As of about five seconds ago, when I was chatting to my friend Lisa from @feeding_elli ‘Pancake Boards’ are my new favourite thing in the entire universe. When I fall for something (food mostly) I fall HARD. This little beauty is completely Gluten Free, but you know – do what ever. I never know what snack to make when the kids have GF friends over. Lisa has nailed it. Check out her little local page some time, dedicated to feeding a coeliac child.

Whats on the board:

YES it is all gluten free! You can switch it up if you don’t have that need – but we think this looks pretty awesome regardless.


Caramel topping (Cottee’s)

Sprinkles (Dollar Sweets)

Marshmallows (Pascall)



Ice Cream (Peters)

GF Pancake Stack

Gluten Free Buttermilk Pancake Recipe

1cup gf sr flour

1/4 cup gf plain flour

1 tbsp caster sugar

1 cup buttermilk (or milk or *milk with a dash of white vinegar left to sit for five)

2 eggs

Smidge of butter for cooking

we call this ‘smother and eat’

Does any one REALLY need a method for pancakes…..ah well, here goes:

1. Heat pan over medium heat. Melt butter to grease. 2. Reduce heat to low and pour approx 2 tbsp of batter into pan. 3. Cook until bubbles appear and surface appears to dry out a little. 4. Flip pancakes over; cook until lightly browned. 5. Transfer to board, top with your selection of goodies. 6. Smother in treats and eat with face hole.

*legit according to my 94 year old neighbour Betty, milk with a dash of white vinegar turns into buttermilk if you leave it sit for five minutes or so. Who am I to question it, 94 year olds surely know their shit so I am taking it as gospel.

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