If you haven’t tried baking Paleo pancakes before, you need to ASAP. It’s the ultimate way to get fluffy pancakes, but with no pancake flipping involved.

And if peaches, bacon, and chocolate chips are your cups of tea, then this Peach, Bacon, and Chocolate Chip Baked Paleo Pancakes recipe needs to be on your morning or weekend to-do/ to-eat list.

Trust me, your taste buds, and everyone else’s, will thank you.

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This recipe was the result of a lazy girl move on my part the other weekend. I had just made some bacon, doubled one of my go-to Paleo pancake recipes, and started putting the pancakes on the grill.

4 pancakes later and my pancake batter still looked full! There was NO WAY I was going to be flipping so many pancakes that morning. I didn’t have time for that! (I did, but I just didn’t want to haha) On top of that, I was flipping the pancakes wrong and breaking them.

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If you couldn’t tell, I was in no mood. And one thing that I have learned about myself when it comes to cooking is that when I’m not in the mood to make something, it has a way of not turning out. So, in order to save breakfast, and my sanity, I poured all of the batter into an oven-safe frying pan and baked them.

I got back in bed with a cup of coffee, sighed a breath of relief, and set the timer for 20 minutes.

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When the timer rang, I was surprised at how delicious the baked pancake turned out! It was fluffier than my normal Paleo pancakes, and it tasted kind of like a delicious Paleo cake.

Cake for breakfast? Yes please.

Pancakes without actually having to flip them? Yes please again.

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I ended up tweaking that first baked pancake recipe and then adding in peaches because peaches and bacon were meant to be together. I also added chocolate chips because… chocolate chips are meant to be in pancakes.

It is a really delicious flavor combination, especially for fluffly Paleo pancakes.

And if all of that wasn’t good enough, these Peach, Bacon, and Chocolate Chip Baked Paleo Pancakes are a protein powerhouse! If you divide the baked pancake into 4 servings, each serving has roughly 14.5 grams of protein. 🙂

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Peach, Bacon, and Chocolate Chip Baked Paleo Pancakes (GF)

Servings: 4 -6
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Cook 2 strips of bacon in the microwave until crispy. (I put paper towels onto a microwave safe plate, put the bacon onto the paper towels and covered them in more paper towels and cooked them for 2-3 minutes).
  • In a medium bowl, add the mashed bananas. Then add 1/3 cup of the diced peaches to the bowl and mix them into the mashed banana. Add 4 eggs, 4 Tbs coconut milk, 1 Tbs of honey ,1 Tbs of lemon juice, and 1 tsp of vanilla to the bowl and mix everything together well with a fork or a hand-held mixer.
  • In a second bowl, mix together ½ tsp baking soda, 1/4 tsp cinnamon, 1 cup almond flour, and 3 Tbs coconut flour.
  • Pour the dry mixture into the wet mixture and mix with a fork until everything is blended. Fold in the chocolate chips and 1/3 cup diced peaches.
  • Put batter into a pre-greased large frying pan (I used this 12 inch oven safe frying pan).
  • Take the crispy bacon and break it up into smaller pieces.Top the batter in the pan with the bacon pieces.
  • Bake for 18-20 minutes, until the top starts to become golden, and the center looks firm.
  • Cut the pancake into pieces, top with maple syrup and enjoy!
Author: Dominique | Perchance to Cook

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