Hi everyone!

Pancake Tuesday is just around the corner, and while some of you might be able to enjoy original wheat flour

and sugary pancakes, others are not so lucky! Many of us, after the Christmas feast, are on healthy diets or even more strict, like anti-Candida diet. The recipe below doesn’t cal for ANY sugar, grains, yeast or milk. If your diet allows sweeteners, please feel free to add two tbsp of honey or Xylitol/coconut sugar, you can also use coconut milk instead of water.

***Candida diet-friendly pancakes***

gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, sugar free, yeast free

Preparation: 10 min

Cooking: 15 min


– 50g of coconut flour,

– 50g of almond flour,

– 5 eggs,

– 1/2 tsp of cinnamon,

– 1/2 tsp of vanilla powder

– 2 tbsp of coconut oil,

– 3/4 glass of water,

– pinch of salt,

Spread: nut butter (hazelnut, pecan, almond, brazil nut), pinch of cinnamon and vanilla powder.DSC_1402


– Mix the dry ingredients together.

– Beat the eggs.

– Add dry mixture to eggs and while mixing slowly add water and coconut oil. You might need a bit less than 3/4 glass of water, or a bit more, depending on the eggs’ size.

– Preheat the pan and melt small amount of coconut oil.

– Be patient! Fry the pancakes slowly, on a low heat. It is better to keep them small, so they are easy to turn, as they are crumbly.

– Spread the nut butter on the pancakes and sprinkle with some cinnamon and vanilla.



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About the Author: Karolina

Karolina started dedicating her life to the practice of yoga and to the understanding of the human body and mind, and what one can do to bring balance and harmony to the entire human dynamic. She has found that a holistic approach to the maintenance of her health is the most wholesome way she can live, and that focusing on the practice of yoga, mindset, and giving great attention and credence to nutrition-consciousness, and food-awareness, are the most important things to consider in the pursuit of living a healthy life.