Coconut and Almond Flour Healthy Pancakes

Coconut and Almond Flour Healthy Pancakes

 

A great breakfast pancake recipe is a must in every household. Kids love them and adults do too! Regular pancakes may not be the healthiest option so I’ve been searching for a really good healthy pancake recipe that fits into many food lifestyles. I found this one and decided to try it out. The recipe it’s self is really simple and the pancakes turned out so fluffy!  (ITS SO FLUFFY!!)  (10 points to those who know what movie that’s from haha) Anyhow they were absolutely delicious! They are made with coconut and almond flour, no dairy, no sugar, and obviously no grains!
 
 I originally wanted to use the coconut flour and the almond flour while also replacing the eggs and dairy for a vegan friendly version. This ended up being impossible since I found out you can’t replace eggs in a recipe that only has coconut flour, and or almond flour since the eggs hold everything together. I have some experimenting to do because I am determined to find a way and maybe someone knows of a good way to do it. If so I would love to get your recipe. In the mean time this recipe is fabulous and fits into Paleo, Gluten Free, and Vegetarian diets, oh and of course NO SUGAR! The original recipe came from Stuffed Pepper and I am glad I came across that gem! Now we can all enjoy some healthy pancakes!
 
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Coconut and Almond Flour Pancakes
Yields 8
Healthy Pancakes Suitable for Paleo, Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Grain Free, Dairy Free, and No Sugar Lifestyles. Makes about 8 Medium Pancakes
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Ingredients
  1. 1 cup Almond Flour
  2. 1/2 cup Coconut Flour
  3. 1 teaspoon Baking Powder
  4. 1/4 teaspoon Sea Salt
  5. 6 Eggs
  6. 2 teaspoons Honey
  7. 1 Banana Mashed
  8. 3/4 cup Almond Milk
  9. 2 teaspoons Coconut Extract
  10. 1 teaspoon Coconut Oil
  11. Maple Syrup, Agave Nectar, or Honey
Optional
  1. sliced Bananas
  2. chopped up Peaches
  3. 1 teaspoon Coconut Butter
Instructions
  1. In a large bowl mix in all of your dry ingredients and lightly whisk together
  2. Add in all of the wet ingredients except for the coconut oil
  3. Mix and or whisk until you have a thick pancake batter (it will not be runny like what you may be used to)
  4. Heat pan or griddle to medium heat and lightly grease with coconut oil
  5. Scoop out about 1/4 cup of batter on your pan or griddle and using a spatula spread out the batter until you have a round pancake about 1/4-1/2 inch thick
  6. 6. Cook until both sides are a medium brown or until the inside if fully cooked
  7. 7. Serve with maple syrup, agave nectar or honey and optional : bananas, peaches, and coconut butter
Notes
  1. www.sproutinghealthyhabits.com
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10 comments

  1. Stacy

    You can substitute eggs with a mixture of ground flaxseed and water. Once you mix the ground flaxseed with water, let it stand for a few minutes and it will turn into a thick gluey paste that will hold everything together!


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      Nessa

      Stacy I usually do substitute eggs in my recipes with flax eggs but I was told that they wouldn’t work with coconut flour or almond flour. Have you been able make them with coconut flour and flax eggs?

  2. Stacy

    I’ve actually never had pancakes! I’m not from the US so pancakes is not really a staple in my country (I’m from the Caribbean). I know flaxseed is a general substitute for eggs so was just making a suggestion. Will probably try making pancakes one day!


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      Nessa

      That’s awesome I bet it is beautiful where you live! Thank you for the suggestion and comment! I am going to have to try and experiment more so I can make a vegan friendly recipe too. 🙂 Pancakes are yummy hope you get to try them soon 🙂

  3. RLR

    Have you tried aquafaba (the liquid you drain off of canned chickpeas) as an egg substitute? I have whipped it up into meringue-like cookies and it held pretty well. It’s supposed to be a decent sub for eggs, and the other flavors in your recipe should cover any latent “bean” taste.

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