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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Coconut Milk Pancakes

Today I ran out of boxed pancake mix and was looking for an easy recipe from scratch. I usually only cook from scratch unless I am brought home these little surprises from my hubby. Oh I don't mind the surprises as all. So searching for a simple and quick recipe I improvise the standard pancake recipe.

One day of the week I will make a big batch of pancakes and freeze them for the rest of the week as an easy and quick breakfast for my dear hubby or me when I need something to eat with my cup of coffee.

Being allergic to any dairy products I had to switch out some ingredients and here is my recipe for pancakes. This recipe makes many small pancakes. After they cooled, I used a piece of wax paper in between the pancakes and stored them in a large Ziploc Freezer bag and put them in the freezer. I did the same with a few but put them in the refrigerator instead.

So here is the recipe that I used.

Coconut Milk Pancakes

2 c. Self-Rising Flour

1/2 teas Salt

1 teas Baking Powder

2 Tbls Splenda

I can Coconut Milk (add water until the desired consistency you want)

1/2 c Canola Oil

2 Eggs or the equivalent of Egg Beaters if you are allergic to eggs.

1 teas. Vanilla extract or Imitation flavoring

Mix all together and pour the batter in the desired size you want on the 375 degree griddle. Turn after bubbles form and pancake looks a little dry.

© Debra K. Allen a.k.a Lady Guinevere


  1. I like the idea of using the wax paper between pancakes to store them so they don't stick. I might try that sometime!

    About your dairy allergy: have you tested to see that it is to lactose, as opposed to the chemicals they use to homogenize store bought milk? Sometimes people who think they are allergic to dairy are actually allergic to the additives.

    1. I have tested it and tested it many times and it is not the lactose or the additives. It is the Protein in the milk called Casien that I and my family are allergic too. Lactose does not cause sebaceaous cysts. The protiein does.

    2. Okay. That makes sense. Proteins are often a source of allergies. I am allergic to the protein in egg white.

    3. I am too, or have a low tolerance for that. I found out one Easter, just how many eggs that I could eat. I ended up in the ER with hives that year. I can only eat 2 eggs every few days.