Sheet Pan Pancakes {Gluten Free}: Oven Baked

Easy, gluten free sheet pan pancakes are a fluffy, irresistible breakfast. This oven-baked pancake recipe will make pancake making so much easier and transform your morning. Eat some now, and save some for later. Follow my tips below to make this oven-baked gluten free pancake recipe.

To make this recipe, you will need: gluten free 1-for-1 flour, eggs, honey, vanilla, milk, baking soda, baking powder, and salt.

gluten free sheet pan pancakes topped with butter and honey on a white dish

Sheet Pan Pancakes Backstory

Pancakes are one of our favorite family breakfasts, but making them is the worst. Everyone is eating the tasty creations you make, while you stand over the skillet, flipping your life away with your belly rumbling. You try to finally sit down with your family to eat them, only to realize everyone else is done, and then you burn the last few pancakes that you forget about. 

We don’t make pancakes very often for this reason. We started buying some gluten free frozen pancakes that had okay ingredients, but they are an expensive convenience food, and something I should totally make myself. 

So when I told my husband I was going to start making pancakes ahead of time so we had them for the week, he just looked at me and chuckled. He knows I’m not a meal prepper (minus my weekly chicken and chicken broth prep). But this recipe may have just converted me, because these are so good, and it’s so amazing to have them ready to go for breakfast!

The best part about this gluten free sheet pan pancakes is that you put them in the oven and walk away, no crazy flipping required. And, you have 15-20 minutes to clean the kitchen up and get everything ready. Not only will you have the kitchen tidy, but you also get to eat breakfast WITH your family. It’s crazy.

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Tips For Making Gluten Free Sheet Pan Pancakes

  • Use a 1-for-1 flour that already has xantham gum in it. I used Bob’s Redmill 1-to-1 flour.
  • Line the pan with parchment paper so the pancakes come out super easy.
  • Cut the pancakes with a pizza cutter. It makes it so simple.
  • These store well in the freezer.
  • Reheat them in the microwave or toaster for an easy breakfast.

Tools you may need:

Large bowl, silicon spatula, measuring cups and spoons, microwave safe dish or small saucepan, baking sheet (I use a stainless steel one like this), and parchment paper.

sheet pan pancakes stacked with honey being poured over.

How To Make Gluten Free Sheet Pancakes

  1. Preheat oven to 375 and line baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk flour, cornstarch, baking soda, baking powder, and salt together.
  3. Melt butter on the stove or in a microwave safe dish.
  4. In a separate bowl, add honey to the melted butter and stir well. This works great if your honey is a little crusty… if you know what I mean.
  5. Whisk in the remaining wet ingredients.
  6. Add wet ingredients to the dry ingredients, and stir until just combined with minimal lumps.
  7. Pour onto sheet pan and smooth out using spatula. The smoother, the better, because it doesn’t smooth on its own. Tap pan on the counter a few times to make it more even.
  8. Bake for about 15-20 minutes until edges start to get golden brown. Clean up your kitchen while these bake.
  9. Allow to cool for 5 minutes. Slice and serve. 
  10. Top with your favorite pancake toppings (like my favorite honey butter)

sheet pan pancakes in a parchment lined cookie sheet

Want more gluten free breakfast ideas? Check these out!

Gluten Free Sheet Pan Pancake Recipe

Simple oven baked pancakes make weekend breakfast a breeze and easy meal prep for the week. Double the batch for even more pancake goodness.

gluten free sheet pan pancakes topped with butter and honey on a white dish

Sheet Pan Pancake Recipe Gluten Free

Simple and delicious gluten free pancakes.
5 from 1 vote
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Author: Amy
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Cooling Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes



  • Preheat oven to 375 and line baking sheet with parchment paper. 
  • In a large bowl, whisk dry ingredients together.
  • Melt butter on the stove or in a microwave safe dish. Add in honey and stir until nice and liquidy. 
  • Whisk milk, eggs, and vanilla into the honey mixture. Add wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and stir until just combined. 
  • Pour onto sheet pan and smooth out using spatula. Tap pan on the counter a few times to make it more even.
  • Bake for 15-20 minutes until edges start to golden. You could pop it under a broiler for a minute to get the pancakes a little extra crispy.
  • Allow to cool for 5 minutes and slice with a pizza cutter.


Double this recipe to make more pancakes and save for later.
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: gluten free, oven baked pancakes, sheet pan pancakes
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Sheet Pan Pancakes  FAQ:

gluten free sheet pan pancakes stacked up four tall with butter and honey on a white dish and more pancakes behind it

What is the best pan for pancakes?

I like using a stainless steel jelly roll pan, aka what most people call a rimmed cookie sheet. This has just high enough sides perfect for these baked pancakes.

Do sheet pan pancakes store well in the freezer?

Yes! Lay them flat in a gallon sized zip top bag, and place parchment paper between layers. They will last about a month or so in the freezer.

How do you reheat pancakes?

We are a microwave-free house, so we pop them into the toaster and this works perfectly. You could also place them in the microwave for 20-30 second intervals until they are hot. 

Have you ever made sheet pan pancakes before?


  1. I made a double batch of these pancakes and they turned out doughy in the middle and never got fluffy, do you know why this happens? Was my batter too thick?

  2. 5 stars
    These are great! I wasn’t sure what it’d be like but this was enough to fill my 6 big eaters (and myself). Followed recipe exactly with the exception of the starch – we just have tapioca. The sub ratio for that is 1:2 so I did 1/2 cup tapioca. Made with honey. I put it in a 9×13, parchment lined, 15 min exactly in my convection countertop oven. I moved it to the bottom rack for the last two minutes because it was looking brown enough. Little butter and peach preserves were enough topping. It’s not dry at all, just really nice. This is our new favorite! With another baby on the way I am so thankful to have this in my breakfast options.

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