These delicious paleo chocolate chip pancakes are derived from our original paleo pancake recipe with a few slight variations.
We use dark chocolate, with at least 65% cacao. The higher the % the better. (I love dark chocolate) Also we change our choice of nut here to pecans. I like pecans better because, in my opinion, they go better with dark chocolate; however, you can use pretty much any nut you choose.
Not only are these paleo chocolate chip pancakes super easy to make, but also they are healthy and delicious. Perfect for a Sunday morning breakfast, or dinner any night of the week!
Delicious Paleo Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Serves: 3-6 | Prep Time: 5 mins | Total Cook Time: 10 mins | Breakfast Ready in: 15 mins
What you can source from your urban farm:
- 3 fresh free-range eggs
- 1/2 cup pecans, pulsed until finely ground
- 2 tbs local raw honey
- 1 cup dark chocolate chips (at least 65% cacao)
Ingredients from your local healthy foods store:
- 1/2 cup coconut flour
- 1 tbs pure vanilla extract
- 1 tsp baking soda
- pinch of Pink Himalayan Salt
- pinch of cinnamon
- coconut oil for cooking
- 1 mashed ripe banana
Lets Get Cookin’!
- In a food processor, pulse pecans until finely ground
- Pulse in honey, coconut flour, banana, vanilla, baking soda, eggs salt, and cinnamon
- Continue to pulse until mixture is very smooth
- Gently fold in 3/4 of the dark chocolate
- Heat your coconut oil in a pan to melt it using a medium heat
- Using a large spoon (approx. 1 tbs) scoop your batter and plop it onto the greased pan, continue this until pan is full (usually 3 to 4 pancakes depending upon size)
- Once you start to see little bubbles all over your pancake its time to flip
- Cook until both side are golden brown
- Plate your pancakes and top with the remaining dark chocolate chips
- Serve with grass-fed butter and/or pure maple syrup
Enjoy your delicious Paleo Chocolate Chip Pancakes!
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