Egg Nog Pancakes

Egg Nog Pancakes!

That’s right, you read correctly. Egg Nog Pancakes have landed at the table. Now, I must warn you, these are delicious, and the texture is just right. I also found that they taste great without any syrup. The syrup in all honesty made it taste a bit funny….

So, here are the instructions, and yummy pictures. To be honest, editing these pictures was very difficult. I sorta wanted to eat the screen. I call these “wannabe” egg nog pancakes as there is no actual egg nog involved, however, when you don’t have the luxury of drinking egg nog, you’ll take what you can get.

Here’s what you’ll need:
1 1/4 cup All Purpose Flour
4 TBSP Organic white sugar
4 twists of salt (from salt grinder)
2 Tablespoons Organic spectrum shortening
1/2 teaspoon Baking soda
2 teaspoons dry egg substitute (or 1 egg)
3/4 cup Milk, milk substitute, or water
1 teaspoon Organic vanilla sugar (I have a homemade one)
1/2 teaspoon Organic cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon Organic nutmeg

Mix all of the dry ingredients together in your Kitchenaid (or by hand if you’d prefer). Be sure to scrape the edges down and mix again to ensure things are well mixed. Add in the shortening, and the milk/water/substitute.

Either on a flat griddle, or skillet on the stove, heat with medium heat. I personally didn’t use any non stick spray, and it worked out well. Using a 1/3 cup scooper, I poured the mix onto the heated surface. After bubbles have formed, flip over the pancake, and when it’s done, enjoy!!

Makes 6 pancakes.

I have to say, I was sooooo delighted to have the first pancake. What was even more surprising was that K and the kids all liked them too. For something made of almost nothing, it tasted great.

GF Flour in the Kitchenaid

First the Flour

 

GF Flour and Sugar in the Kitchenaid

Adding the sugar

 

Organic Seasoning

Vanilla Sugar, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg

 

Dry Ingredients in Kitchenaid

All of the dry ingredients are about to have a party

 

Ingredients in Kitchenaid

Add the shortening, and mix

 

Combined Ingredients in Kitchenaid

After the rice milk and a good mixing

 

Pancake

It’s starting to bubble

 

Broken Pancake

Oh No!! I flipped it too soon.

 

Corn Free Gluten Free Dairy Free Egg Free Egg Nog Pancake

Yay!! It worked this time.

 

Egg Nog Pancakes

The finished product.

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