If you are a must-follow-a-recipe-to-the-T person, coconut flour pancakes may not be for you. They are very sensitive to the amount of baking powder you add and over time the batter thickens (more so than with any other flour I’ve used), so the density of the pancake is commensurate with the amount of time the batter sits. If you make a batch and the batter spreads out on the hot skillet, let it sit another 5 minutes and if that doesn’t help, add a more coconut flour a teaspoon at a time. If you thought you had the perfect portion of ingredients but the batter sat for more than 15 minutes, you’ll probably need to add some liquid. If the pancake does not puff up when cooking on the skillet and cooks out flat, add another egg. While I’m fine with a fiddle-as-you-go approach, I know not everyone is. Send me an email if you have questions.