Low Carb Pancakes (Keto Friendly Recipe)

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Low Carb Pancakes (Keto Friendly Recipe)

Low Carb Keto Friendly Pancakes topped with a blueberry butter sauce

Guess what?!!  Pancakes are back on the menu now that I have my Low Carb Pancakes Keto friendly recipe!  Gosh, I love breakfast.  I love having breakfast for dinner.  No wait, I love breakfast any time of the day.

Ok guys, I’ve been experimenting.  I had an embarrassing fail too.  The best part about that is that I can tell you exactly what not to do in this recipe.

I have two different recipes for you!  One recipe will be simple and make great low carb pancakes.  The other recipe requires a few more ingredients but this recipe can be used for pancakes or waffles and is a bit more fluffy!  Honestly, they both tastes about the same.  I wanted to share them both!

If you are looking for the Keto Blueberry Sauce recipe, go here

Keto Blueberry Sauce Recipe

Update:  NEW!!!  Fluffiest Waffles ever!  You’ve gotta try this Keto Fluffy Waffles Recipe (Video included)

 

Here’s our latest batch of low carb pancakes topped with a blueberry butter sauce. To make the sauce we simply put some frozen blueberries in a saucepan with a half stick of butter. That’s it! It’s a simple sauce that tastes pretty amazing!

 

Simple Low Carb Pancakes Recipe Ingredients

  • 2 oz Cream Cheese
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tbs coconut flour
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • Optional:  dash of salt (brings out the flavors)
  • Optional:  dash of cinnamon

 

Simple Low Carb Pancakes Recipe Nutrition

Serves 2

Calories 207, Total C 6.7g, Fiber 2.5g, Net C 4.2g, Sugar 3g, Fat 15.3g, Protein 9.5g

 

Simple Low Carb Pancakes Recipe Instructions

Put all the ingredients together in the blender and mix it until all the ingredients have blended completely together.

This recipe yields about 5 medium size pancakes.

Note:  These pancakes were a bit darker only because I cooked them in left over bacon grease (YUM!)

 

 

Low Carb Pancakes (Keto Friendly Recipe)

Low Carb Pancakes (Keto Friendly Recipe)

Low Carb Pancakes (Keto Friendly Recipe)

Low Carb Pancakes (Keto Friendly Recipe)

 

Fluffy Low Carb Pancakes or Waffles Recipe Ingredients

  1. 4 oz cream cheese
  2. 4 eggs
  3. 1 tbs Stevia
  4. 4 tbs coconut flour
  5. 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
  6. 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  7. 1 tbs heavy cream
  8. dash of salt (optional but brings out the flavors)

Here’s a photo showing the fluffier low carb pancakes.

Fluffy Low Carb Pancakes or Waffles Recipe Ingredients 4 oz cream cheese 4 eggs 1 tbs Stevia 4 tbs coconut flour 1 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1 tbs heavy cream Here are the process photos showing how to make these low carb pancakes.

 

Fluffy Low Carb Pancakes or Waffles Recipe Instructions

Put all the ingredients together in the blender and mix it until all the ingredients have blended completely together.

This recipe yields about 7 to 8 medium sized pancakes.

 

Serve these pancakes up with some sugar free syrup or be adventurous and make a simple syrup with blueberries and butter mashed up over medium heat until it creates a sauce.  Yummy!

And now for the embarrassing part.  I always try to make different recipes.  Recipes that no one has ever tried before.  Do not.  I repeat.  DO NOT use almond flour in this recipe.  It did not go so well.  Almond flour did not hold the ingredients together like the coconut flour does.

FAIL!  The first 4 pancakes are the almond flour test and the back 4 photos are the regular pancakes.  Huge difference!  I figured you would want to know not to use almond flour if you run out of coconut flour.

Fail photo

Low Carb Keto Friendly Pancakes topped with a blueberry butter sauce

Low Carb Pancakes (Keto Friendly Recipe)

4 from 5 votes
Course Breakfast
Servings 2 servings
Calories 207

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Put all the ingredients together in the blender and mix it until all the ingredients have blended completely together.

Notes

Recipe yields about 5 medium size pancakes.

Nutrition

Serving: 1pancake | Calories: 207 | Carbohydrates: 6.7g | Protein: 9.5g | Fat: 15.3g | Fiber: 2.5g | Sugar: 3g | Net Carbs: 4.2g

Nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy.

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Enjoy

 

 

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19 Comments

  1. I used the almond flour. Definitely a different texture, but I just added about twice the amount of flour used in the regular wheat flour recipe and let it sit for about 20 min before frying. It has a more breakable fragile texture, but it’s so delicious. I think I’ll reduce the liquid little next time to see what happens. Meanwhile I will try this coconut flour recipe. Also sound yummmm. I don’t use sugar substitutes. I don’t like the taste, so will omit the stevia. However that blueberry sauce sounds like heaven. Thanks!!

  2. I haven’t tried the recipe yet but I will. It’s a little more time and work but I’m going to separate the eggs and beat the whites to soft peakes and fold them into the batter. They should rise significantly more.

  3. What else can be used instead of coconut flour not just in this recipe but in a ketogenic diet in general?
    I can’t abide the taste or smell of coconut.
    Thanks

    1. I used a banana and it worked great! I didn’t have cream cheese and gave it a try and they were delicious!!!

      1. Bananas spike blood sugar! You are defeating the purpose. Mixing high fat with a blood sugar spike will cause weight gain.

  4. Do you need to soften the cream cheese before blending?? Want to make sure it’s not clumpy lol.. I’m making tomorrow night!!

  5. I’m so glad you put the comment about almond flour because I was going to try it. I am excited to try this recipe off to the store I go for the coconut flour.

    1. All we did was put blueberries in a sauce pan with about a 1/2 stick of butter to create the sauce. Cook it on medium heat until the butter melts and creates a sauce. You can add a little Swerve sweetener if you like it sweet.

    1. I can get about 6 small pancakes out of this batch. I usually split those between 2 people so for my pancakes it’s 3 small pancakes is a serving. However, if you make your pancakes large and you only make 4 from this batch then your servings would only be two. It all depends on how many you make. Make them all at once and divide evenly by two and that’s one serving. Hope that makes sense! These pancakes are my favorite breakfast option!

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