What you need:
any other seeds or nuts you would like to grind into flour or purchase nut flours
coconut flour 1-2 TBS depending on size of batch, I put it in when I have it on hand
6-8 whole eggs
cinnamon to taste
ginger to taste
nutmeg to taste
cloves to taste
sea salt, just a pinch
baking powder, just a pinch
some form of liquid, water, kefir, milk, cream, coconut milk/cream to your preference for thickness of pancake
butter, bacon grease to cook your cakes in if needed
*I fill my coffee grinder to at least cover the blades but no more than the max fill line Then I add additional of any of them or liquid for the consistence I want.
Additional options to add in:
pumpkin, I think this makes them the best, really moist
Swiss chard, kale, spinach
coffee grinder to grind seeds and nuts into flour
blender, mixer, something to mix all this stuff together
something to cook your pancakes on, pan, griddle
Crack eggs and blend well. Grind all the seeds/nuts in the coffee grinder. Once ground, place in the egg mixture.
Cook them on your pan or griddle to your liking of doneness. I really like to cook them in bacon grease, makes them a little crispy on the edges and tasty really yummy.
Toppings I use:
Butter, of course
real maple syrup, do not go over board on either, they still have sugar
fruit, fresh or made into a compote
They are yummy plain as well.
These save well and reheat easily. I always make a large batch and then have breakfast for several days or a snack when needed. They pack well also. Be sure to make a large batch so you have left overs.
I hope you enjoy!
Saving the world one stick of butter at a time.
In the love of Christ,