Quick Low Carb Blender Pancakes for Any Day of the Week!
Every now and then we get a craving for pancakes. Who can resist their light delicate texture paired with butter and syrup? We give in to our cravings pretty frequently since whipping up a batch of low carb pancakes is always fun and rewarding. Though we have to admit, while our Best Pancake recipe is the best one we’ve ever tried, it does take a bit longer to prepare! It’s perfect for Sunday mornings when you’ve got all the time in the world, but some days, you might want something simpler.
This is the easy pancakes recipe for you!
We adapted this recipe from Melissa at IBreatheImHungry and added some salt (we love salty foods!) and protein powder. We like the texture the protein powder gives these pancakes. It gives them more volume, helps them rise and adds more macronutrients! Isopure makes a great low carb protein powder (their vanilla flavor is 0 carb, actually) but you can use any low carb protein powder. If you’ve got casein, instead of whey protein, that may actually work better for these quick pancakes as it’s much thicker and better for baking.
We try to eat 1 gram of protein per pound of lean body weight and we calculated that using our Keto Calculator – how much protein should you be eating?
And of course, we topped off our easy blender pancakes with a nice chunk of butter and a generous drizzle of Walden Farms Pancake Syrup.
Here’s our simple recipe for pancakes!
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