Banana Coconut Paleo Pancakes

Hi loves. I know you were probably expecting a smoothie recipe but sometimes, nothing say's Sunday morning like a nice stack of pancakes. Especially on this Sunday morning as it's pouring rain outside. It's the perfect day to finally whip up a batch of Paleo Pancakes. I think you guys know that I LOVE me some breakfast and pancakes are a treat that I miss having every once in a while since I don't eat wheat/gluten. I've been scouting Paleo recipes all over the internet for a while but have never actually made any of them. So. Today was the day.. I slept in, relished in this rainy Sunday morning over 2 cups of coffee and then into the kitchen I went to give these pancakes a go.I like the thought of the simpler the better and these couldn't possibly be any simpler if you tried. Just 3 ingredients and you've got yourself a fluffy, sweet & delicious breakfast treat sans gluten & dairy -- pretty awesome, if you ask me! I tweaked the recipe a little and added almonds & pumpkin spice.

Paleo Pancake Recipe

- 3 large, ripe bananas
- 1/3 cup coconut flour (or almond would probably be just as tasty)
- 6 eggs
- 10 Almonds (that's just what I went with today, I'll probably add more next time for little extra oomph)
- few dashes of pumpkin spice (optional)
- couple pinches of salt
- Coconut Oil (for cooking)

Get all your ingredients ready....

Simply dump everything in the blender to make your batter...

I cooked them for about 5-6 minutes before flipping. Give 'em a look-see for color before flipping. Another 2-3 minutes once flipped. Again, just feel 'em out to make sure their ready and cooked all the way thru. I coated the pan pretty nicely with coconut oil to make sure they didn't stick.

Lovely stack of Banana Coconut 'jacks...

ok, so I kinda regret putting these blueberries on... 1) they were frozen, not fresh. I pulled them out of the freezer to sit in a ramekin to thaw out while I was making the batter/cooking the panckes 2) for pictures sake, it just doesn't look very pretty still tasted delicious tho. So really, that's all that matters.

Fluffy and cooked perfectly thru. Noms.

Happy Sunday,
xx LS