Primal Banana Almond Pancakes

Primal Banana Almond Pancakes I'm all about being healthy, but sometimes I just don't have time to feed my kids the most healthy meal. Which is why I haven't made my other Paleo Banana Pancake recipe very often, there are just a few too many steps and they take a long time to cook, the end result is that they tasted amazing but they kind of fall apart really easily...so I tweaked the recipe this morning, and they were just as tasty as my first recipe, they held together so much better, and they cooked just as fast as my whole wheat flour pancakes. We're all pretty happy today!! Primal Banana Almond Pancakes (makes 24 small pancakes) Dry Ingredients: 2 cups Almond Meal 1/2 cup Coconut Flour 1 tsp sea salt 2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp cinnamon Wet Ingredients: 2 bananas, pureed 1 cup coconut milk, full fat (more if your batter is too dry) 6 eggs 8 Tbsp butter, melted (or other oil, coconut/palm) 2 tsp vanilla Directions: 1. Mix wet and dry ingredients in separate bowls. 2. Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and stir until incorporated. 3. Scoop 1/4 cup of batter onto a heated, greased griddle and cook like you would any other kind of pancake. 4. Sometimes while the batter sits for a few minutes the coconut flour in the batter will absorb some of the liquid. I keep coconut milk handy to splash a little into the batter to give it the right consistency and then give it a good stir before I start the next batch cooking. The kids slathered these babies with some Kerrygold butter and a little blackberry jelly. Happy healthy kiddos, happy mama! Enjoy! Primal Banana Almond Pancakes

9 Responses to Primal Banana Almond Pancakes

  1. Carol DiGiovanna

    Looks yummy, I will have to try these for sure! Thank you Jenni

  2. You’re very welcome Carol! Hope you like them as much as we did!

  3. Today was National Pancake Day…wish I had seen this earlier..but maybe I’ll extend it to tomorrow!! I just had eggs. I wonder if they would freeze well??? Yum!!

  4. See I was in the spirit of the “National Pancake Day” and I didn’t even know it! I bet they would freeze well, I would put them on parchment and freeze separately. :)

  5. Oh my!!! These pancakes are ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!!!!!! I’ve tried several grain free and refined sugar free pancake recipes, and each time I’ve had to tweak it to fit us, but they’ve never resembled real pancakes…. BUT this is the recipe I will be returning to!! And my boys approve!!!

  6. Wow Ona, I’m so glad you guys loved them! I was so thrilled when they turned out as well as I had hoped they would :) Thanks Ona! Can’t wait to share my new Chocolate Chip Muffin recipe here :)

  7. That’s awesome, Sis! Can’t wait to try this recipe! Need to get some coconut milk first. We’ve been having pancakes from a recipe from Elana’s Pantry. Almond flour, mostly the same with the exception of the coconut flour and milk. Excited to try! Great job, sis!

  8. The pancakes keep great! My boys had them 2days after and they were still fresh! Today my boys wanted chocolate pancakes, so I added cocoa powder and some enjoy life choc chips, and 4tblsp of date paste (only because with the chocolate it needed to be a bit sweeter)… Cooked them up… Oh my word they taste like a not so sweet Costco chocolate muffin!!! Because of the chocolate I cooked them almost on a simmer… I started a full batch 2hrs ago and I have my last four in the pan.

  9. Thanks Ona, good to know! Those chocolate pancakes sound so yummy!! We’ll have to try them sometime :) Thanks for your update!

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