Healthy with Jodi

Kids home from school? Try this healthy Chocolate pancakes to keep them full of natural energy

    Coconut flour cacao pancakes
    GF, Dairy free
    Happily serves 12 pancakes

    1⁄3 Cup Coconut flour
    5 eggs
    ½ Nut milk of choice
    ¼ Cup full fat coconut milk
    ¼ Cup coconut sugar or stevia
    3 TBSP Raw Cacao powder
    ¾ tsp vanilla extract
    Dash of Sea salt
    Coconut oil spray for each pancake

    In a deep bowl, whisk all ingredients except ghee/coconut ghee/coconut oil, until well combined. Batter should be very thick but pourable. Not watery.
    Let batter sit for 5 minutes to let the coconut flour absorb the liquid, stirring once more at the end.
    Pour about 1⁄3 cup of batter into a frying pan pre-heated with coconut oil. 
If necessary, tilt pan and shake lightly for even distribution of batter. (Batter does not necessarily need to spread throughout the pan).
    Fry for a couple of minutes, occasionally covering with a lid, till liquid has almost firmed up
    Tip: Covering the pan with a lid occasionally will help keep moisture and enhance even cooking.
    Flip with a spatula, and fry the other side for a couple more minutes, then remove from pan.
    Repeat for rest of batter, greasing pan between batches as needed, and occasionally stirring the batter left in your bowl for even consistency.

    Protein Collagen Pancakes

      Protein Collagen Pancakes
      Gluten Free, Dairy free
      Happily serves 2-3


      2 Free Range Pasture raised eggs
      1 egg white
      1/8 Cup melted Coconut oil
      1/4Cup Coconut flour
      2 scoops Bone Broth Protein Powder
      Dash cinnamon
      1/8 tsp Himalayan sea salt

      Liquid Bone broth or water to thin (I only needed about a TBSP)
      Stevia if desired sweeter

      Whisk eggs and oil together thoroughly.
      Stir in coconut flour, protein powder and Himalayan sea salt and allow to sit for 5 minutes
      Heat coconut oil in a large skillet over medium-low heat.
      Once hot, drop batter into cast iron skillet, cook until bubbles form on one side, flip and repeat.
      Serve Hot

      Bone Broth Protein Pancakes

        Bone Broth Protein Pancakes
        Paleo, Gluten Free, Dairy free
        Happily serves 2-4


        1/2 Cup Applesauce
        3–4 Free Range eggs
        1/4 Cup melted Coconut oil
        1/2 Cup Coconut flour
        4 scoops Bone Broth Protein Powder
        1/8 tsp cinnamon
        1/8 tsp Himalayan sea salt

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        Pumpkin Pie Fudge

          Pumpkin Pie Fudge

          Gluten Free, Vegan, Paleo

          Happily serves 8-10

          All Organic Ingredients:

          2 Cups  pitted and soaked Dates

          ½ C Nut Butter

          1 ½ C Almond Flour

          1/2 C Pumpkin (fresh or canned)

          6 TBSP Coconut flour

          2 tsp Pumpkin pie spice or Allspice

          Sea Salt to taste

          Combine dates and nut butter in food processor until it forms a paste. Add pumpkin, coconut flour,  almond flour, All spice and a dash of sea salt until completely combined. Press into an 8×8 Glass pan.

          Optional to top with some coarse sea salt. 

          Freeze for one hour before serving.

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          Tigernut Flour Pancakes

            Tigernut Flour Pancakes

            GF, Refined Sugar free

            Happily serves 4-6


            • 4 organic cage free eggs
            • ½ cup tigernut flour
            • ¼ cup coconut flour
            • ½ cup dairy free milk (coconut milk)
            • ½ tsp cinnamon
            • ½ tsp raw apple cider vinegar
            • ¼ tsp baking soda
            • Properly measuring the flours is key to the recipe. Stir the tigernut flour with a fork to “loosen” it, then dip in the measuring cup and level the top with a knife. Measure the coconut flour the same way. Combine the flours and eggs to create a smooth batter. Mixing these ingredients first allows you to smooth out the clumps of tigernut flour. Add remaining ingredients, stir until combined.  Cook pancakes as usual

            You can store leftover pancakes in an airtight container in the fridge for a few days. The leftover pancakes actually make a delicious “bread” for grain free sandwiches!