Ingredients: Organic brown rice flour, organic tapioca flour, organic kaniwa flour, organic pink salt, Xanthan gum, Baking soda, baking powder
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g: a few months ago
This product when used as directed will "pancake" just fine. However, in terms of fpavour profile we are talking flat as they come. It doesn't taste bad, it just doesn't resonate any savory qualities whatsoever. I would describe the flavour as 'papery', like frying paper towel. I fried the mix in butter, and added 100% maple syrup in my plate. Even this didn't make it appetizing. I added a pinch of salt on top, which allowed to go down more pleasantly. But let's be honest even paper towel fried in butter then topped with maple and kosher salt could be alright. I am really surprised thst a team of food product designers deemed this a finished product.
Ariel: a few months ago
After seeing it online and finding it in store in Montreal, I gave these a try. I've been using Bob's Red Mill ones for a while cause I love how they become really fluffy once you flip them.
However, I find these GoGo Quinoa pancakes to be even better. They're more filling and don't even require butter or oil in the mix. All I needed was a little more than a cup of pancake mix, one cup of water (yes, water! Didn't have plant milk) and one egg. That's it.
At first, the mix looked watery but when I poured it in my pan, it cooked well, didn't over cook or anything. It wasn't as fluffy as I'd expect it to be but it still delivered a decent taste et texture.
While cooking the first side of the pancake, I added Nature's Path Love Crunch granola (dark chocolate macaroon) on top and it just made the pancakes even better with chunks of dark chocolate and coconut chips.
Bonus: add cinnamon and vanilla protein powder to the mix so it's even more flavourful with extra protein.
Linda: a few months ago
First try of product was making pancakes for 8 non-GF people becsuse I am GF. Liked the ingredients so it saved me mixing flours. I made the liquid up to required amount with mashed banana and milk, added cinnamon and 1 tblsp of melted butter. Threw in some blueberries.They were delicious and fluffy. Everyone raved about them and said they couldn't tell the difference from reg pancakes. A winner!
Beth: more than a year ago
I make these with vanilla almond milk and a vegan egg replacer, and they turn out just fine and hold together very well. I add mixed berries and eat them with jam, or add chopped up bananas and eat them with pure peanut butter, and with a bit of syrup they're delicious. They're a bit dense and have some texture to them, but I like them that way.