I went to Haverhill, Massachusetts as part of our two month road trip. Of course, we brought some Bubbies Pickles–we don’t travel without them. I realize that is a little quirky, but my daughter loves pickles and Bubbies are naturally fermented and cured and made without vinegar, which I like because vinegar can feed yeast […]

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This is a recipe that serves 1-2 people. I like it because it has a whole egg in it, so if your kids eat a bunch of pancakes they are getting more egg than the typical pancakes. Even non gluten-free friends like these pancakes. I made them with Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips for Charlie, Gigi […]

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  • airMohan - WOW…….. thats sounds simple…

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  • beanpip - I love your blog! Having just started a GFCF diet for our son (and the whole family in support of him) it’s great to read about your family. We just had your pancakes for a late breakfast, and I’m off to buy chicken breasts now to make your Shake n Bake for dinner tonight! Thanks for sharing these with us! The McCrindles, from ScotlandReplyCancel

  • TummyMummy - I just tried to make these. The batter was way too thick. What am I doing wrong. I had to spread the pancake on the pan??

  • Anonymous - SO easy..my first time making gluten free pancakes. I used regular milk instead and they still turned out!ReplyCancel

  • mountain mama - so glad i just found your blog..it's right up our alley! we just moved a hour from town and i find myself cooking from scratch more and more. we are a gluten, free natural family as well!

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  • Jennifer - I make a baked pancake that is just wonderful, but is not gluten free. Not sure how it would fluff up with gluten free flour, however, I have used raw goat's milk instead of raw cow's milk and once it is baked you don't taste any difference or goaty aftertaste. Amazing! Heat over to 400 degrees and place pie plate w/1-2TBS butter in it. Heat until bubbly and melted; cover entire pan with butter. Add the following mixed ingredients to the pan and bake about 10-12 minutes. Be sure to only mix the ingredients and it is fine if it is lumpy as it should be. 2 eggs; 1/2 cup flour; 1/2 cup milk. Enjoy!!ReplyCancel

A new friend asked me if her three year old’s never formed stool were the result of his apple juice consumption…“Toddler Diarrhoea: more a nutritional disorder than a disease,” an article in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood, has some very good information for parents about how fruit juice and low fat diets sometimes […]

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