GAPS Apple Skillet Pancake

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Im guest posting at Health Home and Happiness! Come take a peek at my warm GAPS Apple Skillet Pancake! YUM. 

**a perfect back to school” nourishing breakfast!**


GAPS Apple Pancake <— get recipe here


Here are the supplies I use…


6 pastured eggs
½ cup coconut milk (canned/boxed or homemade)
4 medium apples
¼ cup ghee or coconut oil
¼ cup coconut flour
1 tsp lemon juice
¼ tsp sea salt
2 Tbsp cinnamon
2 Tbsp vanilla honey or (2 T honey + 1 tsp vanilla extract)


Unseasoned cast iron pan (I prefer to season it myself because most companies use soy or corn oil to “season” theirs.




~Stay Gutsy, Caroline

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  1. mama chloe says

    Your GAPS Apple Pancake recipe arrived in my inbox very early this morning … just as I was trying to decide what kind of eggs I wanted for breakfast. What a perfect answer to my pondering! I had just purchased several organic apples and pastured eggs, so I was set. I retrieved the Pampered Chef apple-corer-slicer gadget I picked up on the cheap this year at a garage sale, and the pancake was in the oven before you could say Gutsy Girls Rock! My homeschooled son and I devoured it for breakfast, along with some tea.

    Thanks so much for sharing this recipe! I made your coconut butter over the weekend, mixed in some cacao and honey, dried cherries and sliced almonds, then cooled them in little blobs for the sweet-toothed folks in the house.

    Haven’t tried your GAPS chocolate chips cookies. That’s my next venture.

    I sure do appreciate you!

  2. yum! featuring this this week on AFW Carolyn!!

  3. Kathleen says

    We love apple season at our house. I want to try your recipe but my new stove doesn’t allow cast iron. I don’t know if that will make too big a difference. I too am super headache sensitive to perfume.


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