Easter Sunday Wild Blueberry Coconut Flour Pancakes I Paleo Vegeo

Wild Blueberry Coconut Flour Pancakes

We love Easter, for so many reason. I love especially the traditions we have created with our little family each year. 

From the start making Easter eggs has been a daddy and daughter combo. My feeling was that mom gets to do everything with the girl, so shouldn't daddy have some connecting time as well? Of course he should!!

They can't wait to make their Easter eggs, and as we've gone more and more green we end up using of course pastured eggs... all nice and varied in colors, natural egg dye and apple cider vinegar instead of white "corn" vinegar. If we want to eat them later, don't we want them to be edible? 

So that is where the traditions start. This year we added in the making the wild blueberry jam, and so I just had to make some grain-free pancakes to go with it. The Pear Coconut Flour Pancakes held together a little bit better I think because of the added chia seeds. So I may add some chia seeds the next time I make these.

Wild Blueberry Coconut Flour Pancakes

2 Pastured Organic Eggs (or egg substitute for vegan)
2 tbsp of vanilla coconut yogurt
2 tbsp melted coconut oil
1/8 tsp Himalayan salt

2 tbsp organic coconut flour
1/8 tsp aluminum-free baking powder
1/4 cup wild blueberries 


1. Mix all of the liquid ingredients first in your Blendtec Express or other high powered blender. If you need a new high-speed blender the Blendtec for its safe and advanced cutting-edge technology! Get a $600 retail value Blendtec Express blender for $199 or a $1500 Blendtec Express Pro blender for $599when you subscribe to 12 months of Blendfresh (min. $69 per month). What a deal!

2. Add in the salt, baking powder and wild blueberries and blend.

3. I use the Green Ceramic pancake pan because I can just flip it over after 3 minutes, but use a good coconut oil and medium heat and I do 1/4 cup of pancake mix for each pancake. This recipe makes 4 decent sized pancakes. 

These must cook through the full three minutes to hold together. If they aren't pancakey enough for you, make sure you look at the chia pancake recipe linked above. 



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