National Pancake Day :)

National Pancake Day :)

National Pancake Day :)

   Banana Pancakes With Raspberry Compote  

In honor of National Pancake Day 2-28-17, we have whipped up some yummy pancakes!

These are Paleo friendly and made completely with clean ingredients.

Here is what you need to whip you up a stack of these dudes!!!


  • 1/2 c. Almond Flour or Meal (I used meal)
  • 1/2 c. Coconut Flour
  • 1 tsp Baking Soda
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 c. Whole Fat Canned Coconut Milk
  • 2 Over Ripe Bananas
  • 1 tbs Raw Honey (optional)


  • 1 1/2 c. Raspberries
  • 1 tbs Water
  • Juice of a small orange
  • 1 tsp Raw Honey (optional)  

Okay now the fun part. I like to turn my oven on the lowest possible setting and place a baking pan inside to keep my cooked cakes warm while I cook for my small army.

Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl, making sure to get most of the lumps out.

Now comes the eggs, coconut milk, bananas and honey if you opt for it. Mix well.

Get your non-stick pan ready on med/low heat. (I like to use a little Ghee in my pan to aid in the non-stickiness.)I let my pan get hot then spoon about 2 tbs. of the batter in the pan. Then sit back and enjoy the lovely banana aroma that is about to go down in the kitchen.

Timing is everything on the flip. These cakes like any Paleo Pancake are a little shy when showing their brown sides.You don’t want to flip too soon, let the pancake set up a little, after your first cake is done you will be a total pro. Repeat until your plates are all stacked high with yumminess!!!

This recipe will make about 10 ummmmmm, palm sized(thumb included) pancakes 🙂

Like I mentioned before I like to put the cakes in the oven on low heat to keep warm.

Now lets talk Raspberry Compote ( I could literally roll this up in newspaper and eat it). This stuff is so easy to cook up. Just get all your ingredients in a small sauce pan turn on med/low heat and let those beautiful berries simmer until the begin to cook down (about 5 mins on a good simmer). Stir gently and let simmer for a little while longer until the berries natural sugars start to thicken a bit. Then pull completely from the heat and let cool.

I like to make my compote before I start the pancakes so that it will have time to cool and thicken. Also so I can eat half of it while I am cooking the cakes, yes its THAT good!

There you have it the Perfect Paleo Pancake to help you celebrate National Pancake Day (if you’re into that sort of thing)!!!




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