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• There are 34,700,000 results on Google for `Keto Pancake’ recipes. 

• Here are the best ones to try

 

After evaluating some of the best recipes for Keto Pancakes out there in the online recipe space, our team curated a list of Top Picks that are truly Ketogenic – and make easy, feel-good desserts without slowing down your weight loss rate or knocking you accidentally out of Ketosis. We cut through all the noise on the internet for you busy people, so your recipe selections are easy, Keto correct and tastes like a treat!

 


 

I don’t know about you but one of the hardest times to be on a Ketogenic weight loss program is on a sleepy weekend morning. Especially if you live with family members who aren’t eating Keto, and might be enjoying warm muffins or croissants or something you absolutely can’t even think about having.  

Worse still, the family wants to go “out for breakfast”. That’s just shorthand for a giant bacon and carb-fest, right?  

Personally, I’ve had a lot of success in tempting my family to enjoy a healthy breakfast with me by making a homemade breakfast featuring bacon, eggs and keto pancakes with delectable toppings. 

The amazing low carb syrups they make these days, combined with the very best Ketogenic pancake recipes I have tried and tested, mean that my kids usually can’t even tell the difference.

We get to eat together. Chat. Enjoy the same foods.  I don’t even have to control cravings as they eat something I can’t have!

Plus, it keeps us from venturing out into the potentially tempting world of restaurants where they have cinnamon rolls the size of your head… You know what I mean. 

So we’ve pulled together this recipe Roundup to share our favorite low carb pancakes with you. We hope it helps you stay on track with your diet and even introduce your family to the joys of Ketogenic eating so they can be healthier, too!


 

Recipe # 1: Low Carb Keto Pancakes

 

low carb keto pancakes with cream cheese

Evolve180 Review:

• The use of cream cheese makes these pancakes fluffy and satisfyingly rich. The author suggests Costco Almond Flour, but it really doesn’t matter, so you can go with whatever brand you have in your pantry.

The author also suggests adding `butter and syrup’ –  but you have to make sure you count any toppings you use in your total macronutrients for the day.  If you do use syrup, stick to one of the best brands of low or no-carb syrups like Walden Farms Maple Syrup. You are more than welcome to use a little butter but it will add to the fat content.   

Of all the pancake recipes we’ve tested, my kids couldn’t tell the difference with these and regular pancakes. If you add toppings, you can make these fun for the whole family!   

Evolve180 Level: Level 1 (If you have only 2 pancakes)

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Recipe Information:

• Prep Time: 5 mins
• Cook Time: 10 mins
• Total Time: 15 mins
• Servings: 6 Medium-sized pancakes
• Equipments Needed: 
1 Skillet or Griddle Non-stick

 

Ingredients:

• 2 large eggs
• 1 tablespoon water
• 2 oz cream cheese (cubed)
• 2/3 cup almond flour (Costco brand)
• 1 teaspoon baking powder
• 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
• 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
• 1/2 teaspoon Sweetleaf – Stevia sweetener

 

Cooking Instructions:

Get the instructions on how to make this recipe by clicking HERE.

 

Notes:

Toppings like butter and syrup are NOT included in the nutritional totals. Only add those if you have room for them in your daily Net Carb / Fat totals. Stick with low-carb and keto syrup.

 

Nutrition:

Serving: 3 Medium Sized Pancakes | Calories: 391 kcal | Carbohydrates: 7.8g | Protein: 14.9g | Fat: 33g | Fiber: 3.6g | Sugar: 2.7g | Net Carbs: 4.2g | E180 ‘Your Protein’: 2.1oz | E180 Fat Svgs: 2.4 | E180 Veg/Fiber Svgs: 1

 


 

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Recipe # 2: Cream Cheese Keto Pancakes

 

Keto Cream cheese Pancake recipe

 

Evolve180 Review:

• Using just four ingredients, these easy and simple pancakes are definitely worth a try! Though the texture resembles more of a crepe than a pancake, the options are endless when it comes to how you choose to enjoy them!

Depending on your own particular daily allotment of macros, the author suggests serving these up with sugar free syrup and a handful of berries. Or even a dollop of Keto ice cream!

