There are a lot of paleo pancakes out there. Really, I just Googled "paleo pancakes" as I typed this and got 1,380,000 results. I guess pancakes are the thing that no one wants to give up making the switch from the Standard American Diet to paleo eating. And I speak from personal experience, along with cookies, I wanted to know I could still eat some sort of pancake before I made the change.
I may have mentioned this before, but I grew up eating pretty healthy. My parents still aren't huge carb-eaters, but they make these amazing from-scratch buttermilk pancakes that are much anticipated by the whole family when we have breakfast-time visits. However, paleo eating negates the consumption of these pancakes. One great thing about my mom is that she's on-board with healthy food changes, so she immediately set out to fix the pancake problem. I mean, what else are we supposed to eat when we go over for breakfast? Well, my husband would say the sausage-pepper-onion egg thing my mom also makes, but eggs are not my thing (kind of ridiculous, no?).
So this is the baseline new pancake recipe in a handy formula format. Just take "one" of each of the ingredients and you get eight pancakes which will feed one hungry adult (with maybe a pancake or two leftover) or two hungry kids. We've fancied it up from time to time and I'll post that sometime in the future.
Let me just put this out there: if you are used to pancakes made from mix that comes from a box (gasp!) that are fluffy and bounce a little when they hit the plate, this is not going to be your recipe. These are great pancakes, I really think you'll like them, but they will not pass for regular pancakes (and neither will any other paleo pancakes out there, no matter what the recipe says).
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If you were switching to a new way of eating, what's one food you would absolutely still need to be able to eat? Pancakes? Cookies? Ice cream?
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