Whether you call them Pancakes, Hot Cakes, or Flap Jacks, you are going to love this Keto Pancake Recipe. In just a few minutes you can enjoy fluffy low carb pancakes any morning you want, whether you are on a low carb diet, gluten-free or other diets.
Pancakes have always been pretty much my favorite breakfast item. They were my go-to breakfast order when going out, well to be exact, my official order was a sausage egg and cheese on a hard roll with a side of pancakes.
My husband and I have always disagreed on what kind of short stack to order. I’m team plain, and he’s team chocolate chip. Honestly, whichever one we got, it was always so good.
That being said, pancakes have never been my favorite thing to make at home. I always ended up burning them, I couldn’t get the right temperature. It just wasn’t something I would say I was good at.
However, one of my good friends used to always make me pancakes for dinner and it was my favorite!! So I knew I had to master it at some point in my life.
So here we are….me finally mastering THE PANCAKE. But this recipe we created for you is not just an ordinary pancake recipe, it’s a great Keto Pancake Recipe.
What are Keto Pancakes?
Keto pancakes are a great healthy alternative to regular pancakes. They are made with almond and coconut flour, eggs, vanilla, baking powder, almond milk, and a low carb sweetener.
Our keto pancake recipe is easy to make and light and fluffy and it goes perfectly with our Sugar-Free Maple Syrup. Honestly, these might just be the best keto pancakes.
What Do They Taste Like?
Have you noticed that pancakes don’t have an overwhelmingly strong flavor in general? These keto pancakes are basically just like regular ones, they don’t have a strong flavor which is what you want.
They basically take on the flavor of whatever you add to them, like maple syrup, or fresh fruit.
A Great Keto Breakfast Option
I feel like sometimes it can be more of a challenge to find keto breakfast options. So I’m happy to share this great keto breakfast recipe with you guys.
Not only will it fit into your daily macro plan, but your kiddos will love them too. I mean what kid doesn’t love pancakes?
Are Low Carb Pancakes Healthy for You?
These easy keto pancakes are a lot healthier for you than traditional pancakes, because they don’t contain any white or wheat flour, milk, or any cane sugar.
- For 2 – 4” keto pancakes, it’s only 264 calories.
As far as calories go, they actually are very close to regular pancakes. But it’s the ingredients that count and what makes our keto almond flour pancakes the healthier option.
Store-bought pancake brands have not only wheat flour and cane sugar, but they all have a ton of fillers that we can’t even pronounce.
Our ingredients on the other hand are all keto and paleo-friendly, making them a much healthier option, and the perfect low carb pancake mix.
Is Almond Flour Keto?
YES! Almond flour along with other kinds of nut flours are great while on a keto diet or any kind of low carb diet.
What makes it Keto-friendly is that nut flours are high in protein but low in carbs.
- Almond Flour – 1 cup has 8 NET Carbs and 24 grams of Protein.
How Many Carbs are in Keto Pancakes?
How many carbs are in these keto-friendly pancakes?
- For 2 – 4” Keto Pancakes, there are only 4.8 NET CARBS. When compared to regular pancakes there is a huge difference.
- 2 Kellog’s Eggo Frozen Pancakes have about 30 NET CARBS. Quite the difference right?
What Ingredients are Keto Pancakes Made of?
- Combination of Flours – I used a combo of both almond flour and coconut flour. In most keto pancake recipes both flours are used.
- Low Carb Sweetener – A powdered sweetener works the best because it blends perfectly without giving you a grainy texture.
- Eggs – 6 eggs.
- Baking Powder – This is what will help the pancakes to rise and be fluffy.
- Unsweetened Almond Milk – Unsweetened is the keyword, you don’t want almond milk that has added sugar.
- Vanilla – Gives a nice little flavor.
Which Flour is Best for Keto Pancakes?
I decided to use both almond flour and coconut flour in my keto pancakes. I mean why not right? I do it all the time in my baked goods, why not do it for my keto pancakes recipe?
I really liked the way the almond and coconut flour taste together, and it gives them a nice fluffy texture.
If you don’t want to use coconut flour, stay tuned because we have Almond Flour Pancake Recipe coming your way soon. So if you have a coconut allergy then be sure to check out that recipe too.
Almond Flour vs Almond Meal
The key to the best keto pancakes is to make sure that you use superfine almond flour, and NOT an almond meal.
