No matter now long I blog, I don't think I'll ever stop playing around with pancakes. There's just something so delicious and comforting about them - there's no way I could just stop and "settle" for the recipes that I have already developed.
And I've developed quite a few... most recently, my Savory Green Pancakes which weren't supposed to be savory, but oh so deliciously turned out that way. Before that, my No-Flip Giant Pancake, because some mornings you want to be lazy and have pancakes, too. My first pancake recipe was the one for Meg's Fluffy Pancakes - and I even included a scaled-down version for making just enough pancakes for a single serving! Of course, once I realized that nuts aren't my friends, I had to create a nut-free pancake, thus Fluffy Coconut Pancakes were born.
After all that, I present to you my latest pancake recipe - this time using cassava flour, my new found love for everything baked or breaded!
These pancakes somehow manage to remain crispy on the outside and incredibly fluffy on the inside - even when cooled down a bit! They are nut-free and can even be made coconut-free by subbing a different milk for the coconut milk. The recipe as stated makes about 5 palm-sized pancakes, which I eat in one sitting with a side of bacon, drizzled with maple syrup, but feel free to double the ingredients for more.