Paleo Pancakes Via Happy Healthy Mama
As we have reached the end of Whole30 we are looking for good alternatives to foods we at one time ate. Thanks to Happy Healthy Mama we found a great Paleo recipe that was tasty and not to difficult to make. The ratios were altered a bit for our tastes.
1 medium size sweet potato, cooked until soft
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp baking powder
I put the bananas, cooked sweet potato, eggs in to a mixer and blended until smooth (about setting 4). I would probably break up the bananas into small pieces before putting it in the bowl. After it has mixed smooth, add your cinnamon and baking powder and lower speed to stir.
In a pan add the oil or butter of your choice (we used clarified butter) and turn to medium heat. Add about 1/3 cup of mixture at a time for each pancake. I noticed that it does take a little longer to cook, so I cooked the pancakes for about 5 minutes on the first side and about 2-3 minutes on the other.
What I can immediately compare it to is banana bread. It had a great texture and actually cooked up like a pancake. It was tasty with some fruit.
Try this when you are looking for a good alternative to regular pancakes or have a sensitivity to gluten. It was enjoyable!
Posted by The Pastor Chef