There are very few mixes that I find work with my varied and restrictive diet. Allergic Girl Sloane Miller gave me some “Allergic Solutions Waffle Mix” and, not having a waffle iron, I decided to make them as pancakes. Knowing what I now know about egg replacers, I decided to use flax seed for the egg replacer. These pancakes, made with chickpea flour, were wonderfully delicious, and what’s more, because of the fiber from the chickpea flour, they were also very filling. I made a whole batch, and froze the rest which I pull out every once in a while for a decadent morning breakfast treat.
Allergic Solution Pancake and Waffle mix is corn, dairy/casein, egg, gluten/wheat, peanut, tree-nut and soy free. The company has several different allergen checks to ensure that there are no allergens in their line or ingredients. The ingredients list is Chickpea flour, tapioca flour, cream of tartar (not a milk product), baking soda, xanthan gum and sea salt.
From the Allergic Solutions Web Site this mix (and all their mixes) have no sugar added, diabetic friendly, vegan friendly and Kosher.
You can order the mixes from their web site, but if you’re in Brooklyn and a Park Slope Food Coop member, you may make a special order in the office – I’ve also seen the mixes on the shelves.