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Gluten Free Scotch Pancakes or Drop Scones

Doves Farm recipe

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Sometimes known by more than one name these traditional small pancakes are a tea time delight. Serve them warm on their own or spread with home made jam.

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Ingredients

200 gSelf Raising Flour Free From Gluten
2 Eggs (or 2tbsp chickpea flour + 4tbsp water)
300 mlMilk (or Vegan Milk)
1 Oil
1 Jam

Method

1. Put the flour into a jug, then beat in the eggs (if using swops add the chickpea flour + water) and milk.

2. Put a little oil into a frying pan, roll it around to cover the surface and heat until almost smoking. 

3. Pour batter into the pan to make 8cm/3” circles and cook on medium heat.

4. When bubbles appear on the surface and the base is golden turn the pancake over and cook the other side.

5. Repeat until the batter is used. Serve warm or cold with jam.

Makes 6

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Dietary status:
Without Gluten, Without Nuts, Without Soya, Without Wheat.

Please note: Dietary status is a guideline only. If you have a food allergy, please check the suitability of your ingredients.

Customer reviews

15 Reviews
5 stars: 13
4 stars: 1
3 stars: 1
2 stars: 0
1 stars: 0

Average Customer Rating:

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By Ms Fiona McGregor

27 Aug 2016 | 14:57 UTC

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Can anyone tell me how far in advance I can make these pancakes, if I want to serve them as a canapé at a drinks do?

By Mrs Gillian BENTLEY

04 Mar 2016 | 13:48 UTC

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I really want to make these but Step 1 says mix flour and baking powder - how much baking powder please? None is listed in the ingredients list.

Hi Gillian - Thanks for pointing this out! This recipe does not need any added baking powder as there already raising agents within the flour blend. The recipe has now been amended. Many thanks, Doves Farm

By Mrs julia stevens

03 Mar 2016 | 18:25 UTC

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Love this recipe, I swap dairy milk for coconut milk and it works out great.

By Mrs Sian Groves

09 Nov 2015 | 19:48 UTC

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Lovely! Made savoury versions with 75g of cheddar and 30g of parmesan (approx measures!). I also added black pepper, salt and half teaspoon of mustard powder and omitted the sugar of course. Yummy with butter, my husband didn't realise that they were gluten free!!

By Mrs Samantha Armstrong

07 Aug 2015 | 08:56 UTC

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Fab pancakes, however, little less milk required, added vanilla and 1 tablespoon of sugar instead of two.

By Miss Lynne McKay

17 Feb 2015 | 22:17 UTC

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Will add a little more sugar and less milk the next time but they were lovely....mmmm. I use spray oil as trying to watch the calories

By Mrs Linda Bailey

19 Jan 2015 | 12:27 UTC

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Perfect, easy & quick. The best drop scone recipe I have found & they are delicious

By Miss Catherine Greig

21 Jul 2014 | 15:51 UTC

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Just found out gluten intolerant so this is my try of any recipe. This was easy and absolutely delicious

By Miss Jade Shaw

10 Mar 2014 | 19:13 UTC

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Within minutes of finding this recipe I had made them and ate them! Delicious! Easy to make and will definitely be making them again. Definitely what I needed to cure that sweet tooth.

By Miss Kristin Lissel

29 Sep 2013 | 20:25 UTC

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These were lovely, couldn't tell they were gluten free. I added sultanas to my batch as well, turned out really nice =)