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  • Coconut & Sweet Potato spicey pancakes

    Ingredients:

    *4 whole eggs
    *4 T coconut flour
    1/3 tsp nutmet
    1/3 tsp cinnamon
    1/3 tsp ginger
    mashed baked sweet potato, very soft (as much as you'd like)
    No sugar required!!!
    Salt: optional; I forgot to put it lol.
    Vanilla extract: optional; I didn't use it.

    *If you want more, just add one tablespoon of coconut flour per extra large egg.

    Mix it all together until you get the desired consistency.

    Cook it in medium heat with coconut oil.

    Top it with coconut milk and serve with whatever you want!!!

    THESE ARE GODLY!!!










    Note: Only the one in the front is the sweet potato pancake. The ones in the back are plain. I wish I had made them all with SP!

    That whole plate was
    ~900 calories
    ~90 g carbs
    ~40 g fat
    ~40 g protein

    It's carb up day!!!
    Last edited by rphlslv; 07-02-2010, 06:05 AM.
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  • #2
    Great pictures! and banana and cream is a great choice of filling!

    It seems you can make pancakes with anything as long as you have eggs. I use coconut flour alot, and recently discovered using cream or cocnutmilk. Now you show me sweet potato! Nice, I guess theres such a thing as potato flour I also spotted the link on the blog today about using ground pork rind as a flour! Awesome... if you can be bothered to go to the effort
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    • #3
      Originally posted by rockstareddy View Post
      Great pictures! and banana and cream is a great choice of filling!

      It seems you can make pancakes with anything as long as you have eggs. I use coconut flour alot, and recently discovered using cream or cocnutmilk. Now you show me sweet potato! Nice, I guess theres such a thing as potato flour I also spotted the link on the blog today about using ground pork rind as a flour! Awesome... if you can be bothered to go to the effort
      I used only mashed sweet potatoes, no potato flour hahah. Man it was fantastic. Coconut flour is awesome. I'm gonna try canned pumpkin next time! Should fit perfectly with the spices.

      I also made some (unprimal) white rice pancakes today with wakame and ginger. It was really good!!!
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      • #4
        Whats the estimated carb count with just the pancakes without sweet potato? Sounds delicious and has me salavating at this very moment!
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        • #5
          Originally posted by JasonBanz View Post
          Whats the estimated carb count with just the pancakes without sweet potato? Sounds delicious and has me salavating at this very moment!
          For 4 eggs - about twenty grams, including the 1/3 cup of coconut milk as topping.
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          • #6
            Awesome! Thanks! I'm sure there are a atleast 5g or more of fiber in that 20g too.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by JasonBanz View Post
              Awesome! Thanks! I'm sure there are a atleast 5g or more of fiber in that 20g too.
              10 grams actually.
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              • #8
                I have no source for coconut flour. I live in a town where ALL the shredded coconut is sweetened. Since I didn't get to LA this week, I am going to buy three or four coconuts and process them myself. I have instructions. Sounds easy, but involved.

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                • #9
                  Awesome! You are now my new best friend! Definitely got some things to throw on the grocery list this week!
                  Insert whitty diet remark here!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Grol View Post
                    I have no source for coconut flour. I live in a town where ALL the shredded coconut is sweetened. Since I didn't get to LA this week, I am going to buy three or four coconuts and process them myself. I have instructions. Sounds easy, but involved.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Grol View Post
                      I have no source for coconut flour. I live in a town where ALL the shredded coconut is sweetened. Since I didn't get to LA this week, I am going to buy three or four coconuts and process them myself. I have instructions. Sounds easy, but involved.
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                      Originally posted by JasonBanz View Post
                      Awesome! You are now my new best friend! Definitely got some things to throw on the grocery list this week!
                      If SP is too carby for you, try some pumpkin. I'm sure that'll rock!
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                      • #12
                        These look so fluffy and yummy. I know what I'm doing over 4th of July weekend...I'll be in VT, making awesome primal food for the whole family, and these pancakes are on the list!
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                        • #13
                          I should add that if you guys are going to do the plain pancakes, then use less coconut flour or else it will be a bit too dry. You'll be able to tell by the consistency of the batter, anyway.

                          Originally posted by superdeluxe View Post
                          These look so fluffy and yummy. I know what I'm doing over 4th of July weekend...I'll be in VT, making awesome primal food for the whole family, and these pancakes are on the list!
                          I am flattered.
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                          • #14
                            Ahh! Yes! Pumpkin would be awesome!
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                            • #15
                              I made them again today:

                              Very very good. Too juicy actually haha. Added a little salt and that was good. Still tweaking it!!



                              Gonna try it with mashes bananas, mashed pumpkins... what else?
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