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Fluffy and moist buttermilk paleo pancakes made grain-free and dairy-free. You’d never know this paleo pancakes recipe was made without wheat!
Any buttermilk pancakes lovers in the house? I feel buttermilk is one of those underrated ingredients for my generation. My mom used it all the time while I was growing up, so I maintain the fond memory of buttermilk waffles and pancakes, and homemade muffins and pastry-like treats made with the cultured milk.
Buttermilk is traditionally used in baking to help keep goods made with wheat flour soft and tender, as it helps break down gluten. Since we’re not using wheat in this recipe for buttermilk paleo pancakes, the faux “buttermilk” functions more for flavor, richness, and moisture, as the pancakes are inherently soft.
To make non-dairy buttermilk, simply combine full-fat canned coconut milk with cider vinegar and allow it to sit a few minutes. The result is a thick and tangy buttermilk-like substance that can be incorporated into your baked goods just as you would actual buttermilk.