So today I ventured out on my own. My son is a bit under the weather and some comfort food was needed. There are only so many ways to mix pancakey ingredients so I apologize if this is recipe is unintentionally similar to someone else's recipe. But really, this was unlike any other pancake we have had. And it was an accident because I was feeling too lazy to look up a recipe. I like adding coconut milk to things I want a little sweet without having to add a lot of honey or maple syrup. Plus for some reason, they were easier to flip. Some Paleo pancakes are impossible to flip without ending up with pancake lump for breakfast. These pancakes turned out fluffy, light, with hint of vanilla sweetness.
Pancake Cave Paleo Pancakes
Makes 8 pancakes (Serving Size 2 pancakes)
1/2 cup almond meal (I used Trader Joes)
1 TBS Coconut flour (I used Red Mill)
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp sea salt
1/3 cup coconut milk (I used Trader Joes light)
1 tsp vanilla
1 TBS honey
Mix all dry ingredients and blend with wisk to remove any lumps. Make a well in dry ingredients and add the wet ingredients except honey. Add honey to taste up to 1 TBS for slight sweetness. Mix with spoon until well blended. Cook with your favorite pancake cooking method. I use grass-fed butter on a skillet. Turn when edges slightly dry and batter is getting bubbles. Serve plain, with fruit, or with maple syrup.
The pictures make the pancakes look a little dark. Don't mind me...my burners have two settings: off and high. Yes I need a new stove. But if you give a girl a new stove she will want a new refrigerator, exhaust hood, location for stove, and cupboards to go with it. Yes, Kirk is well aware that someday he will likely come home to our kitchen cupboards, which are plywood and falling apart, sitting at the curb. That will be my way of saying it is time.
This next picture is not great but I was trying to capture fluffy. But they were so good I didn't want to think about lighting or getting a better camera or even moving my fork. They were that yummy.