Paleo Pancakes

Tuesday, June 03, 2014 Alanna Figueira 6 Comments

I'm over-blogging a little here, but I have so many recipes to share and I will not be posting next week.  I have a little surprise in store!  

These have been on my blog for awhile, but with my whipped cream, so I wanted to make a place for them to be more easily accessed and I made the recipe here a little larger of a batch.  I love these pancakes, and we are pancake freaks in my house.  I make pancakes at least once a week, and I always have cold pancakes in the fridge for snacks for my son.  These are super easy, just dump everything in the blender, blend til smooth and pan fry in fat.   Ghee, butter or coconut oil are all good fats to cook in.  They are nice and fluffy and even a little chewy because of the tapioca, which I love! You can substitute arrowroot, but I do like tapioca better. 


1/3 cup tapioca flour
1/4 cup almond flour
1/4 cup coconut flour
3 large eggs
1/4 cup full fat coconut milk, blended then measured if fat has separated from liquid
1 Tbsp raw honey
1 tsp vanilla
2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp sea salt


1.  Heat your skillet to medium-low.

2.  Dump eggs in the blender.

3.  Dump everything else in the blender and blend until smooth.

3.  Let it sit for about 5 minutes, allowing the baking powder to do it's thing. 

4.  Pan fry in butter, ghee or coconut oil.  Makes about 9 medium sized (1-2tbsp batter per cake) pancakes. Enjoy!

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  1. Love you Alana! Totally gonna order almond flour right now. I have the others. -happyhomemaker_

  2. Hey, Alana! Do you know if the batter could be made in advance and refrigerated until the next day to use? Thanks so much!

  3. The batter seemed very thick and would not spread. Are the measurements correct? Not even my Vitamix could mix it because of how thick it was. I thinned it down quite a bit with more milk.

    1. Hi, the measurements are correct, I make these almost once a week! Is if possible you used too much flour or small eggs? The batter is slightly thicker than traditional pancake batter, but it works beautifully!

  4. These F'EN ROCK! My non paleo, none gluten free friends and family can't tell the difference!

  5. These are the best pancakes I've had in my life, Paleo or otherwise!! Sadly my little breastfeeding guy has an egg allergy, has anyone tried these with an egg replacement of any kind?