Sunday, 28 July 2013

Recipe: Paleo Coconut Pancakes




I am having a great weekend catching up on cooking and trying out some new recipes!
The past few weekends have been pretty busy so I have had very little time to do any baking.
I got a chance to get back into the kitchen to try out a few new recipes with coconut flour, my new love :)

Coconut flour is a great substitute for other flours: naturally gluten free, it is also a great source of both protein and fibre. It is also delicious and you don't need much as it goes far.







Ingredients:
2 x eggs
1/4 cup of coconut flour*
1/2 cup coconut milk
1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/8 tsp cinnamon
3 tbsp honey/maple syrup (to taste) (Extra to garnish if desired)
Coconut oil to grease pan
Strawberries to garnish (if desired)


Method:
Heat pan/skillet on a medium high heat.
Grease pan with coconut oil.
Combine all the ingredients in a bowl until smooth.
Add mixture to the pan ( I used just under a ladle full)
Cook on first side until bubbles have formed and underneath is cooked on inspection. (approx 2 minutes)
Flip over gently - you may need to use a spatula and/or fish slice.
Cook second side for approx 1 minute; remove and set aside.
Re-grease pan and continue process until mixture is used up.

Garnish your stack of pancakes with fresh strawberries and honey.

Makes approx 5/6 pancakes. (Double recipe: you can never have too much pancakes!!)
Perfect with a cup of tea.



*To buy coconut flour shop here using discount code GBG406. 


7 comments:

  1. pancake recipe looks really good. when you say 1/2 cup of coconut do you mean dessicated stuff?

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    1. I'm wondering the exact same thing.

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  2. recipe sounds good, would like to try it! where do you buy coconut flour?

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  3. I've been working on paleo pancakes based on other paleo recipes I've seen around the net. My current recipe is:

    In a Blender, combine:
    3 bananas
    6 large eggs
    Cinnamon (to taste)
    2 Tablespoons Coconut flour
    1/4 cup Almond Milk
    Salt (optional)

    I put this in a shaker bottle for storage. Cook on medium heat, and I use a cast iron griddle.

    With the bananas, I find the pancakes to be sweet enough to not need syrup.

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  4. Where is the teapot from please?

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  5. Hi,

    Can you recommend somewhere to buy coconut flour etc in bulk it can be quite expensive in health food stores.

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  6. Hi, your recipe looks great. Could you tell me please if it is canned coconut milk or the carton like koko?
    Thanks

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