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Gluten-Free, Protein Rich Pancakes

Inspired by Kimberly of vogelJoy, the kids and I tried her pancake recipe.  Only a fellow busy mom would think to bake her pancakes in a baking dish.  Really, now…why hadn’t I thought of that before?  So practical and yummy to boot!  You can find the recipe in the first episode of the vogleJoy show.

The next time I made them, I went messing around with the recipe and came up with a runny concoction that was so thin it would take forever to bake in the oven.  I sighed since I’d ruined everything, and proceeded to cook the pancakes one at a time in the skillet – old style.  And you know what?  They were super yummy!  As in, I made them again on purpose.  Even though I had to stand there and flip.every.one.  (I think you’ll like these, Mom.)

Here’s my you-have-to-stand-at-the-stove-and-flip-every-one spin off recipe:

7 eggs
1 cup yogurt
1/4-1/3 cup butter
1-2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp salt
2 bananas
1 t soda
1 cup rice flour

Put all ingredients in the blender and blend well.  Then cook in a buttered skillet.
Not having maple syrup, we topped ours with fresh raspberries & yogurt.


  1. Oh, we miss y’all so much! I wish you were on FB, so that I could check in with you more regularly! I say that because I recently FB’d Betsy Sunder after hearing of the earthquake/tremors in Chile and was hoping for an immediate response that y’all were okay. 🙂
    I LOVE checking in with you on your blog and reading about your wonderful adventures. Eric & I had supper with Garth & Joyce this evening; it was nice to catch up with them. How I wish we could meet y’all for supper one evening to catch up with y’all!
    Take care and happy Easter! Stephy & Co.

    • Milkmaid

      April 16, 2014 at 6:51 am

      Great to hear from you, Stephy! Wish we could easily see you too. Let me know if you’re in the Santiago area. 🙂

      We’ve made it fine through the earthquakes. The big one a couple of weeks ago was so far north that we didn’t feel anything, but we’ve felt lots of little tremors since being here. Chile has more earthquakes than any other country!

      You may remember that Chile had one of the largest quakes ever recorded in 2010, so hopefully it will be a long while before there’s another really big one here. It’s assuring that the building we currently live in made it just fine through that big one.

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