Keto Pancakes recipe that is THE BEST to ever have been made in our household! Made with just 6-ingredients this keto pancake mix is so easy to whip together. Sunday morning pancakes will become a normal here on out.
I’ve got to admit. Pancakes are my achilles. I can never get enough of them. There is something perfect about a Sunday morning with a plate of pancakes, bacon and keto coffee. Actually, now that fall is fast approaching us I think it’s time to start making our Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte. 😉
We’ve found a way to make these Keto Pancakes at home and they are the easiest thing to whip together with the simplest ingredients.
What 6-Ingredients are in our Keto Pancakes?
- Almond Flour (affiliate link)
- Unsweetened Almond Milk (or use a good whole milk or coconut milk alternative for dairy-free)
- Vanilla Extract
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon (optional but I think it helps with the flavor A LOT)
- Baking Powder
- Oil for cooking – This is where you can use as much or as little as you fat based on what fat goals you need achieve that day. I personally am very liberal with our oil (coconut oil or butter). Note that the fat content goes up quite a bit based on how much oil you use to cooke these. I did however only added about 2 Tablespoons that to the nutrition facts so be sure to calculate that into it based on your needs and what you end up using.
I bet you’ve got all these ingredients laying around though. Get to pancake making! 😉
HOW MANY NET CARBS PER SERVING FOR KETO PANCAKES
1 Net Carbs per pancake.
I find these pancakes to be super filling. After a 5 mile run I still can only eat 3 pancakes and I am SO FULL.
We pair it with a couple slices of bacon most of the time but this time the hunger pains were kicking in after a workout and I didn’t have time to cook it up. So low carb berries it is, a large slab of butter (not in the nutrition) and some low carb syrup for me!
They are so absolutely fluffy. The pancakes also have a slight sweetness from the almond flour which I absolutely love.
Also – if you can devour the pancake stack above you will be my hero. They are so filling lol but essentially you are eating high concentration of almond and eggs so I guess I understand why they are so satisfying and filling!
I personally am not a fan of actually making pancakes though. Mainly because there is nothing more annoying than standing at the stovetop flipping pancakes. ESPECIALLY after a long workout. These keto pancakes store perfectly in the refrigerator
How to store our these pancakes
I’ve found that these keep really well a couple days after making them!
Simply store in an airtight container in the refrigerator and microwave on high for 1 minute to enjoy the next day!
Freezing – Now I haven’t had a chance to freeze these. My gut thinks that they might not hold up as well but its always worth a try!
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The Best Keto Pancakes recipe that has ever been made in our household! Made with just 6-ingredients this keto pancake mix is so easy to whip together. Sunday morning pancakes will become a normal here on out.
In a medium bowl whisk together almond flour, eggs, almond milk, vanilla extract, baking powder together.
Spoon 1/4 cup of pancake mix onto a hot oiled skillet and cooke until done, flipping occasionally.
Serve with your favorite bacon, low carb berries or low carb syrup