Almond flour is made with blanched almonds and then ground into a super fine flour giving you a soft texture perfect for baking and cooking.
My favorite brand is Kirkland Almond Flour, which is Costco’s Brand. The price is great for a huge bag. I believe it’s about $13.00 for a 3lb bag. If you see it at your Costco, grab it and run!
Best Sweetener for Low Carb Pancakes
What’s the best sweetener in this low carb pancake recipe? I chose to use powdered Swerve to give a little sweetness to our keto pancakes.
You honestly can use pretty much any sweetener that you want including: Swerve, Monk Fruit, Xylitol, Liquid Stevia, etc.
If you have a favorite, then go ahead and use it. I like how the powdered swerve really blends really nicely with the batter.
Also, feel free to add more if you like your low carb pancakes sweeter. I added 4 tsp but you can add more.
For Paleo: The only ingredient that some paleo followers might object to is the erythritol, but you can replace that with coconut sugar or maple syrup if you are strictly paleo.
Low Carb Milk Options
Here is a small list of great low carb milk options you can use to make Keto Pancakes:
- Almond Milk – Probably the most commonly used milk on most diets.
- Coconut Milk
- Cashew Milk
- Macadamia Nut Milk
- Soy Milk
- Flax Milk
You have some options when picking low carb milk. I always use almond milk because it’s something I have always used in the past, plus I get it at Costco in a big box for a great price.
The one I get at Costco is Shelf Stable Unsweetened Almond. I love using shelf-stable almond milk, it’s great to always have my stash available in the pantry.
Can I Use Buttermilk?
Doing some research it seems that Buttermilk is kind of controversial when it comes to keto. Some people say it’s ok to use a small amount in a recipe and that it won’t mess up your macros too much. Others say that it’s a definite no-no.
I’m going to let each one of you be the judge whether they want to use buttermilk in this low carb pancake mix.
So that you can make an educated decision here is the nutrition information on buttermilk from 2 different brands I have tried in the past:
- Kate’s Homemade Buttermilk: 1 Cup – 100 Calories, 2 grams Fat, 12, grams Carbs, 12 grams Sugar, 0 grams Fiber, 8 grams Protein.
- Organic Valley Lowfat Buttermilk: 1 Cup – 100 Calories, 2.5 grams Fat, 12 grams Carbs, 12 grams Sugar, 0 grams Fiber, 8 grams Protein.
As you can see these two brands are about the same as far as nutritional information, but if you decide to use buttermilk please always check the label because they will vary a bit.
Can I Substitute the Eggs?
You can omit the eggs if you need to with either flax eggs or chia eggs.
When replacing eggs keep in mind that 1 flax or chia egg = 1 regular egg.
- 1 Flax Egg: 1 tbsp flaxseed meal + 3 tbsp hot water. Combine and let sit for 5 minutes before adding.
- 1 Chia Egg: 1 tbsp chia seeds + 3 tbsp hot water. Combine and let sit for 5 minutes before using.
Do I Have to Use Cream Cheese?
No, you don’t need to use cream cheese when making this low carb pancake recipe, in fact, it’s not in my ingredients list at all. I wanted to give you a completely dairy-free pancake recipe.
However, if you have tried other keto or low carb pancake recipes, some do call for cream cheese in them. Typically only 2-3 oz is added to the batter. Why?
A lot of people find that the texture of the cream cheese adds some thickness and helps to give you the fluffiness you want in pancakes.
So if you want to try adding some cream cheese, go for it and let me know how it comes out. Try only adding about 2 oz first and see how that comes out.
Different Variations of Low Carb Pancakes
Oh boy….pancake variations!! I don’t think I could tell you all of the variations out there for low carb pancakes, but I will tell you as many as I can think of at the moment. (And btw this is really hard right now because I’m starving and I want these pancakes this second!)
Ok moving on to some easy Keto pancake variations:
- Keto Pumpkin Pancakes
- Low Carb Blueberry Pancakes
- Keto Chocolate Chip Pancakes
- Almond Flour Pancakes
- Keto Cream Cheese Pancakes
- Coconut Flour Pancakes
Savory Keto Pancakes
Have you ever tried making savory pancakes? You can enjoy savory keto pancakes for any meal of the day, but most people prefer them for breakfast.
Savory pancakes can be made or topped with:
- Crispy fried onions
- Fried eggs
- Ham or Bacon
- Zucchini or Sweet Potato
- Fresh Herbs like Chives
- Spinach and Feta
Can I Use this Batter for Keto Waffles?
