Coconut Flour pancakes are made from healthy, filling, nutritious ingredients to satisfy your urge to stack, drizzle and eat without all the sugar and refined flour! Paleo, Gluten Free & Dairy Free
UPDATE! Video Added Above Recipe Instructions above recipe card!
UPDATE 2: This recipe is SO popular I posted a Pumpkin Coconut Flour Pancakes version as well!
UPDATE 3: Craving a chocolate version? Chocolate Coconut Flour Pancakes with chocolate chips!
Hello, friends! Today, all I have to say is stack, drizzle, eat and repeat!
Last time I made pancakes and wanted to share for the blog, I quite literally cut the top and bottom of a can of canned chicken and used that to make perfectly round pancakes. This time, I got smart and waited to make them again until my order of pancake and egg rings.
Add that to the list of things I would probably never have if I wasn’t a food blogger. Someday I’ll show you guys my insane blogging prop cabinet(s), it’s intense.
I did share how well the little rings worked on Instagram stories, where I share all the behind-the-scenes food fun! I was actually kind of pleasantly surprised at how easy they were to use. I only had to clean them every third batch or so.
Since the recipe makes 9-10 pancakes, I would not have needed to clean the rings while making one batch. However, I made this recipe three times so I could freeze some and have healthy pancakes whenever I want! You guys know how much I love my make-ahead breakfast recipes!
Let’s talk ingredients super fast!
- Egg whites – I used liquid egg whites from a carton, but feel free to use 6 egg whites from the shell. Also, you can skip the egg whites and, sub for additional eggs like the comments on Pinterest say, however, I have not tried this!
- Eggs – I used large eggs. I have not tried egg substitutes in this recipe and would not recommend it. In this case, eggs are both the binder and the fluffer, so subbing them for an egg replacer probably won’t work.
- Coconut Flour- Coconut flour is extremely dense and absorbent so a little goes a LONG way. May sure to pour the coconut flour into the measuring cup, not dunk your measuring cup in the bag or you may get too much. Oat flour may work here instead, but I have not tried it.
- Baking powder – If you want you can omit this or sub for baking soda, I just find it gives the pancakes the extra fluff and rise they need. However, they will work without this ingredient if you want to omit.
- Banana- the riper the banana the sweeter the pancakes! So go for something very yellow to yellow with spots!
- Vanilla extract – totally optional but will make your pancakes taste a little sweeter naturally!
Coconut Flour Pancakes
- Blend all ingredients in a blender.
- Heat a greased griddle or large skillet on low to medium heat You can use egg rings or just free hand them. Flip pancake when almost completely set.Notes
- I found this recipe worked the best with extreme patience and low heat. Each set of pancakes takes about 2-3 minutes on low heat.
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I also posted a Chocolate Coconut Flour Pancakes Recipe!
This recipe is SO popular I posted a Pumpkin Coconut Flour Pancakes version!
Like to stack, drizzle and eat? Check out these delicious, healthy pancake recipes:
- Greek Yogurt Carrot Cake Pancakes
- Single-Serving Pumpkin Pancake
- Two Ingredient Egg White Pancake
- Sweet Potato Protein Pancakes
- Vegan Wild Blueberry Protein Pancakes
- Baked Pumpkin Pancakes
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PS a ton of friends on Pinterest have made this recipe changing egg whites for more eggs and they say the substitution comes out great!
Yesterday’s eats were pretty good, I try not to snack too much when I do photoshoots but I did end up eating a couple of pancakes! I mean, can you blame me?
- 5:30 am – unpictured collagen and 2% milk
- 8:00 am – Greek yogurt 0%, small banana with almond butter
- 10:30 am- post workout protein shake with frozen strawberries
- 12:00 pm – pancake snacks with butter, oh and I ate that giant bite on the fork with the almond butter – it was HEAVENLY!
- 2:00 pm- salad from Prep Dish with a wrap, didn’t have any clean forks, so I used a serving fork! I also ate half a protein bar.
- 5:00 pm- carrots and hummus (not pictured)
- 6:30 pm- cauliflower rice with shrimp and guacamole
- 7:00pm- 2 dates for dessert (not pictured)