12.03.2013

WIAW #36 + Paleo Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Hey friends! I hope everyone had an EXCELLENT Thanksgiving! 

I'm going to apologize right off the bat - I forget to take pictures of my Thanksgiving meal for WIAW this week. So, instead, you can read what I ate on Thanksgiving below!

Gardein's Holiday Roast...and some real turkey as well :)
Green Bean Casserole - The Post Punk Kitchen
Pumpkin Tiramisu - Chloe Coscarelli
Mashed Cauliflower 

Here's a look at some other things I ate this week.....


{Left to right} Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Cake (recipe coming soon...)
Paleo Chocolate Chip Pancakes (recipe below)
Lunch at the Cincinnatian Hotel (items in picture: chocolate mousse cake and moscato)
Chocolate covered bacon

So....these Paleo Chocolate Chip Pancakes.

The recipe is THIS ONE, slightly modified. The recipe is good on its own, but EVERYTHING is better with chocolate. 


Paleo Chocolate Chip Pancakes

{Ingredients}
1 banana
2 eggs
Chocolate chips
Strawberries + sugar {optional}

{Directions}
1. In a small food processor, blend banana and eggs. You can mash the banana if you want, but I think the food processor is WAY easier. 
2. Allow to rest for a couple minutes (this allows the batter to thicken slightly).
3. Heat a lightly greased skillet to medium-high heat. Place one ladle of batter into pan. Sprinkle a handful of chocolate chips on top.
4. Cook until you see bubbles forming on the surface, and the bottom is slightly brown. Flip to other side. 
5. Cook for about 30 seconds and then place on a plate.
6. {optional} Slice some strawberries and sprinkle with sugar. Allow to sit for a few minutes to create a sweet syrup. Spoon strawberries on top of pancakes. 
7. Enjoy!

Pretty straightforward.... right?!

Here are some things that will soon come to Passing Daisies! Get excited!

{Advent Calendar printable}
{More holiday gift guides}
{Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Cake}
{Whirlybird Granola review/giveaway}
{PASSING DAISIES BIRTHDAY LINKUP}*
{NuNaturals Review/giveaway}

*I'm looking for bloggers to participate in a link up with me and create a fun birthday recipe! I've got the details. EMAIL ME to find out more <3

Have a lovely week and let me know what you ate for Thanksgiving!

6 comments:

  1. Oh dang those pancakes look delicious!!! YUM!

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    1. thanks! I hope you try them and cant wait to hear what you think!

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  2. I once tried banana and egg pancakes but they definitely didn't turn out like this, these look fantastic! Just found your blog through WIAW and I love it! It's adorable!

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    1. my first one didnt work so well, but i realized the mix had to sit and thicken a little bit first. then it worked a lot better! thanks! :)

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  3. Such an easy pancake recipe!

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    1. yes, and i was surprised how good it tastes!

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