Paleo Pancakes | Part Two

The most popular post on this site, by far, is the paleo pancakes, thanks to pinterest, and all you lovely readers that keep coming back. It is just a simple recipe and is so easy to make.  I thought I would make a different version of the same pancakes for you guys that is just as simple.  I hope you enjoy!

Ingredients:

  • 3 Eggs
  • Cinnamon (as much as you prefer)
  • Berries, about a cup (I used strawberries and blueberries)
  • 1 Banana
  • Heaping T. Almond Butter

I do not ever really measure, so I apologize for the guesses. However, you cannot really mess it up!

Directions:

  • In a food Processor, blend together the berries and banana

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  • In a bowl combine the other ingredients

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  • Add them together
  • Cook! We had my skillet set to 350 degrees, and then cooked like you would any other pancake!

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  • They were sweet enough, I did not even need any sort of syrup!

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Enjoy!

6 responses to “Paleo Pancakes | Part Two

  1. Are you sure this is the entire recipe? I just tried them and they don’t look anything like the picture. I’ve made paleo pancakes before and they usually call for a little bit of coconut flour and baking soda…

  2. How many pancakes does this recipe make? And how long will they last in my fridge, or can I freeze them? I want to make a big batch so I can have breakfast for the week.

  3. Have you tried these with frozen berries before? I hardly keep fresh berries on hand unless they are in season, so I’m wondering how that would work…

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