Note: Your net carbs may vary depending on the brand of cream cheese you use.  Look for a brand of cream cheese that only has 1g carbs per ounce.

Evolve180 Level: Level 1 (If you have 2 pancakes instead of 4) and Level 2 (if you eat all 4 pancakes)

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Recipe Information:

Total Time: 5 mins
• Servings: 4 Medium-sized pancakes
• Equipments Needed: 
1 Skillet or Griddle Non-stick

 

Ingredients:

• 2 oz cream cheese
• 2 ea eggs (large)
• 1 tbsp granulated sugar substitute (Swerve)
• 1/2 tsp cinnamon
• 1 tsp vanilla extract (optional )

 

Cooking Instructions:

Get the instructions on how to make this recipe here!

 

Notes:

Your net carbs may vary depending on the brand of cream cheese you use.  Look for a brand of cream cheese that only has 1g carbs per ounce.

 

Nutrition:

Serving: 4 Pancakes | Calories: 344kcal | Carbohydrates: 3g | Protein: 17g | Fat: 29g | Fiber: 0g | Net Carbs: 3g | E180 ‘Your Protein’: 2.4oz | E180 Fat Svgs: 2.1 | E180 Veg/Fiber Svgs: 0

 


 

Recipe # 3: Keto Pumpkin Pancakes

 

Pumpkin Pancakes keto recipe

Evolve180 Review:

• These keto pumpkin pancakes are the most decadent fall breakfast that everyone in your family will enjoy! When I have that itch to eat something I know I probably shouldn’t… I turn to these. 

Some readers have commented that they only use 2 eggs to avoid that “eggy” flavor, but the author states that if you follow her directions closely, that should not be the case.

Though this recipe yields a whopping 11 pancakes, to fit into your Level 1 guidelines you are allotted just two. This recipe is made with almond and coconut flour, with Erythritol as the sugar substitute.  

Evolve180 Level: Level 1 (If you have 2 pancakes instead of 11)

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Recipe Information:

• Prep Time: 15 mins
• Cook Time: 6 mins
• Total Time: 21 mins
• Equipments needed: 
1 Skillet or Griddle Non-stick
• Servings: 11 Pancakes

 

Ingredients:

• 4 eggs (at room temperature )
• 1/2 cup pumpkin puree (not pumpkin pie filling!)
• 1 tbsp erythritol
• 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
• 1/2 cup almond flour
• 1/2 cup almond flour
• 2 tbsp coconut flour
• 1 tsp baking powder
• 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice (or cinnamon)
• 1 oil spray

 

Cooking Instructions:

Get instructions on how to make this recipe here!

 

Nutrition:

Serving: 1 Pancake | Calories: 65.8 kcal | Carbohydrates: 3.2g | Protein: 3.7g | Fat: 4.5g | Fiber: 1.4g | Sugar: 0.7g | Net Carbs: 1.8g | E180 ‘Your Protein’: 0.5oz | E180 Fat Svgs: 0.3 | E180 Veg/Fiber Svgs: 0

 


 

Recipe # 4: Keto Pumpkin Pancakes With Chocolate Chips

 

Keto pumpkin pancakes with chocolate chips

Evolve180 Review:

• These keto pancakes stuffed with chocolate are the perfect mash up of traditional pancakes and a delicious fall treat! 

The author notes that the quality of the ingredients can “make or break” your recipe. She suggests using super fine almond flour to create the perfect light and airy texture that we all love! Another tip from the author is to NOT mix the sugar-free chocolate chips into the batter as they tend to melt while the pancakes are cooking and burn in the pan. Instead, add the chocolate chips to the pancakes once they’re in the skillet.

Unfortunately, the nutritional information for this recipe does not show servings.

