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  • Blueberry Pancakes - Gluten, Egg, and Dairy free!

    Hi everyone! I am new to IC and I am also new to food intolerances. I am enjoying finding new recipes and ideas to keep food fun and I found this one recently:

    Gluten, Egg, and Dairy Free Blueberry Pancakes

    1/2 cup rice flour
    1/2 cup buckwheat flour
    1/2 cup corn flour
    1/4 cup ground flax seeds (optional, still not sure if IC friendly)
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    rice milk (I just kept adding the rice milk until I reach a consistency that I liked)
    1/2 cup blueberries (I probably used MUCH more. I just keep adding till it seemed like a good amount)
    1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract (optional, still deciding if IC friendly)

    I keep things quick and simple, so...
    I first mixed together all dry ingredients.
    Add vanilla.
    Gradually add rice milk until batter is not too thick, but not runny...
    Fold in desired amount of blueberries.

    I just use cooking spray (IC friendly? sorry I am still learning!) and cooked in a skillet till nice and golden brown.

    Enjoy with some maple syrup!

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    Lovely! Thanks for posting
    Kadi

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      Yum!!!
      Julie Beyer, MA, RDN
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      • #4
        Sarah1982 Nice recipe. BTW Vanilla is IC friendly. I buy the all natural vanilla extract that is alcohol free(Healthfood store).
        Daughter your faith has made you well,go in peace, and be healed of your disease.(Mark 5:34)

        Tried:
        Detrol:only took one pill and it made me sick
        Elmiron:caused horrible pain(took 1 week)
        CystaQ:caused alot of burning and pain(only took one pill)
        Wellbutrin:only on it for three days as it caused alot of bladder pain
        Elavil:Took one pill and it caused a flare that lasted almost two weeks. It was the longest flare I've ever had. Never again..ouch
        Prelief:made my bladder burn and feel tingly.

        Take:
        Uracyst:Started May 19 2011
        Enablex:take one pill daily with no issues
        Naproxen:for pain as needed
        Baking Soda with water:as needed and it's a God send. It brings down my pain within 20 mins.
        Venofer: Started April 2012 by IV for low Iron. I do not tolerate oral Iron so this is the route I had to take.Does not bother my bladder but did have other side effects. I take Benedryl with each treatment to avoid side effects.
        Supplements:Whey Protein powder daily
        Dessert Harvest Aloe It has been helping alot but I can only take it every two days as my "die off" reaction has been severe.

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