So my husband has this way of asking me for breakfast. It goes something like this, “sooo, what are you going to wow me with for breakfast today?”. Lol, he cracks me up! He then proceeds to tell me that pancakes with chocolate syrup sounds soooo good! Well first of all chocolate syrup on pancakes (it’s Texas thing) does not sound appetizing at all, lol! But I went into the kitchen and started pulling out ingredients while thinking about my Keto Waffle recipe… would it work as a pancake batter?
I love my Waffle recipe, it tastes just like the regular non keto waffles but I knew I had to make a couple of changes in order for the pancakes to be lighter and fluffier. I replaced the oat fiber with acacia powder, it gives the batter lighter texture and really keeps your baked goods smooth. Acacia powder is pretty easy to find too, I bought mine on Amazon but you can get it a health food stores as well. I also use Lupin Flour, it has been a game changer for me. I’ve never been a big fan of almond flour because it is so heavy and coconut flour is, well, coconut flour, heavy, dry, and makes everything taste like coconut. Lupin flour is not very tasty in it’s raw state but once it cooks it becomes very mellow and neutral while adding wonderful texture to everything. My go to brand is called Miracle Flour, you can buy it on Amazon or from their website, either way it is must in my pantry!
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1/2 cup lupin flour (I use Miracle Flour)
1/4 cup acacia powder
1/4 cup vanilla egg white protein
1 1/2 teaspoons baking power
3 tablespoons allulose
1/8 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon konjack root powder
2 eggs whisked
2 tablespoons butter melted
1 teaspoon vanilla
2-3 drops stevia
1/4 cup heavy cream
3/4 cup almond milk
Sift dry ingredients together in medium size bowl.
In separate bowl mix wet ingredients together, add to dry ingredients.
Let sit for one minute to allow baking powder to activate.
Heat skillet or griddle over medium heat until hot, add a little oil. Pour batter by 1/4 cup into pan and flip when bubble first appear, cook until golden and batter is completely cooked.
Serve with butter, berries, your favorite sugar free syrup, whipped cream or other favorite toppings.
I encourage everyone to calculate macros for themselves. You will be learning how many carbs there are in individual foods and as people use various brands and ingredients it will be more accurate.