Nectarine Pancakes with Blackberry Compote

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I’m going to be honest. Now that we’re on the autumn-side of September, I am doing everything in my power to hold tight to every “last” piece of summer. The “last” barbecue. The “last” lazy Sunday picnic. The “last” episode of Bachelor in Paradise!

But one thing I’m really hanging on to with a white-knuckle grip: stone fruits.

Yep. The crown jewel of summer: peaches, plums, cherries, nectarines, apricots.

I can’t decide if I’m more sad to see them go, or my weekly mainstay of trashy reality TV.

So tonight’s recipe, they’re the star of the show.

Nectarine Pancakes with Blackberry Compote!

And they’re Grain/Dairy/Sugar/Gluten Free and Specific Carb Diet friendly with a Vegan Option!

And they make an incredible breakfast, brunch, or brinner…every last magnificent bite.

Here’s What You Need(Serves 1-2)

1 nectarine, chopped
1/2 cup almond flour
2 egg whites, whipped (Vegan Option: 2 Flax/Chia eggs)
pinch of salt
1/8 tsp Cinnamon
1 tsp honey (or 2 dropper-fills of pure liquid stevia)

Compote:
1/2 – 3/4 cup blackberries, pureed
6 drops stevia

Tools:
Electric Hand Mixer (Or Whisk)
Nonstick pan or griddle
Spatula
Stick blender or Food Processor
Mesh strainer or sieve

Directions:
Whip the egg whites until they form medium peaks. Or, if Vegan, make your flax/chia egg. Fold in the almond flour, salt, cinnamon, and sweetener. Finally, fold in the chopped nectarine.

On a screamin’ hot pan or griddle, heat 1 tsp EVOO, and scoop 1/4 cup of the batter onto the pan. Cook for about 3-4 minutes per side, until golden brown around the edges. It should make roughly 5 pancakes.

Meanwhile, puree the blackberries with either a stick blender, food processor, or simply with a fork and elbow grease. 😉 If desired, run the puree through a mesh strainer to remove the blackberry seeds.

This meal was simply phenomenal! Oh my gosh, these pancakes hit the spot — no no — they KO’d the spot — obliterated the spot!

Needless to say, they were so good.

The texture was so light and airy from the whipped egg whites, yet still chewy and wonderfully moist!

And the flavor! Oooohhh the flavor. There’s nothing like a perfectly ripe nectarine. Nothing. Maybe winning a free vacation to Bali, but it would be a close second. The succulently sweet and juicy nectarine with the nutty almond flour was kissed by the sweet and crunchy blackberry compote!

But the best part was that the nectarines caramelized on the hot pan, really deepening their natural sweetness. A meal fit for a queen!

And isn’t there something so magical about breakfast for dinner? It’s luxurious – like having a dinner this delicious is in some way cheating. But it isn’t…it’s bliss. Healthy, yummy, nectarine-filled bliss 🙂

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68 thoughts on “Nectarine Pancakes with Blackberry Compote

  1. Looks delicious.
    Thinking of making the almond flour by roasting the almonds and then grind in a dry grinder. Definitely will give a try.
    Size of the chopped nectarines?

    1. Thanks! That sounds like a great idea! Small dice – roughly the size of peas. Hugs and love xox.

  2. Brinner!! I’ve never heard that word used before, I love it! Those pancakes look and sound delicious it sounds as if they can be for everyone! Thanks so much for sharing! I love reading your blogs. I am a fan. Will order one of your books soon 😍😍⚘

    1. Haha thank you Jenny! Can you believe that next week is the season finale?!! Hugs and love xox

  3. Over here where i’m from we are just coming out of winter ( although it seems winter wants to hold on for dear life) and I would love to make this for my family for when the weather starts warming up:) Thanks soooo much!

    1. Thank you so much!! Yes – or agave!! That would be a great substitute. Or honey. 🙂 Hugs and love xox

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