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Coconut Pancakes

coconut pancakes

Well, I don’t want to excuse myself for being absent for such a long time again, because I think you certainly become tired of hearing that from me every second month 😉 Yes, there are always some weeks in year when I am super busy and on the road almost every weekend, so you can probably imagine there is no time for blogging. In addition I want to be honest, there was also a time I was fighting with some health issues and I was simply tired of being active on social media. And because I just blog for fun and not for living I just take my time to find my motivation and pleasure for all that stuff again. Today I am finally back for posting this long time ago promised recipe for gluten, dairy and refined sugar free coconut pancakes.

coconut pancakes

If you follow me on Instagram you maybe remember I bought over 1 kg coconut flour. And If you have already some experience with coconut flour you know that you don’t so much. Let me tell you I already use more than a half so you can figure out how often I bake with coconut flour especially these coconut pancakes.

coconut pancakes

Coconut Pancakes
 
6-8 pancakes
Ingredients
  • 1 egg (seperated)
  • 25 g coconut flour
  • 10 g ground flax seed
  • 10 g coconut flower or raw cane sugar
  • 15 g coconut oil (melted)
  • 150 ml almond milk (sugar free)
  • ½ ts baking powder
  • 1 pinch of salt
Instructions
  1. In a bowl, whisk coconut flour, ground flax seed and baking powder. Make a well in the center.
  2. Mix almond milk, melted coconut oil and egg yolk in pour into the well.
  3. Stir well and let the batter rest for about 10 minutes.
  4. Beat egg whites with salt by using an electric mixer until it starts getting foamy. While beating add coconut flower or raw cane sugar slowly and continue to beat egg wihte until it looks glossy and forms peaks.
  5. Add the meringue to the batter and with a spatula fold in gently.
  6. Heat a slighty greased big pan over low-medium heat.
  7. Pour about 1-2 tablespoon for one pancake into the pan, put a lid on it and bake for about 3-4 minutes. Then flip and bake for another 2-3 minutes.

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5 Comments

  1. I have coconut flour that I need to exhaust as well, so I will be trying this for sure! Hope you are doing well Viet! I hear you though…some days I’m a bit tired of social medias and it’s just nice to be away from it a little bit 🙂

    • Viet-Huong | My blue teacup says

      Oh I know it was you who I promised to post the recipe soon. Feel so sorry it became so late. But I would be happy if you try the recipe and let me know how it works for you. Hehe.. i know you feel me, so i am hoping you are fine as well and enjoy this lovely time with you family 🙂

  2. They turn out delicious. The kids loved them! they are light and fluffy! I didn’t have a chance to take any photos because of the hungry mouths ! But I’ll definitely double the recipe and make again! Just a quick question though, on your recipe you mentioned coconut flower or raw cane sugar, I used coconut sugar, but what is coconut flower ? and I supposed you meant pinch of salt ? Thanks again Viet. Love the aroma of coconut flour!!!

    • Viet-Huong | My blue teacup says

      I am really happy you and your kids liked the pancakes. That means a lot to me 🙂

      Actually I meant coconut sugar and it is just the wrong translation because in german it’s Kokosnuss Blüten (= flower) Zucker and I have often seen it was transelated as “coconut flower sugar”.
      Hehe… and thank you for the hint, of course I meant a pinch of salt 😀

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