Paleo Pancakes

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Paleo Pancakes // Recipe // www.thehisfor.com

Good Morning!

I love breakfast and I especially love pancakes. Sometimes my paleo diet keeps me from enjoying the breakfast items I love most [like biscuits and country gravy], but when it comes to pancakes, I’m covered! Today, I’m sharing my easy-breezy recipe with YOU! These paleo pancakes are so easy to make [they’re made with only 5 ingredients and they only take about 10 minutes total] and they taste great! They have me singing Jack Johnson’s “Banana Pancakes” all day long!

These are perfect for a Saturday morning, or my favorite, on those “Breakfast for dinner!” nights! Trust me… Once you make these, you’ll be hooked like I am!

Paleo Pancakes // Recipe // www.thehisfor.com

I usually add some blueberries with these… and sometimes I imagine they’re chocolate chips! Funny story, I craved chocolate chip pancakes throughout my pregnancy… Kozy Kitchen often made them for pregnant-ol’ me at dinnertime, even when they didn’t offer breakfast all day! It made me one, HAPPY preggo! They weren’t paleo pancakes like these, but boy were they amazing!

These are great too, though. I swear!

Here’s the recipe:

PALEO PANCAKES

Prep Time: 3 minutes // Cook Time: 10 Minutes // Yields: 6 pancakes [2 Servings]
Serving Size: 3 Pancakes // Macros: 7.5 proteins / 26 carbs / 5.5 fats //
[with 4 tbsp of maple syrup, add 53 carbs]

IMG_18232 Eggs
1/4 cup Almond Flour
1 Banana
2 tsp Cinnamon
1 tbsp Vanilla Extract

  1. Place all ingredients in a blender/food processor and blend well [I use a NutraBullet]
  2. Pour onto a hot skillet [wait until there are bubbles all throughout the batter]
  3. Flip the batter over and allow to cook on the other side
  4. Remove pancakes and repeat process until batter is gone

Add those blueberries or maple syrup and enjoy!

Have a great day!

Paleo Pancakes // Recipe // www.thehisfor.com

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2 Comments
  • Emily

    Posted at 20:33h, 29 September

    Yum! How do you think these would be with coconut flour? Looks great! I am doing WLC too, for the first time, and it’s been an eye opener for me as well, about where my habits had wandered too post-babies. Thanks for sharing!

    • chandler.hatchett@gmail.com

      Posted at 07:41h, 30 September

      I think it would be great with coconut flour… definitely sweeter. You should try it and let me know how it comes out!