Gluten-free pancakes were something that eluded my kitchen for quite some time after I went gluten-free. The batter was always too runny, and the pancakes never held together long enough to be flipped over. Then, I read an article that simply said to increase the amount of flour to reach a consistency that was thicker, and I’ve never looked back.
These pancakes are slightly sweet and hearty without being dense, hold together perfectly, and are just as delicious when eaten as leftovers.
Sautéing the pear slices is a really quick and tasty way to soften and warm them, and the sage is great for making this morning meal not too sweet. While the pears may be sweet enough for some, I really like drizzling these pancakes with warmed maple syrup.