Delicious Grain-Free Rollup Pancakes ~ Kid-Friendly

Grain Free Rollup Pancakes ~ Kid Friendly

I’m so excited to share my grain-free rollup pancake recipe with you today! We’ve been working hard at finding foods that are kid-friendly AND grain-free. Today I have a winner!

Grain Free Rollup Pancakes ~ Kid Friendly ~ Stacked

I found this recipe at Mel’s Kitchen Cafe. They looked so good but had flour in them. I decided to make them as directed on the site and then I got to experimenting. (If you’re not concerned about grains, the recipe linked above is EXCELLENT!)

I made a few tweaks to Mel’s recipe by incorporating buttermilk, butter, stevia, and coconut flour. YUM!!!! My kids didn’t even bat an eye when I gave them my grain-free version! Win!

I made Mel’s version and my grain-free version and tasted both, one after the other.  I did notice an ever so slightly different taste. It is hard to describe but if you’ve ever eaten coconut flour pancakes, you’ll recognize the flavor. By no means, is the coconut flour overpowering.

Our New Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwiches

The versatility of this recipe is the beauty of it! Since we aren’t really doing bread anymore and I love that the texture of these pancakes is perfect for filling and rolling up.

In fact, I gave my Eva a peanut butter and jelly rollup using the leftover pancakes and she gobbled it right down. Yay for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches being back on the lunch menu!

Grain Free Rollup Pancakes Cooking

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