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Sugar-Free Homestyle Pancakes


We all have our reasons for why we eliminate certain things from our foods. For me my reason is PCOS and my item in this case is sugar.  Because these sugar-free pancakes still have some white flour in them I wanted to reduce as much ‘white’ as possible while still trying to make these somewhat clean.

I made a batch of homemade pancake mix because kiddo still enjoys a weekend batch of pancakes here and there.  I’m trying to eliminate the need for artificial sweeteners as well – but – one step at a time.  I feel better feeding her these than I do prepackaged pancake mix.

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These are really simple to make.

You’ll need:

1 cup of the sugar-free pancake mix

1 egg

3/4 c skim milk

Mix it all up and pour onto hot pan or griddle.

This pancake making day inspired me to try something that I keep seeing floating around Pinterest. Remember that Pinterest “Cotton Candy Cake” that kind of failed? Well this turned out way better. Subscribe to be notified or keep your eye out.

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  1. I’ve been using the heart healthy bisquick too. I clicked on the link for your pancake mix, and I’ll have to try it. My family has no problem with sugar, but it gives me intense migraines. I have found that I can tolerate Sweet ‘n Low in small amounts (though I don’t like it for cooking), but Splenda gives me the same migraine as does Equal. Honey seems to work okay for me. Have you tried any of the other natural sugar alternatives you mentioned?

    1. I can tolerate Splenda in small doses. I suffer from migraines as well, since I was 9 so I can understand. I am slowly making the switch to Stevia so if that is something that is in your budget it might be better because it is an actual plant and nothing artificial. You could also try Ground up dates, sucanat, or maple flakes. Thank you for stopping by!

  2. Thanks so much for stopping by and for your kind words about my Kitchen Remodel. I am finally happy with my Kitchen after 35 years!!


  3. Any time you can make your own mix instead of buying a packaged one, you’re doing a good thing. 🙂 Usually cheaper, too! THanks for linking up to Let’s Get Real!

    1. Thank you for stopping by Nicole. It really takes no time at all to put these mixes together. And once they are together you are good to go. Saves money in the long run because the ingredients can be used for other things.

  4. can I use water instead of milk, and do you put any oil in this recipe? My husband cant have sugar or dairy, so I am trying to find a recipe that I can make for him. Please let me know. Thank you, Gayle

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