To be completely honest I have not tried making waffles with this low carb pancake mix. I don’t see why it wouldn’t work, but I don’t want to tell you that it definitely would work without testing it myself.
So if you make this keto pancake mix and try making waffles with it, PLEASE comment below and let us know how it came out.
Mini Low Carb Pancakes
I love making food into mini’s, I don’t know why but I just do. These keto-friendly pancakes can be turned into mini keto-friendly pancakes, or as some people like to call them “silver dollar” pancakes.
- Use a tablespoon to scoop out the batter and place on the griddle or the pan, and cook them as you would larger pancakes. They will cook pretty quickly though, so flip them over once they start to bubble.
Tools to Use
- High-speed Blender – This is key to getting the right texture!
- Griddle or Large Frying Pan – I prefer using a griddle but a frying pan will work too.
- Spatula – I use a silicone spatula and it works perfectly when flipping them over.
- Measuring Cups – ¼ measuring cup is the right size for measuring out the pancake batter.
- Molds – I like using 4” round pancake molds, but it is not something you definitely have to have. They help you to get perfectly round and even pancakes.
How to Make The Fluffiest Keto Pancakes from Scratch
Learn how to make these Keto Pancakes with Almond Flour below. I promise you they are so easy and quite delicious.
Mixing the Batter
Step 1: Gather all your ingredients.
Get your high-speed blender out. I used my Vitamix, and it worked perfectly.
Step 2: In the blender, add the eggs, almond flour, coconut flour, vanilla, baking powder, sweetener, and almond milk.
Step 3: Turn the blender on and let run until completely mixed. It should only take 30-45 seconds.
Step 4: Let sit for 5 minutes.
Pouring Pancake Batter
Step 5: Turn the griddle to 350 degrees, and add 1 tbsp coconut oil to the pan.
Step 6: Pour the pancake batter into a ¼ cup. This makes it easier to get the right amount.
Cooking the Pancakes
Step 7: Pour the ¼ cup of batter onto the griddle. Or if you are using a pancake mold, then pour the batter into the mold.
How to Flip The Perfect Pancake
Step 8: Once the batter starts to bubble, use a spatula to gently flip it over.
TIP – Wait until the top starts to bubble, that will indicate that the underside is cooked. Shove the spatula all the way underneath to ensure you can flip the entire pancake.
Step 9: Cook the keto pancake until golden brown on both sides.
Step 10: Transfer to a plate while you finish cooking the rest of the keto pancake mix.
How to Know When the Pancakes are Done?
After pouring the batter onto the griddle or into the pan, wait until the batter starts to bubble, that’s how you know it’s ready to flip.
Once the low carb pancake has been flipped over, wait until the other side has turned golden brown, then transfer to a plate.
Best Tips for Keto Pancakes
- A BLENDER is key to getting the right pancake consistency.
- Silicone spatula works the best.
- Bubbles – Wait until there are bubbles on the pancake before flipping.
- Griddle – A griddle is the best way to cook keto pancakes, in my opinion.
- Don’t overmix – It can lead to denser keto pancakes.
- Small Keto Pancakes – Make smaller keto pancakes, about 4” in diameter. It’s easier to flip and won’t fall apart as easily.
- Cooking Temperature – If using a griddle cook the keto pancakes on 350 degrees. If using a frying pan then cook on medium heat.
- Almond Flour – Be sure to use almond flour, and not almond meal.
- Egg-Free Option – For each egg replace it with 1 tbsp of flax meal or chia seeds + 3 tbsp warm water. Let sit for 5 minutes. Then add to the blender.
- Flip Carefully.
- Let the batter rest for 5 minutes before using.
- Coconut oil – I found using coconut oil on the griddle works best, without burning the pancakes. Butter can burn easily.
- Pancake Molds – Not only are pancake molds fun for kids, but they are a great way to get perfectly shaped pancakes.
- Sweetener – Powdered sweeteners work the best, giving you the right texture. Granulated sweeteners can leave you with a grainy texture.
The Secret to Extra Fluffy Keto Pancakes
It’s so hard to say what the “SECRET” is to extra fluffy keto pancakes. Getting low carb pancakes to come out fluffy like normal ones can be a big challenge. Using different ingredients like almond flour makes it much harder.
