Almond Flour Blueberry Pancakes, easy to make with 1 bowl, 7 ingredients, a non stick well oiled pan, and 10 to 15 minutes! There is something wonderful about almond flour and that's not necessarily a good thing because they taste so good you can eat them at one setting.
Do you need to oil the pan if it's non stick? A big resounding yes! Doesn't matter which pan you have, hopefully it is non stick though but regardless, you need to lightly oil it if you want the pancakes to come out without sticking to all sides of the pan. I have a video below this post and on YouTube, give it a look to see how often I keep brushing with oil.
These almond flour pancakes had to me made! There was no getting away from it after these simply amazingly ladle pancakes! I really do love almond flour, it's that texture thing again for me as an anosmic.
So how easy are these pancakes to make? Very easy! It doesn't get better than 1 bowl right? A few brushes of oil, low heat and you good to go with some fresh fruit and yogurt to serve. See below for some ideas on how to serve these pancakes.
ALMOND FLOUR PANCAKES
These pancakes are low carb so they are a much healthier option, fluffy and mega delicious! With spots of tender fresh blueberries bursting here and there, you simply have to try them.
Your 7 ingredients
- Almond flour
- Baking Powder
- Almond milk
- Vanilla essence
TIPS AND SUGGESTIONS
Make sure the pan is not too hot because pancakes don't like high heat so just keep it low and slow. When you see bubbles appear on the top it's time to turn them over.
SCOOPING THE BATTER
There are so many options. Look at these pancakes, I used a ladle?! I've never seen pancakes made with a ladle before but I wanted an extra large pancake and the ladle was there and it worked out beautifully! In this almond flour pancake recipe I used an ice-cream scoop. Its small and this type of batter needs smaller pancakes otherwise the whole thing is just one huge challenge.
I don't flip because sometimes I ace at it and other times - not so much so I use an egg lifter, it's a safe bet for me.
You can use a non stick egg lifter if you have a non stick pan so that you don't scratch the pan however, I find those non stick egg lifters a challenge. My regular egg lifter gets the job done. It slides in under the batter without getting stuck and I find that if the non stick plastic ones are thick they tend to not lift properly. Anyway you get the gist of this hopefully, use what works for you.
What to serve pancakes with:
- fresh blueberries
- ice cream
- sprinkle of cinnamon
Looking for more pancake recipes? Healthy and not so healthy ones:
- Super Simple Pancakes – Healthy Colorful Oatmeal Delicious
- OTT (Over The Top Pancakes)
- Spinach and Avocado Pancakes
- Food Porn Pancakes
- Flour-less Delicious Spinach Pancakes
- Flourless, Fluffy & Fabulous Pancakes
Almond Flour Blueberry Pancakes
- 1 cup Almond Flour
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ¼ cup almond milk
- 2 eggs beaten
- 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
- ½ cup fresh blueberries
- Heat a non stick pan one low to medium heat and brush it with vegetable oil.
- Add the almond flour, salt and baking powder, quick mix with the whisk. Add the milk, eggs, vanilla and combine well together. Add the blueberries, light mix.
- Use an ice cream scoop, ¼ cup measurement or spoon to drop spoonfuls of batter into the pan. Make sure the heat is low to medium, if your stove is temperamental, lower the heat even more because pancakes need slow low heat.
- Let them cook properly before turning over, about 3 minutes per side. Once cooked golden brown on both sides, remove onto a plate and serve with cream. a dollop of yogurt, honey and fruit.