On Olivia’s birthday a few weeks back, I went over to her precious apartment and she made some delicious egg-free almond meal blueberry cupcakes (a mouth full, right?). That woman is a whizz in the kitchen. As it was her special day, I should have been the one cooking for her! Ha!

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These pancakes were so delicious and didn’t feel heavy in the tummy at all. With some pears on the side and a dab of Canadian maple syrup it was the perfect healthy breakfast.

Of course with a chai tea & a good chat? I’m not sure what could be better.

You can get her recipe for these pancakes here.

Happy Monday, think of bright colors and delicious eats to get you through the day.

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  1. February 4, 2013

    Oh my gosh, these look absolutely scrumptious!! I am going to give these a try next weekend. :)

    Love your photos – they’re so dreamy!

    Milsters

    (www.littlepiecesoflight.com)

    • Meg #
      February 4, 2013

      Hooray! I hope you like them! They really are orgasmic.
      Glad you love the photos. Hehe.

  2. February 4, 2013

    Lovely!

    As someone who eats gluten, dairy, and meat-free (and avoids too many eggs, as well), this is an ideal recipe! And as always, the photography is lovely.

    Merci bien et bonne journée!
    xx
    Karin

    • February 4, 2013

      (I just got a look at the recipe and noted that there is wheat and milk in it, but nevermind! Bob’s Red Mill gluten-free flour mix and some almond milk will take care of it! I just made crepes with both on Saturday and they turned out well.)

    • Meg #
      February 5, 2013

      Amazing. Thanks, Karin!

  3. February 4, 2013

    cute apartment and gluten free pancakes!?

  4. February 5, 2013

    oooh! i’ll have to write this one down! i’m a celiac and usually use coconut flour but it sometimes can be dry/crumbly to work with. who doesn’t love pancakes?! :)

    • Meg #
      February 5, 2013

      Only people who are crazy don’t like pancakes ;-)

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    May 30, 2013

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    May 30, 2014

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