Cinnamon Banana Paleo Pancakes

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In a mixing bowl mash bananas with a fork. Small chunks are desirable. Add eggs, cinnamon, coconut flour, agave (optional dried blueberries). Mix well.

Preheat pan. Grease pan with coconut oil and add mix as you would any other pancake. Sprinkle coconut flakes over the top of pancake while first side is cooking. Keep an eye on pancakes, they do not bubble like batter pancakes and will burn. When ready flip.

You can adjust the agave (or even omit) and cinnamon to taste. I actually prefer a bit more cinnamon. If your bananas are really ripe less agave is needed.

Also I would highly recommend the dried blueberries. Fresh blueberries add too much moisture and pancakes do not hold together. Simply add dried blueberries when mixing in bowl.

One word of caution. Be careful not to put too much coconut flour, it will make the pancake very dry.



  • 3 Eggs
  • 2 Bananas
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon (adjust to taste)
  • 1 Tbsp Agave (adjust to taste) or sweetener of choice
  • 2 Tbsp Coconut Flour
  • Unsweetened Coconut Flakes
  • Dried blueberries (optional)
  • Coconut Oil


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Comments (15)

  1. posted by Judy Oxley on September 30, 2012

    These tasted great but I could not get them to stick together so they were a hot mess…haha, any secrets on getting to them to stick together when flipping?

  2. posted by rfdl4 on October 1, 2012

    I have had that same problem. I have found liberal use of coconut oil on the pan helps. But even then time to time they will do that. Originally I didn’t use coconut flour and had this problem all the time, the flour helps. Also if you have big bananas try and extra egg. Good luck!!

  3. posted by Kelly on October 15, 2012

    I’m definitely having issues having them stick together

  4. posted by Roth on October 22, 2012

    I found these pretty easy to make although I mixed a little almond flour with the coconut to make it less dry. Added dried cranberries as well as blueberries. Nom!

  5. posted by engelmadchen on October 30, 2012

    Very good. I left out the sweetener and it was really good.

  6. posted by Jenny on November 10, 2012

    These did not hold together, but came out more like a banana scramble! But still delicious!!!! I ate them all!

  7. posted by refitzma on November 18, 2012

    I think if you let the batter sit for a while before making them (15 min or so), the coconut flour is able to absorb more and it helps them stick together. I also added walnuts, 1.5 tbsp homemade pumpkin pie spice in stead of just cinnamon, and they came out great! But I also had the batter sitting out while I did other kitchen tasks and they held together perfectly!

  8. posted by Ramita on November 25, 2012

    I made them really small so they could fit on my spatula for flipping purposes, and they came out fine.

  9. posted by Francesca on November 26, 2012

    Not bad! I had no problems with the pancakes falling apart. I did one small ish ripe banana, 1 egg, and a little less than a tablespoon of coconut flour. They were almost too sweet, so less sweetener next time for me.

  10. posted by Jeffrey Lien on December 6, 2012

    What do you use for syrup?

  11. posted by Allison on December 17, 2012

    I make these regularly with just the eggs, bananas, cinnamon & coconut flour and they are awesome. My 3 kids devour them!!

  12. posted by kraswa on January 1, 2013

    I heated the blueberries separately and poured them on top of the pancakes. Very yummy!

  13. posted by quity1982 on January 10, 2013

    Great pancake alternative ! I added protein powder, cinnamon and organic vanilla extract. My two year old loves them and they kept my appetite satisfied :)

  14. posted by Joan on January 20, 2013

    I added dark cocoa powder and left the sweetener out. They were the best pancakes I ever had!!

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