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Hemp Pancakes

kept byNonie

Hemp is very high in protein and boasts a soft, nutty texture and a mild, nutty flavour. It is often milled into flour, but here we use the whole nuts. It's extremely high in omega 3 and has a perfect balance of omega 3 to 6 fatty acids. These pancakes are slightly darker than regular pancakes, with a green hue that is not indicative of the taste! They can be made into pancakes or waffles. A delicious health food even kids love.
Yield: 15 pancakes


1 cup of shelled hemp seeds (hemp hearts)
3 T extra virgin coconut oil
1 cup gluten free flour mix
2 teaspoons baking powder, aluminum free
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon sea salt
2 tablespoons xylitol
4 free range eggs, slightly beaten
1 cup high fat coconut milk or kefir
1 cup water
2 tablespoons pure vanilla extract

Combine flour, shelled hemp seed, baking powder & soda, and salt in bowl. Combine eggs, milk, and water. Whisk in butter. Pour into dry ingredients. Use blender to mix to smooth consistency. Wait 10 minutes. If too thick, add a bit more water and blend till right consistency; Cook on med high heat with coconut oil.  Use griddle for waffles or pan for pancakes. Cook until tops are bubbly – turn and cook until browned.

Makes about 16 pancakes – can be frozen between parchment and heated later. 

Serve with raw coconut kefir (unsweetened) and fresh berry compote or diced apples and cinnamon and clove powder, with sprinkles of xylitol or drizzle of real maple syrup if you like it sweet.



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