Not your normal breakfast.

Appearances may be deceiving, but this is no typical American breakfast.

This is all Paleo!

Delicious pancakes.

No gluten-free mixes.

EASY steps.

I would not post this if I did not think you would fall in love with this recipe! Thank you to Catalyst Athletics, who has so wonderfully given out this recipe.

Just passing it on…



Quick Paleo Pankcakes
Scott Hagnas
August 2007

The first recipe that I wrote for the Performance Menu was Apple Cinnamon Paleo Pancakes. They were tasty, but a bit cumbersome to cook. I have since perfected a much quicker method, while keeping the flavor.

Time: 10 minutes

• 2 eggs
• 1/2 C unsweetened applesauce
• 1/2 C nut butter (not peanut butter! – cashew/macadamia nut butter works well)
• 1/4 tsp cinnamon
• 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
• coconut oil

Mix all of the ingredients except the coconut oil in a bowl. Stir well, until you have a uniform batter. Next, use a bit of coconut oil to grease a non stick skillet. Spread some of the batter into the skillet to form a pancake, then cook over low/medium heat. Flip after 1 to 2 minutes, being careful not to burn them!

Once you’ve cooked all of your pancakes, you can serve them with a variety of toppings. A few that I like: chopped apples and cinnamon; heated blueberries; real maple syrup; and unsweetened applesauce.

Zone info: 3 servings at 1/2 carb block, ~1/2 protein block, 15 fat blocks




3 responses to “Not your normal breakfast.

  1. These have become a staple in our house. I have a couple with some canadian bacon for a pre-workout meal, and Ainslee eats them like crazy. I add a couple of bananas to the mix though.

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