Homemade paleo pancakes. Fluffiest pancakes of your life! These healthy almond flour pancakes are life-changing. You won’t believe these pancakes are gluten free and paleo, they are so good and light and fluffy. Easiest paleo pancake recipe.
Buckle up and get ready, because your life is about to change.
My breakfast game has just won gold with these fluffiest-ever pancakes.
They will change your life, change your mood, and make you go back for seconds.
We are talking fluffy factor to the 1000%!
There is nothing better than an epic stack of these cakes to set the tone for your morning.
Please, enjoy. 🙂
best ever paleo pancakes
I’ve been on the search for the best-ever-paleo-pancakes for ever now.
I test and retest and keep on testing recipes.
But this one: it’s a serious winner, you guys!
Drenched in maple syrup and topped with a pat of butter… I’ll be here for awhile.
The family also went crazy for these stacks of pancakes.
Wheat eaters or not, we all loved this easy paleo pancake recipe!
I hope you love it too- it’s a keeper. 🙂
Want to know my secret to getting the fluffiest ever paleo pancakes?
I use these english muffin rings, greased with coconut oil in the skillet and pour my batter into them.
That’s seriously all there is to it.
It’s a life-changing pancake hack and it is so worth it.
The result is a flawless stack of one inch thick pancakes; yes, you could burry yourself in them.
You can also make these pancakes without these english muffin tins, just like normal pancakes, but they won’t be as thick and fluffy!
So, it’s highly suggested.
I got my english muffin rings on amazon- right here.
- 1 1/2 cups almond flour
- 1/4 cup tapioca flour
- 2 large eggs
- 1/2 cup almond milk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
|Cook Time||10 minutes|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
- In a large mixing bowl combine all ingredients for pancakes and whisk until smooth.
- Heat a skillet on the stove over medium heat. Grease the edges of a few english muffin molds (link to the ones I use- in recipe notes). Set molds onto the skillet and lightly drizzle the skillet with oil.
- Once the skillet is heated, use a large ice-cream scoop and fill the molds, cover with a lid, and cook for 3-5 minutes until the pancakes have bubbles on the top and are mostly cooked, then flip and cook for another 1-2 minutes until fully cooked and golden. Note: you can also cook these like normal pancakes, but they won't be as fluffy and thick without the english muffin molds.
Amount Per Serving
Calories 215 Calories from Fat 135
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 15g 23%
Saturated Fat NaNg 0%
Trans Fat NaNg
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.2g
Monounsaturated Fat 1g
Cholesterol NaNmg 0%
Sodium 303mg 13%
Potassium 20mg 1%
Total Carbohydrates 15g 5%
Dietary Fiber 3g 12%
Protein 8g 16%
Vitamin A 1%
Vitamin C NaN%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Hii!! Hello! I made the recipe for 3 waffles and they broke. They didn’t stick together. Then I made it fot hotcakes and the same. 🙁 should they need more egg?
Hi Elizabeth, yes- if they are falling apart, it’s because they need more egg. 🙂 Enjoy!
Ho sorry! I submitted wrong my comment, it was on the recipe of sweet potatoes waffles not in this one
How many pancakes are in a serving? I see the pre-programmed recipe makes six but no notes on what that nutritional breakdown is for.
Hi Amanda, it’s one pancake per the nutrition label- for the super fluffy ones, if you are making them into normal pancakes, it will make 2-3 times as many pancakes, so then the nutrition info would be for 2-3 pancakes. 🙂
Hey Kaylie, great recipe! Really appreciate you sharing. Personally, pancakes are my weakness.
What is your favorite substitute for eggs for someone who has a food sensitivity to them? We’ve been trying some things out and would love your thoughts!
Hi Michael, I don’t know about using an egg sub with this recipe, I have a feeling it won’t turn out the same, but you could try a flax egg?
These pancakes look great. But wondering… with one pancake as a serving, is that enough for a meal?
Hi Linda, they are thick pancakes, so they are for me, but if you need more to get full, then go for it! 🙂 Enjoy!
Any egg free versions that are good?? It’s so hard to find egg free stuff that is actually good!
Hi Meg, I haven’t tried an egg free version of these.
Is there a substitute for the tapioca flour?
Yes, you can use arrowroot flour in place of tapioca. 🙂
I calculated this recipe and it came out to 193 calories 15 fat 10 carbs and 8 protein. 6 servings (each pancake) , that amount per serving. Can you explain how you calculated your nutritional information?
Will these freeze and thaw out ok?
Hi Melanie, yes- they freeze great!
Hi! I have a nut allergy and i was wondering if there is a substitution for the almond flour?
Hi Melissa, oat flour might work. 🙂
Just Curious, can you use coconut flour instead of almond flour?
Jason, Hi Jason, coconut flour would not be a good sub for almond flour in this recipe, because it absorbs a bunch of liquid and is more grainy. I recommend subbing oat flour if anything for almond. Hope that helps!
AMAZING. Is there a way for your recipe to be the very first to appear on Pinterest when we search for paleo pancakes? Bc these are as close to the non-paleo version you can get. My baby loved these and I loved that they don’t crumble and taste good without added sugar (even if it is coconut!). Bravo!
Wow, thank you so much Rebecca!
My pancakes came out alittle grainy. Is that normal?
Hi Faith, it’s probably from the almond flour.