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    Single Serving Coconut Pancake Recipe

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    FINALLY. I have tried and failed 3 times previously in getting this recipe right! I don't know how coconut flour affects other people but personally I can only handle a couple tablespoons for the day. I get plenty of fiber from the vegetables I take in daily! Without further adieu, my 3 huge pancakes or 6 little ones recipe to calm your hunger with a bitter chocolate sauce

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    Hi there - thanks for this. I thought it was going to be just a pared down (1 serving size) version of Mark's coconut pancakes, but your recipe is actually different. Two questions - why do you need to sift the flour (I've made them about 3x and never done that - does it make them fluffier or less eggy?). And what is the purpose of the vinegar?

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    the sifted flour allows it to be more evenly distributed in your egg mixture. this is the first time i've actually thought it didn't taste like a huge egg patty haha. the vinegar reacts with the baking soda to create carbonic acid which is an unstable compound so C02 will leave the system causing bubbles. in the end it makes for a fluffier pancake instead of being super dense and dry baking is delicious science!!

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    3 eggs
    2 tbsp coconut flour
    4 tbsp almond flour
    1/2 tsp baking soda

    cinnamon/vanilla/cocoa powder/whatever to taste

    I consider this single serve because it makes two big pancakes

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    Too big.

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    1 1/2 scoops protein powder
    2 eggs
    2 tbsp cottage cheese
    1/4 tsp baking powder

    shredded coconut if you like

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccerGrok View Post
    1 1/2 scoops protein powder
    2 eggs
    2 tbsp cottage cheese
    1/4 tsp baking powder

    shredded coconut if you like
    How many grams per scoop of protein powder?

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    a little help please.....

    I have always avoided coconut flour recipes because I simply can't stand the taste or smell of coconut. It would be great if anyone here can assure me that the flour doesn't smell of coconut. I just don't want to waste my money. Thanks all.

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    Oooh. I need to start adding ACV to my pancakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobkat View Post
    a little help please.....

    I have always avoided coconut flour recipes because I simply can't stand the taste or smell of coconut. It would be great if anyone here can assure me that the flour doesn't smell of coconut. I just don't want to waste my money. Thanks all.
    Wow I'm so glad I don't have your aversion to the greatest single food in the world.

    Coconut flour does taste like coconut, it is not as strong as shredded coconut.

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