By Jet Dubreil

I’ve been hearing all about Jet’s awesome pancakes for the last few weeks….in the gym….on Facebook….on Instagram. People. Can’t. Get. Enough. If you know Jet, you know that she is a fabulous cook. If she brings treats into the gym, we swarm. I mean, literally, swarm her because they are so good. I begged her to write a blog and share her recipe with all of you. Here it is. Enjoy! Lisa

Eating eggs daily for breakfast is monotonous, no matter how creative my recipes are.

Since adopting a Paleo framework for eating almost a year ago, I’ve had to accommodate the eating preferences of the three men in my house, who may not share my enthusiasm for foodie adventure.  They want pancakes;  I want to help them eat healthy.  I’ve tried many pancake recipes: pumpkin, banana and even plantain pancakes with varied success.  But what we were really craving was good old fashion pancakes: perfectly golden, fluffy pancakes with a hunk of melting butter on top and maple syrup running down the sides!  Well I tried every Paleo pancake recipe under the sun and after some serious “faileos”  I. Struck. Gold.  Golden and fluffy that is.

If you’re eating Paleo and are missing pancakes – give these a go!  They are amazing, whether they are “Paleo” or not.

Paleo Pancakes

Dry Ingredients

¼ c Honeyville Almond Flour
¼ c coconut flour
¼ t sea salt
½ t baking soda

Wet Ingredients
½ c coconut milk
2 eggs
1 t vanilla extract
coconut oil, ghee


  1. In a medium mixing bowl combined all dry ingredients.  In a small mixing bowl, combine all wet ingredients, making sure the eggs are well beaten.  Then slowly mix the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients.
  2. On your stovetop, heat a skillet to medium high.  Grease the pan with some coconut oil or ghee, then pour a small amount of pancake mixture onto the pan.  It is best to keep pancakes small – no more than 4” in diameter.  Turn pancakes once bubbles have started to form and the outside edges are golden brown.  Serve warm with grass fed butter and organic maple syrup – or the toppings of your choice.
  3. Makes approximately 12 pancakes.
  4. Enjoy!
  • Melissa

    I made this with coconut milk from a can and doesn’t taste that great. Did you use a certain brand? Please share!! Thank you so much:)