Sourdough Pancakes Recipe


Here are my top 3 posts from last week:

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Trim Healthy Tuesdays

Simple Starter Menu for One


Trim Healthy Tuesdays

Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Tacos [FP/S]

Trim Healthy Tuesdays

Caprese Quesadilla [S]

The post from last week with the most visits was this one

Trim Healthy Almond Joy Bites [S]

And now for this weeks Trim Healthy Tuesday Posts!

Please see updated posting guidelines below the linky.
Thanks so much for joining Stacy & I on Trim Healthy Tuesdays!

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  1. Nanci Smith says

    What a great idea!
    Would this still work (low carb-wise) if you don’t let it sit overnight? I know that the sitting out further reduces the carbs, but wouldn’t the sourdough starter “cancel” it out? (wishful thinking) I’m just thinking for times that I forget to plan ahead, or for now when I want to try this! :)

    • Its_Gwen says

      Because you’re adding the extra flour, you do want to go overnight with the sourdough blend. You may play with using rye or oat flours instead if you want to try it last minute, as those don’t need to be cultured to be slow glycemic.

  2. Cindy says

    Oh no – I just realized I linked to the wrong post this morning :-( Link is fixed, and so glad you liked the starter menu from last week!

    • Its_Gwen says

      You can use regular store bought whole wheat flour…that will work just fine. It’s what I did for years. Using whole wheat is going to make a dense bread that we prefer as foccacia or pizza crust. You can use up to 2 cups of white flour to lighten it some.

    • Its_Gwen says

      There is a photo that says “Click Here for the recipe” just before the Trim Healthy Tuesday banner. :) The printable is over on the Grain Mill Blog for a challenge I was doing with them.

      (and you’re not a fool, nor the first person who has asked) ♥ I added a text link too above the photo in case that helps.

  3. Shawna says

    I have a thriving sourdough starter that is from white AP flour. Can I make these pancakes with white whole wheat flour and would it still okay for THM?

    • says

      You’ll want to gradually convert it over to whole wheat. I think so long as your final recipe is less than 1/3 white flour it would be fine the first time around, and just start adding in whole wheat from here on out. :)

  4. Jannice says

    I made these and the overnight mixed looked fine. Once I added the other ingredients the mix was watery and the pancakes were flat. What did I do wrong? Only thing I changed was using coconut milk instead of almond milk, because that was what I had on hand. I used spelt flour which is what I normal use for pancakes. Help?!

    • says

      The baking powder is what gives them rise…the milk changes shouldn’t have affected anything. Maybe try a little less liquid next time? I’ve not made them with spelt.

  5. Jessica says

    I’m trying to start with sourdough starter and am trying to figure out what sourdough recipes are thm compliant E’s without being crossovers due to amount of oil or butter in the recipe. Has anyone done a roundup of recipes or an explanation somewhere? I am so confused about which recipes are ok… Thanks!