tomatoes and peppers uncooked. Stomach pain was unbearable :-( . Can I ask what are chia seeds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brophski View Post
    Can I ask what are chia seeds?
    Tiny flower seed that's very absorbent--when ground up used as a thickener in yogurt etc. Fancy food stores will probably carry the Nutiva brand. Nuts dot com sells white chia flour too.
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    Ground flax can also be used to replace eggs, at least in baking. To substitute one egg, mix a tbsp ground flax with 3 tbsp water and mix well. No idea how well this would work for pancakes, though.
    I'd be interested to find out if you do come across an egg-free recipe...I'm off eggs at the moment, and sometimes Sunday breakfast just calls for pancakes

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    I pinned this pretty cool recipe - it says it's "bread" but you could totally make it pancake style! And there are NO EGGS!
    pumpkin plantain bread | Get In My Mouth Recipes

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