Don’t miss out on Pancake Day because of coeliac disease – just follow one of our delicious gluten free pancake recipes and check which toppings are gluten free!
Start things off simple and try this basic gluten free pancake recipe. They're quick and simple to make, and they taste just like pancakes should.
100g Juvela Gluten Free White Mix
2 medium eggs, lightly beaten
1 pinch of salt
1. Place the Mix and salt in a bowl, beat in the eggs and gradually add the milk, beating well to produce a smooth batter.
2. Heat the oil in a large pan, pour off the excess, and pour in sufficient batter to evenly coat the base of the pan.
3. Cook for a couple of minutes until golden, then flip pancake, and cook the other side.
4. Serve with fillings of your choice.
Now you’ve got your basic pancake recipe down, try mixing things up with these other recipes and delicious topping ideas!
Pure, unprocessed maple syrup is naturally gluten free and perfect for drizzling over pancakes. Maple flavoured syrups may contain gluten, so check the label on the bottle.
All of Lyle’s products are gluten free, so whether you opt for an old-school tin or a squeezy bottle of golden syrup, it’s safe for people with coeliac disease.
Rest easy because this addictive chocolate spread is gluten free! According to Nutella, their factories are also free from cross contamination risks.
Try spreading it over your pancake and topping it with sliced banana for an indulgent treat.
A stack of thick, American pancakes calls for chocolate chips! While it is common for plain chocolate chips to be gluten free, always check the label as some chocolates can contain gluten.
Nestle carnation caramel is gluten free! Drizzle it over your pancakes for a decadent Pancake Day treat.