Coconut Flour Waffles and Pancakes

prep:20 minutes
cook:10 minutes
Show nutritional information
  • Serves: 2
  • Calories: 424
  • Total Fat: 11g
  • Total Carbohydrate: 67g
  • Protein: 14g

The warm, sweet flavors of waffles make us think of lazy weekend mornings, enjoying a big breakfast with loved ones. This breakfast is an indulgence that we don’t enjoy too often, but it is great for a special occasion.

Serves: 2

Serves: 2decrease servingsincrease servings




Note, these instructions are written assuming the standard serving size, since you have modified the number of servings, these steps may need to be modified for best results
  1. In a medium-sized mixing bowl, blend all ingredients with a hand mixer.
  2. Heat waffle iron to “waffle” setting—typically medium-high heat.
  3. Drop batter into center of waffle iron to cover about 3/4 of area.
  4. This batter does not expand the way traditional flour waffles do.
  5. Waffles are done when they easily separate from the waffle iron, about 3–5 minutes.
  6. For the toppingHeat coconut oil in a nonstick frying pan on medium heat.
  7. Slice banana and add to frying pan.
  8. Sear banana slices until brown and crispy on the bottom side, then flip.
  9. Add pecans to frying pan and lightly toast with the seared banana slices.
  10. Top over waffles or pancakes and serve.


To make pancakes, use 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon instead of 1 tablespoon. In a medium-sized mixing bowl, blend all ingredients with a hand mixer. Heat coconut oil in a nonstick frying pan or griddle to medium heat. Pour 1/8 cup of batter into frying pan or griddle. Cook for 2 minutes, flip, then cook for 2 more minutes. repeat with the remaining batter.

Our recipes are created using Paleo, Primal and Gluten-free guidelines. Learn more about our diet and lifestyle at

Add a Note

My Notes:

Add a Note
Primal Palate Spice Blends

Other recipes you might like

Share a recipe

Upload your own recipes to Primal Palate, and help others find great food on our site,, meal planner and app!

Primal Palate Cooking Channel


    1. JenSturm
      April 29, 2012

      I can’t seem to add this recipe to My Kitchen?? This is a great recipe! I do add a lot more coconut milk to it so my kids eat them. They did not like them at first, once I did this, they loved them!

      1. Veronica
        May 1, 2012

        Hey Jen! Try refreshing the page when you go into My Kitchen. Sometimes it does not show it at first, but it should go in just fine. I just tried it and it worked for me. Hope this helps – and glad to hear adding coconut milk made them better for your kids. We typically don’t add coconut milk to recipes because of my FODMAP issues. :\ haha oh well!

    2. Veronica
      May 7, 2012

      I made the pancake version of this recipe for a pre-race snack the morning of a half marathon. I added a mashed banana and some walnuts to the recipe. They were delicious! I made the pancakes the night before and packed them up for race day. They traveled well and made a perfect snack.

      These pancakes are the best coconut flour pancake recipe I’ve ever found. Others can be too dense. These were perfect. They will become a regular staple to lazy Sunday mornings.

    3. ashtrievel
      June 7, 2012

      I want to make this recipe but I can’t have raisins. Everything else in the recipe I can have. I just want to see if those who have tried this recipe think it will taste fine w/o the raisins. Thanks!!

    4. ashtrievel
      June 28, 2012

      I think this is a great recipe! I leave out the raisins but everything else makes for a delicious waffle!

    5. bre80
      July 10, 2012

      Is there a substitute I could use instead of the 4 eggs (allergy)?

    6. Susan Jones
      October 18, 2012

      This recipe is very differnt than the one in Make it Paleo. A cup of raisins? None in the original recipe. Also, the directions tell you how to prepare the banana pecan topping yet the ingredients and amounts are not in the ingredient list. Maybe a mistake here?

    7. RosiePosie
      Supporting Member
      March 8, 2013

      Ground flax seeds are a good egg substitute.

      To replace one egg:
      1 tablespoon ground flaxseeds
      3 tablespoons water (or other liquid)

    8. enamay
      March 12, 2013

      A great recipe for paleo coconut waffles! It’s hard to find a good coconut flour waffle recipe, this is easy to make and they come out perfect! I didn’t add the raisins but piled lots of blueberries, blackberries & strawberries, delicious! This recipe made 3 full size waffles.

    9. gloria
      October 12, 2013

      Just made the pan cake version, this is very good much better than the Almond flour recipe. These I like better than regular pancakes

    10. [email protected]
      March 8, 2014

      Made them this morning – outstanding but filling.

    11. kellison
      August 24, 2014

      These are the first successful paleo waffles I have made. I did make some changes to the recipe. I used dried cranberries in place of raisins, mace for nutmeg, 1 TBLS flax meal, 1tsp coconut oil. Served with cinnamon apples cooked in ghee, maple syrup and mace.
      They were very hardy I will definitely make again and maybe add a 1/4 cup of almond butter next time.

    12. shinypie
      December 20, 2014

      The hub and I aren’t fans of raisins in our food so I mashed up a banana instead. These were easy to make and the texture was great. Very filling. I didn’t make the topping since we had banana in the pancakes already. Great recipe, thanks!

    Write a Review

    You need to be registered and logged in to post a review.