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Old 02-23-2011, 09:35 AM   #1
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Coconut Flour Pancakes?

Hi All,

I did a search but didn't find any low(er/est) carb coconut flour pancake recipes.

Maybe they are buried in a longer thread, but if you could post your versions here, that would be great

I did see one that had oat flour in it, but it was 12g per serving .

Excited to see what you come up with
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Old 02-23-2011, 12:50 PM   #2
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This is my absolute favorite, number one recipe for pancakes. This recipe is the only reason I even buy coconut milk.

Coconut Milk Pancakes

2 eggs
1 pkt Splenda
2 T coconut oil or butter, melted
dash salt
¼ tsp vanilla
3 T coconut flour
½ cup coconut milk
1/8 tsp baking powder

In a bowl, blend together eggs, oil, vanilla, coconut milk, Splenda and salt. In another bowl, combine coconut flour and baking powder, mixing thoroughly. Combine dry ingredients with wet to form a smooth batter. Heat 1 T oil in a skillet or griddle. Spoon batter onto hot surface, making pancakes about 2 ½ - 3 inches around.

Here's the nutritional info I get per pancake, using info on my ingredients(fiber subtracted):
1/8th of recipe: 69 cal, 2.1g protein, 6.7g fat, 1g carb
1/9th of recipe: 62 cal, 1.8g protein, 6g fat, .9g carb
1/10th of recipe: 55 cal, 1.7g protein, 5.4g fat, .8g carb

I love these things with some butter and a little lc syrup for dipping. They're quite filling, too. One batch usually makes me 3 day's worth of 'cakes.
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Old 02-23-2011, 07:35 PM   #3
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Awesome! I'll try them this weekend
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Ooo, I love coconut!
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I tried one recipe and it was so fluffy and good except it wasn't sweet enough.
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I tried one recipe and it was so fluffy and good except it wasn't sweet enough.
We can fix sweet-- fluffy is hard to find! What recipe did you use? Please post or link to it here
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Fluffy Coconut Flour Pancakes

I used 1/4 cup measure and it made 8 pancakes. Very thick and fluffy But I need more sweetness.
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I saved this recipe awhile back but haven't tried them yet but they sound so good!! Only problem is that I can't stand sugar free tasting syrups so not sure what to eat my pancakes with?? Anyone have a suggestion?

Pancakes

2 eggs
2 tablespoons Organic Virgin Coconut Oil or butter, melted
2 tablespoons coconut milk or whole milk
1 teaspoon sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sifted Organic Coconut Flour
1/4 teaspoon baking powder

Blend together eggs, oil, coconut milk, sugar and salt. Combine coconut flour with baking powder and thoroughly mix into batter. Heat 1 tablespoon of coconut oil in a skillet. Spoon batter onto hot skillet making pancakes about 2-1/2 to 3 inches in diameter. Batter will be thick, but will flatten out when cooking. Makes about 8 pancakes.
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We made LC waffles over the weekend and I heated up some frozen strawberries on the stove with a little sweetener and kinda mashed them up. They cooked down to a yummy sauce.

I'm not a big syrup fan so that worked for me. You could also spread with PB, cream cheese, just plain butter or a sugar free fruit spread that is low enough to fit in with your WOE.
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Thanks Brittone2 ~ I will continue to try different products and recipes till I find something I like. I can't stand Splenda for some reason....its so fake tasting and Stevia is bitter to me. There are a few other products but some have given me horrible lower GI issues (loL).
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I just realized my recipe is almost identical to Mommy22boys recipe!!
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I just realized my recipe is almost identical to Mommy22boys recipe!!
My recipe comes from Bruce Fife's Cooking with Coconut Flour. I love these things, though the fluffy coconut flour pancakes recipe linked by dollkey looks interesting. I may give that one a try sometime.
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I just realized my recipe is almost identical to Mommy22boys recipe!!
Yep, I was going to compare the 2 side by side but they do look similar... I grabbed some from here, and doubled the one that only has 2 eggs to make a larger batch (so both me and DH can have, and *maybe* have leftovers ).

