These gluten free apple pancakes are fluffy and perfect for a simple, light, and healthy breakfast! These are made with a handful of simple ingredients and are perfect for a healthy breakfast for when you’re craving something sweet. I love these on its own or topped with some maple syrup!
Why you’ll love this recipe
- These gluten free apple pancakes are super easy to make. It’s all done in one bowl and mixed by hand. Plus, it takes less than 15 minutes to make.
- You can make this recipe your own by topping the pancakes with whatever you like such as any nut butter, fruit, honey, or yogurt.
- These pancakes are gluten free, dairy free, refined sugar free, and nut free.
- They make for a complete breakfast meal! They are satisfying and filling, perfect to feel energized right after breakfast.
Ingredients you’ll need
- Gluten free flour – can sub for all purpose flour for a non gluten free version.
- Baking powder – for the pancakes to rise and make them fluffy.
- Salt – this will help balance the flavors and enhance them.
- Cinnamon – for taste.
- Nutmeg – optional, but highly recommend for taste.
- Egg – to bring the dough together.
- Vanilla extract – for taste.
- Apple sauce – unsweetened apple sauce or apple puree works perfectly. This is to give this pancakes softness and an apple taste.
- Milk – to make these gluten free apple pancakes dairy free, use any non-dairy milk.
- Maple syrup – my personal choice to top these pancakes. Feel free to choose whatever toppings you’d like.
Top tips for gluten free apple pancakes
- Mix the batter until smooth – whisk until no lumps remain. Feel free to use a blender if that’s easier.
- Cook on medium or medium-low heat – cooking on low-medium heat will ensure your pancakes are cooked all the way through without risking burning them.
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