DIY Snacks | Thai Coconut Pancake (Kanom Krok)

It's always nice to have some hot Thai coconut pancakes with your favorite coffee in the morning or a short happy sweets during a break with their mild aroma and well mixed taste of coconut. If you're the real fans of this sweets, today we have a secret to DIY this Thai Snack Online specially for you. Only those who dares to try can know how far this tastiest snack can go :)

Main Ingredients (BASE)

  • Rice flour : 200 grams

  • Sticky rice flour : 25 grams

  • Intense coconut milk : 1.5 cup

  • Hot water : 1.5 cup

  • Sugar : 1 tablespoon

  • Salt : 1 teaspoon

  • Vegetable oil : 2 tablespoon (only to coat the pan before bake)


  • Intense coconut milk : 1.5 cup

  • Sugar : 0.5 cup

  • Salt : 1 teaspoon

  • Decorations can be corns, parsley, sliced taro, sliced pumpkins, etc.

Suthera - Thai Coconut Roll Original

Mild aroma of coconut milk

Cooking steps

  1. Prepare the BASE by mixing all the main ingredients into a bowl one by one starting from rice flour --> sticky rice flour --> intense coconut milk --> hot water, sugar & salt. Continue to stir until they're all blended into the same texture.

  1. Prepare the TOPPING SAUCE by mixing these ingredients into a bowl (separated from the BASE) one by one starting from sugar --> salt --> intense coconut milk. Continue to stir until they're all blended into the same texture.

  2. Now it's show time! Wipe the pan with clean piece of clothes and vegetable oil.

  3. Start with low heat and pour the BASE about 3/4 of the mold's depth, take a deep breath for 2 seconds then quickly pour the TOPPING SAUCE and the Decorations of your choice on top of the BASE for another 1/4 of the mold's depth until you fill up the whole pan.

  1. Cover the pan for 3-5 minutes

  2. Open the cover and use spoon or knife to extract the pancake ... Boom! your favorite Thai Snacks are ready to be served :)


  • Make sure to use new vegetable oil in Step 3

  • Filling up all molds for the whole pan in Step 4 shouldn't take more than 1 minute to ensure you get the right heat. If you're new to this, you can start making only half pan at a time to avoid over-cooked.

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