Gluten Free Banana Pancakes Posted on February 24, 2013

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These delicious gluten and dairy free pancakes are incredibly easy and an unbelievably tasty alternative to a breakfast favourite.

Coconut Flour is very high in protein and fibre hence, very low in net carbohydrates. It is a gluten free substitute without any added soy flours and is available from all good health food stores

Gluten Free Banana Pancakes
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
15 mins
 
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Dairy Free, Gluten Free
Servings: 4 people
Ingredients
  • 2 ripe bananas, large
  • 1/4 cup coconut flour
  • 3 free-range eggs
  • 1 pinch sea-salt
  • Oil for cooking
Instructions
  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a food processor until well combined. The finished mixture to resemble the consistency of a traditional pancake batter.
  2. Melt a tablespoon of coconut oil in a fry-pan over medium heat. Add the pancake mixture to the pan using a serving spoon – I find smaller “pikelet” size works best. Flip once the pancake is golden brown on the flat side (approx 3minand repeat on the reverse.
  3. Once cooked, remove from heat. Form pancake stacks and top with fresh berries or even a freshly stewed apple and a dollop of your favourite full-fat organic yoghurt. No sweetener required! YUM!

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Written by Alyse Co-cliff

Alyse Co-cliff

Holistic health coach, Author, Speaker and Passionate Whole-Foodie committed to helping others nourish their body from the inside out. 
"It's all about simple and effective, no BS nutritional advice and real time solutions for the busy individual. Good health doesn't have to be hard work" Alyse x



7 thoughts on “Gluten Free Banana Pancakes

  1. Tracey

    Hi Alyse, my 6yo daughter has recently been diagnosed (via blood test)as allergic to wheat, casein, tomatoes, kidney beans & egg white. I have used No Egg powdered egg replacer a couple of times, just wondering if it would be suitable for this recipe & if you have any comment on using egg replacer. Regards, Tracey

  2. Alyse Cocliff Post author

    Hi Tracey,
    I am not a huge fan of a commercial egg replacers, only because they are often full of a number of nasty fillers and substitutes. I had a client with similar allergies and we found that Chia Seeds worked well.
    CHIA SEEDS EGG REPLACER – To replace a large egg, soak 1 Tbs. chia seeds in 3 Tbs. water for 5 minutes until the mixture has the texture of a raw egg.
    You might want to try giving this ago? We also used mashed banana and pureed apple in some recipes also. Hope this helps!

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  4. Tina Ritchie

    These were amazing! Hubby couldn’t believe they were healthy im sure you will have many more admirers of this great recipe 🙂

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