Nothing is as good as a tasty pancake (together with your children or small children).
Unfortunately, a regular pancake is very high in carbohydrates... and anything but healthy.
This will unfortunately not benefit your weight, blood sugar or type 2 diabetes.
Fortunately, we have a recipe for you for low-carb pancakes that are tasty and healthy.
You can keep the treats thin or make them nice and fluffy like in our pictures.
Whatever you decide to make, the result will be the same:
Deliciously low-carb pancakes that are healthy - so you don't have to fill up guilty when you eat five at once.
What makes these pancakes healthy is that they are made from almond flour (and a few other ingredients).
As I mentioned with our sugar-free cheesecake, almond flour is one of the healthiest flours you can use. That's because it is low in carbohydrates and high in fiber at the same time. Also, they are pretty protein-rich.
Why is this good? It will fill you up quite nicely.
Making low-carb pancakes with coconut flour would be even healthier. However, they are often a bit too 'coconut-like' for most people.
That is why we prefer to choose almond flour instead of, for example, oatmeal flour.
Oatmeal flour is certainly not unhealthy... but it is not nearly as healthy as almond flour.
Feel like making the recipe? See what awaits you below 🙂
Photos and recipe of the low-carb pancakes made with almond flour
Is the water already starting to run in your mouth? Then go all the way down for the complete recipe of these low-carb pancakes.
Not only do we have this recipe, but also a recipe for low-carb muffins.
That is of course not quite the same as eating a pancake but certainly tasty as a change. And they are ideal as 'a thing to eat with your coffee'.
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Low-Carb Pancakes with Almond Flour (Super Easy)
- 60 gram almond flour
- 125 gram cream cheese
- 1 teaspoon erythritol powder
- 0.5 teaspoon cinnamon - optional
- 1 tablespoon butter
- Mix all ingredients together (use a hand mixer or a whisk for this).
- Melt a piece of butter in a nonstick frying pan over medium heat.
- Add some of the batter (amount depends on the desired thickness of the pancake).