Grain Free Coconut Flour Pancakes

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Sometimes I feed my kids a simple bowl of cereal for breakfast, but it always comes back to bite me about an hour later. “Mama, I’m hungry!” I explain that we just had breakfast, but they insist they need a snack. It’s always like this, that is, unless we have a breakfast packed with protein and a little good fat. My kids need it to stay full and honestly, so do I. The protein and fat even play a big part in keeping our moodes more stable. Instead of experiencing a big blood sugar shift, we stay more even-steven and it’s better for all of us.

Coconut Flour is an interesting thing…sometimes a bit temperamental. It has a beautifully rich coconut aroma, while being incredibly absorbent – meaning a little goes a LONG way. So, only 3 tablespoons is required in order to produce gorgeous, fluffy pancakes.

Of course, coconut flour pancakes aren’t going to taste like Bisquick or Krustez. However, they really are a great alternative to the “real” thing.

These pancakes are perfect on their own, or read down to the end of the recipe, where you’ll find a long list of various topping to transform these pancakes into a sweet or savory dish depending on the topping you choose.

Grain Free Coconut Flour Pancakes
A simple gluten-free and paleo friendly pancake recipe.
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  1. 4 Eggs
  2. 3 Tablespoons Coconut Flour
  3. Coconut Oil, for frying
  1. In a large bowl whisk the eggs until smooth.
  2. Mix in the coconut flour and stir until well combined.
  3. Heat the coconut oil in a large frying pan or counter griddle.
  4. When hot, carefully drop tablespoons of the pancake batter onto the coconut oil.
  5. When set, flip and cook the other side.
  6. Once both sides are golden and cooked through, remove from the frying pan.
  1. Top with butter, peanut butter, fresh fruit, maple syrup, nuts, shredded coconut, yogurt or dried fruit.
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About Angela Strand

Angela is a wife, mama to three little ones and a lifelong Washington State resident. Besides facilitating the NW Healthy Mama website, she loves being involved in her kids' school, hiking with her girlfriends, growing all the things, writing, reading and taking photos.