vegan {egg-less & dairy free} almond pancakes & fresh berry coulis


These Vegan {egg-less & dairy free} Almond Pancakes topped with Fresh Berry Coulis are not only healthy, but deliciously hearty.

These yummy hotcakes are made without eggs and coconut milk takes the place of dairy milk. They are also made with almond flour, instead of all-purpose, giving a nutty flavor and the health benefits of almonds. Additionally, there is no added salt. Lastly, coconut sugar and fresh berry coulis is used to naturally sweeten these cakes {replacing white sugar and maple syrup}.



  • 1 cup almond flour
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon(s) coconut sugar or honey {if you’re not an ethical vegan}
  • a few dashes of pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon or nutmeg
  • 3/4 cup unsweetened coconut milk {use more to moisten the batter if needed}
  • 2 teaspoons coconut oil + extra for cooking

fresh berry coulis

  • 1/2 cup blueberries
  • 1/2 cup raspberries
  • 5 strawberries, halved
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1 teaspoon coconut sugar or honey {if you’re not an ethical vegan}
makes 4 pancakes


  1. On the stove top, heat a cast iron pan {or griddle} on medium.
  2. Brush a thin layer of coconut oil in the pan.
  3. Mix and whisk all pancake ingredients {including 2 teaspoons coconut oil} to make the batter.
  4. Pour batter in the pan to make circles {about 1/4 cup for each}. Heat the pancakes in the pan until the top begins to bubble, flipping them over to cook both sides {lightly grease pan with coconut oil as you cook to avoid burning}.
  5. While the pancakes cook, put all fresh berry coulis ingredients in a small sauce pan. Simmer on medium heat until berries soften and sauce thickens {about 5 minutes}.
  6. Serve pancakes topped with fresh berry coulis.



These vegan pancakes are fresh and healthy. Allowing you to have a guilt-free, yet hearty, breakfast.


Author: A Common Connoisseur

Welcome | My name is Maria. Feast your eyes and fill your belly!

11 thoughts

  1. The batter tasted great, but unfortunately, I couldn’t get it to form a pancake. No matter what oil I used on the pan (coconut oil, vegan butter, vegetable oil, a spray oil) it stuck terribly and would fall apart as soon as I tried to move it. I eventually just pushed it around the pan to cook it like scrambled eggs. Disappointing.

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  2. I too, found this to be a waste of ingredients. It did not taste good either. I am sad, I was excited to try these pancakes. It is also difficult to read the recipe on a mobile device because the menu takes up half of the screen.


  3. Total WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY!! I would love to see a video of this person making these and see if they really work. Has this blogger actually made them herself?? This recipe does NOT WORK and I am bummed we used fresh expensive ingredients only to throw in the trash. Please don’t post recipes that you haven’t even made yourself. Thank you~

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  4. I ended up adding oats to mine because it was to runny. As prevoous individuals stated, it is a waste of time and money. I could have just used wheat flour or oats from the start.


  5. I feel offended. Like I’ve been duped. Not only did I make these this morning, but without reading the comments I doubled the recipe. Of course the first one was terrible. so I added some things that I thought would help, and they definitely did… But these pancakes were still ridiculously awful. So frustrating! Definitely not recommending this recipe and will never be making these again.


  6. I’m not sure how you managed to get the pancakes from this recipe to look like the ones in the picture, but I think you should either revise the recipe or remove it from the internet. I ended up hangry and disappointed. Waste of time, money and Sunday morning.


  7. Those pictures of pancakes on this recipe are absolutely not made from this recipe. Why post a fake recipe that doesn’t work? What a waste of time and ingredients. I’m not even going to bother trying any of your other recipes. This should be removed.


  8. Sorry the amount of liquid is way too much.Spread over the whole pan and made a mess. Tasted a few scraps as I was cleaning the pan, not worthy of a post. You need a binding agent as well like ground flax to seb for egg.


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