Anzac Biscuit Pancakes

A delicious, grain free and gluten free single serving pancake recipe which is based off an Australian classic- Sugar free too! 

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It’s finally Friday folks and I’m in a kicking mood entering the weekend.

GUESS WHO HAS OFFICIALLY PASSED ALL THEIR SUBJECTS? Yep. Stoked. I feel like shrieking through the forests of Narnia out of excitement. Alas, that is not possible because I tried going through my closet to get there and bumped my head. 

Guess which was my best subject? Statistics. Seriously. Maybe all those bell shaped curves and ‘is mine bigger than yours’ practice questions paid off…That, or my mature minded cheerleaders paid off. Thanks legends.

Now onto today’s recipe. Anzac biscuits. You are probably perplexed as to WHAT Anzac biscuits are and WHY the have such a name. Well let’s get the most authentic definition and rip it off from Wikipedia-

Anzac Biscuits are a simple cookie made up of rolled oats, flour, shredded coconut, sugar, butter and golden syrup. The name ‘Anzac’ hails from the days of World War 1, when (Australian and New Zealand) wives would send their soldier husbands Anzac cookies because they sustained a lengthy shelve life and travel well.

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To this day, it is without a doubt considered to be an iconic traditional biscuit in Australia and New Zealand loved by both kids and adults. I remember growing up and having my mum buy assorted biscuit packs and I would fight my sister for the Anzac ones- being older, I often got my way. After succeeding in transforming the Australian classic treat the ‘Lamington’ into pancakes– I wanted to try to recreate the Anzac biscuit too. Those who follow me on Instagram are probably sick of seeing multiple photos of the same thing- The Anzac Biscuit Pancakes. It took me over FIVE trials to perfect it. I wanted the pancake to taste like an Anzac Biscuit yet still pack a nutritional punch to suffice as a meal anytime of the day. Ironically, the day I ran out of coconut flour was the day I FINALLY perfected it- both in taste and texture.

These pancakes are extremely fluffy, filling and make a very generous serving size– I easily made 5 thick pancakes from the single serving batter. The ingredients, while simple, stay true to the basis of the cookies. For the most authentic taste, top simply with slightly salted butter and nothing else- adding syrup or nut butters would be criminal. 
Anzac Biscuit Protein Pancakes- Gluten Free, Sugar Free and Grain Free- without sacrificing taste -thebigmansworld.com

Anzac Biscuit Pancakes

A delicious, gluten free, paleo, vegan and grain free pancake twist on a classic Australian cookie- Healthy of course!
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Author: Arman @ thebigmansworld

Ingredients

Instructions

  • In a large mixing bowl, sift the coconut flour, protein powder and baking powder to avoid clumps. Add in the gluten free oats (if using it), shredded coconut and salt. Mix well to combine.
  • In a small bowl, whisk the egg whites with the vanilla extract. Add this to the dry mixture and stir until a dough like consistency. Slowly add the milk to the batter. Ideally, the batter should be quite thick. Do not over mix.
  • Heat a frying pan on low heat and spray with cooking oil. Once pan is extremely hot, using a measuring cup pour 1/4 cup of the batter and then cover the pan. Once bubbles appear and the edges go brown, remove cover, flip the pancakes and cover again for approximately 1 minute. Repeat until all the batter is used up (It should make 5 thick pancakes).
  • Allow pancakes to cool slightly and top each evenly with butter.

Notes

* The amount of milk you use depends on the brand of coconut flour and protein powder used. When I tried this out with a paleo protein powder it required less liquid- the most successful batch I had used a vegan type of protein powder. I didn't add any sugar to this as my protein powder was already sweetened.
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What are you excited for this weekend? 

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    73 thoughts on “Anzac Biscuit Pancakes

    1. Ah congratulations on passing all your exams! You can fully relax now 🙂 Mine start in January aka starting to poo myself to put it nicely haha.

      These pancakes look peeeerfect! Thick, fluffy and filling 😀 I’ll defo be trying soon.

