Banana Coconut Flour Pancakes

These Banana Coconut Flour Pancakes are the perfect option for your weekend breakfast. This gluten free and dairy free recipe is super filling and tastes lovely with fresh fruit and maple syrup.

These Banana Coconut Flour Pancakes are the perfect option for your weekend breakfast. This gluten free and dairy free recipe is super filling and tastes lovely with fresh fruit and maple syrup. #healthy #glutenfree #pancakes

Who doesn’t love a good pancake?

Especially a gluten and dairy free version that everyone, allergy sufferers included, can enjoy.

This pancake is a great way to start a busy day as it’s packed with protein and will keep your engine running for hours.

These Banana Coconut Flour Pancakes are the perfect option for your weekend breakfast. This gluten free and dairy free recipe is super filling and tastes lovely with fresh fruit and maple syrup. #healthy #glutenfree #pancakes

Firstly, mash a ripe banana.

What? Doesn’t everyone have a stash of browning bananas on their counter? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

Protein Pancake

Add in coconut flour, eggs,  almond milk and baking powder and give them all a good stir.

Protein Pancake

Melt some coconut oil over medium low heat in your skillet and add in 1/4 of  your batter. It’s pretty thick-ish so you will have to spread it our with your fork.

It is definitely not the same texture as traditional, white flour based pancakes. Do not be afraid! The end result will not disappoint.

Protein Pancake

Cook for 3-5 minutes and flip over.

The key is low and slow.

Because the batter is fairly thick you don’t want your pancake to burn and you also don’t want a gooey mess in the middle so I like to keep the heat down and flip after about 5 minutes.

Repeat with the remaining batter.

Protein Pancake

There are endless ways to top a pancake but my favourites are berries or a good dollop of almond butter and some maple syrup.

Pair it up with nice cup of coffee and you’re good to go.

These Banana Coconut Flour Pancakes are the perfect option for your weekend breakfast. This gluten free and dairy free recipe is super filling and tastes lovely with fresh fruit and maple syrup. #healthy #glutenfree #pancakes

This recipe makes 4 medium pancakes and can be easily doubled.

That is…if you have enough brown bananas!

These Banana Coconut Flour Pancakes are the perfect option for your weekend breakfast. This gluten free and dairy free recipe is super filling and tastes lovely with fresh fruit and maple syrup. #healthy #glutenfree #pancakes

Looking for more healthier pancake ideas?

Brown Rice Flour Pancakes

Greek Yogurt Pancakes

Banana Bread Pancakes

*Originally posted April 15, 2013. Updated January 23, 2019*

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Banana Coconut Flour Pancakes – Gluten Free & Dairy Free

Sharon Rhodes
These Banana Coconut Flour Pancakes are the perfect option for your weekend breakfast. This gluten free and dairy free recipe is super filling and tastes lovely with fresh fruit and maple syrup. 
4.80 from 45 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Servings 2
Calories 205 kcal

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • In a large bowl, mix the first five ingredients together.
  • Heat coconut oil in skillet over medium-low heat
  • Spoon 1/4 of the batter into the pan, spreading the batter out with your fork into the shape of a pancake.
  • Cook for 4-5 minutes per side.

Nutrition

Serving: 2Calories: 205kcalCarbohydrates: 23gProtein: 8gFat: 9gSaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 163mgSodium: 137mgPotassium: 524mgFiber: 6gSugar: 8gVitamin A: 275IUVitamin C: 5.1mgCalcium: 170mgIron: 1.5mg
Keyword coconut flour pancakes, gluten free pancakes
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10 Comments

  1. Hi, you say add all ingredients together. But are you supposed to add the tsp of coconut oil to the mix or just Skillet?
    Thanks.

    1. Hey Dan! Yes, the coconut oil is for the skillet. Thanks for pointing that out! I’ve edited the recipe. Have a great weekend!

    1. Hi Elena! Thanks for checking out the site:) As far as counting calories and protein grams, there are many great resources on the internet, like Sparkpeople for instance, that have calorie counters where you can plug the ingredients in and it will give you all that info. My focus is on using whole, unprocessed, healthy ingredients.

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