That being said, here are a few tips I found that can help you achieve fluffy pancakes.
Thicker Batter – If you have an overly-wet batter it could leave you with a flatter pancake. After mixing the batter in the blender, let it sit for about 5 minutes before pouring onto the griddle. By letting it sit for a few minutes it should thicken up a bit.
Also, if you add too much almond milk, it will thin the batter out and can also result in thinner pancakes.
Baking Powder – Baking powder will help your keto-friendly pancakes rise. Make sure your baking powder is fresh. It will look light and fluffy in the container.
Use Pancake Molds – These will help you form perfectly circle pancakes, and also allow you to make your pancakes higher than normal, which makes them extra fluffy.
Do You Cook Pancakes on High or Low Heat?
People will tell you different things about what the best temperature is to cook low carb pancakes. After years of burning my pancakes, I can honestly tell you that I found cooking them on medium heat has been the best, resulting in the fluffy keto pancakes.
If I’m using my griddle, 350 degrees is perfect!
If I’m using my stovetop, then I usually put it on medium heat, which is number 6 on my dial.
Is It Better to Add Milk or Water to Pancake Mix?
Most store-bought pancake mixes call for milk, but some ask for water. Which one is better? Honestly, I haven’t noticed a difference in either.
Because this is a keto pancake recipe, milk has too many carbs. So I used almond milk instead, but any other nut milk would work just fine.
If you aren’t doing low carb but still don’t like to use cow’s milk, then try using oat milk, it’s great!
Keep them Small
Try to keep your keto pancakes small, about 4” in diameter. If they get too big then they are hard to flip because they are fragile.
The easiest way to help keep them all the same size is by using a pancake mold. Silicone molds are the easiest to use and clean.
Can I Skip Baking Powder in Pancakes?
If you don’t have baking powder, it’s ok, we can fix that.
For every 1 tsp of baking powder replace it with ¼ tsp of baking soda instead. Baking soda is more powerful than baking powder so you need much less.
Should You Let Pancake Batter Rest?
After the batter is mixed in the blender it can be more liquidy than other pancake batters, so just let it rest for a few minutes before cooking, 5 minutes is long enough. It will thicken up, but will still be pourable.
Why Is the First Pancake Always Bad?
The first pancake always seems to be a bust right? Ok well here are a few ways to help fix that problem:
- Season Your Skillet – Turn the stove or griddle onto medium heat, grease the pan with coconut oil or butter, then carefully wipe off any excess with a paper towel. This can help prevent the pancake from burning.
- Do a Test – Make a small test pancake with a small spoonful of batter, then determine if the pan is the right temperature.
Why Do My Pancakes Fall Apart?
Ugh, it’s the worst when your pancakes fall apart!! If that happens to you it might be because you didn’t let the keto pancake cook long enough before flipping.
The trick to making sure the pancakes don’t fall apart is to let them start bubbling, then go ahead and flip them.
Why Won’t the Inside of My Pancakes Cook?
Have you made regular or low carb pancakes and the outside is cooked but then cut into them and they are still gooey? Ugh, that’s the worst!
Pancakes can be tricky little things! Something that seems so easy can cause you so much trouble and frustration.
If that happened to you, then it’s probably because the temperature is too high. The outside is cooking too fast.
Cook your keto pancakes at a lower temperature, that should help solve the problem.
Don’t Burn Your Keto Pancakes
Cook your low carb pancakes at a lower temperature if you find that they are burning while cooking them on medium.
- TIP: Don’t ever go higher than medium on your stove, or don’t go higher than 350 on your griddle.
I found that using coconut oil helps prevent keto almond flour pancakes from burning too. When I use butter it’s more likely that I burn my pancakes.
Can I Buy a Premade Keto Pancake Mix?
Yes, you can buy premade keto pancake mix. I have not tried any of them myself so I’m not sure exactly how they taste.
However, I did a little research on a few different brands and what their nutritional information is. This is what I found, and you can decide if you want to try any of them.
Just keep in mind that most premade keto pancake mixes have more carbs than our homemade keto pancake recipe. So be aware of that.
