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I love this recipe!  It’s a great alternative to the regular pancakes that are loaded with processed sugar and white flour.  These pancakes won’t spike your blood sugar (which is essential if you have PCOS) and will keep you satisfied longer.

You can also save the leftovers and pop them in the toaster for quick work week lunch.

Soy-free, Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Egg-free, Corn-free, Processed Sugar-free, Candida Diet Approved

Almond Oat Cakes

Enjoy these “pancakes” guilt free, without the refined carbohydrates and refined sugar. The coconut cream is great to combat the symptoms of Candida.

yield: 2 servings prep:

5 minutes cook:

15 minutes

1 Tbsp ground flax


3 Tbsp warm water


1 cup gluten-free oats


1⁄4 cup almond meal


1⁄2 tsp cinnamon


pinch sea salt


1 1⁄4 tsp aluminum-free baking powder


1⁄2 tsp vanilla powder (optional)


1⁄2 cup + 2 Tbsp almond milk or other non-dairy milk

1 Tbsp unsweetened/unsalted almond butter


1 1⁄2 Tbsp grade b maple syrup


1-2 Tbsp coconut oil

Directions

  • Combine flax meal with water and let stand for approximately 10 minutes.
  • While flax “egg” forms, place oats, almond meal, cinnamon, sea salt, baking powder and vanilla into either a 
high speed blender or food processor. Pulse until well combined and oats become finely chopped.
  • Add milk, almond butter, maple syrup and flax “egg”. Pulse until well mixed and a batter forms.
  • Bring a pan or griddle to medium heat and coat with coconut oil.
  • Pour batter onto heated griddle in 1⁄4 cup portions.
  • Cook until bubbles form and edges turn golden brown.
  • Flip pancakes and cook through.
  • Repeat until all batter is used.
  • Top with berries and coconut cream or a splash of maple syrup.

 

Note: Keep all the pancakes warm while finishing the last of the batch by placing them in a low heated oven.

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