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The Best Keto Pancakes Recipe

The Best Keto Pancakes Recipe



The Best Keto Pancakes Recipe

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 with almond flour. 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?

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 sugar free 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 Easy Keto 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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RECIPE NOTE ON THE EGGS: We’ve tested and where we live our ‘large’ eggs are closer to the United States regular eggs. We use 4 eggs and works wonderfully for us. My advice is start with 2 eggs and if your batter is still too thick for you add an additional egg or two until it reaches your desired consistency for batter. The batter should be the same consistency of what ‘normal’ batter should be.

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 with almond flour. Sunday morning pancakes will become a normal here on out.

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Recipe Notes

RECIPE NOTE ON THE EGGS: We’ve tested and where we live our ‘large’ eggs are closer to the United States regular eggs. We use 4 eggs and works wonderfully for us. My advice is start with 2 eggs and if your batter is still too thick for you add an additional egg or two until it reaches your desired consistency for batter. The batter should be the same consistency of what ‘normal’ batter should be.

Lovely comments

Loved these pancakes

I’ve made them about 3 times

UK large eggs or the type of almond flour is different over here. I used 2 large eggs and made approx 6 pancakes.

Hubby likes them and he can be really fickle with changes.

Great with a nob of butter and maple syrup

They tasted like French toast to me…my son loved them! I added 3 eggs a a little more vanilla and cinnamon. To my batter I added 2oz of cream cheese and they were even better! Definitely doing these again! Thank you!!!

I’ve found that something about this recipe some people have a strong aversion to it. Think it is the egg/almond flour combo. Might I suggest you try out our Keto Cream Cheese Pancake Recipe instead. It’s definitely seeming to win the hearts over of those who aren’t a fan of this one. ??

These are my favorites. I tried some other recipes including one with sour cream and I coild’t turn them. They always fell apart. I’m back to this recipe. It’s the best. I too only get 5 pancakes using 2 eggs.

Hi Barb! This recipe is either a favorite for some but not so much for others. We’ve found that those who dislike this recipe like our Keto Cream Cheese Pancakes a bit better. Might be worth checking out!

It seems people either love or hate this recipe! Might I suggest these Keto Cream Cheese Pancakes instead. It seems to win the hearts of people who are not fans of the almond flour texture of these bring to the table.

Delicious Pancakes!! I used ground almonds instead of Almond Flour, and Psyllium Husk instead of baking powder. Came out delicious!! Tried this twice with 2 eggs and with 4 eggs. Both were delicious. Thx so much for the recipe!!

This recipe was great! Thank you so much! I added a tbsp of swerve to the batter and next time I will try chocolate chips and maybe a little more vanilla! I loved the texture! I subscribed and will definitely be searching the site for more delicious recipes!!

I followed this recipe exactly. I used three eggs as recommended. The consistency and texture was OK. But there was no sweetness to the pancakes. I really didn’t care for the taste because I expected a slightly sweet taste. Maybe adding sweetener will help.

We provide the nutrition information below the recipe. If you need help in how to calculate your net carbs check out this page. All ingredients vary and are different so there is some variations in some nutrition results and why we provide nutrition information as a courtesy but always you are more than welcomed to calculate it yourself based on your specific ingredients.

These are DELICIOUS & EASY to make & they were a MUCH needed break from eggs for breakfast! Even picky hubby loved them! (So great knowing I won’t have that awful sugar crash after eating “normal” pancakes.)

I used the Blue Diamond almond flour, unsweetened vanilla almond milk and 3 large Eggland’s Best eggs. Served w/ Lakanto maple syrup.I wouldn’t change a thing. Yummmmm!!!

So glad you enjoyed and coming back to let us know! ALSO thank you for reporting the type of almond flour you used! I’m noticing some people have had varying results and I suspect it’s the flour brand since we can’t get a bad result anytime we make these ourselves! They are a favorite of ours too and love eating after a workout. ??

Hi Lindsay ! I just discovered your website and I already like it, the recipes are amazing thank you for sharing ! Just was wondering are you thinking of opening YouTube channel? Cause this way it’s easier to watch your cooking methods!

We are not going to be opening a YouTube channel anytime soon BUT do have it in the works currently to introduce longer videos to more slowly walk through the recipes and see how everyone interacts with those first. If it’s positive feedback then we will consider longer cooking videos for the future.

These pancakes were amazing! I had to add an extra 1/4 cup almond flour to the recipe as there was too much egg, but either than that I followed the recipe exactly. These are the best low carb pancakes! Thank you for sharing! I will be making these often!

Hi, I use blue almond finely sifted almond flour, and I had to use 1.25 cups to get the right thick consistency for pancakes. They turn out too thin otherwise. Thanks for the recipe, it really helps to be able to eat pancakes when on a keto diet. ??

I find two eggs makes them too “eggy” tasting for me, so I used two whole eggs, and two flax eggs. More carbs, I know, but just a little. I topped them with plain Greek yogurt and a few rasberries.

