You’ll want to make these sweet and savory Paleo Apple Bacon Pancakes for your next brunch gathering!
I’ll be honest, I don’t love pancakes. They are good from time to time, but I will always prefer something savory (eggs, always) over sweet for breakfast so I usually end up choosing something else. That is… until I made these sweet and savory apple bacon pancakes. Who knew all it took for me to love pancakes was to add some bacon in it? But let’s be real… bacon can make anything better!
This recipe came to me just in time for Mother’s Day, and I’m so excited to share something that can satisfy sweet AND savory taste buds. Don’t you think that special lady in your life will love waking up to the smell of these apple bacon pancakes? I know my mom would.
So if you are looking for an easy and delicious brunch recipe for the weekend, I highly recommend you try these paleo apple bacon pancakes. It has such great flavors and you can top it off with whatever you like, depending on your style.
I added a little bit of maple syrup and a pat of butter, but I think they would also be delicious with some plain yogurt, coconut cream, or even applesauce to bring out the apple flavor even more. I’m drooling just thinking about it!
I have the whole apartment to myself this week! Well, more like the dogs and I… They make great company. C is off to my home state of NJ doing his work thang all week. Which means I made a giant dish of stuffing all for myself. That’s okay. It’s so good that I don’t mind eating it for the next 4 days. Might only last 3 days actually…
By the way, “stuffing” is a misnomer. This recipe is for a dressing. I’ve successfully cooked 3 turkeys in my life and never have I cooked anything inside one. I have no desire to stuff this inside anything besides my belly. But whatever, who says “dressing” anyway? Only weirdos. Sorry if you’re a weirdo. I still like you anyway.
There’s a bunch of things cooked separately for this recipe, and then they are all cooked together. I know, sounds really dumb and pointless. But just trust, it’s not. All that work yields to a perfect mixture of delicious textures.
This is a perfect dish to prepare ahead of time up to right before the step you put everything in the oven. Cover and put in the fridge a day or 2 before Thanksgiving and bake on the big day. One less thing to worry about while getting ready for the guests and about to have a nervous breakdown. Don’t you love hosting Thanksgiving?
Sausage, Sweet Potato & Apple Paleo Thanksgiving Stuffing