Today we are going to have a little chat about pancakes. That's right,
those light and fluffy golden brown stacks of goodness. They just seem to melt in your
mouth. Oh, and breakfast is the perfect time to have them. They tend to wake you up
as you take that first bite of pancake. Let's not stop at breakfast, though, you could
have them for lunch or even dinner.
Then, we get to the toppings. You could put almost anything on them.
You could put butter and syrup, but why stop there? Drizzle some sugar-free
chocolate sauce on them or some homemade sugar-free blueberry syrup. Dust some
cinnamon and add some honey if you aren't sugar-free. The ideas are endless.
By now you're probably thinking that I am totally obsessed with
pancakes. You would be right. I love anything sweet. Since I went on a low carb no
sugar diet I've been missing all of the wonderful foods that I used to have. That's why
I've decided to start developing my own Ketogenic or low carb recipes. Pancakes
were my first choice since my whole family loves them, but think most keto
pancakes are too "eggy" for my husband and I. My goal is to get these foods as close
to the original as I can without compromising and adding not so good for you foods.
Servings:8 Prep time: 5 min. Cook time: 30 min.
Caleries per serving: 118 Total Fat: 10.6g Total Carbs: 3.7g total sugar: 2.2g Protein:3.4g
Here is the recipe. I hope you enjoy it. Leave a comment down below and let me
know what you think.
1 cup almond flour
4 oz. cream cheese
1 tsp vanilla
1tsp baking powder
1 Tbs Swerve confectioner's style sweetener
1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
Pinch of sea salt
1. Put all ingredients in a blender and mix until well blended.
2. Pour a silver dollar amount into a well-greased pan and cook on medium heat for
about 1 minute on each side or until golden brown.
note: These pancakes are a bit tricky to flip, so take your time.
3. Top with your favorite pancake topping and enjoy.
I hope you enjoy this recipe. I have been enjoyed sharing it with you all. What
topping are you going to add to them?