- 1/3 Cup Carbquick
- 1 EggBeaten
- 1 Tsp Allulose(or you preferred sweetener)
- 3/4 Tsp Baking Powder
- 1 Tbsp Avocado Oil(can use butter if preferred)
- 2 Tbsp Heavy Cream
- 1 Tsp Coconut Oil(for the pan)
The Best Keto Pancakes with Carbquick
We’d like to start this Keto Pancakes with Carbquick recipe, with a special thanks to Reddit user /u/InstyKim! It’s an incredible recipe that we’re really excited to share, which she has adapted from here. The most important ingredient in the recipe is Carbquick, but if you don’t have any, or are not sure how to use it, you also can check out our other Keto Pancake Recipes here.
So, let’s get started!
Unlike our other keto pancake recipes, this particular recipe includes some ingredients you may have never used before. Even though you may not have heard of them, it’s these ingredients that make this recipe out of this world, so do give them a chance. Keep on reading to learn more about how they work.
The first ingredient that has a strange name is Carbquick, which is just a low carbohydrate mix for baking with. It is very similar to Bisquick, but as it contains Carbalose, it has 90% fewer net carbs. There’s also Allulose in this recipe, which is just a type of sweetener. Feel free to use another type of sweetener if you’ve found one you particularly like.
The rest of the ingredients are simple. These include an egg, baking powder, heavy cream, avocado oil and coconut oil. These ingredients may not sound like the perfect foods to use to make pancakes, but if you don’t believe us, take a look at the picture at the top of the screen. Drool-worthy right? We think so too.
Let’s move onto nutrition.
This recipe contains 350 calories, which is perfect for a light breakfast or anyone watching their weight. It also keeps keto fans happy as it contains a massive 31 grams of fat and only 3.3 grams of net carbs. Also, with 13.3 grams of protein, these pancakes are perfect for keeping you going through a weekend morning.
What makes this recipe special though, is the amount of fiber included. Because as keto dieters are always trying to up their fat, this means we often miss out on that all-important fiber, which is needed to keep our bodies healthy. But if you choose this recipe, you’ll be consuming a huge 14.5 grams of the stuff. We told you this is the best Keto Pancakes with Carbquick recipe!
So, there you have it. When the weekend finally comes around, get yourself ready for the perfect treat with this wonderful recipe for Keto Pancakes with Carbquick.
Get your pan going or griddle if that's your jam.
Mix all ingredients together except coconut oil.
Add coconut oil to pan. Drop a tiny amount of batter on to test heat and adjust.
Once the pan is at the desired temp and the batter doesn't get brown really quickly, add a quarter of the mixture per pancake to the pan. Or go big. Whatever you like. These cook up at about the same time as regular pancakes so about 1 to 2 minutes on the first side and a minute on the second. Bubble test still applies. That is, once the bubbles form and the edges look dry, flip em.
Top with whatever you like. I used ChocZero Maple Syrup and a few blueberries. Butter is delicious, of course.
The nutritional information is for all of the above, without any toppings.