Paleo Lemon & Berry Pancakes with Coconut Cream

Paleo Pancake

Hey all! Emily here with a new recipe for you guys. These pancakes are so flavorful and some of the puffiest Paleo pancakes I have come across. They have tons of great flavors and are definitely not just your average pancake. These are great for a splurge breakfast but would also be great as a dessert. Here is the recipe:

Paleo Pancake
  • 1.5 cups almond flour, pulsed in food processor or blender for finer texture
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 3 eggs
  • 5 Tbsp lemon juice
  • 2 Tbsp honey
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

In a medium bowl, sift together the dry ingredients.

Paleo Pancake

In 2 separate bowls, separate the eggs. Beat the whites until they form peaks. This will really help make your pancakes fluffy. If you want to skip this step, you can, but your pancakes will not have quite the same texture.

Paleo Pancake
Paleo Pancake

Blend together the egg yolks, lemon juice, and vanilla. Add these liquids to the dry ingredients and mix well.

Paleo Pancake
Paleo Pancake

Once the batter is thoroughly mixed, fold in the egg whites. Do this gently so as not to deflate the whites.

Paleo Pancake

These pancakes work best in a pan set on medium-low heat. They need to cook pretty well before you flip them and you don’t want one side to burn. Silver dollar size works best. Flip the cakes with a thin, metal spatula when they begin to bubble and the edges start to form.

Paleo Pancake

The best toppings for these pancakes are mixed berries and coconut cream. We used frozen berries, and thawed them to benefit from their juices and we also mixed in a bit of honey to make a berry syrup. Coconut cream is what is found at the top of a can of coconut milk, before you mix the waters into it. It melts over the warm pancakes and is delicious!

The last step is to devour your awesome stack of Paleo treats! I hope you guys enjoy this!

Recipe found at urbanposer, and modified by us!

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  • Nikki

    For some reason this recipe is missing something. It never looked like pancake batter. Maybe too much flour??

    • Jerred

      Hey Nikki,

      We looked over the recipe and instructions and it doesn’t look like we missed anything. Our pancake batter came out pretty thin as opposed to thick. I would just double check to make sure your almond flour is very finely ground. Coarse almond flour could absorb more of the liquid, not 100% on that though.

      Let me know if you have any more questions.

  • rebareece

    These are absolutely delicious! I have made these several times with rave reviews… even from 3 super-finicky kiddos!

    • Jerred

      Thanks! Glad to hear it!