Fluffy Pancakes: Keto, Low Carb, and Gluten Free

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Light, fluffy pancakes with amazing texture, and a fresh strawberry sauce drizzled on top.

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I am so excited to share these fluffy pancakes with you! They are absolutely amazing! Have you ever made low carb / keto pancakes that taste too appetizing, crumble when you try to flip them, deflate when they hit the plate, or just have a weird texture? Not these! You can complete these easy-to-eat, low-carb pancakes with this Homemade Strawberry Sauce, your favorite syrup for Keto!

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stack of pancakes with strawberry sauce and strawberry on top

stack of pancakes with strawberry sauce and strawberry on top

I've been experimenting with low carb pancakes for a while and finally found the perfect combination of ingredients that is most reminiscent of traditional pancakes.

glass jar of strawberry sauce with strawberries on cutting board

glass jar of strawberry sauce with strawberries on cutting board

And because these almond flour pancakes are made by adding oatmeal to the dough, the texture is so fluffy and tender that you're sure to want to add this recipe to your Keto breakfast ideas.

Ingredients needed to make low carb fluffy pancakes

How to make fluffy keto pancakes

Separate the eggs. Beat the egg whites until smooth peaks and set aside.

egg whites in a glass bowl

In another bowl, add the egg yolks, swerve, vanilla, and heavy cream. Mix with a hand mixer for about 2 minutes.

wet ingredients pancakes in glass bowl

Add the egg whites and mix briefly.

In a separate bowl, mix the almond flour, oat fiber, baking powder, and salt. Add the dry ingredients to the humidity and mix until combined. The dough should be a little loose, but not too runny. Add a little more thick cream, if necessary.

pancake dough in a glass bowl with spatula

Add a little avocado oil, coconut oil, or clarified butter / ghee to a skillet over low heat and add pancake batter to make pancakes approximately 4 "in diameter.

pancakes cooking in frying pan

Make them on the smaller side and simmer them with a lid for a few minutes on each side – this is the key!

Top with butter and this homemade strawberry sauce.

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Tips for storing leftover fluffy pancakes

This fluffy pancake recipe is so quick and easy, making a double batch and freezing it means you can have healthy pancakes on hand when you need a quick low carb breakfast.

For leftovers, cover a tray with parchment paper, place the pancakes in a single layer on the tray. Allow the pancakes to come to room temperature, before putting them in the freezer for 2 hours. Place frozen pancakes in a secure freezer container or freezer bag.

stack of pancakes with a little butter on top

If they are completely frozen, they should not stick. If you want to make sure they don't stick, put a small piece of wax paper between each frozen pancake before putting it away. Store up to two months in the freezer.

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stack of pancakes with strawberry sauce and strawberry on top

More information on oat fiber

Oat fiber is really important in this recipe! I use it in many recipes, due to the incredible texture that everything I'm baking gives! It is without a doubt the best ingredient I have baked with. The oat fiber I use is made by Lifesource Foods, because it is ground to a very fine powder and has a mild flavor. I buy it in the 16 ounce bag, which lasts a while, because you don't need to use much in your recipes.

Oat fiber is not the same as oatmeal, which is made from oatmeal grinding. Oat fiber is made from grinding the outer shells of oats and is pure insoluble fiber. Insoluble fiber does not dissolve in water and does not break down in the digestive tract, so it has zero net carbs and is Keto friendly.

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Light, fluffy pancakes with incredible texture, and fresh strawberry sauce drizzled over the top.

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PREPARATION

  • Separate the eggs. Beat the egg whites until smooth peaks and set aside.

  • In another bowl, add the egg yolks, turn, vanilla, and heavy cream. Mix with a hand mixer for about 2 minutes. Add the egg whites and mix briefly.

  • In a separate bowl, mix the almond flour, oat fiber, baking powder, and salt.

  • Add the dry ingredients to the humidity and mix until combined. The dough should be a little loose, but not too runny. Add a little more thick cream, if necessary.

  • Add a little avocado oil, coconut oil, or clarified butter / ghee to a skillet over low heat and add pancake batter to make pancakes approximately 4 "in diameter. Simmer them with a lid for a few minutes on each side, this is the key!

  • Top with butter and my (optional) homemade strawberry sauce!

Notes

Oat fiber is important in this recipe, as it provides great bread-like texture. I use Lifesource Foods Oat Fiber 500, because it is ground into a fine powder and has a very mild flavor. Oat fiber is not the same as oatmeal, which is made from oatmeal grinding. Oat fiber is made from grinding the outer shells of oats and is pure insoluble fiber. Insoluble fiber does not dissolve in water and does not break down in the digestive tract, making it low in carbohydrates and keto. Macros do not include optional strawberry sauce

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* Nutritional data is provided as a courtesy and is accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief. Feel free to verify it using the nutrition calculator of your choice. All data is based on net carbohydrates, no sugar alcohol: Swerve, Erythritol, Allulose or Monk Fruit.

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