Sand Dollar Pancakes

SD Pancakes - plated

There is nothing that says breakfast like pancakes and making them the size of sand dollars makes these fluffy delights so versatile.  So think beyond breakfast.  Take 2 of these and spread some almond or sunflower seed butter and a little 100% Fruit Spread on one of them; then put the other on top – you now have a nut and jelly pancake sandwich.  Another idea:  put a little 100% Fruit Spread on top and then smother them in sliced strawberries with a garnish (which means small amount) of whipped cream or a good quality vanilla ice cream.  Want it a little fancier – sprinkle a little cinnamon on top.  

Sand Dollar Pancakes
Sand Dollar Size Pancakes
Write a review
  1. 2 eggs
  2. 1 1/2 - 1 3/4 cup milk (I use unsweetened almond or coconut) - the amount used depends on how thick you want your pancakes
  3. 4 Tbsp of coconut oil (melt slightly until liquid - sometimes the oil can get thick)
  4. 2 cups of flour (I used 1 1/3 cup spelt but you could use whole wheat, 1/3 cup almond flour, 1/3 cup brown rice flour)
  5. 1/4 cup coconut sugar
  6. 2 tsp baking powder
  7. 1 tsp baking soda
  8. 1 tsp salt
  9. 1 tsp cinnamon
  10. Spray coconut oil (Trader Joes) or use a little of your coconut oil
  1. Beat the eggs until frothy.
  2. Mix the rest of the ingredients in the order given.
  3. Beat until combined well but don’t over mix or your pancakes can be tough.
  4. Heat griddle between low and medium heat.
  5. Lightly grease pan with a little of the coconut oil or spray.
  6. Pour sand dollar size batter onto griddle. Cook until bubbles start to form on top. Then flip over until 2nd side is done.
  1. These freeze well and I package up 2 in saran wrap and then in a Freezer Zip Lock.
  2. If you are on the 21 Day Fix program. 2 pancakes = 1 Yellow Container
Deliciously Inspired
SD Pancakes - Batter



  1. Happy Birthday, my friend. Hope it was a great one. These look delicious, but then again all your food does. Happy 4th to you and your family.