Paleo Plantain Pancakes

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What’s better for breakfast than pancakes?!?! Hmm…nothing! Well, if you are a paleo enthusiast, this may not be on your menu… fortunately for all of the creative minds out there (i suppose i can be in that category ;-)), we have all of these fabulous substitutes! Since the second I started living the Paleo dream, I’ve tried to create & recreate some of my favorite foods! I have tried & made so many pancake recipes along the way. This one…. THIS ONE IS AWESOME! They are easy to make, easy to store, golden brown, fluffy, deliciousness. Mmm Mmm Mmmmmmmm!!! I mostly like to make these for Paige. She is a pancakeaholic… & these do the trick! I love when I score like this! After checking out a bunch of other recipes & ideas, here is what we have! Enjoy!

Paleo Plantain Pancakes

Makes about 26 med size pancakes. I like to freeze extras for backup! Feel free to 1/2 recipe for less!

4 plantains (carefully peeled & chopped,I used green & mine were starting to get SLIGHTLY soft/ripe)

8 eggs

1 TBSP vanilla extract

1 tsp baking soda

1/4 tsp sea salt

6 TBSP coconut oil, melted

a couple shakes of cinnamon

*Feel free to add any mix-ins of your choice! Coconut, walnuts, raisins, apples, bananas, chocolate chips….you get the idea?!?! =)

Preheat your pan or griddle to med/high heat. (I like to cook in bulk.. quickly!) In a food processor, add all of the ingredients & puree until smooth. Drop batter onto greased griddle or pan, let cook for a few minutes until you see the bubbles & starts to get dry around the edges. Flip & cook for another minute or so. Enjoy these beauties with some grass-fed or coconut butter. Maybe a little honey?? Go to town my darlings! These freeze well too for easy breakfasts! ❤

 

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