This is a great Paleo pancake recipe that does away with the need for any nut flours or eggs but does not compromise on the taste. This is perfect for those of you looking to keep your Omega 6 in check (too much nut flour is no good thing) and works as a recipe for those of us following the highly restrictive Paleo autoimmune protocol.
Autoimmune Protocol Paleo Pancakes
This is a simple enough recipe, just mix all the ingredients together and fry it slowly. These are nice with just some lemon or lime juice and some fruit on the side or you can heat up some fruit, berries and lash over some tinned coconut milk. You can use other autoimmune friendly flour mixes if preferred and tapioca works well.
- 1/2 cup coconut flour
- 1/2 cup plantain flour
- 1 large ripe banana
- 1 cup of coconut milk – http://www.karadairyfree.com/
- 1 x tbsp of honey
- 1 x tsp of baking power
- virgin coconut oil for frying
I like some lightly warmed cherries, the frozen ones from the supermarket are great and cheap enough but really, any berries, frozen or fresh will do. If you want to real spoil yourself some full fat coconut milk (the tinned one) with the berries will make this indulgent enough to have as a desert.
- lightly warm the pan and melt the virgin coconut oil
- mix the flours, banana, baking power, milk and honey in a blender *
- lightly fry it for around 5 minutes or till it is browned and looks tasty
- let them cool for a few minutes and tuck in!