With the high-carb-count foods dominating the menus at restaurants and grocery stores, it can be difficult to find low-carb alternatives. What if you want a quick, healthy breakfast option? Instead of the traditional pancakes, try these dairy-free, egg-free pancakes. Made with almond flour and coconut milk, they’re easy to make and a great alternative to pancakes and waffles. These pancakes are also excellent for special diets (“dairy-free”, “egg-free”, “nut-free” etc.).

Making pancakes at home is a great way to start the morning, especially if they’re low-carb. This recipe is dairy-free, so it’s a great option for anyone who is lactose intolerant. It’s also a great alternative to traditional pancakes, since they’re nut-free. If you’re not a fan of coconut flour, you can replace it with your favourite flour, such as soy or almond flour.

Are you ready to ditch those unhealthy high-carb pancakes? They’re full of eggs, butter, and white flour. Even worse, they spike your blood sugar and create a sugar rush, followed by a crash and hunger. Instead of pancakes that are hard to keep down, try these dairy-free, nut-free pancakes that are tender and fluffy.

Coconut pancakes with a low carb count



Start your day off right with these low-carb melt-in-your-mouth egg pancakes, which are full and fulfilling and have a subtle coconut flavor. Serve with fresh berries or melted butter on top of these fluffy dairy-free treats.

Medium (25 + 15 m)



    1. Separate the yolks from the egg whites and use a hand mixer to beat the egg whites with a pinch of salt. Whip the mixture until firm peaks form, then put it aside.

    2. Whisk together the yolks, oil, and coconut milk in a separate dish.

    3. Combine the coconut flour and baking powder in a mixing bowl. To make a smooth batter, combine all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl.

    4. Fold the egg whites into the batter gently. Allow 5 minutes for the batter to rest.

    5. On low to medium heat, fry for a couple of minutes on each side in butter or coconut oil. Flip with care!

Suggestions for serving

Serve with fresh berries and/or melted butter.