Healthy Bacon Pancake Dippers!

 Hey guys!

Today we’re making gluten free, dairy free, grain free Bacon Pancake Dippers on Cheap Clean Eats! These are easy for an on the go breakfast for school/work or just when you’re rushing out of the house and cannot sit down to use an actual fork. They’re sweet, salty, high in protein, high in fiber, and totally filling! Here’s what you’ll need.



1. Cook the turkey bacon in the microwave until crisp, approximately 3 minutes.

2. Puree the coconut flour, banana and egg in a mini blender until smooth.

3. Heat a griddle over medium heat and spray with cooking spray.

4. Pour two thin lines of batter and cook for 30 seconds.

5. Press a bacon strip onto each and press lightly. Cover with remaining batter. Flip. Serve.


I know you will love this recipe, so please make it! I know having the bacon and banana there are kind of weird for some of you, but trust me, this pancake dipper tastes legit! If you end up making it, hashtag #cheapcleaneats so I can see your creation!

Have a FABULOUS weekend! Hope you’re enjoying your #ROCKTOBER craziness!

<3 Cassey

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  1. May says:

    I made these (not photo worthy though), but with some different, available right away ingredients (since I have no clue where to get stuff like coconut flower) like whole-weat flower and normal bacon, but IT WAS SO DELICIOUS. The banana and bacon combination was just heaven! Loved it!!

  2. Patricia Freitas says:

    Hii! I really loved your idea here but I have a problem… I hate banana :/
    Is there any chance I can do healthy pancakes without banana?
    Thank you so much xxx

  3. Eveline says:

    Oh my gosh this looks so good! Can’t wait to try this one 🙂 X from the Netherlands

  4. Heidi says:

    Is it necessary to puree? I don’t have a blender, so would it still work if I just mix the ingredients by hand?

  5. Marianne says:

    Can you use Almond Meal Flour instead of the coconut flour?

  6. Tiffany says:

    This was SO delicious! I’d say tastier than the first Banana Pancakes recipe 🙂

  7. I think everyone in my family would like this one. We are going to try it out this weekend! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Laura says:

    Can’t wait to try this recipe!

  9. Nigar says:

    can you healthify french toast?

  10. Sophia says:

    Great recipe, but baking powder isn’t paleo or grain free (contains cornstarch, rice starch and/or other grain starches). I’ve had success in other recipes using 1/2 tsp baking/bicarb soda + 1/2 tsp ACV as a replacement for 1 tsp baking powder. Still, and excellent recipe and I will try it as soon as I get some good quality bacon 🙂

  11. Kat says:

    I might have to try this with fake bacon (I’m veggie) drooling at the thought!
    Great healthier version of a very indulgent YOLO meal! <3

  12. Dana says:

    Bacon and Eggs as a healthy meal? really?

    1. Alice says:

      Hi, just telling you to pay little extra attention that bacon Cassey uses is turkey bacon which is much leaner than usual bacon. Also, if you consume eggs in moderation, it’s healthy and Cassey uses 1 egg + 1 egg white which can be consider as ok, not unhealthy as you may think

    2. Kayla says:

      Bacon and eggs are great! Don’t be afraid of real animal fats, which are good for you! Our bodies are more efficient when running on more fat rather than pure carbs/sugars like cereal or bagels for breakfast. We’ve all been taught to fear fat with the low fat craze over the last few decades, and that never works for long or keeps us full. Google “No sugar no grains Vinnie Tortorich” if you want to find out more! 🙂 Just trying to help out with what I’ve read and learned over the last year, thought I’d give someone else the chance to broaden their idea of what healthy food really is/can be. 🙂

      P.S. Cassey this looks AMAAAAZIIIINNNGGGG!

  13. So cute! I love pancakes and I love dipping foods 🙂

  14. Allison says:

    Is there a substitute for the banana? Im allergic to bananas. 🙁

    1. I’m sure you could try applesauce too.

    2. Sophia says:

      Pumpkin puree would probably work as well, the texture is very similar to mashed banana

    3. jasmine johnson says:

      Has anyone tried this without banana ??