Best Gluten Free Pancake Mix

March 3, 2013 — 10 Comments
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Like most keepers finding a really good tasting gluten free pancake mix doesn’t come easy.  You could easily spend upwards of $50 on gf pancake mixes before you find a winner.

Lucky for you today I’m going to share with you not only my favorite, but honest to goodness the best gluten free pancake mix, short of mixing your own flours, but seriously who has time for that? I don’t!

Best Gluten Free Pancake Mix

Best Gluten Free Pancake Mix



  1. Mix all ingredients
  2. Pour 1/4 cup of the batter on to medium hot griddle
  3. Flip once you see bubbles begin to form, about 2.5-3 minutes

Best Gluten Free Pancake Mix

Syrup Anyone?

I guess you’d imagine the syrup being elegantly poured over the blueberries and pancakes is something I got at a farmers market or maybe its the butter flavored syrup thats always on sale at the grocery store.  Nope, it’s what Michelle calls Coconut Caramel Sauce and it’s outstanding poured over pancakes, waffles, muffins, and cakes.

Coconut Carmel Sauce

To make this contagious concoction simply bring butter (or coconut oil) and honey to a boil.  Boil on medium high until it reaches a nice caramel color.  Remove from the heat.  Pour in the coconut milk.  Whisk until smooth.  Naturally the syrup will be a little runny but you can give it a bit more viscosity by simmering it on med heat until it reduces a little and gets thicker.

*1/2 butter (or cup coconut oil if preferred)

*1/2 cup honey

*1 cup coconut milk

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  • Mary Corwin

    I LOVE Pamela’s Pancake & Baking mix. It makes the best muffins, choc. chip cookies and pancakes. I use it to pan fry fish and to flour meat. I use it in any recipe that calls for flour. I make the most delicious cornbread by using the recipe on Quakers Yellow Corn Mea substituting it for flour. I even used it in place of flour in sugar cookies and frosted them. It’s an absolutely fabulous mix!

  • Jen Phythian

    This has been my favorite since I found it a couple years ago! I was so happy to taste normal tasting pancakes after trying so many horrible mixes before iu found it as well

  • Gaye

    Pamula has been my “go to” pancake mix every since hitting my local Health Food store shelf. One can purchase Pamula’s mix just about everywhere now, and if traveling, there are smaller single serving packets that can be given to your hostess when she is making up breakfast or I use when we are in our Timeshare. Our fave is Banana Pecan pancakes (just add smushed banana and 1/4 c of chopped pecans – lower amount of water called for) and they are MMM GOOD!!!

  • Angela

    Pamela’s is our favorite!! Our 4 yr old daughter has celiac & we all eat it on pancake days;)

  • Kelly Poyner

    Love Pamela’s. I don’t always have it. I found a recipe years ago when I was working out a lot. 1/2 Cup Gluten Free Oats ( I run them through the blender), 4 egg whites, 1/2 C. cottage cheese. Mix well. Heat a non-stick skillet, pour batter, flip when bubbles appear. They are not light and fluffy, but rather hearty. Adding vanilla and cinnamon make it even yummier. I have a chocolate and banana version as well.

  • Betsy

    @Mary: I also use Pamela’s in place of flour in any recipe :)

  • Kathy

    LOVE anything Pamela’s. I use this mix to make waffles in my Belgium waffle maker. I add a teaspoon if Gf vanilla to it and sometimes pumpkin spice mix, amazing!!

  • Kathy

    P.s. target now carries Pamela’s, about $2.00 less than others stores.

  • julie moses

    I love Pamelas as well. We also use as flour and gravy thickener. I can make a batch a once cool, layer between wax paper then put in gallon gag. They microwave very well like that.

  • Dan & Brenda Matheson

    My flour mix:: 2 1/4 cups brown rice flour, 1/4 cup potato starch flour, 2/3 cup tapioca starch flour,, 3/4 cup sweet rice flour, 1/3 cup cornstarch, 2 tsp guar gum or xanthan gum, this can be used to bake anything but bread.

    My pancake mix: 2 cups flour, 5tsp baking powder, 3 tbsp sugar, 1 tsp salt. 1/3 cup oil, 2 cups milk, 2 beaten eggs. Add wet to dry and combined