Birch Benders Keto Pancake and Waffle Mix (Serving Size 2 Pancakes):
- 160 Calories
- 11g Fat
- 10g Carbs
- 5g Fiber
- 3g Sugar
- 9g Protein
Kodiak Power Cakes Carb-Conscious Buttermilk Flapjack & Waffle Mix (Serving Size ½ cup dry mix):
- 240 Calories
- 14g Fat
- 19g Carbs
- 4g Fiber
- 2g Sugar
- 14g Protein
Swerve Sweets Pancake and Waffle Mix (Serving Size 2 Pancakes):
- 210 Calories
- 14g Fat
- 19g Carbs
- 3g Fiber
- 2g Sugar
- 3g Erythritol
- 7g Protein
Other Diets This Recipe is Good For
This low carb pancake recipe is great for so many people on so many different diets. Here is a quick list and breakdown of who it’s acceptable for and how to make it acceptable for your dietary needs:
- Dairy-Free: This keto pancake recipe does not have any butter in it, and we use almond milk instead of cream or milk. So it’s perfect for anyone with a dairy allergy.
- Gluten-Free: These pancakes are gluten-free and do not include any wheat flour or similar.
- Sugar-Free: I think it’s pretty obvious by this point that all of our recipes don’t use any added cane sugar. But instead, we use erythritol sweeteners such as Monkfruit, Swerve, Allulose, and Stevia.
- Paleo: Depending on how strict you are, you may not feel comfortable using erythritol. So instead you can replace the powdered Swerve with coconut sugar instead.
- Candida Friendly
Are these Pancakes Vegan?
Our low carb pancake batter is not vegan because it does have eggs in it. But in order to make it vegan, replace each egg with a flax or chia egg.
- 1 Regular Egg = 1 Flax Egg (1 tbsp flaxseed meal + 3 tbsp warm water. Let sit for 5 minutes).
- 1 Regular Egg = 1 Chia Egg (1 tbsp chia seeds + 3 tbsp warm water. Let sit for 5 minutes).
What to Serve with Low Carb Pancakes?
We have our keto breakfast recipe made, but what goes with it exactly?
Ok ok, now we have gotten to the good stuff….all the toppings and what goes with your morning keto pancakes.
The first clear item that is a must is: Coffee. I don’t know about you but for me it’s non-negotiable.
I also love some bacon with my keto pancakes. Check out our recipe on How to Bake Bacon, it’s a game-changer I promise.
Some other great breakfast items that you can make with your pancakes are:
- Breakfast Egg White Muffins
- Low Carb Chocolate Muffins
- Keto Cinnamon Rolls
- Crispy Keto Corned Beef Hash
So I’m pretty sure you have your favorite toppings or things you like to add inside your pancakes. Let’s briefly talk about some of our favorite low carb toppings:
Butter and Keto Maple Syrup are the all-time classic way to eat low carb pancakes.
But since I was a kid, my all-time favorite was to top my pancakes with WHIPPED CREAM! Tons of it! Thankfully our Sugar-Free Whipped Cream is just like the real thing!
Some other great toppings are:
- Sugar-Free Chocolate Chips
- Strawberries or Strawberry Syrup
- Sugar-Free Chocolate Sauce
- Sugar-Free Marshmallows
These are just some that I could think of quickly but I’m sure you have some other great ones you like to use. Whichever ones you choose to add to your pancakes, it will make for a great keto breakfast recipe.
Best Syrup for Low Carb Pancakes
Check out our easy peasy recipe for Sugar-Free Maple Syrup. When I tell you it’s easy, I mean it! It’s delicious and only uses a few ingredients.
If you are looking for store-bought sugar-free maple syrup then the ones I recommend are:
- Lakanto Maple Flavored Syrup
- Choc Zero Maple Syrup
- Cary’s Sugar-Free Low Calorie Syrup: Keep in mind that this has added ingredients that may not comply with Paleo or Whole30 diets.
Meal Prepping Keto Pancakes
Who doesn’t love meal prepping?? I’m pretty sure we all do! This keto pancake recipe is one of the great recipes that the batter can be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge until ready to be made.
Can Pancake Batter Sit in the Fridge Overnight?
Making your keto pancake batter the night before and letting it sit overnight is actually a great idea and a little bit of a time saver. However, depending on what ingredients are used in your batter will determine if it can sit in your fridge overnight.
Keto-Friendly Pancakes made with baking powder can be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge overnight. While sitting overnight the baking powder may lose some of its potency, so you may want to add about 50% more than what the recipe calls for.
But if you use baking soda, then I don’t recommend letting your batter sit overnight. The leavening will lose its power after being moistened for that period of time.
