Coconut flour is a wonderful keto and low-carb ingredient for baked goods and gluten-free foods. With easy keto recipes, you can make all your favorite high carb foods like pancakes keto style!
A ketogenic diet is not restrictive, there are a multitude of delicious and satisfying low-carb, gluten-free, high-fat replacements for many of the well known carb heavy foods.
There are so many yummy keto breakfast ideas to make!
Make savory low-carb coconut flour pancakes
Mince savory accents and mix them into the batter before pan frying. Savory pancakes can be used like sandwich breads and burger buns. Try things like:
- Fresh or dry rosemary, thyme, basil or oregano
- Chopped chives and minced garlic
- Minced kale or spinach
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There are many possible variations of this recipe. Pancakes can be made savory or sweet depending on your preference, dietary framework, and what you plan to serve them with.
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Make sweet low-carb coconut flour pancakes
Sweeten up a keto meal with:
- 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon, 1/2 teaspoon each of ginger, clove, and vanilla powders
- A layer of nut butter, whipped cream and a small handful of local, seasonal berries
- Shredded coconut and sugar-free maple syrup
In my experimenting, I have learned an important trick – coconut flour is a very dense material and can lead to a dry, crumbly product if this tip is not followed. When you use coconut flour be sure to add an equal volume of water (for 1/2 cup coconut flour use 1/2 cup water).
The added water will fluff up the recipe and make it more palatable.
If you’re looking for a recipe with almond flour, try Keto Coconut Pancakes.
In the mood for waffles? Try Keto Lemon Cake Chaffles. These are also made with coconut flour and absolutely delicious!
Low-Carb Coconut Flour Pancakes
- Whisk eggs in a medium mixing bowl. Add oil and water, whisk again well.
- In a separate, small bowl combine the dry ingredients.
- Add the dry mixture to the wet and stir until all is evenly incorporated.
- Place a small spoonful of cooking oil on a frying pan or skillet, wait for it to warm up. Once oil pops, add a portion of the bater. Cook until air bubbles burst, 1 to 2 minutes. Flip and cook the second side for another minute.
- Serve immediately warm or cold in a packed lunch.
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