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  • Recipe:

    Peanut Cinnamon Paleo Squash Pancake Recipe

    Peanut Cinnamon Paleo Squash Pancake
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  • Recipe Description:

    Makes a moist, airy squash pancake with a phenomenal taste. Add lots of butter and berries on top!

    Recipe Ingredients:

  • 8 farm fresh, organic Eggs (and soy free!)
  • 1 C Squash (pre baked or steamed)
  • 1 C Smooth Peanut Butter
  • 1/4 tsp Real Salt
  • 1 Tb Cinnamon
  • 3/4 – 1 C Water
  • Recipe Instructions:

    In a medium size mixing bowl, add in squash and eggs and mix until creamy using a Hand Blender if you have one.

    Then add in peanut butter, salt and cinnamon and mix until all ingredients are incorporated.

    Lastly, add 3/4 cup water and mix. If it needs a little more water, add the last 1/4 cup in very slowly. It’s hard to remove water after its mixed in!

    Use the following directions on how to fry the perfect pancake and enjoy! http://www.wellnesshammock.com/2012/05/how-do-you-fry-the-perfect-pancake/

    Comments and Reviews

  • Karen Mattfolk says:
    interested in your recipes, they all look good Reply
  • Hannah says:
    I don't believe that peanuts are "paleo-approved", since technically, peanuts are actually a legume. Reply
    • It depends on who you talk to. Yes, peanuts are a legume, but many feel that it is an okay "cheat" or sometimes thing. Reply
      • Matt Windsor says:
        Pretty much agree with Jami. If you go by the 'strict' definition of Paleo, then peanuts aren't approved as a legume. This being said, most people I know who do the Paleo thing (CrossFitters) who are SERIOUSLY into it utilize peanuts are their 'fuel food.' While eating beans and other things slows me down, I find peanuts/peanut butter actually helps give me energy; and I think most others feel the same way. Reply
      • Hannah says:
        Perhaps you could sub almond butter for the pb and then it actually would be considered paleo? I just don't think you should label this a paleo recipe when it includes an ingredient that is not paleo approved... even if some people you talk to say it's an okay "cheat". Reply
  • Brenda says:
    I'm dumb. What kind of squash? Reply
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