Evolve180 Level: Level 1 (You eat just one pancake, if the nutritional information represents one pancake) and Level 2 (if you eat 2 pancakes)

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Recipe Information:

• Servings: 6 Medium-sized pancakes
• Equipments Needed: 
1 Skillet or Griddle Non-stick

 

Ingredients:

• 1 1/3 cup almond flour (Bob’s Red Mill Super Fine Almond Flour)
• 2 tbsp ground flaxseed (Bob’s Red Mill Ground Flaxseed )
• 1 tpsp coconut flour (Bob’s Red Mill Coconut Flour)
• 2 tsp sweetener (any)
• 3/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice
• 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
• 3 tbsp almond milk
• 2 tsp vanilla extract
• 2-3 drops liquid monk fruit or liquid stevia (or sugar-free maple syrup)
• 3 eggs
• 30 g sugar-free dark chocolate chips (Lily’s brand)
• 1 tbsp coconut oil

 

Cooking Instructions:

Get the instructions to how to cook this recipe by clicking here!

 

Nutrition:

Serving: 1Medium Sized Pancake | Calories: 221 kcal | Carbohydrates: 12g | Protein: 9g | Fat: 17g | Fiber: 7g | Sugar: 2g | Net Carbs: 5g | E180 ‘Your Protein’: 1.3oz | E180 Fat Svgs: 1.2| E180 Veg/Fiber Svgs: 2

 


 

Recipe # 5: Keto Zucchini Pancakes

 

Keto zucchini pancakes recipe

Evolve180 Review:

• These fluffy pancakes are a great way to sneak some veggies into your day. The zucchini added in this recipe creates the perfect moist texture, and is sure to fill you up and keep you satiated until your next meal! 

Because zucchini holds so much moisture, we suggest squeezing out excess water using a cheesecloth, or putting your shredded zucchini between two paper towels and patting dry. 

The author recommends serving these zucchini pancakes with sugar free maple syrup and chopped pecans. If you do use syrup, be sure to stick to one of the great brands of low- or no-carb syrup like Walden Farms Maple Syrup. You are more than welcome to use a little butter, but remember that it will add to the fat content.Be sure to check out Sweet As Honey’s savory version of this recipe in her blog!

Evolve180 Level: Level 1

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Recipe Information:

• Prep Time: 10 minutes
• Cook Time:
10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
• Servings: 10 Medium-sized pancakes
• Equipments Needed: 
1 Skillet or Griddle Non-stick, 1 blender (optional)

 

Ingredients:

• 1 1/2 cup almond flour
• 1/2 tsp baking soda
• 1 tsp cinnamon
• 1/4 tsp nutmeg
• 2 tbsp erythritol
• 1/2 tsp xantham gum
• 2 ea eggs (large)
• 1/3 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk (at room temperature )
• 1 tsp coconut oil (melted, or melted butter)
• 1 tsp vanilla extract
• 1/2 cup shredded zucchini (excess water removed)

 

Cooking Instructions:

Get the instructions on how to make this recipe here!

 

Nutrition:

Serving: 1cup | Calories: 143.8 kcal | Carbohydrates: 3.3g | Protein: 4.3g | Fat: 13.5g | Fiber: 1.6g | Sugar: 0.7g | Net Carbs: 1.7g | E180 ‘Your Protein’: 0.6oz | E180 Fat Svgs: 1 | E180 Veg/Fiber Svgs: 0

 


 

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Recipe # 6: Easy Keto Pancakes With Cream Cheese

 

easy keto pancakes recipe

 

Evolve180 Review:

• The generous amount of cream cheese in this recipe helps mask any eggy flavor, which can be a drawback with many keto pancake recipes out there. The author uses coconut flour instead of almond flour, which is less likely to burn or turn a dark brown color.

I love how the author provided thoughtful instructions on how to prep these pancakes and freeze them for later. She also takes time to share an alternative way to cook these delicious flapjacks in bulk – in a sheet pan!  

* The author of this recipe did not include prep/total time.

Evolve180 Level: Level 1

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Recipe Information:

• Servings: 8 Medium-sized pancakes
• Equipments Needed: 
1 Skillet or Griddle Non-stick, 1 blender, 1 baking sheet (optional for sheet pan pancakes) lined with parchment paper

 

Ingredients:

• 8 oz cream cheese (softened at room temperature )
• 1/2 cup coconut flour
• 1/2 cup ½ cup heavy cream (or keto approved milk of choice)
• 1 tsp vanilla extract
• 4  eggs
• 1/4 cup monkfruit sweetener (or other favorite keto sweetener)
• 2 tsp baking powder

 

Cooking Instructions:

Get the instructions on how to make this recipe here!

