This recipe is introduced on stage 3 as a replacement for the Nut Butter Pancakes for people who can not tollerate nuts. It can also be adapted in week 8 and 9 on the GAPS Baby Diet – Introducing Solids for Baby. It is simple to make and most children and adults find them enjoyable. They can be served with a little avocado, guacamole, or sour cream. This is easy to pack into school and work lunch boxes. You may wish to explore our other pancakes and fritters at a latter date when all the foods in those recipes have been successfully added after the Introduction Diet and when on the Full GAPS Diet program.
Nut Free Flour-less Chicken Pancakes
This recipe is appropriate for the Introduction Diet from Stage 3 on wards
Using a food processor, blend all ingredients together until completely smooth. The mixture will look like thick pancake batter
Heat the pan and melt some ghee or duck fat to grease the pan
Pour spoonfuls of the batter into the pan. The batter may need to be spread out a bit with the spoon so that it is not too thick
Watch to see tiny bubbles form on the top before flipping them over but be sure not to cook to high or they will burn
Serve warm or cold with a slice of avocado or just as they are
When you have progressed through the stages, you may add onion, grated carrot and zucchini for extra flavour. Other ingredients to consider when making this recipe are equal amounts of organic nut butter, eggs and squash (as directed in the introduction diet).
When on the full GAPS diet you may wish to add spring onion shallots, carrot and zucchini to the recipe to make fritters. Later when cucumbers are tollerated, you can enjoy these with a nice homemade tzatziki dip.