I was looking for a recent comment on these pancakes. They weren’t overly sweet because of the nut butter. Great recipe for coconut flour pancakes. One thing that shocked me was that your recipe only called for one fourth cup of coconut flour–I thought it was a misprint because all of the other recipes were calling for 1 cup and 4 eggs. Does anyone know if these would be considered Gluten free? I’m glad that worked out well! I’m so glad you found this recipe! Tricky to flip, just make sure they’re browned before you try to flip ’em. These pancakes are delicious! Meu querido Me,oAesrdtro Debussy… por isso espero pelas sinfonias do universo… e o eixo virgem peixes, sempre se apresentou para mim como uma cura acima do penso rápido… por isso aguardo pelo ano pós maia :-)bjs de luz e gratidão. These look amazing however when I tried making them they were too fluffy I couldn’t even flip them. I’m sure it was because I used frozen blueberries that I thawed. Well, instead of nut butter, since I had coconut oil (which is hard like butter at room temperature), I used that instead. And tastes amazing. These are great with some pure maple syrup as well. These are right up my alley!! Disclosure: This posts contains affiliate links to Amazon. Will look forward to trying some of your other recipes. Thanks. I would use 2 tablespoons. I made it exactly as the recipe but I didn’t like the flavor of these pancakes or the texture. I substituted 2 Tbsp of applesauce as Monique suggested in an earlier comment for the banana. I will use another butter next time as the peanut butter taste was a little too much for me. (also I don’t love how Paleo recipes are so eggy) So they were a bit mushy after being cooked. Thank you! I was wondering, should one ALWAYS use a new box of baking soda when baking soda is called in a recipe? My for year old almost liked them until I told him it was coconut pancakes but my 18 month old loved them. Thank you so much. Since we are traveling, I can’t make my coconut flour muffins. Thank you for the recipe! Yes! I have comfort food craving during this pandemic, but I can’t sacrifice my eating plan! They’re also gluten-free and refined sugar free, are made without flax eggs or aquafaba, and come together in one bowl. Perfect!! I didn’t have applesauce (I’ve probably run out trying so many other pancake recipes) so substituted mashed banana and they were perfect. I forgot to add I replaced the honey with 1 date thrown in the blender wirh a bit of coconut milk. I haven’t tried it. This looks incredible!! Hi Giselle! I subbed coconut milk and omitted the nut better. This recipe is so tasty! I hope you find other recipes here that you like! Have so much fun with the BF! Thank you for the recipe. Keep the eggs in! Privacy policy & disclosure. I’m not going to give it a one star, because I know that coconut flour is difficult to make work… but these pancakes were more like trying to eat a stack of napkins. Please check your inbox to receive your free download! Not pleasant texture or taste at all – crumble and just do not hold together. I had to test them about 4 different times to get the most perfect and fluffy result I was looking for. So happy to hear that! Did you pack your coconut flour because it sounds like that may be the issue with the texture. Thank you so much for for this recipe hey! Thank you for this recipe! And I’m using an amazing high end plant based non stick coated pan. Or what could I sub for it? I really hate bananas, but usually am good with them in baked goods. So if you don’t tolerate real eggs this may not be for you. The nut butter in the recipe should make them moist! I make them exactly as the recipe states (sometimes omitting the topping and just using maple syrup or fresh fruit and yogurt) and they turn our perfect every time. Thanks a lot! Can you recommend anything to sub the apple sauce with? I love adding the pure maple syrup to mine too! And yes, the slight browning before flipping is super helpful . I’m not sure I would have loved the pancakes without the syrup. When your griddle is evenly pre-heated (around 10 minutes if you are using cast iron), drop on a bit … Remove from the pan, drain on kitchen paper if necessary, and serve with extra blueberries and maple syrup. Yours is one of few not loaded with eggs so I made these using peanut butter & reg milk b/c I don’t have almond milk. They also taste grainy. Is your baking soda fresh? Mine were a flop…I could t get them to stay in pancake form … and they were super grainy sounded like a good idea. Ambitious Kitchen is my personal platform to share delicious recipes + a healthy dose of my personal life, which allows me to connect with readers. . Sorry to hear that you didn’t like these! They are so fluffy, moist, and full of flavor. No sugar at all like keto, but no coconut either, dairy, legumes, niteshades or grains – high fiber and low saturated fat. It's important not to place more than 3 tablespoons of batter at a time; the pancakes can be hard to flip if they are too large, so smaller pancakes are best. They’re so fluffy I could DIE! Glad you enjoyed! I didn’t have any coconut flour so I used 1 cup of almond flour instead and they turned out great. Hi this was such an amazing pancake recipe. I followed the recipe exactly and these are amaze balls! The batter smelled delicious and the ingredients list is right up my ally. So delicious. Tried this today in my kitchen. The second time, they were quite tasty, but not nearly as fluffatastic. We didn’t put any topping other than butter. You can portion them out as you so choose! Mega Rezept! Did not make the blueberry sauce. I don’t need syrup!I’m trying to eat healthy foods and exploring new things. So happy you loved them!! But they where a hit! This was the 4th attempt at making grain free pancakes and I must say….. thank you. To make these completely paleo: Be sure to use a paleo-friendly nut butter. But it was my first time ever using coconut flour. Thank you so much, I’ve been going through a personal hell with sibo, and a breakfast I can eat and ENJOY. If you put them in the oven and bake instead of pan-frying, they end up tasting like dog treats.