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LOW CARB VANILLA CARAMEL PANCAKES
These healthy #keto pancakes are chewy + fluffy plus they need just a few ingredients! No grains and no sugar needed, they are quick and easy to make! They are also roughly 4 grams net carbs per serving excluding the toppings of course.
1 Cup almond flour
1 Serving of Nuzest Smooth Vanilla Clean Lean Protein
1 Serving of Nuzest Vanilla Caramel Kids Good Stuff
3 Large eggs
1 Tsp coconut oil
1/4 Cup nut milk
1 Tsp vanilla extract
1/2 Tsp cinnamon
1 Tsp gluten-free baking powder
Recipe by Charissa & Co.
If you love pancakes and like easy healthy recipes, then this is for YOU! These healthy #keto pancakes are chewy + fluffy plus they need just a few ingredients! No grains and no sugar needed, they are quick and easy to make! They are also roughly 4 grams net carbs per serving excluding the toppings of course.
#sugarfree syrup made from Monk Fruit is my go to, why? Purely because Monk fruit does not spike blood sugar levels, it is vegan + Keto friendly plus it is full of antioxidants. This sweetener alternative is also anti-inflammatory and it is metabolised completely different to most sugars/sweetness. BONUS it has no artificial taste either.
Add all the ingredients to your blender, blend until a smooth runny consistency is achieved.
Using a non stick pan allow it to heat up first over a medium heat.
Once hot, pour 1/4 cup spoonfuls of the batter onto the pan and immediately cover it. Cook the pancakes for 3-4 minutes, or until the edges begin to bubble.
Once done, remove the lid and carefully flip the pancakes, and cook for a further 1-2 minutes, covered. Ensure the batter has been cooked.
For the toppings: add between the layers, peanut butter, monk fruit syrup @lakanto, a few teaspoons of coconut yoghurt and of course a sprinkle of added texture and crunch @cocobynuco
**Notes: Vegan version, use egg replacer from @lovepbco
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