What to Do with Leftover Pancake Batter?
Store the leftover keto pancake batter in the fridge for up to 2 days. Place the leftover batter in an airtight container, or cover the bowl with plastic wrap.
Freeze up for 3 months. Transfer the leftover batter to a Ziploc bag, being sure to squeeze all the air out of the bag before sealing it.
Freeze portioned amount into separate Ziploc bags. This way if you only want 1-2 pancakes at a time you can thaw out just the right amount.
How to Store Keto Pancakes
After you make a batch of these super yummy low carb pancakes, they can be easily stored for later. Place them in either an airtight container or in a Ziploc bag and store them in the fridge for 3-4 days.
How to Reheat?
Reheating your leftover keto pancakes with almond flour is super duper easy! Place them on a microwave-safe plate and microwave for about 20-30 seconds. That’s it!
Can You Freeze Low Carb Pancakes?
Don’t we all just love being able to freeze recipes? It’s so helpful to have things already made and ready to pull right out of the freezer, especially on those long days after work. Here’s the breakdown on how to do that.
Freezing the Batter – Freeze up to 3 months. Transfer the leftover batter to a Ziploc bag, being sure to squeeze all the air out of the bag before sealing it.
Freeze portioned amount into separate Ziploc bags. This way if you only want 1-2 pancakes at a time you can thaw out just the right amount.
Freezing Pancakes After Cooking – After the pancakes have been cooked, place them in Ziploc bags, with parchment paper in between the layers.
Other Low Carb Breakfast Recipes
If you’re in the mood for some other Keto-friendly recipes, check out our:
- Keto Lemon Pound Cake (Starbucks Copycat)
- Keto Smoothies – Complete Guide
- Keto Zucchini Bread with Almond Flour
- Keto Blueberry Muffins with Almond Flour
All of them are Keto-friendly and low carb, and will have your friends raving!Print
Whether you call them Pancakes, Hot Cakes, or Flap Jacks, you are going to love this Keto Pancake Recipe. In just a few minutes you can enjoy fluffy low carb pancakes for breakfast any morning you want, whether you are on a low carb diet or not.
- 1 cup almond flour
- 4 tbsp coconut flour
- 4 tsp powdered swerve
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 6 eggs
- 2 tsp vanilla
- ½ cup unsweetened almond milk
- Gather all your ingredients.
- In a high-powered blender add the eggs, almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, sweetener, vanilla, and unsweetened almond milk.
- Blend until completely smooth. Should take about 30 seconds or so.
- If using a large frying pan, add 1 tbsp of coconut oil and turn onto medium heat. If using a Griddle, turn onto 350 degrees and add 1 tbsp of coconut oil.
- For each pancake, add ¼ cup of pancake batter to the pan.
- If using pancake molds, pour the batter into the mold.
- Once the batter starts to bubble, use a spatula to gently flip it over.
- As soon as it’s finished cooking transfer to a plate until you have finished using all the batter.
- Serve with fruit, whipped cream, or maple syrup.
4.8 NET CARBS PER SERVING (1 SERVING = 2 – 4” PANCAKES)
A BLENDER is key to getting the right pancake consistency.
Silicone spatula works the best.
Bubbles – Wait until there are bubbles on the pancake before flipping.
Griddle – A griddle is the best way to cook keto pancakes, in my opinion.
Don’t overmix – It can lead to ot denser keto pancakes.
Small Keto Pancakes – Make smaller keto pancakes, about 4” in diameter. It’s easier to flip and won’t fall apart as easily.
Cooking Temperature – If using a griddle cook the keto pancakes at 350 degrees. If using a frying pan then cook on medium heat.
Almond Flour – Be sure to use almond flour, and not almond meal.
Egg-Free Option – For each egg replace it with 1 tbsp of flax meal or chia seeds + 3 tbsp warm water. Let sit for 5 minutes. Then add to the blender.
Let the batter rest for 5 minutes before using.
Coconut oil – I found using coconut oil on the griddle works best, without burning the pancakes. Butter can burn easily.
Pancake Molds – Not only are pancake molds fun for kids, but they are a great way to get perfectly shaped pancakes.
Sweetener – Powdered sweeteners work the best, giving you the right texture. Granulated sweeteners can leave you with a grainy texture.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes (5 more minutes resting time)
- Cook Time: 10 minutes
- Category: Breakfast
- Method: Frying
- Cuisine: American
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