- 1 cup almond flour
- ⅓ cup coconut milk
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons maple syrup
- sea salt, to taste
- coconut oil, for cooking
- In a large mixing bowl, combine all of the ingredients, except the coconut oil, and mix together well with a wooden spoon — until a batter is formed.
- Over medium heat, heat the coconut oil in a large skillet. Drop nearly ¼ cup of batter onto the skillet, cooking until bubbles appear on the pancake surface, or for approximately 3 minutes. When bubbles appear, flip the pancakes with a rubber spatula, and cook for an additional 2–3 minutes.
- Top with fresh berries, nuts, butter, ghee, whipped coconut cream, a little cinnamon, stevia, raw honey, a dab of maple syrup or your other favorite, healthy toppings. Serve.
So, let’s get started. You’ll need almond flour, coconut milk, eggs, maple syrup, sea salt and some coconut oil as well as a large mixing bowl, a wooden spoon, a large skillet and rubber spatula. Start out by mixing the almond flour, coconut milk, eggs, maple syrup and sea salt together in the mixing bowl until they form a batter.
Next, melt the coconut oil in the skillet in preparation for cooking the pancakes. Drop the batter onto the skillet and cook until the pancakes begin to bubble, then turn them over and repeat on that side until the batter bubbles. Cook the pancakes to a golden or golden-brown color — how you prefer them. Once cooked, remove from the skillet and place on serving plates.
Note: You can sprinkle nuts (such as walnuts, one of the great omega-3 foods) or fresh berries (many of which are high in vitamins such as vitamin C, some minerals, antioxidants and even some omega-3s) on your pancakes for extra nutrient-filled deliciousness. Yum!
Unless you prefer to go dairy-free, you can also use grass-fed organic butter, or ghee, on your almond flour pancakes. (If you don’t wish to use butter or ghee, then there are non-dairy, non-GMO vegan alternatives such as earth balance® Omega-3 buttery spread.)
Almond flour pancakes topped with just the nuts, berries, and butter or vegan butter option are healthy “eye candy” and brimming with good-for-you nutrition, for sure.
However, you can also go all out by adding other healthy, good-fat, scrumptious toppings, such as whipped coconut cream, and still be in the “safe zone” nutritionally. In fact, coconut cream and coconut milk nutrition is real, as both both contain the super-healthy medium-chain fatty acids (MCFAs) and contain necessary vitamins and minerals, so go ahead and indulge!
No matter how you top them, though, you’re going to love these pancakes.
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