22 Jul

Coconut Paleo Pancakes

Check out my personal trainer's posts on the Taevan Gangnier Facebook page. Taevan is a brilliant mobility coach who can teach you how to rehab to reduce inflammation. He has a video series called “Life Hacks for a Better Future!” Here's his recipe for Coconut Paleo Pancakes. It is important to follow this recipe exactly. This is a real photo of the way these pancakes look when done correctly.  
Coconut Paleo Pancakes by Taevan Gangnier
1/2 cup   coconut flour 
1/4 tsp    baking soda 
pinch      of salt  
1/2 cup   coconut milk 
4 tbsp     cold pressed organic coconut oil
6             eggs 
4 tbsp     honey 
1 tbsp     organic vanilla extract
Topping: Maple syrup to taste. Top with your choice of fruit. 
1. Mix coconut oil, eggs and honey together well. Add coconut milk and vanilla. 
2. Drop in flour, baking soda and salt. Do not over mix this step or the pancakes will turn out very flat!!!
3. Melt coconut oil in a pan. Drop small amount of batter into pan and watch for browning, then flip. 
Makes 8 large pancakes. Cut the ingredients exactly in half if you want to make a smaller batch. Enjoy! 
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# V 2015-09-13 10:34
I appreciate the recipe, it would be nice to know approximately how many pancakes this make or how many servings the recipe makes.
# Julie Daniluk 2015-09-13 17:42
Thanks for asking V,

Taevan said they make 8 small pancakes and to be sure to only use a small amount of batter. You will need to experiment to see how large you can make them.

Cheers, Julie
# Marlen 2016-04-06 23:13
I’m not that much of a internet reader to be honest but your sites really nice, keep it up! Many thanks.
# Julie Daniluk 2016-04-06 20:10
Thanks for the feedback Marlen!

Cheers, Julie
# Laua 2016-04-17 20:09
Hi Julie,
These look great, but I can't eat eggs due to a severe sensitivity. Is there anything you can replace the eggs with?
# Julie Daniluk 2016-04-18 09:39
Hi Laua,

You can try using 1 table of ground flax seed to 2 tbs water to make an egg substitute. This does not always work with all recipes so you would need to experiment.

I would suggest trying these great egg-free banana muffins. https://juliedaniluk.com/recipes/grain-free-egg-free-banana-pecan-muffins.html?highlight=WyJiYW5hbmEiXQ==

Cheers, Julie
# Allison Knittig 2016-05-21 19:43
Hi! I get confused in alot of recipes that call for coconut milk. Is that the kind in the can or the beverage sold in tetra packs or from the recipe you have on your site for a simular beverage?
# Julie Daniluk 2016-05-21 21:22
Hello Allison,

In this case when I am writing 'coconut milk' I mean the from the can. I use the term 'coconut beverage' to describe the product you would buy in a tetra pack.

If you watch the video at this link, you can watch Taevan make these pancakes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tfbdMq7NXg

Cheers, Julie
# Ranjini Pillai 2016-08-24 10:37
I make a sort of pancake called Dosa-made with rice flour and wheat flour and urad flour 3 cups of the first, and 2 cups of the last 2. mix with boiled and cooled water.
For best-healthy results- as in diabetics- add a piinch of fenugreek powder,soda bicarbonate and salt to taste.Allow to ferment overnight.
Makes as many pancakes or steamed cakes called idlis -really tasty.I love your recipes.Could you tell me how much of protein,etc isin my pancake recipe-which a routine Indian one?Thx.
# Julie Daniluk 2016-08-24 10:56
Hello Ranjini,

I have had Dosa in the past only it was made gluten-free with only rice/lentil flour. I don't recommend eating gluten especially for diabetics. Here is a video with more information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfY0qnH-m8I

As for the nutrient analysis of your pancake, there are programs online that can help you determine this: https://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-calculator.asp

Cheers, Julie

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