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My recipe comes from Bruce Fife's Cooking with Coconut Flour. I love these things, though the fluffy coconut flour pancakes recipe linked by dollkey looks interesting. I may give that one a try sometime.
Mine came from a site that sells a popular organic coconut flour so I won't post the link as it's violating the terms here at LCF.
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Hmmm. . .what happened to my post that Linny quoted? I didn't link to any websites in it. . .no TOS violation there. I mentioned the name of a book. That can't be verbotten, since books are discussed here all the time. WTH?
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I saved this recipe awhile back but haven't tried them yet but they sound so good!! Only problem is that I can't stand sugar free tasting syrups so not sure what to eat my pancakes with?? Anyone have a suggestion?
I used to mix a little maple extract with melted butter and splenda for things like this.
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LOL! Yes, I see it too. I don't know why I missed it earlier. Could have sworn it was gone. . .must be spending too much time in here. . .
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Fluffy Coconut Flour Pancakes

I used 1/4 cup measure and it made 8 pancakes. Very thick and fluffy But I need more sweetness.
OMGosh! I made these earlier today. I used 1/4 cup Splenda for baking. Wonderful!!
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Linny...sometimes I heat up some sugar-free jam and pour it over pancakes. If it's not runny enough, just add a little water to it.
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Linny...sometimes I heat up some sugar-free jam and pour it over pancakes. If it's not runny enough, just add a little water to it.
Now thats a thought! I love maple syrup but for some reason all the "fake" stuff is just horrible to me. I may try adding some maple flavor and Ideal to whipped cream and try that too.
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OH-- I once (pre-LC) had some awesome raisin bread from a bakery in Vermont, and they sell a loaf with this maple butter... probably just butter whipped with maple syrup.

You could do a LC version, butter and maple flavor and the sweetner of your choice (or combo, they all do seem to work best in combination).

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I love anything VERMONT ~ that butter sounds great. Going to do a google search for recipes now!!

SWeeteater, NICE pancakes!!
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OH-- I once (pre-LC) had some awesome raisin bread from a bakery in Vermont, and they sell a loaf with this maple butter... probably just butter whipped with maple syrup.

You could do a LC version, butter and maple flavor and the sweetner of your choice (or combo, they all do seem to work best in combination).

OK, I was just watching Ina Garten and this recipe was featured on her show. I could actually use the SF version of orange marmalade and try that on the pancakes!!! Getting hungry just thinking about it:

Orange Butter
by Ina Garten

* 1/4 pound unsalted butter, at room temperature
* 1/2 cup good orange marmalade
* 1/8 teaspoon kosher salt

Combine the butter, orange marmalade, and salt in the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. Serve at room temperature.
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I have SF orange marmalade that I haven't used yet!
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That will certainly cut down the carb count on the SF jam, to mix it (looks like) 50-50 with butter. Very clever!
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This is my absolute favorite, number one recipe for pancakes. This recipe is the only reason I even buy coconut milk.

Coconut Milk Pancakes

2 eggs
1 pkt Splenda
2 T coconut oil or butter, melted
dash salt
¼ tsp vanilla
3 T coconut flour
½ cup coconut milk
1/8 tsp baking powder

In a bowl, blend together eggs, oil, vanilla, coconut milk, Splenda and salt. In another bowl, combine coconut flour and baking powder, mixing thoroughly. Combine dry ingredients with wet to form a smooth batter. Heat 1 T oil in a skillet or griddle. Spoon batter onto hot surface, making pancakes about 2 ½ - 3 inches around.

Here's the nutritional info I get per pancake, using info on my ingredients(fiber subtracted):
1/8th of recipe: 69 cal, 2.1g protein, 6.7g fat, 1g carb
1/9th of recipe: 62 cal, 1.8g protein, 6g fat, .9g carb
1/10th of recipe: 55 cal, 1.7g protein, 5.4g fat, .8g carb

I love these things with some butter and a little lc syrup for dipping. They're quite filling, too. One batch usually makes me 3 day's worth of 'cakes.
I just made these for breakfast and they were delicious. Mine were pretty thin (XL eggs) and I really like them that way, I don't like super thick pancakes.
The texture was great and they didn't have a weird artificial taste.

I think tomorrow I will mix some cream cheese and Nature's Hollow SF jam and try them with that.

THANKS!
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