 

Nutrition:

Serving: Medium Sized Pancake | Calories: 192kcal | Carbohydrates: 5.4g | Protein: 9.3g | Fat: 15.2g | Fiber: 2.5g | Net Carbs: 2.9g | E180 ‘Your Protein’: 1.3oz | E180 Fat Svgs: 1.1 | E180 Veg/Fiber Svgs: 1

 

 


 

Recipe # 7: Keto Pancakes With Coconut And Almond Flour

 

Keto Pancakes with almond flour and coconut flour

Evolve180 Review:

• These gluten free and keto pancakes are such a simple breakfast to make! They only require 10 minutes during your morning rush hour. The author suggests a variety of toppings to enjoy with these delicious pancakes, including peanut butter, sugar-free jam, low carb syrup and more! Be sure to check your daily allowed allotment before choosing any toppings for your pancakes. 

Also note: the recipe’s nutritional information only reflects the pancakes.

Evolve180 Level: Level 2

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Recipe Information:

• Prep Time: 5 mins
• Cook Time: 5 mins
• Total Time: 10 mins
• Servings: 4 Medium-sized pancakes
• Equipments Needed: 
1 Skillet or Griddle Non-stick

 

Ingredients:

• 1 cup almond flour
• 1/4 cup coconut flour
• 2-3 tbsp erythritol  (or any sweetener of choice)
• 1 tsp baking powder (gluten free)
• 5 ea eggs
• 1/3 cup almond milk (unsweetened )
• 1/4 cup coconut oil
• 1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
• 1/4 tsp salt
• Berries (strawberries, raspberries and/or blueberries)

 

Cooking Instructions:

Get instructions on how to make this recipe by clicking HERE!

 

Nutrition:

Serving: 1 Medium Sized Pancakes | Calories: 395kcal | Carbohydrates: 12g | Protein: 14g | Fat: 34g | Fiber: 6g | Sugar: 2g | Net Carbs: 6g | E180 ‘Your Protein’: 2oz | E180 Fat Svgs: 2.4 | E180 Veg/Fiber Svgs: 2

 


 

Recipe # 8: Perfect Keto Pancakes

 

Perfect Keto Pancakes

Evolve180 Review:

• If you are looking for a light, crepe-like pancake, this is the recipe for you!  If you decide to add any additional toppings, make sure you count them towards your daily micronutrient allotment!

Evolve180 Level: Level 1 (If you stick to just two pancakes)

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Recipe Information:

• Prep Time: 5 mins
• Cook Time: 10 mins
• Total Time: 15 mins
• Servings: 7 Medium-sized pancakes
• Equipments Needed: 
1 Skillet or Griddle Non-stick, 1 blender

 

Ingredients:

• 72 g almond flour
• 115 g cream cheese
• 4 eggs
• 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
• 1/4 tsp ground nutmeg
• Butter (for frying )

 

Cooking Instructions:

Get instructions on how to make this recipe HERE!

 

Notes:

The author uses about 2.5 tbsp of batter per pancakes. These can be easily sweetened. If you prefer a sweet pancake, add stevia or another low-carb sugar substitute to your liking.

 

Nutrition:

Net Carbs: 0g | E180 ‘Your Protein’: 0oz | E180 Fat Svgs: 0 | E180 Veg/Fiber Svgs: 0

 


 

Recipe # 9: Keto Bacon Pancakes

 

Keto Bacon Pancakes recipe

Evolve180 Review:

• Skip the fork and use your fingers for this ultimate family-friendly breakfast recipe for keto bacon pancake strips! What’s better than munching on a strip of bacon? How about munching on a strip of bacon embedded in a fluffy pancake? 

These are great on their own, so you don’t have to worry about the mess or extra carbs from syrup. If you choose to dip these in sugar free syrup, make sure you’re keeping an eye on your macronutrient allotment!

