Today I am grateful for these crazy fluffy, gut friendly pancakes.
I don’t usually share recipes that I come up with. Mostly because coming up with recipes, writing them down and then thoroughly testing them to make sure they work, aren’t really where my talents lie. But this one is an exception.
I started with a pancake recipe from Elana’s Pantry (always a good idea) and one thing led to another and now I’m eating these. Pancakes from heaven.
These are fluffiest, tastiest pancakes I’ve made yet. The outside is a bit crispy while the inside is totally fluffy.
Gelatin is fantastic for digestion and healing the gut while also acting as an excellent binder for gluten-free baking. I buy this grass feed beef gelatin on amazon and have using it to make fruit gummies as well.
- 1½ cup blanched almond flour
- ½ tsp baking soda
- ½ tsp celtic sea salt
- 1 tsp gelatin
- ½ to 1 tsp cinnamon (optional)
- 2 eggs
- 1½ cup water
- coconut oil (for frying)
- Combine the dry ingredients first. (This is important because of the gelatin. I’ve made the mistake of throwing everything in at once and the gelatin congealed in an unsavory way.)
- Add the dry ingredients.
- Mix together
- Let the batter sit for 5 minutes
- Heat up a pan with coconut oil in it to medium heat. Once the pan is hot, start frying
- The size of the pancakes doesn’t matter much, but I try to keep them on the small side because they’re cuter that way.
What’s your gratiTUDE today?
What is a “GratiTUDE”?:
GratiTUDE is a general attitude of thankfulness and gratefulness.
What is “What’s Your GratiTUDE?”:
Every day, for as long as I can keep it going, I’m going to tell you something I’m grateful for. I want to do this because I want to remind myself how fortunate I am in a more concrete way. They will be small things, big things, meaningful things, and seemingly inconsequential things. They may repeat on some days if I happen to feel grateful for the same thing more than once. I’m not planning it or mapping it out. I’m just feeling grateful, publicly. And I’d like you, if you’re feeling it, to do the same.
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