• Recipe: Coconut Flour Oven Pancakes

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    My daughter had some friends sleep over last night and wanted something delicious for breakfast.

    She told her friends about our Picky Eater Challenge and they responded with “I feel so bad for you.”  Kids are funny.

    Reality has set in and she was already starting to feel that peer pressure.   What’s her idea of delicious?  My guess is Cinnamon Toast Crunch or pancakes covered in butter, covered with powdered sugar.

    Truth be told, I agree with her 110%.    So on my quest to change our families eating habits, I made a Coconut Flour Oven Pancakes.

    Coconut Flour Pancakes

    Have you had a Hootenanny before?  It’s kinda like that.   Very simple ingredients.

    I’ve made this before with flour and my kids were unimpressed.   Even when it was covered in sugar, syrup and butter.     While I was searching for a recipe I came across this one from Bob’s Red Mill, German Oven Pancakes.

    I made a few changes and it was superb!    I gave them the option to top with Homemade Blackberry Jam or Almond Butter.

    How to Make Coconut Flour Oven Pancakes:

    1 stick Butter
    8 eggs
    1 Cup Coconut Milk (or milk)
    1 Cup Coconut Flour
    2tsp Vanilla
    1tsp Cinnamon
    1tsp Sea Salt

    How to prepare:

    Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In baking dish or cast iron pan place stick of butter inside, place in oven to melt.

    Mix Coconut Milk, Coconut Flour, vanilla, cinnamon and sea salt in bowl. Batter will be thick.

    Add mixture to pan and spread evenly.

    Bake for 20-30 minutes.

    Serve with Homemade Jam, Almond Butter or anything else yummy!

    Coconut Flour Pancakes with jam
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    10 Responses to “Recipe: Coconut Flour Oven Pancakes”

    1. Heather says:

      We love Hootenanny’s here, but this looks wonderful! We love coconut milk, but never tried the coconut flour before…does it taste really coconutty? (Is that a word?!) :)

      • Amber says:

        If coconutty isn’t a word it is now! :) It didn’t taste like coconut, but it was pretty dense. Not like the picture showed from bob’s red mill. I am wondering if it’s because I used coconut milk out of a can?

        • Heather says:

          Oh, I was thinking Coconut Milk from carton is what you used, not from a can…yes, that may have made it more dense. I will have to look into that flour as I am wanting to experiment more with baking goods. We love the look of a Hootenanny as it rises then falls from the oven…always a showstopper when the family gathers around :) Thanks for the comment back…I appreciate it!

    2. Talaena says:

      I found this stove top coconut pancake recipe a while back and I love it!! The only thing I changed was using our goats milk instead of coconut milk and not using coconut nectar. They have a sweet taste and are very filling!

      http://paleospirit.com/2011/coconut-flour-paleo-pancakes/

    3. Marci says:

      I’ve got some in the oven right now! The batter seems pretty runny to me with all of those eggs…guess I will know in 28 minutes!

      • Amber says:

        Please let me know :)

        • Marci says:

          It turned out really well! I think I cooked for a few more minutes then the recipe stated but it was a big hit at our house! I also used almond flour because I couldn’t find coconut flour and we had it with our homemade marionberry jam! We will definitely be making this again! :)

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    5. Sherry says:

      Is a whole cube of butter necessary? When I make German pancakes, I just use 4 tbls.

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