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Old 03-13-2014, 05:23   #1
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I found the recipe on this site...www.beautyandthefoodie.com
Paleo, Primal, Low Carb, Vegetarian Grain Free Recipes and DIY Natural Beauty Remedies


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I made these this morning, baked in conventional oven & then toasted in butter in a skillet. The pan frying makes a big difference. Drizzled Walden Farms pancake syrup on it, and it was very satisfying. Next will try an egg muffin with ham or bacon or sausage.

Thanks, Deanne!

Oh - and I baked them on parchment paper on a baking stone . . . used muffin rings too.

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Yes Shanny they are good. I make my own variations, I use a couple of Tablespoons each of Flaxseed meal and almond flour, 1/2 tsp of baking powder, 1 egg and a bit of coconut or olive oil. I microwave for 11/2 mins, then slice in half and fry both sides in a bit of butter to brown. I then eat just like I would a traditional English muffin. Mostly I spread butter and either vegemite or sugar free jam. I have also had these with avocado, a squeeze of lime, sat and pepper. I don't add sweetener though as I like the flavour to come from my toppings. Cheers

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Oh and by the way I have finally found I can purchase some Walden farm products online ( Australia) and have ordered some of the much heard about maple syrup. Can't wait to try the pancake recipes out.

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Bumping this one up. Looks like a good recipe.

(Kazz - I noticed you viewing this (Who's Online) and took a look at it. Glad I did.)

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Oooh, thanks for the bump, these look great.

Has anyone made them yet, I'm a bit confused about if I'm supposed to use almond milk and coconut milk or just one or the other.

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It's one or the other. This would be the liquid for the recipe.

I'm going to just use water. Don't have almond milk, and am not going to open a whole can of coconut milk for 1 T. Plus, don't want the added coconut taste. I may add a bit more fat to compensate.

I think she also mentions half-n-half - and one could certainly use diluted cream.

I have the recipe printed out and ready to fix. Can't have it today because I already had some egg and probably wouldn't be a good idea to add more in today.

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Great catch! Thank you for this recipe, I'll try it this weekend

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