Treat of the Week: Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Pancakes

October 18, 2013

Y’all. <pause> <pause> …FINALLY!!!

…The Daily Dubes is in tha mother fucking house.

Give it up. Go ahead clap for me, goddammit.

And while you’re at it, check out my new Converse. Again, I went with a very hip hop, cutting-edge style. I feel like a badass in them.

I would also like to point out that my bicep looks pretty amazing here. I’m kinda a proud, not gonna lie…ain’t no shame in my game.

…So my Pumpkins, It has been two long weeks since we’ve chatted on a Friday, and…FIVE (yes five!) weeks since I’ve had more than one day off/week, and I need it. BADLY. As much as I love what I do, I am definitely in need of some mindless activities that don’t involve me telling someone to pull their abdominals in and up or corset their ribcage. French kissing my husband, sleeping, eating, cooking and, obviously, drinking of some sort, sounds bloody fantastic to me.

Before I hop to your treat of the week, I would like to mention that because I dropped the ball Wednesday and failed to talk to y’all about Good Foods for Your Boobs like I said I would, there will be extra juicy content happening next week, so get excited. I am a woman of my word and I WILL make up for it in an AMAZEEEEING way. Cross my heart.


Now, for the sweet stuff.

Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Pancakes

*A few things to note: They’re gluten-free / dairy-free / low-carb / high fiber / high protein / fucking awesome*

RECIPE Makes 1 BIG pancake!

2 T Coconut Flour

1 Egg

1/4 Cup Almond / Cashew / Soy / Milk

1 T Ground Flaxseeds

2 tsps 100% pure Maple Syrup (no fake log cabin shit)

1/2 Cup Pureed Pumpkin

1 tsp Vanilla Extract

Pumpkin Spice

Pinch of  Sea Salt

1 T chocolate chips


Heat frying pan over medium flame with 1 tsp of almond or olive oil. Mix all ingredients well. Pour batter in pan and do your best to form pancake. (The batter is thicker than usual, so it may not be the perfectly shaped pancake). Sprinkle chocolate chips on pancake. Let cook for 5 minutes. Be careful flipping – you might need two spatulas. Cook another 5 minutes or so. Plate up, add whatever you want on top – fruit / maple syrup / peanut butter, etc. etc.

Boom. We’re done. It’s a WRAP Suckers.

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