Keto Pancakes: The Perfect Breakfast

Keto Pancakes can serve you as Best Low-Carb Snack

Very warm welcome to those who are new to keto! If you are already on a keto diet, you must be looking for a yummy keto breakfast. You may have stumbled upon the variety of pancake recipes that are the mixture of eggs and cream cheese. All those recipes are good, but they don’t fit here. Which is why, have a look at this classic high fat, low carb keto pancake recipe which I am making for years and loved by many.

  • You can see low carb keto snacks list to get more ideas

Keto Pancakes Breakfast

Do you think there is any perfect food than pancakes? Why, because they are simple, quick, tasty and easy to make and won’t be a burden to your budget. Well, if you come to know that you can play with it by creating variation in this recipe; this will blow your mind. For it is not only low carb, but it also contains perfect macros for you, Woohoo!

  • You can see more about your macros to know well about keto diet

Suppose, you are in heaven, assume that you’re walking in the garden and dreaming. How it seems, perfectly pleasant. Yes, same you’ll feel when you try out keto pancakes that you’re just going to unlock!

Now, get ready for a fluffy pastry for breakfast because they are flat like crepes with the good taste of eggs. The best part of the recipe, making a batter, is pretty simple. Just add all things in the blender, after two minutes, its ready to go. The result you’ll get out of it: fluffy, golden brown and lightly sweet flavor.

Next is the flexible part of the recipe. Add melted batter splash to batter and give kickass to keto waffles. You can add blueberries so it can become blueberries pancakes. On the other side, if a chocolate chip is your thing, go with it as low carb.

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Keto Pancake/Waffle Mix

The batter for keto pancakes is perfect for waffle too since it yields the delicious end product.

In the keto pancakes other ratios are:

Protein = 9g

Fat = 15g

Net carbs = total carb – fiber = 5g carbs – 3g fiber = 2g net carbs

Ingredients for Batter:

Soft cream cheese = 4 oz

Eggs = 4

Vanilla extract/sugar free vanilla syrup = 2 teaspoons

Sugar substitute = 1tbs

Coconut flour = 4tbs

Dash cinnamon (optional) = 1

Baking powder = 1 ½ teaspoon

Maple extract (optional) = ½ teaspoon

Per serving of pancake is 200k cal

Preparation = 10 min. Cook time = 15 min

Almond milk as needed

For pancakes, only you can add ½ teaspoon baking powder, and for waffles only, you can add melted butter one tablespoon, though it is optional I recommend using it.

Directions:

  1. Mix cream cheese, sugar substitute, eggs, maple extract, vanilla and cinnamon in a blender. If it is waffle batter, add melted butter
  2. Next, add coconut flour and baking powder in the mixture and blend it, until it gets mixed well
  3. In case of more than few minutes, if the matter is left to sit, it may thicken. To handle such issue, add a bit almond milk to make it thin

Recipe for Pancakes:

Take the electric griddle and set at 300F, or you can take the greased pan heated at the medium level, put the batter in it in the form of circles of about 4-6 inch diameter. As the edges become brownish and harden, flip pancakes, you will see little bubbles on their surface. Cook the second side for 2-3 mins and take off at becoming golden brown.

Recipe for Waffles:

Preheat the waffle iron and add batter into it. Keep there for 5-7 minutes and take off until it gets golden brown color. You can serve waffles with sugar-free syrup, butter, fruit jam, etc.

Per serving is four but with the varying ratio, this may scale up or down. Not necessarily, you can use it as breakfast, but I recommend the use of waffles toasting make it a sandwich.

Some important points to bear in mind:

  • Coconut flour cannot be replaced with the almond flour due to low carb element
  • To get crispy waffles, add cooking oil spray before waffles
  • To get smooth batter, mix the mixture until it becomes fluffy
  • If you freeze waffles, you can reheat them for toasting
  • You can alter the combination and try out dinner pancakes by using vanilla butter-net extract
  • To get a protein boost, replace coconut flour with WakeShake, i.e., protein powder
  • To get savory version, skip sweetener element
  • Avoid making batter ahead of time, for it becomes too thick
  • You can make dough by hand

This recipe is worth sharing if you liked it; share it with your friends and family.

I hope this perfect keto pancake will be a good start if you are new ketoers. With simple and tweaking add-ons, you can create something new. This easy and simple recipe has huge fans.