The texture and consistency turned out great, and I got 10 pancakes out of it.

Lindsay: Your recipe is so easy to prepare and VERY DELICIOUS!! Like others, I adjusted the eggs to (2), added 2 oz. cream cheese for moisture, used buttermilk and Mapleine for better flavor. Overall, I gave your recipe 5 stars for the simple, easy and tasty pancakes that are quick to fix.

They DO FREEZE well and taste wonderful with a pat of butter and drizzle of SF Maple syrup.

Thanks so much for a GREAT recipe that anyone can enjoy!! So glad I found your Pinterest post.

Hello, I have a question. I just made these pancakes this morning and I used 2 eggs instead of 4. It only yield 5 pancakes. I measured 1/4 cup to place in the skillet. I’m not sure how to get to 10 pancakes when it wasn’t enough batter

I thinkkkk I figured out what is causing this difference in what people are getting.

1. Eggs – We personally use 4 eggs every single time and am able to get to 10 pancakes. The reason we mention the 2 eggs to begin with is we our recipe tester who where they lived eggs were MUCH larger and 4 eggs of theirs was much to many.. so the eggs might play a small factor depending on how many you use.

2. Almond Flour – so this is where I think the biggest problem is happening.. because it’s bothered us how people are getting such different results LOL. We’ve tried numerous different almond flours and it seems that some are finer than others and that has DEFINITELY has changed the yield amount. Thank you for the reminder though, I need to put this in the post for others to share our results.

These pancakes are the CAT’S PAJAMAS!! So tasty! I used heavy cream and even added 1 tsp of Monk Fruit sweetener, (but not sure I needed the sweetener) and served with Walden Farms sugar-free syrup. I will make these again and again! Thank you!

WOW, I am really surprised. These taste great. I read many recipes before trying this one. I followed the recipe. However, I only used 3 eggs and I add some cinnamon. I used Walden Farms pancake syrup and that added the sweetness. I will definitely make these again.

Just made these this morning, we used 3 eggs and got 6 regular size pancakes and 1 larger one, I found the flavour great but not the texture or density of the pancakes, not sure how to describe it. Do you think adding a little more baking powder or using some coconut flour would help?

Thanks for your recipe, and my husband didn’t have a problem with the texture, maybe it is just my taste buds!

Hi Wendy! Mmm perhaps. I’m finding some that are sensitive to the texture of these have warmed up to these Keto Cream Cheese Pancakes more. So before messing with the ratio here I’d try that recipe instead. ??

Fantastic thanks for reporting back Patience! Yeah some people just seem to have a strong aversion to almond flour so happy we’ve found these two ways to making this Keto Pancakes has been a decent solution.

Tried this today. I was almost out of Almond Flour so I used 1/2 c almond flour and 1/2 c cassava flour. I am not Keto, I am Paleo but the two are so similar! I added a little more vanilla (I make my own), used 3 lg eggs and ate it with Organic Pure Maple Syrup. It is one of the sweeteners I can have on Paleo. (Absolutely no artificial sweeteners or agave!!) I cooked it in coconut oil. I put a little too much oil in the pan and discovered that if I added a little something sweet and berries, and shaped it right, I might end up with a donut! (My favorite!) Crispy outside. a little “crumby” on the inside. Thank you for the recipe. I am going to have some fun playing with it. I have subscribed. VERY happy I found you!

Tried these for the first time, I thought they were good. I used three eggs and it yielded 10 pancakes. I also added some blueberries. I also attempted a keto friendly syrup. The syrup and butter on the pancakes will satisfy that pancake craving! The pancake alone was good but the sweetness obviously came from the syrup. I was not disappointed. Thanks for sharing!

Agreed, I personally wouldn’t eat these pancakes plain either. We try to limit the sweeteners when possible so if I have to choose I choose SF syrup EVERRRRY TIME. Anyone can add a bit of sweetener to the pancakes if desired. ??

These pancakes were good we used the recipe that is on here, the four eggs were good. I live Texas. So our eggs are big I mean not huge but decent size lol. I tested a little on the pan and they were a little try so I added a little more heaving whipping cream maybe like 1/2 cup in total. I added more vanilla just like a dash. I added one pack of sola sweetener (you can use any artificial one) and I also added a little bit of avocado oil to make them a little more moist. Overall we had three each not too big but not tiny. My boyfriend approved ??

Thank you so much for this. Unfortunately mine did not have much flavor. The two eggs worked well and they looked like your picture. Next time I will try adding cream cheese, possibly cinnamon or other baking spice. It really was easy.

We add butter and low carb syrup to ours every single time and it is perfect.. If you are eating plain with some berries and without butter and syrup I would definitely recommend adding a low carb sweetener and/or cinnamon to the mix.

Hi Jamie, You cannot use a direct 1-1 ratio with coconut flour to almond flour as it is SUPER absorbent. I’d recommend 1/4 of what is called for the almond flour to start but can’t say for sure as I haven’t tested it out.

