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These are fabulous for breakfast with bananas and honey. Or make jam (boil a bag of frozen fruit with 1/2 cup honey until thickened). Also - these are fabulous for fajitas or for wrappers for sloppy joes!
12 eggs
2 1/4 cups almond flour
1/4 cup honey
1/2 tsp baking soda
peanut oil or sunflower oil
Beat everything except oil in mixing bowl. Stir well - the more you stir, the better they will be, unlike pancakes made from flour. Oil the pan and cook on low until each side is brown.

2-3 eggs
tomato sauce (boil down tomato juice, add oregano and basil)
chopped veggies or left over stir-fry
olive oil or peanut oil
goat cheese (optional)
Whisk eggs, pour into an oiled hot frying pan. Turn when egg is firm enough and cook the other side (don't cook on high heat or the bottom will burn). Add tomato sauce and fold over. You can also add chopped veggies or left over stir-fry. I find it easier to eat with a lot of veggies for some reason. Add salt and pepper to taste.This is also awesome with homemade salsa and avocado.

4 eggs
1 1/2 cups almond flour
2 tbsp honey
1 tsp vanilla
1-2 ripe mashed bananas
sunflower or peanut oil
Beat eggs in mixing bowl. Add banana, vanilla and salt, mix well. Add honey and almond flour. Stir well - the more you stir, the better they will be, unlike pancakes made from flour. We do not use nonstick pans, so cooking is a bit complicated. You can cook them many ways.Here is one way: Oil the pan ONLY for the first batch (peanut oil, sunflower, etc). We use a large pan and make no more than 4 at a time. Let the first side cook, then flip. Turn off the burner and let the other side cook. Add blueberries or other fruit before the first flip if you'd like (Cranberries are AWESOME). Our first few batches were very good, but very ugly. Now they actually look like pancakes!EASIEST WAY: Another way we make them is to add new oil each batch - this uses more oil, but it is easier and faster to get good looking pancakes. We serve with warm honey. We also like these with blueberries - add frozen or fresh berries before you flip the pancakes.

2 tsp salt
1 1/2 tsp pepper
2 tsp sage
2 tsp thyme
 1/2 tsp rosemary (optional)
1 tbsp sucanat
1/2 tsp cayenne
1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
1 lb beef
Mix well, form into patties, and cook!

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