I’m going out on a limb here with this one. And by limb I mean stretching pretty darn far on the imagination tree.
It’s Valentine’s Day. Maybe you’re getting ready to give a little lovin’ to that special someone in your life (not that kind of lovin’… well, maybe that kind of lovin’ if you’ve made some Better YOUR Sex Chocolates). Maybe you want to make sure they know that they are appreciated, accepted, and loved. And maybe you’re thinking those beautifully topped Paleo crepes will do the trick just fine.
Maybe Valentine Crepes?
Do you see me reaching here? It’s a thin branch. With “romantic” crepes at the end. 😉
However you stretch it, today is Cupid’s day and Cupid’s gotta eat.
I don’t know about Cupid, but my heart desires a yummy breakfast to fuel my V-Day. These thin pancakes can be a perfectly seductive addition to start your Valentine’s Day- maybe breakfast in bed?
The inspiration for this bed-ready recipe came from PaleOMG’s beautifully messy stacked crepe recipe.
I stole the recipe and made it mine. It was her Valentine’s Day present to me (whether she knew it or not). I hope she doesn’t mind… they are delicious!
Ok, it wasn’t just her recipe… I did put a little WhatRunsLori.com/Cupid-action into the mix. This one is a variation of my Gluten Free Paleo Crepes and feel free to check out my other crepe recipes. They’re fun and easy to make so I’ve tried a few different variations of crepes and pancakes. Gotta love breakfast…
Stop drooling and go grab your sexy apron, some juicy raspberries, a little morning mimosa (see this post for your DIY Essential Champagne!) and make that special someone (YOU better be including yourself as special!) these lustfully luscious crepes.
[Breakfast-In-Bed] Coconut Paleo Crepes
Simple, gluten-free, dairy-free, grain-free. Paleo.
- 5 egg whites (about 1 cup) or 3 full eggs
- 1/2 cup coconut cream, coconut milk, or almond milk
- 3 tbsp coconut flour
- 1 tbsp vanilla
Whisk all ingredients together in a large bowl.
Heat a non-stick griddle to high and once hot, add 1 tsp coconut oil. Add 1/4 cup batter to hot pan, reducing heat to medium-high.
As the batter just starts to cook, slowly swirl around the pan to thin and coat the pan- creating a thin pancake/crepe.
Heat for 2-3 minutes or until the sides start to curl up and become browned. Carefully flip and heat for another 2-3 minutes.
Remove and repeat with remaining batter.
Top with goodies!
- Greek yogurt
- Almond butter
- Berries, fresh or frozen
- Coconut flakes
- Cacao nibs
What would you top your Paleo Crepes with?
What foods or recipes say ‘I love you’ the most?
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!