Easy Keto Pancakes

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Making keto-friendly pancakes is easier than you think. I used my food processor because it makes the pancake batter smooth in just a few seconds. Don't worry, even if you don't have a food processor, just use a hand whisk to combine all the ingredients. These pancakes are not as light and fluffy as my Basic Keto Pancakes. They are more dense and filling - you won't need to eat more than a couple before you feel full.

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Nutritional values (per serving, 2 pancakes)

3.6 grams 5.3 grams 12.8 grams 32.5 grams 10.1 grams 401 calories
Total Carbs8.8grams
Fiber5.3grams
Net Carbs3.6grams
Protein12.8grams
Fat32.5grams
of which Saturated10.1grams
Energy (calories)401kcal
Magnesium123mg (31% RDA)
Potassium389mg (20% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (4%), protein (14%), fat (82%)

Ingredients (makes 5 servings, 10 pancakes)

Instructions

  1. Place the almond butter, eggs, coconut milk, Erythritol, cinnamon and baking soda into a food processor. If using a hand whisk, make sure the ingredients have reached room temperature for easy whisking.
  2. Process until well combined for 5-10 seconds.
  3. Heat a large pan greased with ghee or coconut oil. Once hot, use a ladle to pour in the pancake batter (about ¼ cup per each). Fry over a low heat until bubbles start forming on the pancakes.
  4. Then, use a spatula to turn the pancake over. Fry for another 30-40 seconds and place on a serving plate. Fry the pancakes in batches and grease the pan as needed with a teaspoon at a time.
  5. Optionally, serve with Homemade Sugar-Free Maple Syrup and berries.

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Hi Martina,
I was planning on making these but then realised 3/4 cup of almond butter is pretty much the whole jar! So makes them super expensive pancakes. I'll have to look for a cheaper option. Do they taste like almond butter too?
Unrelated question, you mention in your reply to another comment here that you live in the U.K. (I do too). Your app is written like you are US based. Seems like you use US products and all your links to Amazon products are US ones. How come? I've had to search hard to find the US products you use here and no success with some.

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Hi Vicky, I do indeed! The reason we use the USDA food database in our app is that the vast majority of our users are US-based, and we also use it because it's an accurate database that has been verified (no crowdsourcing).
When it comes to products, I often receive free samples form the US which I use in my recipes. Some of them are also available in the UK (mostly Amazon but I do use a few more online sources). We are planning to make the links in recipes universal, so they will link to the correct Amazon store depending on where you live. We are hoping to get to it soon (long to-do list) Smile
The pancakes do have an almond taste but I wouldn't say they taste like almond butter, the taste is subtle but they are quite dense compared to these: Basic Keto Pancakes
You could try coconut butter instead. I'm not sure if it will work in this recipe but I've been using it instead of almond butter and it works fine in most recipes.

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When you say coconut milk, is it the canned coconut milk or the milk we find in the dairy section for drinking?n

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I think you could use either in this recipe. I used Aroy-D which is pure coconut milk in carton.

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I love how you have the nutritional facts for your recipe "Easy Keto Pancakes". I just have a question on the calories. That seems to be the only part you are missing.

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Hi Courtney, calories are listed as "energy" / "kcal". Based on feedback, I know that this is sometimes confusing and I'll fix it Smile

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These look delish!! Can you freeze these or how long are they good for in fridge?

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Thank you! I keep them for up to 3 days in the fridge or up to 3 months in the freezer. It's better if you freeze them in batches or put a piece of parchment paper in between.

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What size pancake ring do you use, and do you recommend a specific brand.  Thanks for all your outstanding recipes.

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Thank you Carole! I use silicon molds similar to these: Amazon link (I live in the UK so they are slightly different to those available in the US).

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