A really easy and tasty pancake recipe using just chestnut flour - perfect for the wheat intolerant
The plain ones taste great with vegemite, cream cheese, liver pate, jam, lemon curd. They melt in the mouth warm but are also great for mini sandwiches in a lunch box.
The fruity spicy ones taste delicious on their own or with butter and jam and are perfect for handy snacks.
Not being a true nut these were allowed at my daughter's school where there is a nut ban.
My three young children (who are wheat intolerant) are always asking for these as they find them so delicious and I often make the batter into shapes for fun.
Here I made little teddies, using raisins for the eyes and nose, which I added quickly as soon as I had glooped the mixture into the pan.
Added by: E11ie
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