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Coconut Kefir Pancakes


Mix everything but the egg and leave for a couple of hours room temp so that you can culture the mix. When ready to stoke 'em up, beat in the egg. For fresh flavor add small chunks of organic apples or even banana slices...or both.

Cook in stainless or cast iron fry pan with coconut oil. Never fry too hot that it smokes like crazy. That is bad.

Spoon out silver dollar or larger size, but smooth out if you like flat pancakes.

Set out on plate and sprinkle organic maple syrup or your favorite syrup over the delicious little gems. Enjoy!

Recipe submitted by: Kathy Fitzgerald, MA, Boston

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This sounds very good. Is it possible to use straight coconut flour?
# Posted By Dawn | 1/21/08 11:26 AM
I never heard of "kefir" What is it ???
# Posted By Lynn | 1/21/08 1:47 PM
I tried this recipe and really like it!

You can do an internet search on Kefir. It's kind of a liquid yogurt; very good for other uses. We used it in place of sour cream on tacos. I purchased it at my local health food store.
# Posted By Tammy | 2/18/08 4:34 PM
I'm sure you can use 100 % coconut flour with this recipe, but you'll probably have to use about 3 eggs at the very least, four or five would be more like it.

I've always found that (at least with baking) you usually need five eggs to every cup of coconut flour, but with pancakes it may be less.
# Posted By Sarah | 2/20/08 7:59 PM
Yikes! I thought these were AWFUL!! I was wary once the "batter" was made...it was more the consistency of cookie dough. There was no way to "pour" it onto the skillet. I had to form the pancakes by hand and kind of spread them onto the skillet. They turned out extremely dense and flour-y tasting. And so heavy! Is it really supposed to be 3/4 c coconut oil?? That seemed like a lot when I was making them. So disappointing! I'm going to try the flourless coconut pancake recipe from this website next time.
# Posted By Maren | 11/4/09 9:23 AM
Are you sure you followed the recipe exactly? The ingredient list doesn't have 3/4 cup coconut oil...it has 1/4 cup kefir and 1 cup water for the liquids. Other people have made this and it has turned out for them (see Tammy's comment). I'm sorry it didn't turn out for you. :(
# Posted By Sarah | 11/4/09 12:32 PM
Sarah -
Strange...this must be some computer glich....I'm looking at the recipe above and it clearly says "3/4 cup coconut oil", and there is no kefir or water listed in the recipe! If it's not too much trouble, could you copy the recipe into the "comment" section?? I would really love a good coconut pancake recipe!!
# Posted By Maren | 11/11/09 9:51 PM
Here it is:

Coconut Pancakes
Posted At : January 20, 2008 2:55 PM

* cup organic wheat flour
* cup organic coconut flour
* cup organic kefir
* 1 cup water
* 1 tablespoon organic unrefined sugar
* 1 organic egg

Mix everything but the egg and leave for a couple of hours room temp so that you can culture the mix. When ready to stoke 'em up, beat in the egg. For fresh flavor add small chunks of organic apples or even banana slices...or both.

Cook in stainless or cast iron fry pan with coconut oil. Never fry too hot that it smokes like crazy. That is bad.

Spoon out silver dollar or larger size, but smooth out if you like flat pancakes.

Set out on plate and sprinkle organic maple syrup or your favorite syrup over the delicious little gems. Enjoy!

Recipe submitted by: Kathy, Boston, MA
# Posted By Sarah | 11/12/09 10:45 AM
Would love to try this. Why does it take so many eggs per cup of coconut flour? Is it 4-5 eggs/cup of coconut flour?
# Posted By Lorna | 12/15/09 5:54 PM
Yes
# Posted By mike | 5/3/12 9:08 PM

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