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Fluffy, quick, and delicious KETO Low Carb Pancakes recipe! These pancakes will more than satisfy your appetite and only have around 15 grams of net carbs!

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Here is the recipe:
2 Large Eggs
4 Ounces (120g) Reduced Fat Cream Cheese
1 Scoop (30g) The Protein Chef’s Baking Protein Powder
2 Tablespoons (30g) Coconut Flour
1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1/2 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon
1 1/2 Teaspoons Baking Powder
*Optional Preserves (Your Choice Flavor)

Calories in the WHOLE recipe (makes 2 servings):
Calories: 555
Fat: 35g
Saturated Fat: 20g
Sodium: 410mg
Carbs: 20g Net Carbs = 15g
Fiber: 5g
Sugar: 5g
Protein: 42g

How to make:
1. Add all of your ingredients into a bowl or blender and mix them together
2. Take out a stove top pan or griddle, turn your burner on Medium Heat, and let it heat up
3. Once it heats up pour in your mix, making your pancakes however big you want them
4. Cook each side for around 2-3 minutes depending on how big you make your pancakes

Tip: Use MORE coconut flour for thicker pancakes and LESS for thinner!

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  1. Might be a really impossible suggestion, but is there a way to make a good tasting low-carb cereal? (Even though Cereal is essentially all carbs?) Maybe like 20g or less per normal serving?

  2. Leaving a comment before watching video. Just want to says thanks for making a keto recipe. Hope this isn't the last one as the ketogenic diet as gained a lot of attention as of late. Thanks!!

  3. 15g net carbs would be way too much on my keto diet. I only get to eat about 25-30g/day total to stay around the 5% carb level that most keto diets suggest.

    However, if you sub in almond flour for the coconut flour (which is how I always make them), then this works just as well but with higher fat and lower carbs (both pluses for keto). That gets it closer to like 5g net carb/serving, which for me is far more palatable.

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