10 Great Paleo Coffee Cake Recipes
Post by Lucha: World traveler, culinary student and Media Director at Paleo Flourish Magazine. Lucha will try most food but prefers Indian, Thai and Mexican food above all else. She is currently either cooking, eating, grocery shopping, or browsing recipes on Pinterest.
Last week we rounded up the best savory, meat-filled Paleo breakfast recipes we could find. For the vegetarian crowd or simply for fans of a sweeter accompaniment to your morning cuppa joe, this week we bring you our favorite Paleo coffee cake recipes!
(Note that coffee isn’t required here; the name only implies a great pairing idea or the perfect snack for your mid-morning “coffee break.”)
Top 3 Paleo Breakfast Cake Recipes
This breakfast cake uses some of our favorite Paleo-friendly flours and also has fresh blueberries swirled in for a sweet yet healthy breakfast cake that could also be served as a dessert! (Photo credit: Rachel, the Bakerita.)
Ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, tapioca flour, salt, baking soda, coconut oil, honey, eggs, almond milk, vanilla extract, bananas, blueberries.
The folks at Swiss Paleo found this to be the perfect recipe when they tired of eating eggs for breakfast. It’s a sweet, hearty and healthy treat that includes my all-time favorite nut: the pecan!
Ingredients: almond flour, arrowroot or tapioca flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt, coconut milk, eggs, honey, vanilla extract, raisins (optional), cinnamon, salt, butter or coconut oil, honey, honey, pecans.
This is a fast and simple recipe without many ingredients and just a few steps. Just watch carefully while you roast the shredded coconut to make sure it doesn’t burn when you’re not looking!
Ingredients: shredded coconuts, butter or ghee, ground vanilla beans, fresh berries of choice.
More Delicious Paleo Coffee Cake Recipes (And Other Breakfast Cakes!)
Seeing as she is the Coconut Mama, if you’re a fan of coconut as well, you can’t go wrong with this coffee cake that includes coconut flour, coconut oil, and coconut palm sugar. Yum!
This very straightforward recipe requires mixing the dry ingredients, mixing the wet ingredients, and then mixing it all together and popping it in the oven. It’s hard to go wrong here.
Chia seeds and sweet apple sauce make this blueberry coffee cake extra healthy and moist.
Made with a base of hazelnut flour, this coffee cake actually uses chopped walnuts for the crumble.
Here’s an elaborate recipe that is packed with flavor. Read the special note at the end of Kelly’s post to make sure it doesn’t burn in case yours requires more cooking time.
Another great breakfast cake from Kelly of Primally Inspired, this one has a mouth-watering maple butter glaze that includes dairy-free eggnog!
Despite the large-ish list of ingredients, the instructions for this recipe are pretty straightforward and it’s a perfect excuse to stock up during blueberry season.