These gut friendly paleo pancakes are a great way to start your day! They pack almost 20g of protein per serving, along with good fat, zero added sweeteners and a hefty portion of Vitamin A, D and Selenium (>20% of your RDA).
One serving which is approximately 4 pancakes will give you a little over 5g of fibre. The combination of protein, fat and fibre will keep you full until lunch-time. They’re naturally gluten-free, and don’t feel like you’re eating ‘diet’ food.
If you have 10 minutes in the morning, then you have time to make these.
100g ground almonds
25g dried, unsweetened coconut
1 tsp gluten free baking powder
0.5 tsp salt
0.5 tsp psyillium husk (optional, makes them a little easier to flip)
2 large eggs
125ml milk or mylk (I like Good Hemp, Creamy Seed Milk)
1T ghee or butter for frying pan
Optional add-ins to mixed batter:
1 tsp cinnamon or 1 tsp vanilla extract or 1 T dried blueberry powder
Mix dry ingredients together. Then mix wet ingredients together. Or, throw caution to the wind and mix all in one bowl. Put frying pan on the stove with ghee on medium heat.
Spoon/pour the mixture into the pan. Leave undisturbed for 3 minutes, then flip and cook for another 2/3 minutes.
Keep first batch warm, while you repeat with remaining batter.
Serve with kefir, almond butter, berries and a sprinkle of flaxseed*.
*I’m currently using Waitrose’s Milled golden flaxseed with maca, cacao and chicory inulin. This is a gut friendly product as it contains prebiotics and insoluble fibre.