I’m constantly amazed by just how many different ways there are to make paleo-friendly versions of some of my favorite carb-heavy meals. Pancakes are a perfect example of this. They’re one of those foods that you wouldn’t think would be a good fit for the paleo diet at first, but the truth is, there are so many fantastic substitutions you can do to make it paleo. You just have to get a bit creative with the ingredients you use. Out with the refined wheat flour (which has been shown to cause inflammation—no thanks!), and in with the fiber-rich and paleo-friendly alternatives like flaxseed meal. Simply add in a few classic extras like a banana and cinnamon, and you’re left with one of the best pancake recipes. Use this as a base to build upon or serve as is—whatever works for you!
If you ask me, all of the best paleo recipes have two main things in common: they aren’t too difficult to make and they taste deceivingly good. If it doesn’t taste even remotely healthy, I know I hit it out of the park. I’m happy to report that this paleo banana blueberry pancake recipe delivers on both of those key features in spades. It’s a nice and easy recipe that includes a terrific mix of healthy ingredients (it’s especially good for people who love pancakes without going overboard on their carb consumption). Most importantly though, I’m 100% positive that from the moment you take your first bite, you’re going to be completely hooked on these pancakes. Enjoy, fellow pancake lovers.
Pancakes and banana bread. Two totally different foods that are pretty much universally loved. It’s really no wonder that this paleo banana bread pancake recipe works so well. It’s a match made in heaven, just like chocolate and peanut butter. Best of all, these pancakes are paleo-friendly and 100% kid-approved. This recipe doesn’t just stop with mixing pancakes and banana bread though. It takes things a step further by also adding chopped walnuts into the mix, which helps to add a solid amount of heart-healthy fats to your pancakes. Personally, I love it for the crunch as well. If you’re a fan of both pancakes and banana bread, then you owe it to yourself to make this recipe.
Do you know what’s even better than having dessert for breakfast? Having dessert for breakfast that’s actually pretty healthy. If you’re thinking that’s impossible, then you haven’t tried this addictive paleo bananas foster pancake recipe yet. It all starts with making a delectable batch of paleo-friendly pancakes from scratch. You won’t find any refined flour or processed ingredients in this recipe. There’s just no need when these paleo ingredients already do the job well. Be careful with this recipe folks, those pancakes will disappear quickly so make sure you’re ready to make big batches!
When I was growing up, my all-time favorite food to eat for breakfast was always chocolate chip pancakes. Just because I’m an adult now doesn’t mean I have to give up my childhood go-to. If anything, I’m just more determined than ever to follow through. These flourless paleo banana chocolate chip pancakes are even better than the traditional pancakes I stuffed myself with as a kid, at least in my opinion. I love knowing exactly what’s in it, plus the fact that I can enjoy it without feeling guilty about deviating from my paleo diet. The pancakes are made with a fantastic mixture of wholesome ingredients (with paleo staples like coconut flour, almond flour, almond milk, and dark chocolate chips) that make for a pancake breakfast that doesn’t just taste great, it’s incredibly healthy as well.
If you’ve been craving pancakes for breakfast lately, then we’ve got just the thing for you. This recipe for making crave-worthy paleo banana oatmeal pancakes is one of my top breakfast options when I have a little more time in the morning to enjoy breakfast. Before you ask about the oatmeal in this recipe and how it’s not paleo approved, we’re actually going to be using a different kind of ‘oatmeal’ through a low-carb, high-fat alternative such as flaxseeds. Flaxseeds are an excellent source of dietary fiber and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, not to mention it pairs excellently with other paleo baking ingredients such as almond flour and coconut flour. I absolutely love the texture of these pancakes because you can tell it’s made with quality ingredients and not just refined flour and sugar.
Just because you’re pressed for time in the morning doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice enjoying a nutritious and well-balanced breakfast. At least not when you follow great recipes like this one for making easy-peasy 2-ingredient paleo banana egg pancakes. One single banana and a couple of eggs are the only things you’ll need to whip up these pancakes (plus a bit of coconut oil for greasing). Don’t let the simplicity of this recipe fool you though. I’d easily rank these 2-ingredient pancakes amongst the best pancake recipes I’ve ever tried.