Low Carb Pancakes

There are a ton of recipes out there for Keto pancakes, and almost all of them call for cream cheese and eggs. They are all pretty good, but taste about the same.

This was something we thought was pretty important because we wanted to make sure that our readers with children were able to convince those children to eat their whole meal. We don’t want a crumb left on the plates when you make pancakes!

Now the first thing you are going to notice is that these pancakes come out a lot like crepes. They are thin and tasty and you are going to love them!

Because they are so thin, remember a couple of things: first, you won’t need a lot of grease on your pan like traditional pancakes, and secondly…you are about to be a bubble hawk, because watching the bubbles is how you are going to know when to flip ‘em!

Use a small amount of paper towel to get a bit of coconut oil on the pan for the first few, then just make some eye-ball judgement. Coconut oil does seem to work the best though!

We’re giving you a recipe for 20 pancakes, but you are just going to have to judge what size you want to make them. Obviously, if you are making bigger pancakes, you aren’t going to get 20 out of this recipe.
These keto macro cakes are not only perfect served hot with
some butter and sugar free maple syrup, but they are great for storing and snacking on throughout the week.

Look for protein power that has zero carbs, and have fun! So far, our favorite is vanilla, but we have also done strawberry, and chocolate peanut butter pancakes with tiny dark chocolate chunks (yum!)

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pancakes

There are a ton of recipes out there for Keto pancakes, and almost all of them call for cream cheese and eggs. They are all pretty good, but taste about the same.

This was something we thought was pretty important because we wanted to make sure that our readers with children were able to convince those children to eat their whole meal. We don’t want a crumb left on the plates when you make pancakes!

Now the first thing you are going to notice is that these pancakes come out a lot like crepes. They are thin and tasty and you are going to love them!

Because they are so thin, remember a couple of things: first, you won’t need a lot of grease on your pan like traditional pancakes, and secondly…you are about to be a bubble hawk, because watching the bubbles is how you are going to know when to flip ‘em!

Use a small amount of paper towel to get a bit of coconut oil on the pan for the first few, then just make some eye-ball judgement. Coconut oil does seem to work the best though!

We’re giving you a recipe for 20 pancakes, but you are just going to have to judge what size you want to make them. Obviously, if you are making bigger pancakes, you aren’t going to get 20 out of this recipe.
These keto macro cakes are not only perfect served hot with
some butter and sugar free maple syrup, but they are great for storing and snacking on throughout the week.

Look for protein power that has zero carbs, and have fun! So far, our favorite is vanilla, but we have also done strawberry, and chocolate peanut butter pancakes with tiny dark chocolate chunks (yum!)

Protein

6 g

carbs

1 G

fat

8 G

NUTRITION FACTS

PER PANCAKE

Calories: 100
Fat: 8g
Carbs: 1g
Fiber: 0g
Protein: 6g
Net Carbs: 1g

INGREDIENTS

25 SERVINGS

8 oz Cream Cheese
8 large eggs
4 tbsp Butter
2 scoops(62g) Protein Powder
1 tsp Vanilla Extract (optional)

Sugar Free Maple Syrup (for topping)

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DIRECTIONS

READY IN: 20 MINUTES

In a food processor or large mixing bowl combine cream cheese, butter and eggs. It is easiest to use room temperature butter and cream cheese. 

Add the protein powder to the wet ingredient mixture and mix until fully combined. 

Heat a skillet on medium heat. Pour in the pancake batter and cook for 2 minutes on each side. 








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