Adaptogenic Paleo Cinnamon Roll Pancakes

Adaptogenic Paleo Cinnamon Roll Pancakes are not only delicious, good for you, mood boosting and full of healthy fats and gut friendly foods, they are also grain free. One bite will have you coming back for more. 

Adaptogenic Paleo Cinnamon Roll Pancakes-Follow Our Passion

I know that these pancakes are definitely fall material and I’m gonna sound basic af by saying this but I WANT FALL BACK.. NOW! I think I’ve talked about my love for fall winter a bit much on the blog and I love transporting myself to the season where the leaves are falling, changing color, the air is crisper and and you get to go apple picking.

I like summer don’t get me wrong, I love the produce and love that you can go swimming and hiking but truth be told I would be so okay if we only had a month of summer then jumped to fall, winter and spring. I just feel that way.

Any whoooooooo. As deep as my obsession for fall and boots and everything related to fall and boots haha. I also have been obsessed with Wild Way’s grain free hot cereal especially the cinnamon bun one. Cause it smells AMAZING and just gets me in the spirit of lighting the fireplace and drinking hot tonics and cuddling up with my bub.

The smell and taste has had me craving cinnamon roll. Here’s the funny part of all, I’m really not a huggeeeee cinnamon roll person, mainly because I feel cheated with the frosting and also, where can I get a cinnamon roll or bun that isn’t full of processed sugar.

You see where I’m going with righhtttt. I was a huge cinnamon roll fan before but I really liked with I knew the place and could ask for more frosting, I also really like lemony frosting, I like that tart tangy-ness you get.

So after experimenting with cinnamon roll muffins- sadness it was a fail. If you saw stories that day it was total stay out of the kitchen day, my beautiful ceramic bowl where I loved to eat my smoothies broke, and when recipe testing the cinnamon roll muffins the batter spilled all over my oven floor.

The next day I woke up and decided to not go in the kitchen and instead I kind of stayed away from cooking and decided to binge watch orange is the new black (BTW I think I have to stop watching this show because I have dreams that V is chasing me, weird right?)

Yesterday I woke up and wanted pancakes and I decided to make some, the thin kind that you can layer on top of each with some sort of filling.

Adaptogenic Paleo Cinnamon Roll Pancakes-Follow Our Passion

Enter the cinnamon roll pancake.

I made a deconstructed version.

Organic raw soaked cashews are blended up with

+ collagen peptides

+ lots of lemon juice & zest


+half of a juicy medjool date

+a little water

+coconut oil

+ and my favorite coconut butter from my babes at pearl butter

Then the batter is made with simple ingredients like cinnamon, coconut flour, eggs, collagen peptides and you guessed it homemade hemp milk.

I cooked them up, slathered the filling, dusted the wild way hot cereal and then repeated these steps until I ran out of thin crepe like pancakes.

The out come something my old psychiatrist from bean town would be more than happy to eat and not know it was soooo healthy.

I had a little batter left over smeared and sprinkled then rolled it up and ate and all I could think of was how delicious this was and how I couldn’t wait to stuff my face with them.

I ended up not stuffing my face, cause my brother ate it and had to repeat the process over again. I did snap the pictures to share this recipe with you all causeeeeee


Alright babes there you have it, delicious, grain free, cinnamon roll pancakes filled with magical potions that make it the perfect breakfast with the solar eclipse this month..! 

Adaptogenic Paleo Cinnamon Roll Pancakes-Follow Our Passion



4 eggs

2 T of coconut flour

1/2 cup of homemade hemp milk or almond milk or oat milk or any nut milk of choice

2 T of vanilla ghee

1 tsp of maca

2 tsp of cinnamon


1 scoop of vital protein collagen peptides

plus coconut oil to cook the pancakes


1/2 cup of raw soaked overnight cashews

the juice of 2 lemons + the zest

1/2 a medjool date

1 tsp of vanilla

1 tsp of cinnamon

a pinch of salt

2 T of pearl butter beauty butter

water, depends on how thick you want it

1 packet of wild way hot cereal


In your blender add all the ingredients for your filling, but the cereal.  Blend on high, adding a little bit of water at a time. Once it is creamy and delicious, set aside in a bowl. You will have leftovers which is great on fruit or slathered on a muffin or toast or to eat with a spoon.

Rinse the blender and then add all the ingredients for the batter. Blend on high until everything is combined. About 30 seconds.

Heat your pan on medium low heat, add a teaspoon of coconut oil. Once it is melted add 1/4 of a cup of batter of the pan. Let cook, once it has sort of dried, flip over. About 45 seconds or so. Cook another 30 seconds and put aside on a plate. They are pretty thin like pancakes. Repeat until you have used up all your batter.

When ready, with a knife or offset spatula smear in the filling on the first pancake and put on a plate. Dust with the hot cereal and add the following pancake with another later of filling. Repeat this until you have used up all your pancakes.


Adaptogenic Paleo Cinnamon Roll Pancakes-Follow Our Passion

None of the brands mentioned about sponsored this post in any way, I truly love them and use them all the time and like to share the products that I am passionate about. 

Andrea Broom

Hi! I'm Andrea. A girl who loves her chocolate as much as her greens.

  1. I’ve been getting away more and more from wheat and recently made some flourless chocolate cookies to die for. Thanks for this recipe and I must try. I have most of the items you have listed. I will have to check out wild way.

  2. I don’t need to worry about grain free food as a whole, but these sure look delicious! I’m definitely going to have to make these for my family!

  3. These Cinnamon Roll Pancakes look amazing. They would definitely be a big hit in my house. My friend is looking for some Paleo recipes to try. I will have to share this recipe with her.

    1. So glad you like it Peter. Yeah, I stay away from processed sugar and tend to stick to honey, maple syrup, dates and monk syrup to sweeten.

  4. I love pancakes and cinnamon rolls. So this recipe is really great but I don’t really have all the ingredients you’ve mentioned. Maybe I could substitute the wild way cereal and collagen peptides with other edibles in my kitchen.

  5. These adaptogenic Paleo cinnamon roll pancakes sound so good. I am going to have to try this recipe for sure I know my family would love these because we love cinnamon rolls. Thanks for sharing the recipe. YUMMY!!!

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