Hi! I plan on having overnight guests Saturday & wanted to make these for brunch the next morning. I’ll be doubling the recipe to feed my crowd & wanted to know if I can make the batter the night before to help make less work for me in the morning?

There are only 2 of us eating low carb…wonder if they’ll notice these are ‘different.’

We make a mention about this above the recipe card. We’ve realized that ‘Large’ eggs are very different from place to place. Our large eggs where we are at are closer to a small egg in the states. 4 eggs work for our family. But we advise to start with 2 eggs to start for that reason. Hope this helps!

Made these pancakes this morning. Used only 2 eggs and 2oz. of cream cheese. I added a little more milk to make it pouring consistency. Used the blender, which was brilliant for mixing and pouring. These pancakes were good! My husband did not know they were low carb. Had them with sausage patties and low carb syrup. Delish! Thank you so much. Killed my craving ??

You’re calculations are wrong. I’m counting 24 NET Carbs from the cup of almond flour alone. This factors in 3g of fiber per quarter cup. Adding 4 eggs and almond milk, even though small, adds to the net carbs, probably another 1.5 or so. If this makes 10 servings then you get over 2.5 NET carbs per pancake. I can eat like 10 of these, but I have to limit of course. Good recipe, I just wanted to point out.

I’m using a recipe nutrition calculator and there may be a slightly difference in ingredients and nutritional values. I’ve doubled checked again and thats what I’m coming up with my calculator. We provide nutrition data below is provided as a courtesy. We try to be accurate with this information but as always feel free to make your own calculations using your specific ingredient nutritional values.. I’ll leave this here for anyone else though who wants to follow this nutrition carb count. Glad you liked the recipe though!

So thank you very much for the recipe. I pulled up 1 cup of Almond flour on my carb Manager app and it says 9 carbs per cup. Not sure how those ladies got 24 carbs?

Love the recipe!!

Kathy- Needles, Ca

Net carbs are after you subtract the fiber. I think those who have commented are forgetting to do that. I use the recipe as written but use a little vanilla stevia to sweeten it and I can’t have dairy so I cook them in butter flavored coconut oil. Very yummy – thanks!

I agree. I was excited and made them for breakfast then entered the in my app and was given 2.7 net carbs per serving pancake. What I thought would be a 3 net carb count turned out to be 8 for my breakfast. Big difference when your counting each carb. Just looking at the link for almond flour shows 24net carbs per cup which would be 2.4 net carbs in just the almond flour per pancake.

I made these today. Some plain and some with raspberries. I added a half teaspoon cinnamon to this recipe and loved the flavor. My husband loved them as well. I make 3 inch size pancakes and have two for a meal. I also make larger batches to refrigerate or freeze. They thaw nicely in the refrigerator or microwave. My husband made a breakfast sandwich with these pancakes today. Thank you for a quick and easy recipe.

I made these pancakes for brunch today and they were the best I have tried yet. Also have enough for 2 more meals and not only do they taste great but they look so good. Thank You so much for the wonderful recipe.

Hi! Great Pancakes! I am a little confused though. Why does the recipe say to spoon 1/4 of the mixture and cook if the recipe should yield 10 pancakes? I only got about 6 aprox 3 inch diameter pancakes from this recipe. I also only used 2 large Canadian eggs. I ate 3/6 pancakes and according to the recipe I had a lot of calories! Thank you

Were they thick pancakes? I can’t really say why you had less pancakes.. some people have reported being able to get 12 pancakes lol while I personally normally get 10 and that is with scrapping the last bits from the bowl. Sorry I can’t be of more help.

I also followed the recipe (2 eggs) and only was able to make 6 pancakes, that’s with scraping the bowl. The pancakes turned out delicious. I ate 3 out of the 6. I’m just afraid of counting my macros based on the 6 pancakes. Eek.

The same here. I used 2 eggs and only got about 5 pancakes using a 1/4 cup measure. They looked about as thick as your picture. They were absolutely delicious, though. I loved them with butter and Lankant syrup. Very satisfying. Great recipe.

These pancakes are the best pancakes I have tried. I loved them! I was really full after 2. I will definitely make these when I am hungry for pancakes. They weren’t eggy tasting, they felt like pancakes in my mouth not like eggs and they held together when I flipped them. I did put 2 oz. of cream cheese in them because it sounded good to me.

Just had them for dinner. My husband and I thought they were amazing! We did add some monk fruit and some pecans. We’ve made a couple of different keto pancake recipes, but the flavor and texture of these were the best! They make thinner pancakes, which I like.

I love my pancakes and this recipe needs work. I unfortunately have to give it 2.5 stars. With my recommendation it can become a 5 and still be fully keto. Add 15-18 drops of Stevia and half a bar of cream cheese. Make sure the ingredients are mixed in a blender to make the texture of the almond flour less mealy. This will make the pancakes much softer, richer and more enjoyable to eat. They will lose a slight bit of thickness but it’s more than worth the trade-off.



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