Evolve180 Level: Level 3 (The fat content is fairly high)

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Recipe Information:

• Prep Time: 5 mins
• Cook Time: 10 mins
• Total Time: 15 mins
• Servings: 2 Pancake Strips
• Equipments Needed: 
1 Skillet or Griddle Non-stick

 

Ingredients:

• 1 egg
• 2 tbsp heavy cream
• 2 tbsp coconut flour
• 2 tbsp butter (melted)
• 1 tbsp erythritol
• 1/2 tsp baking powder
• 4 pieces bacon (cooked)

 

Cooking Instructions:

Get the instructions on how to make this recipe HERE!

 

Notes:

This recipe calls for the bacon to be crispy.

 

Nutrition:

Net Carbs: 0g | E180 ‘Your Protein’: 0oz | E180 Fat Svgs: 0 | E180 Veg/Fiber Svgs: 0

 


 

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12 Tips On How To Make Great Keto Pancakes – Every Time!

 

1. Use a good quality non-stick pan to cook your Keto pancakes in. This will help to prevent them from sticking to the pan and making them difficult to flip.

2. Use a little oil or butter in the pan when cooking your pancakes. This will also help to prevent them from sticking and will make them nice and crispy on the outside.

3. Make sure the batter is not too runny. If it is, your pancakes will be thin and difficult to flip.

4. Use a 1/4 cup measure to scoop the batter into the pan. This will ensure that each pancake is the same size and will cook evenly.

5. Cook the pancakes on a medium heat. If they are cooked on too high a heat, they will burn on the outside before cooking through properly.

6. Flip the pancakes after 2-3 minutes or when they start to bubble and become firm around the edges.

7. Cook for a further 1-2 minutes on the other side until golden brown.

8. Serve your pancakes with some sugar-free syrup, fresh berries or a dollop of whipped cream.

9. You can also add some chocolate chips, chopped nuts or shredded coconut to the batter before cooking if you want some extra flavor in your pancakes.

10. Store any leftover pancakes in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Reheat them in the microwave or in a hot pan before serving.

11. These pancakes can also be frozen for up to 2 months. Thaw them overnight in the fridge and then reheat as above before serving.

12. If you want to make your pancakes even more indulgent, try adding a spoonful of sugar-free chocolate hazelnut spread or peanut butter to the batter before cooking. Yum!

 


 

Fun Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Pancakes

 

1. Contrary to popular belief, pancakes are not of American origin. They date back to the ancient Greeks, who made them out of flour, water and olive oil.

2. The word “pancake” first appeared in print in England in 1430.

3. The earliest known pancake recipe was published in an English cookbook in 1513.

4. Pancakes were traditionally eaten on Shrove Tuesday – the day before Lent – as a way to use up rich food such as eggs and milk, which were forbidden during the fasting period.

5. One of the most famous types of pancakes is the Scotch pancake, or drop scone, which originated in Scotland.

6. Other popular varieties include the American-style pancake, made with baking powder or soda to make them light and fluffy; the Russian blini, which are thin and often served with caviar; and the Japanese okonomiyaki, a savoury pancake often containing vegetables and meat.

7. The world’s largest pancake was made in Rochdale, Lancashire, in 1994. It measured 15 metres in diameter and was two metres thick.

8. The world’s tallest stack of pancakes was made in Vancouver, Canada, in 2013. It measured over 10 metres high and contained 2,438 pancakes.

9. In the United States, National Pancake Day is celebrated on 26th September.

10. IHOP, the international pancake house chain, offers a free short stack of pancakes on National Pancake Day in return for a donation to charity.

11. The world record for pancake eating is held by American Competitive Eater Joey Chestnut, who ate 48 pancakes in 10 minutes in 2009.

12. In the UK, there is an annual pancake race held in Olney, Buckinghamshire. The race dates back to 1445 and involves runners carrying a frying pan with a cooked pancake in it.

13. The winner of the Olney pancake race is presented with a kiss from the local vicar.

14. On Shrove Tuesday, many people in the UK traditionally eat pancakes with lemon and sugar.

15. In France, crêpes are often served with a variety of sweet or savoury fillings such as chocolate, cheese, ham or eggs.

 

 


 

Frequently Asked Questions About Keto Pancake Recipes

 

Q: Are pancakes Keto friendly?

