I loooooove a hot breakfast, but I can only do so many tempeh scrambles. I found this glorious Sunday-brunch-saving AIP (Auto-Immune Protocol) recipe by thesweetpeablogger and repinned it on my Pinterest page.
They were called AIP because they have no refined sugar (just 1-2 tablespoons of maple syrup in the mix and I'm sure you could leave that out), no grain, and no other common allergens (corn, soy, rice, eggs, etc) - although, I have to say that overripe bananas are not part of a strict auto-immune protocol (see RealWorldAIP on YouTube for an API education, mostly cooking videos but some research reviews, by a certified AIP coach).
The recipe consists of the following:
Truth be told, I have made some baaaad pancakes since I stopped eating gluten and dairy. Usually it's because I've tried to eliminate too much, such as sweetener and eggs. I've experimented with different types of flour. I've paid not enough attention to the idea that pancakes ultimately represent: a fun Sunday brunch that makes me feel like it's the weekend and I'm still, for one more day at least, off duty.
This recipe can be found here on my Pinterest page, as well as on the original page here. As with other favorites, I cut down on the recipe's eggs from 3 to 2, and I whisked in some ground flax for extra health benefits and binding. I also replaced the butter with 2 T coconut oil. They were perfect:
GLUTEN FREE, DAIRY FREE PANCAKES
This page is for some of my original or favorite recipes that I have used to promote health and healing. I assume that most people know that eating vegetables is healthy, so I focus on healthy treats and alternatives to grain, gluten, sugar, and dairy.
Brownie Batter for Moi
2-Ingredient Buckwheat Bread
Gluten-free Pumpkin Bundt, Hempseed Brownies, and Orange-scented Date Bars
Cherry Nut Granola
Blueberry Coffee Cake
Fluffy Pancakes (GF & DF)