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These look awesome! I can't wait to try them!
OH my gosh. Can't wait to try these. I am not much on almond or coconut flour so these are exciting to me. I bet they would be great with sliced strawberries on top!
Sweat is just your fat crying!
Can I ask what you ladies use on the top for "syrup"
Ivy, I'm glad you tried it! I think experimenting with new recipes helps me to stay on track and makes me feel like I'm splurging, even when I'm not. I'm going to post a cracker recipe I just tried, too.
Thanks for the recipe. I was sure what to have for breakfast and I wanted something different. For those who have a vita-mix, 2 mins is a bit too long. It will make the mix warm, so I recommend doing it till everything is mixed, about a minute. I transferred it to a measuring jug to make it easy to pour and easy clean up of vita mix.
If you notice anything that doesn't make sense in my post or a wrong word, I'm using my iPhone that loves to change what I say or can't keep up with my typing.
Don't mind the lady with the baby, I'm sleep deprived and my words may not make sense. Even this section almost didn't. lol
I had these for breakfast this morning and they were so good that I had to share. I got the recipe from the Primal Kitchen blog.
Lazy Day Pancakes
Makes approximately 12-16 cakes
1.5 large bananas (or 2 medium ones)
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/2 tsp. ground ginger
Dash vanilla extract (optional)
Blend all the ingredients together in a blender on high for at least 2 minutes, until perfectly smooth and there are lots of air bubbles whipped into the batter.
Heat a couple of tablespoons of stable cooking fat such as butter, coconut oil, or macadamia oil in a large pan on medium heat. When the oil starts to shimmer, pour in the batter to make 2.5" cakes. Allow the cakes to cook in the pan until almost all the way done before flipping; you'll see bubbles pop and stay "popped" when they are ready to flip. Continue cooking the rest of the cakes, adding a little more cooking fat to the pan before each new set of pancakes.