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I should be a commercial for chestnut flour. I just love it when I find a new paleo-friendly ingredient! I honestly don’t know why more paleo people don’t cook with chestnut flour. I adore it because it combines the best of three worlds: the nuttiness of other nut flours, the starchiness of more traditional gluten-free flours, and the classic flavor of whole wheat flour. It’s perfect used in conjuction with a bit of coconut flour (for thickening) for those who wish to avoid almond flour.
Last night when I couldn’t sleep, I was thinking about how awesome it would be to make chestnut flour pancakes. Just what everyone thinks about when they can’t sleep, I know. Anyway, this morning I still thought it would be awesome, so I set to work! I just told my mom that it was for school. Which it is, because I’m learning stuff! Like how awesome chestnut flour is!
These pancakes taste nutty and are fluffy, moist, and not eggy at all; perfect with butter and real maple syrup! Whipped cream would be good too, but you didn’t hear it from me. ;)

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Fluffy Chestnut Flour Pancakes

By March 7, 2014

  • Prep Time : 10 minutes
  • Cook Time : 5 minutes
  • Yield : 8 pancakes
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Instructions

Whisk eggs. Whisk in coconut milk. Beat in flours and salt. Stir in baking powder and vinegar. Pour by 1/4 cupfuls onto a hot oiled griddle. Cook until bubbles form and pop. Flip and cook until lightly browned. Serve and enjoy!
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6 Responses to Fluffy Chestnut Flour Pancakes

  1. Claudia

    I just made these pancakes for breakfast today. First time cooking with chestnut flour. They came out absolutely GREAT!!! Fluffy and soft. Not dense like many other baked goods I’ve done with the other nuts flours. This is a keeper. Good job Heather. I’ll be trying more of your recipes!!!! Thanks :-)

    • Heather R.

      Thank you so much I am so glad that they turned out so well!!! :)

  2. Brianna

    I just made these for me and my sister, my mom, and my dad. These were the best Paleo pancakes I have ever tasted!! They tasted just like cake they were so moist and fluffy. This recipe is a extreme keeper thank you!! I’m so glad I found out about chestnut flour!!

    • Heather R.

      That’s so awesome! It makes me so happy that you enjoyed them so much! :)

  3. Lorna

    It would be helpful if you could add grams/ounces to your recipes as well as cups, for those of us that are not in America/Canada, who would like to follow your recipes, as we have no idea what size your cups are. I am going to give these a go and guesstimate the gram/ounce weight and see what happens. :<

    • Heather R.

      1/4 cup coconut milk = 2 ounces = 56 grams.
      1/4 cup flour = 1.1 ounces = 31 grams.
      3/4 cup flour = 3.3 ounces = 93 grams
      1 teaspoon liquid = 1/6 ounce = 5 grams
      Source for flour conversions: http://www.traditionaloven.com/conversions_of_measures/flour_volume_weight.html

      I can’t guarantee that these are totally accurate because the flour conversions are for normal flour, but I think they would be a good place to start. Hope that helps! :)

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