This paleo sheet pan pancake turns out so light, fluffy, and buttery in flavor that you’d never be able to guess it’s grain-free and dairy-free.
You’re looking at my latest obsession.
First and foremost, if you’ve been around this site, you know pancakes are a mega thing for me. Particularly Almond Flour Pancakes.
While I can totally get on board with some super fluffy Vegan Lemon Poppy Seed Pancakes, most of the time girl just loves her plain jane paleo pancakes.
This. Just. In.
I recently began making my pancakes a la sheet pan.
The concept is simple.
You make one ginormous pancake to save yourself the time and attention span of hovering over the stove top flipping individual pancakes.
And have you heard me speak about the bad pancake? Probably not. I’ll fill you in.
The fact is, the first pancake (or first three pancakes if you’re working in triplicate) always, always is a flop (buhdumching). It either spreads or burns or scrambles, or some combination thereof.
The sheet pan pancake? Eradicates bad pancake syndrome like a charm.
All in all, these pancakes are:
- Grain-free, gluten-free
- Made in a blender for easy prep and cleanup
- Cooked on a sheet pan for easy prep and cleanup
- Easy to customize and top with your favorite toppings.
Let’s do dis!
How to Make Paleo Sheet Pan Pancakes:
Start by preheating the oven to 350 degrees F and lining a small baking sheet with parchment paper. Note: If you do not own a small 9” x 7” baking sheet, double the recipe to accommodate a large baking sheet.
Prepare the pancake batter by tossing every ingredient in the blender and blend until smooth (note: if you don’t own a blender, you can prepare the batter in a mixing bowl with a hand mixer, or in a stand mixer).
Pour the batter onto the parchment-lined baking sheet and smooth it into an even layer using a rubber spatula.
If desired, add fresh fruit, dried fruit, chopped nuts, etc. to bake them into the pancakes, like so:
Once the pancake is out of the oven, simply cut it into squares and serve! If you want to be super creative for kidlets, use cookie cutters to stamp out various pancake shapes!
- Go with blueberries, almond butter, and raspberry chia jam like I did!
- Make a fruit compote with berries or top with fresh berries
- Drizzle on the almond butter or peanut butter
- Butter and pure maple syrup? Always a winner.
- Caramelize some apples or pears for an epic pancake-meets-pie situation.
- Swap the almond flour for hazelnut flour.
- Replace tapioca flour with arrowroot flour (or more almond flour).
- Make these pancakes ridiculously succulent by replacing the almond milk with full-fat canned coconut milk. YUM!
- Add lemon zest and poppy seeds for a lemon poppy seed situation.
- Bake fruit (such as sliced banana and blueberries) into the batter for a real frisky time!
Sheet pan pancake forever and always!
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Paleo Sheet Pan Pancakes
Light and fluffy paleo panakes made in a sheet pan. Paleo sheet pan pancakes are quick, easy, and healthy.
- 2 large eggs
- 1 cup cup unsweetened almond milk
- 1 Tbsp pure maple syrup
- 2 tsp pure vanilla extract
- 2 cups finely ground almond flour
- 3 Tbsp arrowroot flour, or tapioca flour
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 2 tsp ground cinnamon
- 1 pinch sea salt
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and line a small (9” x 7”) sheet pan with parchment paper (or spray with cooking oil)
- Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth (or use a mixing bowl with a hand mixer).
- Pour the pancake batter onto the prepared baking sheet and smooth into an even layer.
- Place tray on the center rack of the preheated oven and bake 22 to 26 minutes, or until pancake is golden-brown around the edges and feels firm when poked.
- Allow pancake to cool 5 minutes before slicing and serving with butter and syrup.
Nutrition InformationYield 4 Serving Size 1 of 12
Amount Per Serving Calories 139Total Fat 11gSaturated Fat 1gUnsaturated Fat 9gCarbohydrates 6gSugar 2gProtein 5g
Sunday 16th of August 2020
Is your almond flour from peeled almonds-- its so white? Mine is much darker. Also- do you ever use any butter or oil in the batter? Thanks for aharing
Monday 17th of August 2020
Yes, the almond flour I use is blanched. I use Bob's Red Mill's superfine almond flour :D The recipe doesn't contain any butter or oil, but if you'd like to add some, you can always do a bit less almond milk and add a couple tablespoons of butter/oil. It's not necessary, though! Hope you enjoy! xoxo
Saturday 15th of August 2020
I did half the quantity because it was just for me and my husband. I baked the batter (with a few blueberries sprinkled in) in two 6" round tins for 15 mins at 180. They came out perfectly. So simple and so delicious, thank you!
Saturday 15th of August 2020
I love that! Thanks so much for sharing, Fran!! :D xoxo
Monday 15th of July 2019
Do these freeze well or keep on the refrigerator? Can’t wait to make them!
Sunday 9th of June 2019
HI are you able to make these with flax eggs? Thank you,
Monday 10th of June 2019
I haven't tried making the recipe with flax eggs, so I can't be sure, but I do believe it will work! I'll test the recipe with flax eggs soon and get back to you. In the meantime, let me know if you try it! :D xo
Tuesday 7th of May 2019
I made them this weekend and they were delicious! Thanks for the recipe and for answering my bazillion questions!
Tuesday 7th of May 2019
I'm so thrilled to hear it, Cindy!! My pleasure! xo