Mini Coconut Flour Pancakes

Mini Coconut Flour Pancakes

This is my new favorite versatile recipe.  I will probably re-visit this every other week or so.  It makes these adorable, but sturdy little pancake circles, that I use for a PB&J sandwich!  It is such a treat for the kids, and I enjoy it as a mid-afternoon snack.  You could eat them for breakfast too, which we probably will at some point, but this way I can stretch them the whole week, and the kids think it’s better than the old PB&J on soaked wheat bread!  I adapted this recipe, as I felt it needed a little more sweet and salt.




RECIPE: (makes 2 dozen+)

8 eggs

½ C coconut flour

½ C plain yogurt

2 T honey + 2 servings of stevia (or more honey to taste)

¾ t real salt

1 T cinnamon, 1 T vanilla extract, ¼ t cloves

Butter to sauté in

Toppings: Real maple syrup, butter and honey, PB&J or fruit jam



  1. Mix all ingredients in bowl until smooth.
  2. Let sit for 5 or so minutes to let the coconut flour absorb the liquids.
  3. Heat butter in large cast-iron griddle.  (keep on low or coconut flour will burn)
  4. Spoon out 1 tbsp-sized pancakes to cover the whole pan.
  5. Cook for 2-3 minutes a side until golden brown and darker on edges.



Store in container in the fridge for an easy on-the-go snack!  Or enjoy them for a nutritious and filling breakfast.


 My 1 year old can NOT get enough of them, he goes crazy when I make them! This is a great replacement to those Gerber puffed foods they make for babies on-the-go.



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