Ingredients: Organic brown rice flour, organic tapioca flour, organic kaniwa flour, organic pink salt, Xanthan gum, Baking soda, baking powder
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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.
Christine H.: more than a year ago
Wanted to try the quinoa variety of mix. It tastes as one would expect with that flour. It has the 'rugged' texture. I had used a little extra milk as the mix seemed to absorb a lot of the fluid; as many of the gluten-free flours do.
So for my personal taste, this is an excellent product, but I think I prefer the flavour of a buttermilk pancake.
Amber: more than a year ago
Ive been on the search for a decent pancake mix that fits into my gluten free vegan diet. Have found others too salty or too gritty...these aren't too bad. I use applesauce as an egg substitute and a milk substitute to make then vegan.... Didn't have a problem with them falling apart like others have.