Everyone is at different places: I know my approach would probably be shredded by 'elitists', especially if we got into an exercise discussion!
I think the main point I'm making is: lots of time and effort making it look like the old stuff, and still staying in the same mental place. (is that going to help the cravings, or perpetuate them?)
I'm making them on an almost daily basis. But is the cooked almond flour sabotaging my omega3? If we're talking optimizing, should these be a rare treat?If someone love pancakes, why wouldn't it be awesome for them to start making almond flour pancakes with berries on top instead of Bisquick with tons of Aunt Jemmima's maple flavored corn syrup on top?
That's different. Go the cupcakes for sure. I'm not talking treats - I'm talking daily habits.Your 3 yr old wants cupcakes for his birthday? Why not make them with coconut flour? Is there really a need to become purists?