Liv’s Low Carb Pancakes

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Recipe Ingredients:
1 cup almond flour
2 eggs
1/4 cup water
2 tablespoons of oil or butter (I used butter)
1/4 teaspoon of salt (I plan to cut this to 1/8 teaspoon the next time)
1 tablespoon of sweetener
1/4 teaspoon baking soda

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27 Replies to “Liv’s Low Carb Pancakes”

  1. Bby Jill

    just made these with exact recipe. The good … They look like pancakes They even smell like pancakes. Add long as your almond flower is ultra fine it will even feel like pancakes. Have been missing bread and a little sweets and this was a good substitute. I will be using this recipe again. The not so good: they don't taste quite like pancakes. They are a bit dry so after the first cake I added Stevia, mct oil, and vanilla. That was a little better. The bottom line, the best low carb pancakes I have made. Can see this recipe for good bread sticks or even pizza.

  2. elsa marines

    just did this recipe but here are my tweaks
    i actually just made some home made salted butter and buttermilk so instead of the water i used the buttermilk.
    also I'm not a fan of artificial sweeteners so I used coconut sugar instead. I also skipped the salt since my butter was salted.
    These by far are the best low carb pancakes I've ever had, and I've tried about 10 youtube recipes .

  3. licho3440

    Im not GF, but I am always looking to cut carbs, and this video also gave me the idea to mix 1 part almond flour to 1 part bisquick for a huge reduction in carbs. This ratio produces a normal bisquick pancake with all the taste and flufffies of a regular pancake.

  4. licho3440

    Just tried this. I made a half recipe. Turned out great. I also did not add sweetener and cut back the salt to 1/8 Tsp. Tastes like a pancake, almost like a corn cake, the butter adds to the nuttiness. Overall very nice, can serve to company to no ill effects. Fyi- Joseph's Maple Syrup is the king of taste when it comes to Sugar-Free syrups. Enjoy!

  5. momof2

    I made them, and they didn't look anything like yours, but mine were fantastic….. So happy to have a non soy, super low carb pancake. I just loves these 😀 Huge thumbs up !!!

  6. danicadb1

    for a decent topping, I used some melted butter, maple extract and some sweetener of your choice, you can heat this mix in microwave for about 20 seconds, stir well, put on top of your pancakes, you can also add some vanilla to your pancakes as you make them 🙂 I will sometimes make these, let them cool, then use them as a base for strawberry shortcakes, very nice, and light :)

  7. Carol Napolitano

    Thanks my friend, I just bought a bunch of almond flour, ( I'm broke) but happy, LoL Can you believe the price? I thought coconut flour was high, I bought some of Bobs coconut flour, then I noticed they had another brand called Nutria, same amount, 2 dollars a bag less, so now that what I'm buying. I haven't noticed that brand in the Almond flour, I'll have to look online for that one. My son Joe and I stopped eating gluten, well we had some pasta the other day, but that was after 1 month of none, I just wanna use what I have then I won't buy any. I made chicken parm. I had to make a little pasta with that. I never thought it would be so easy, thanks to recipes like yours, thanks so much! Take care.

  8. kim doja

    lmao! i almost every day make this recipe that i had to came out with since i always have leftovers almond pulp from the homemade almond milk and the egg mixture from the french toast (eggplant frensh toast X`D)

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