My 12 year old daughter has a krumkake iron she received from Santa two years ago for Christmas. We made krumkake for her book club tomorrow and the 4 year old sat all sad-faced in the kitchen. I poked around and found a gluten free recipe. I adjusted the gluten free recipe I found and made the necessary changes for his diet. He helped make them and waited very patiently for them to cool. They turned out great (so say the girls...I can't try them because of a rice allergy).
Here's the recipe we landed on for him:
GF, EF, DF Krumkake
1 Tbsp. chia seed meal plus 3 Tbsp. hot water
1/3 cup sugar
2 1/3 Tbsp Earth Balance spread, softened
1/4 tsp cardamom
1/2 cups plus 3 Tbsp gluten-free flour (I used Bette Hagman's rice flour based mix)
1/3 cup rice milk
dash of vanilla
Heat the krumkake iron and oil as necessary. Mix up chia seeds with hot water and let sit for 10 minutes. Add remaining ingredients and mix with a hand mixer until completely combined. Pour scant 1 Tbsp. into each spot in the krumkake iron. Cook for about 30-35 seconds (your krumkake iron may require more or less time). Remove and shape on cone (if desired). They are fragile and lacy, but apparently very good!
Big thumbs up received from all who tried them!