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#1 of 12 Old 07-07-2009, 05:13 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I have not trialed other types of milk right now he is still getting breastmilk so we're ok for now. I don't want to introduce rice milk or anything either. The only milk he HAS safely consumed is coconut milk, would this work in place of milk?
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my firend has a recipe that makes pancakes with orange juice - something like this one =

2 cups Flour
1 tsp Salt
2 tsps Baking Soda
1/4 cup Sugar
2 Eggs
1 3/4 cups Orange Juice
1/4 cup Butter, melted

Mix dry ingredients. Beat eggs, then add orange juice & butter. Mix well. Add to dry ingredients. Spoon onto hot greased griddle. When bubbles form on surface, flip. Cook until browned on both sides. Serve with Orange Syrup (recipe below).

Orange Syrup

1/2 cup Butter, melted
3 tbsps Cornstarch
2/3 cup Sugar
1 oz Orange Zest
1 pt Orange Juice


Melt the butter with the cornstarch for 1 minute. Cool. Heat juice and add. Stir until thickened. Add sugar. Bring to boil. Simmer 5 min. Add maple syrup to taste.


they are really good...
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Yes, you can use light coconut milk in place of reg. milk in recipes. If you use regular, than you can add a bit extra and eliminate the oil/butter. It will taste AMAZING with coconut milk!

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Look up Sue Gregg's Blender batter recipe..It is healthy and can easily be made dairy free---my family LOVES the waffles it makes (especially brown rice and millet combo)

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I am pretty sure you can make any ol' recipe and just use water instead of milk.

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I am pretty sure you can make any ol' recipe and just use water instead of milk.
Yep, I regularly make pancakes with just flour, water & baking powder & they turn out fine, if you can use eggs or coconut milk that would probably make them even better, but milk definitely not necessary!
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Here's a recipe for coconut flour pancakes from: http://www.kokonutpacific.com.au/Oil...ndexFrames.htm

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Coconut Flour Pancakes

Ingredients

2 Eggs
1 teaspoon sugar
2 tablespoons niulife virgin coconut oil or butter, melted
2 tablespoons coconut milk or whole milk
1/8 teaspoon baking Powder
1/8 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sifted niulife coconut flour
Method

Mix together eggs, oil, coconut milk, sugar and salt.
Combine coconut flour and baking powder and thoroughly mix into batter.
Heat 1 tablespoon of Niulife coconut oil in a fry pan.
Spoon batter onto hot pan making pancakes about 7- 8cm in diameter. Batter will be thick but will flatten out when cooking. Makes approx 8 pancakes
I just use the coconut oil and flour I can find at my local grocery store. I love cooking w/ coconut flour as it is so high in fiber and grainless...I also want to second the Sue Gregg blender batter method--it's totally awesome and TF!!

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Here is my recipe - I make several times a week ! No eggs, no dairy necessary.

http://www.recipezaar.com/Easy-Eggle...ancakes-340363

2 cups whole wheat flour
1 tbsp Rumford
1/4 tsp salt
cinnamon to taste (I use 2 tsp)
1/2 cup oil
2 cups plus about 2 tbsp milk, milk substitute, or even just water

I mix it up with 2 cups liquid first and then add just enough additional liquid to get the texture I want.

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Here's a recipe for coconut flour pancakes from: http://www.kokonutpacific.com.au/Oil...ndexFrames.htm



I just use the coconut oil and flour I can find at my local grocery store. I love cooking w/ coconut flour as it is so high in fiber and grainless...I also want to second the Sue Gregg blender batter method--it's totally awesome and TF!!

HTH!
I use this one, too! It's great. I spread 100% fruit preserves on top and mmmmmm!

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I use coconut milk in mine.


Also you could always make a big "baby batch" with breastmilk and freeze them if you wanted.

I have never tried coconut flour! That sounds interesting, I will be sure to pick some up next time I am at the store.

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I've used water when I didn't have or didn't want a milk sub with no ill results.
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Seltzer water, for extra fluffyness.
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