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Are you looking for great recipes for pancakes? I have some fantastic recipes to share with you today! First of all, why not try sweet almond cakes instead? They are so delicious and very healthy as well! There are lots of delicious recipes out there that will have you eating breakfast for lunch and dinner for just one meal!

Fine almond flour: you will want to ensure that you only use a fine almond flour in your batter so that they hold up well and also work with the texture. This is my favorite brand to use. Fruits: this almond flour pancakes recipe calls for at least two different fruits in the batter. You can also add in strawberries or peaches if you like, but keep in mind that they will be a little difficult to get to when they are cold.

Hot Quinoa: you can use any kind of warm grain in this recipe. My favorite is hot quinoa. The flavor in this is incredible and the texture is soft. If you don’t like to eat warm grains, then you might want to consider adding some frozen nuts or dried fruit in the mix. It will make these almond flour pancakes delicious and very nutritious too!

Baking Soda: put one tablespoon of baking soda on your griddle. If you do not have baking soda, you can replace it with regular cooking spray. Next, add your eggs to the batter. You can also use your hand to mix them in if you prefer. Once you have added all of your ingredients, and your almond flour comes out, you are going to want to lay down the flat side of your griddle on top of the hot quinoa. Cover your quinoa with the baking soda and let cook on top of the hot quinoa for about two minutes.

Honey, Salt & Spices: this is a very old school recipe that has been around for generations. You just may not have this as part of your routine today, but it is a wonderful classic. Bring it up into the 20th century and add your favorite spice(s) and you have a delicious variation of the traditional cake. I love using Trader Joe’s and other natural foods in my recipes. A good Trader Joe’s natural foods section has many different choices for you.

Blueberries & Pure Maple Syrup: if you cannot find pure maple syrup or black walnut syrup in your area, you can substitute with blueberries. These are sweetened with xylitol and provide a nice, rich flavor for your almond flour pancakes. If you want to add some color, just add a bit of raw sugar or agave nectar and pure maple syrup and you’ll get a bright pink, fluffy dessert.

If you are having trouble getting the batter to stick to the skillet or waffle maker, you may need to experiment. There are many different methods for this. The most commonly used method, which is what I prefer, is to allow the pancakes to come to room temperature and then heat them up in your microwave for about ten to fifteen seconds. This will thicken the batter a little bit.

Once all of your ingredients are blended well and the batter is smooth, it’s time to put your hand mixer to work. Using the dough hook attachment, mix the dry ingredients together until they are completely combined. Once you have the mixers moving, add the wet ingredients and turn the kneading to begin. You should end up with a thick batter that will make the pancakes look like they came to out of the oven. In about five minutes, you should have a nicely done, layered pancake.

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