      Erm my best subject in Uni is ironically the one I hate the most haha, where we look about physics chemical properties of drugs and formulation mechanisms etc.. Yeah it as bad as it sounds!

      I’ve always hated butter unmelted e.g sandwiches :/ but otherwise I’d cut it out recently but I’ve been incorporating it back into my diet lately 🙂

    2. Oh gosh..I barely passed statistics when I took it. My brain just doesn’t comprehend that stuff. Calculus- sure. Statistics-not a chance.
      Congratulations though!!! CHRISTMAS BREAK!!!

    3. So I was already pretty convinced that any delicious baked good could be turned into pancakes, and you just fully convinced me.

    4. Congrats on all the passes!!! Especially stats – I hated stats. (But mine IS bigger than yours 😉

      I love the pancakes. Just pinned them, as they will be happening very soon. Probably Saturday AM.

    5. STOP! Turkish Delight Pancakes? You are taking the things I have dreamed about in my wildest dreams and making them a reality! 😀

      These look so thick and fluffy, and would be the absolute bomb! What a way to kick off the weekend! I’ll have to share a pic of my trial 🙂 The diggers would be proud 😉

    6. Choked on my oatmeal reading your second paragraph!! 🙂
      CONGRATS on passing ALL the subjects!!!! Love the protein content of these pancakes – and me oh my they are so fluffy! Speaking o Golden Syrup, I think would have to drizzle them with Lyle’s Golden Syrup instead of butter – not a huge fan of butter – unless it’s browned n baked!

      My best subject was English …was always an easy A! And I am super excited for this weekend cos today is my last day of work for the year!!!! Oh Yeah!

      Hope your weekend is wonderful Arman!

      1. Thanks, Shashi! Okay, you can be forgiven to use Golden Syrup over butter because that IS a key ingredient in the actual biscuit recipe!

        Hope your last day was a good one- regardless, its OVER! … until the new year 😉

    7. Stats?! Way to go! My best subject was always physical education (haha) or English. I actually miss school a tad… not the studying, the learning. These look so fluffy. I wonder if vegan (brown rice) protein powder would be okay to use? Happy holidays friend, talk soon!

      1. I loved English class too- but not sure if I would miss it. :p

        I’ve tried it with brown rice protein powder 😀 I used growing naturals vanilla in one batch- It was slightly earthy but still worked perfectly fine!

    8. Well heyyyyy good news! Congrats on passing all your exams and kicking stats’ butt! I absolutely hated stats in school, but somehow managed to do really well in it too. Go figure. Best subject was always English and philosophy though. I guess I just like to write? And given my current obsession with coconut flour, I’m all over these cakes… Do you think I could combine them with my other obsession? Molasses? Probably not, eh? I don’t imagine they’d be very Anzac-y then…

    9. Congrats on passing all your exams! So funny- I’m not the best at a lot of math, but I did really well in stats. I majored in communications, so those were obviously my favorite classes. I also really liked my leadership classes (one of my minors). I’m a big nerd, though, so I liked most of my classes haha.

      To answer your other questions- yes, I’m a fan of butter. Big fan. This weekend I’m most excited for weirdly warm weather and seeing my family.

    10. next time you want to do a trade, we need golden syrup! totally forgot about that goodness! and congrats on passing exams.

      Pass me the butter please.LOVE!

    11. Yessss older sibling ftw. These look so delicious!!! ….and I’m pretty sure I called them Atzec pancakes before…..heh, what do I know? Congrats on passing your exams! Always exciting 🙂 My best subject in school was either science or english. Worst? Definitely history. I have a baaaaad memory, it’s kind of pathetic.

    12. congats on passing everything! I’m actually TA-ing a third year stats course next semester, so we’ll see how well that goes over….thank god for answer sheets 😉
      and after trying Turkish Delight that my parents brought back from their Mediterranean cruise, i’m looking forward to that pancake recipe!
      My best subjects were always Sociology (I like learning about people, apparently) and English (I like writing).

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