I love them! Wow! Not moist and unfortunately not an enjoyable breakfast I did everything as stated – no substitutions. The batter is tedious to make. We have tried quite a few pale type pancake recipes and this one rates right up with the best. Thank you so much for this idea! Cutting them is very easy. Anyway, the real test was when I called my 13 year old daughter down to breakfast. So glad you enjoyed! These looked amazing but when I made them they fell apart. Smaller pancakes are best as large ones will get tricky to flip. Makes 2 servings, 3 pancakes each. I just made coconut flour pancakes for the first time. Thank you for sharing this! I doubled the batch and added chocolate chips Thanks for another easy, healthy recipe! Not med.low but low. This is the best coconut flour pancake recipe I’ve ever made! Feel free to make your paleo coconut flour pancakes ahead of time and serve them at a later date. It not only significantly reduces the carbs and ups the fiber count … I usually don’t add any oil, but these are tender pancakes, so you have to get under them in 1 quick motion and they did brown a bit. Enough philosophozing. Amazing!! Thank you! They’re one of my favorite pancakes, and I never have an issue with them being dry. I was looking for a recent comment on these pancakes. They actually were flatter than any pancake I’ve ever seen. I followed the recipe exactly, but left out the banana. Holy blueberry galore! I would be sure you’re using an all-natural nut butter when you make them. This recipe is amazing! I was a little surprised because coconut flour has a little bit of a different texture and flavor, but obviously he enjoyed it. So glad you both enjoyed – perfect weekend brunch . But-This is my Third time making pancakes with it. We didn’t put any topping other than butter. In this space, we are committed to the pursuit of wellness and determined to stay balanced and real. :O so fluffy and tasty, mmmm It was a bit thick at first but just added extra milk and was creamy. Paired with a big glass of almond/cashew milk blended with 1 tsp turmeric, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, little twist of pink salt and pepper and a few drops of stevia. I had to add a tablespoon of additional coconut flour and the batter got thick enough to use. The other mixes I’ve used were far too firm and eggy and these were Sooo moist. These are yummy! The result was a nice looking pancake but not a great flavor. Slowly begin to add the wet mix into the coconut flour, stirring as you go. how much applesauce? Thanks so much!! I would maybe double check your liquid ratios in here – mixing in the natural, drippy peanut butter by hand might help the consistency! This looks incredible!! The texture was a little grainy for me, however I was trying to keep a straight face as my picky kid who I was trying to get to eat them was watching me. I heated my waffle iron and brushed it with coconut oil. The overwhelming majority of positive comments came from people who didn’t even make the recipe. You can thank me later. Also subbed honey for the maple syrup and added cinnamon! Hi, can you please tell me how manny grams are exactly the 1/4 coconut flour for your receipt, I have found diferent info on Internet and I have used 32 grams but it didn’t work ok. Hey hun, just wondering if the applesauce is supposed to be a part of the recipe? This income will go towards the running of this blog – thank you. 1 star. Thanks! listen uppp: making creamy dreamy mashed potatoes, the most fabulous bacon wrapped dates stuffed with, never enough photos of sweet Sidney on my camera r, sharing the creamy, cheesy au gratin recipe inspir, here’s the recipe my mother in law begs for ever, with this pregnancy + work busy szn + covid + taki, 15 minutes is really all you need to make these Br, made you a grain free / gluten free / dairy free c, The last time I baked Tony something with coconut flour, Table for One: Big Bites on a Little Budget, best car insurace rates in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, https://www.ambitiouskitchen.com/coconut-flour-recipes/, https://www.happierwithtea.com/easy-healthy-breakfast-recipes/. Perfect breakfast and easy for customizing . Tip: Control the amount of oil you use by using a spray-on oil or rubbing a piece of greased kitchen paper over the bottom of the frying pan – too much oil will make the pancakes ragged at the edges, and too little will make them hard to flip over. I doubled the milk right off. Once ready to reheat, simply add pancakes to a plate and microwave for 30-60 seconds or until warm. Glad those swaps worked out for you! Baking the mixture worked like a charm this morning! I hope you find other recipes here that you like! Perfect! Hmmm maybe next time try a little less liquid. I subbed coconut milk and omitted the nut better. Fluffy and soft coconut flour pancakes that are vegan and gluten-free. Such a great breakfast. They are absolutely delicious, mixing coconut with banana and peanut butter, dairy free, refined sugar free and 100% vegan. Also, Monique was right, you do have to watch the heat. Mine were a flop…I could t get them to stay in pancake form … and they were super grainy sounded like a good idea. Thank you so much. Followed Monique’s recipe to the letter, using Bob’s Red Mill coconut flour (because it’s what I can get) and fresh ground almond butter (there’s a machine at a store close by and you grind your own). I left out the honey in the recipe and found them to be perfect. These Vegan Coconut Flour Pancakes are soft, fluffy and slightly chewy with a hint of coconut flavour. It was too much baking soda when I doubled the recipe and I had to throw it all out. Hey Gia! You can portion them out as you so choose! For a double bathc, sub 1.5T of peanut butter powder (Nocal Organic in my house) for the peanut butter. Even my picky toddler ate them up with out protest. I also recommend serving these with fresh organic eggs and a side of turkey bacon. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I like the combo of still having the small blueberries plus liquid that isn’t too think so the pancakes soak it up. I also loved how I didn’t feel to heavy after this breakfast. You can also snap and picture and post it on Instagram using the hashtag #ambitiouskitchen. Thank you. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You can always feel free to top with whatever you’d like . Just amazing. I’m glad you like them (saw your comment below!). These pancakes are a great source of protein and healthy fats. The best recipe for coconut flour pancakes. I have struggled in the past using coconut flour, but these pancakes were amazing! I also used “non-drippy” peanut butter, Earth Balance with flax to be exact. They’re so fluffy I could DIE! Such a disappointment!! They are so fluffy, moist, and full of flavor. Sift all purpose flour into a mixing bowl and add sugar, baking powder and salt. Oh and my son didn’t even use syrup just the pancakes by them selfs ! Gah, I went to Eataly yesterday- There was some nutella bar, and it was epic! I made 4 batches and kept warm in the oven as suggested and now I have some freezing. Oh my goodness, these look and sound delicious! Homemade blueberry chia jam YUM. This is great for hosting brunches or feeding a bigger group of people. Made these this morning for breakfast! I really hate bananas, but usually am good with them in baked goods. These are great! Hi there! Since we are traveling, I can’t make my coconut flour muffins. My for year old almost liked them until I told him it was coconut pancakes but my 18 month old loved them. Or maybe I will wait for my sister to come and visit, I am sure I will be my favourite if I make these for her – she will want to come and stay with me all the time , Pancakes are the best Sunday breakfast! Almost like silver dollar pancakes. These are absolutely incredible. Required fields are marked *. I want to make these but I have no apple sauce in my cupboard!!! I will be coming back to this and trying more recipes. xoxo. Ooooh, I just happen to have some coconut flour and almond milk on hand – perfect timing!! Will be making these on a regular basis. But I didn’t want to use so much maple syrup. I added some organic cocoa powder and used strawberries instead of blueberries….. Soooooo yummy. But they where a hit! I actually prefer these with banana, so I’d stick with the recipe as written . *The lemon juice is crucial as its acidity reacts with the alkali bicarbonate of soda (baking soda) to create a fluffy batter. I’m glad those swaps worked out and that the kiddos love them! I was so pleasantly surprised by the fluffiness of the pancakes!