Peanut flour pancakes are a simple recipe to make out of that jar of peanut flour you have in your cupboard, wondering what to make with it. Apart from smoothies. A great low carb and gluten free breakfast that is easy to make.
Peanut flour makes a light and delicious low carb and gluten free pancake. You could make them as thick as you want them, but we have them just above a light thickness. This mixture would be great in a waffle machine too. I am hunting for a waffle machine over the island but have yet to find one. There must be one in a small corner shop somewhere. Well, that’s what I keep telling myself! It’s the same scenario as hunting down a spiralizer on the island. I found one once in a hardware store when I was looking for paint. A rather strange collection but hey, welcome to island shopping!
These peanut flour pancakes are a wonderful Sunday morning breakfast as they are filling as well as being delicious. They are a welcome reward for a long walk on the beach with the dogs. Especially as we get up early to walk them. I will cook a batch of these then crawl back to bed for a “power nap”.
I also use peanut flour to make a batch of banana peanut butter pupcakes for my dogs. It's lower in calories and fat for them. My mini zoo also enjoy my baking!
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WHAT IS PEANUT FLOUR?
Peanut flour is a type of flour made from ground, roasted peanuts and is also known as peanut butter powder. Peanut flour comes in different varieties, including full-fat and defatted, with the latter having lower fat content. Peanut flour is available in most health food stores and online retailers.
IS PEANUT FLOUR KETO FRIENDLY?
Peanut flour or peanut powder is a great low carb flour to use in baking. A 1oz (28g) serving has just 5 grams net carbohydrates. It's lower in carbs than coconut flour too and has a great protein content.
We love making with it and have a few peanut flour recipes you might want to try. I recommend the muffins as they raise so high!
This keto pancake is a simple recipe, but let's face it, pancakes are pretty easy to make!
- Peanut butter powder - we used the Naked brand that is made with 100% peanuts and no added sugars. I ordered it from Amazon but I believe large stores may sell it too.
- Sweetener - for the sweetener we used allulose but any other sweetener such as monk fruit or erythritol can be used.
- Coconut milk - these pancakes can be make with canned coconut milk or carton almond flour. If the batter is too thick, add a dash more.
HOW TO MAKE PEANUT FLOUR PANCAKES
I have kept this pancake recipe simple for you to play around with. Go crazy and add chocolate chips, some spices or just have them plain and smothered with butter!!
We cooked them in our Dash mini griddle maker, to keep an even shape but they cook great in a pan too.
Mix the pancakes ingredients in a bowl.
Whisk until smooth.
Spoon into your pancake maker or in a pan.
Flip when you see bubbles.
These keto pancakes keep well in the fridge, if you have any leftovers or want to make them ahead. Store them in an airtight container and reheat in the pan or microwave.
Freeze them in an zip lock bag and they will last up to 3 months in the freezer. Defrost in the refrigerator and reheat, ready for breakfast or brunch.
MORE LOW CARB PANCAKE RECIPES
Pancakes make a great breakfast with a side of eggs and bacon or serve them with berries and cream!
Peanut Flour Pancakes
- In a bowl place the peanut flour, baking powder and salt together and mix.
- Add the eggs, coconut milk, vanilla extract and allulose and mix well until a thick batter is produced.
- Heat the coconut oil in a frying pan on a medium heat.
- Gently spoon about ¼ cup of pancake mixture into the frying pan and cook until bubbles have appeared and the mixture seems firm (about 2-3 minutes).
- Flip over and cook the other side for 2-3 minutes.
- Or cook the pancakes in a mini Dash pancake maker.
- Eat and enjoy!
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