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  • Pancakes

    These pancakes are very light and tender.

    For almond flour I use JK Gourment. It is very finely ground and certified gluten free. Grain-Free JK Gourmet Almond Flour

    If you do not like stevia I would suggest 1-2 tsp of a real sweetener, 2 tsp Splenda granular or 1 pkg of Splenda. Of course sweetener is optional and too your taste!

    I top them with butter but for a treat I would leave out the stevia and top them with a tsp of pure maple syrup. They are also good with ricotta crème and berries.

    Other options would be to dollap a few blueberries once in the pan or some dark chocolate chips.

    1/4 cup (24g) Almond flour, very finely ground
    2 Tbsp (14g) Coconut flour
    1/4 tsp Baking powder
    1/16 tsp Stevia concentrate powder
    1 Egg, large
    1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
    2 Tbsp Coconut milk or other milk
    4-5 Tbsp water

    Mix dry ingredients then add egg, vanilla, coconut milk and 4 Tbsp of water. Whisk well.

    If batter is too thick add one more Tbsp of water.

    Preheat a misted skillet over medium heat until golden on each side.
    Last edited by O_O; 05-23-2012, 07:48 PM.

  • #2
    Awesome - I love almond flour pancakes. Don't even really want the bread-y white flour ones anymore!


    • #3
      Trust me on this these are way more fabulous than any white flour pancake.


      • #4
        I no longer use the milk as I found it not needed.


        • #5
          Mm those look really fluffy. Will try it on the weekend when my shipment of almond flour arrives.


          • #6
            Thanks for posting - this will be my end of Whole 30 celebration breakfast this weekend!

            "Do or do not do, there is no try" - Yoda


            • #7
              Those look awesome! I will definitely be trying these in the a.m.