We were gifted some Wild Roots Gluten Free Pancake & Waffle mix and when we made "plain" pancakes with it, they reminded me a bit of biscuits. I discovered we really loved using the mix to make Banana Pancakes, and now I finally figured out how to make a batch of biscuits using the mix! FYI: These are meant to be heavier, dry biscuits. If you're looking for light and fluffy, go elsewhere. These are good to dunk in soup, serve with a butter substitute and drizzle of honey or dusting of sugar, or under a gravy based recipe.
Yeild: approx. 20 biscuits
Mix together 2 1/2 T. ground flax meal & 8 T. water. Microwave (optional but helpful) 40 seconds, watching so it doesn't overflow if you have a small dish. Set aside for 5+ minutes.
2 cups Wild Roots Ancient Grain Pancake & Waffle Mix (Gluten free)
1/8 tsp. salt
2 T. vegetable/canola/liquid coconut oil
7/8 cup your choice of milk substitute (I used almond milk)
Stir flax mixture into other ingredients and drop about 3 T. at a time onto a baking pan lined with parchment paper. Bake at 350 degrees until edges are barely beginning to show golden in areas. For a tray of about a dozen, mine baked around 20 minutes.
Biscuits made from Wild Roots Ancient Grain Gluten Free Pancake & Waffle Mix- gluten, dairy, egg free recipe
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