A: Generally speaking, no! Pancakes are definitely not keto friendly unless you intentionally make them so. 

The way to make pancakes Keto friendly is to use alternative flours such as almond or coconut. You also have to top them with Keto friendly toppings such as sugar free Walden Farms syrup, low-carb berries, etc.

The great thing is that ketogenic pancakes are delicious and sometimes your family won’t even know the difference! That’s healthier for everyone, and works for both non-vegetarian and Vegetarian Keto diet

 

Q: How to make Keto pancakes fluffly?

A: The prevailing advice for how to make keto pancakes fluffy is to use sour cream and whip them with a hand mixer to add air into the batter. Another tip is to use superfine almond or coconut flour instead of the regular kind.

 

Q: How to make Keto pancakes taste better?

A: We think almond flour is the best flour to use for Keto pancakes, unless you are a huge coconut fan. Coconut flour tends to have a slightly bitter and very coconutty taste. Whereas almond flour is pretty neutral flavored. 

If you use super fine almond flour it tends to yield a fluffier pancake and sometimes people eating these can’t even tell the difference! 

Another big key to making low carb pancakes taste better is to use a high-quality sugar-free, keto friendly syrup. Our favorite is Walden Farms maple syrup. Some of their fruit flavored syrups are great too. 

It all comes down to the quality of ingredients, so experiment a little bit to see which combination works best for you. Taste is very individual so it is worth a little bit of work to come up with your perfect recipe.

 

Q: How many Keto pancakes is a serving?  

A: It all depends on the ingredients that are in the batter and how big of a pancake you are eating. Typical serving of Keto pancakes is roughly 4 inch diameter pancakes. But your mileage may vary depending on the actual recipe.

 

Q: How many Keto pancakes can I eat?  

A: The answer to this question really depends on what you are trying to achieve. Are you in the weight loss phase of Keto? Or are you in the maintenance phase?

If you are trying to lose weight, it’s best to stick to a smaller amount of high-density foods – which Keto pancakes are. In the weight loss phase of Keto, it is probably a good idea to stick to 2 pancakes as a serving. 

If you are in the maintenance phase of Keto, you might get away with 2 servings, but this very much depends on your activity level and overall metabolic capacity. 

Be sure to calculate your basal metabolic rate and target your overall macronutrient intake toward that number.  Remember, eating too much in maintenance – even if it’s all Keto-friendly foods – will cause you to regain the weight you lost.

 

Q: What are the best Keto pancakes?

A: At Evolve180, our personal team opinion is that pancakes made with superfine almond flour, a bit of cream cheese in the batter, and topped with sugar-free Walden Farms syrup are the BEST! 

 

Q: What syrup to use for Keto pancakes?

A: Our absolute favorite sugar-free syrup for Keto pancakes is Walden Farms maple syrup.

 

Q: What can you put on top of Keto pancakes?

A: Keeping in mind that everyone has their personal limit for how much fat and carbohydrate they can tolerate in either weight loss or maintenance, our favorite toppings for Keto pancakes are as follows:

  • Walden Farms maple syrup 
  • Kerrygold butter
  • 1T Chopped Pecans
  • ¼ C Raspberries
  • ¼ C Strawberries macerated with 2 tsp Lakanto 
  • ¼ C Splenda- or Stevia-sweetened homemade whipped cream
  • Walden Farms Strawberry Syrup
  • Butter & Powdered Lakanto

 

Q: What do Keto pancakes taste like?

A: Depending on the recipe, some people can’t tell the difference between Keto pancakes and regular pancakes, which is kind of shocking considering that an average serving of regular pancakes contains approximately 40 grams of carbohydrate, whereas keto pancakes contain only 3 or 4 grams.

 A recipe that is made from coconut flour will have a more coconutty flavor, but the texture is often similar to regular pancakes. 

 

Q: What are Keto pancakes made of?

A: The most common ingredients in Keto pancakes are almond flour or coconut flour, eggs, butter, low carb sweetener, milk, and toppings like sugar-free maple syrup and butter.

 

Q: Can diabetics eat Keto pancakes?   

A: Keto pancakes are an excellent choice for diabetics because they eliminate approximately 35.

 


 

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