Going wheat free doesn’t mean you have to give up all your favorite foods. These coconut flour pancakes are proof. I found this recipe on the “Nourishing Days” website about two years ago and have been making them ever since. They’re a weekend tradition at our house and are THE BEST coconut flour pancakes you’ll ever have. The recipe is pretty simple and quick to throw together. I make fresh whipped cream as a topper along with a little fresh fruit.
If you don’t put fresh whipped cream on your pancakes, you’re really missing out on something special. The whipped cream is so easy to make and whips up with a hand mixer in about a minute. It’s tasty and a great way to make sure you’re getting some healthy whole fats. If you use raw cream like we do, it’s even better. If you can’t get raw cream where you live, try to find a heavy whipping cream that’s pasteurized using a low temperature and has nothing added to it but whole cream. I know, what else would be in a carton of cream, right? Well, just read the label and see.
Real Whipped Cream
Coconut Flour Pancakes
For the pancake recipe, just follow this link to the “Nourishing Days” website. Since it’s not my recipe, I didn’t want to post it here. If you decide to try them out, and you certainly should, I’ve noticed that the batter mix can come out thick sometimes. Even if you make them exactly the same way each time, some batches can be too thick while some could be too thin. If they come out too thick, try adding 1 more egg. With coconut flour, the eggs seem to determine how thick or thin the mix comes out.
If you make them, let me know how they come out!