Gluten Free Coconut Pancakes – Cooking for Dogs

Gluten Free Coconut Pancakes – Cooking for Dogs

Gluten Free Soy Free Coconut Pancakes

Sunday Morning Breakfasts are a big deal at our house.

A family favourite is (and always has been) pancakes. There’s something about pancakes that is just so cozy and breakfast-y. Even the dogs love pancakes, once Kolchak stole and hid a plateful of pancakes left forgotten on the kitchen counter. I found them hours later, tucked into the back of his kennel. I guess he was “saving them for later”.

When we switched our dogs to a grain-free diet, we had to stop sharing pancakes with them.
We discovered Felix had a grain-allergy and all these floury treat we’re at the root of his terrible itchiness. Every weekend, I’d make breakfast and those big, puppy dog eyes would stare up at me from the kitchen floor. It broke my heart.

That’s when we started making coconut flour pancakes.
A tasty, grain-free alternative to regular pancakes, these have quickly become a family favourite and taken the place of our old recipe. They’re definitely not your traditional pancakes though. They have a rich egg-y taste, a hint of coconutty sweetness and because of the added protein, they’re really filling.

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Coconut Pancakes
Gluten Free Soy Free Coconut Pancakes perfect for Christmas or New Year's Morning for the entire family!
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Cuisine: Gluten Free
Recipe type: Breakfast
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Ingredients
  • ¾ c. coconut flour
  • 1 tsp. baking soda
  • Pinch of salt
  • 4 eggs, room temp
  • 1 c. coconut milk
  • 2 tsp. vanilla
  • 1 tsp. real maple syrup
  • Coconut oil, for frying
  • Real Maple Syrup, Coconut Cream or Fruit, for topping
Instructions
  1. Preheat griddle or frying pan to medium-high. Stir in coconut milk, vanilla & maple syrup.
  2. In a medium bowl, sift the coconut flour. (I know ¾ c. isn’t much flour, but coconut soaks up a whole lot of moisture. You’ll be surprised!) Add in the baking soda & salt.
  3. In a separate bowl, beat the eggs until frothy, around 2 minutes or so. (Don’t skip this step! It’s important.) Add vanilla & maple syrup.
  4. Pour a little more than half of the wet mixture into the flour mixture and stir together until all the flour is mixed in. Allow the mix to sit for 5 minutes, so the coconut can absorb the liquid. Slowly add the rest of the liquid until your batter is the consistency of thick brownie batter.
  5. Melt a small amount of coconut oil in your pan. Ladle small amounts of batter onto your pan. You don’t want to make big pancakes. This recipe works great if you make “silver dollar” pancakes that aren’t bigger than a couple inches in diameter. Bigger pancakes might break apart.
  6. Cook for a 3 – 5 minutes, until the top starts to dry and the bottom is browned (don’t look for the usual “pancake bubbles”.) Flip pancakes and cook for a few minutes more.
Notes
Serve plain to your dogs (if you are sharing), but humans will appreciate these Gluten Free Coconut Pancakes topped with coconut cream, maple syrup and/or fruit.

 

Gluten Free Coconut Pancakes

Gluten Free Coconut Pancakes are delicious with caramelized bananas. Really delicious! What would you serve them with?

A huge thank you to our Cooking for Dogs Editor Jodi for all of her amazing recipes over the last year. This will be her last recipe with Two Little Cavaliers as she is now going to be spending more time on her own Blog Kol’s Notes. We wish Jodi, Kolchak, and Felix good luck and hope they will come and visit with us again soon. We know their recipes will be missed by so many of our readers.

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  1. Please let us know what you think of the new recipe format. Do you like it? Hate it? Wish is was different somehow? Do you like that it is printer friendly?

  2. I never considered making pancakes for dogs!
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  3. I don’t know if the dog would get any….unless I drop one or two on the floor, hehe!

  4. I like the new format…
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  5. My dogs love anything that they think is human food!!

    Dawn
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  6. Your dogs must love you. This sounds delicious!
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  7. Dawn Poole says:

    I cannot wait to make these for my babies!!

  8. ing usally does not eat any type of human food i have friend who
    make them some goodies somethimes

  9. Kelly Ann T. says:

    I’m off work this week and this look like a great way to use some of my new cookware. I’m sure my dogs will love these and I can make them with a few apples on top. My dogs love apples.

  10. YUM! Those look amazing! I love coconut and pancakes, but I’ve never tried them together before… I can’t wait to try them!

  11. My dog would be so thrilled if we made these!

  12. with the coconut pancakes I’d have fresh fruit, little of it too.

  13. I don’t know how I missed these…yet another delicious sounding recipe.

  14. I will have to try these if I can find coconut flour
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  15. meegan whitford says:

    These look so yummy I am going to have to try these and my dog will love them I already know that! Thanks for the recipe

  16. Karen Glatt says:

    This is a really delicious recipe for Coconut Pancakes. I love Pancakes and so does the rest of my family! I am going to make these and give one to my dog Biggles. He would love these!

  17. Mmmmm YUM! These look SO GOOD!
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  18. OMG these sound delicious. I never would have thought that a dog would eat a pancake with coconut in it. I didnt think they liked coconut- but pancakes they would probably eat.
    This is a great gluten free recipe for everyone. thanks so much for enlightening me on this

  19. Kimberly Listrud says:

    LoL! I had to laugh out loud at Kolchack stealing pancakes and saving some for later. I had a dog once who stole a whole cheese cake I made and had just finished putting the cherry pie filling on top when I had to go get the phone I think it was. I came back to cherry pie filling all over and a dog with a messy guilty face and a full tummy. I was mad at the time because I was looking forward to that all day long but I did have to laugh once I calmed down. Just wished he would have saved me a piece! The pancakes sound like they would be yummy in our puppies tummies.

  20. will have to try these coco pancakes, FINALLY a recipe to make something with coco flour, yay…. will add chocolate chips for me, yummy, maybe kahlua for new years (also for me) don’t want to get cici drunk… she is silly enough on her own… happy new years !!!
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  21. cici LOVES straight plain coco oil, I slather it on my fingers and she happily slobbers it up…by the way…
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  22. Coconut is one of my favorite flavors for anything-these sound incredible,and I eat pancakes/breakfast food anytime-it’s a great dinner. I will definately be trying these soon. ‘We’ will all enjoy them.

  23. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    I don’t like coconut, but I bet my dogs would love these.

  24. Charlotte Raynor says:

    I have never given my pups pancakes but I can see where these would be healthier for them if I did. I like coconut so I might even like them. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  25. Dog Treats are great cooked at home a lady at church makes her own dog bones and the dogs love them. Thank you. Jerri Davis

  26. making me hungry….

  27. My daughter really wants a dog. Your blog is a great resource for when we decide to finally get one.

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