I could not tell you how many times we have made these pancakes. They are simple to make and a great lunch box filler for school or work.
Banana Almond and Blueberry Pancakes
This recipe is appropriate for the GAPS Introduction Stages from Stage 6 onward
Mash bananas and place them into a bowl
Add eggs, almond flour and vanilla essence to the bowl and blend briefly with an electric beater until smooth
Add dried blueberries and hand mix
Heat frying pan on a low heat to ensure you do not burn the nut flour and spoon small pancakes into the fry pan
You will notice some fine bubbles on the top indicating that they may be ready to flip. Use an egg lifter to flip and lightly cook the other side. If the pan is too hot they will burn
You may need some practice in making these before you fry the perfect pancake but they are well worth the effort
Wrap each pancake in sets of two with baking paper and store them in the fridge or freezer. These are great school snacks or morning tea for visitors.
Serve with fresh sour cream, yoghurt or kefir and fresh banana or blueberries
If you are trying to avoid all sugars including mono sugars found in honey and fruit to help combat candida (yeast overgrowth) it is best to avoid this recipe as it contains honey and fruit. Please refer to our GAPS101 Online learning course for the GAPS Candida Protocol.