Paleo pancakes with MuscleEgg Whites

I am a fiend for pancakes. They are always a treat and something that when done right are really fun. A bonus is good pancakes never fail to please my little lady, so finding new recipes are best. The problem, if there is such a thing, is that most paleo pancakes use nut flour. While nut flour (Almond flour in this case) provides awesome protein there comes a heavy fat price too. Needless to say a paleo pancake made with nut flour is a treat and not an everyday thing. Till Now…

Today I made paleo pancakes w/ MuscleEgg Whites, and it was delicious. I even added some leftover chocolate chips to spice it up – not necessary but made it AMAZING. So get to it:

Recipe (play with the dry ingredients a bit, as the size of your banana plays a big part here):

  • 1 ripe banana mashed
  • 1/2 – 1/4 cup of MuscleEgg Whites (I add a 1/2 and then add a bit more until consistency reached)
  • 1- 1 1/2 tablespoons of Coconut flour
  • 1 tablespoon of Coconut milk
  • Cinnamon
  • Vanilla (1 tsp if you are still measuring .. eyeballs are fine here)
  • Fruit / Nut / Chocolate chips for fun

 

Pretty simple ingredients … directions to make:

  1. Heat pan medium/medium-low depending on strength & add coconut oil to heat
  2. in a bowl mash the banana, and then add all ingredients except the Fun items
  3. After you have it mixed really good – add dry (coconut flour) or wet (egg whiltes or coconut milk) to reach perfect pancake batter consistency
  4. Dollop a tablespoon on the pan being sure to form the pancake with even height (I like to really spread them out so that they are not to thick)
  5. Flip and then eat. If they starting cooking to fast just reduce heat. I find that my pan heats nicely and the first batch is great, but thereafter I have to reduce the heat.

 

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About J.D.

Passionate about CrossFit, mindset, bettering each other, technology, and the intersection of cybersecurity with products. The online views and posts represent my journey of discovery and learning.
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