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LCHF Almond Pancakes

SERVES 2

Prep Time
2 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes

Ingredients

2 eggs

50g almonds

1 tsp xylitol (optional) or sweetener of choice

1tsp vanilla essence

1 tsp baking powder

120g cream cheese (break into chunks)

These pancakes are a delicious LCHF version of your old favourite.. make sure you cook them slowly on a low heat for best results.

Makes 8

Instructions

  1. Mill almonds 20 seconds / speed 10 / mc on
  2. Add remaining ingredients and mix 30 seconds / speed 4 / mc on
  3. Allow mixture to rest 20 minutes to thicken
  4. In a medium hot pan, add 20g of unsalted butter
  5. Pour in pancake mixture to the size you desire and after approx. 1 minute flip and cook a further 30 seconds.
  6. Add more butter and repeat until mixture is finished.
    Serve with butter, cinnamon butter, vanilla mascarpone or double cream and fresh berries.

Traditional method conversion

  1. Use almond meal instead of whole almonds
  2. Place all ingredients into a blender/food processor or bowl using a hand mixer, and blend until smooth
  3. Allow mixture to rest 20 minutes to thicken
  4. In a medium hot pan, add 20g of unsalted butter
  5. Pour in pancake mixture to the size you desire and after approx. 1 minute flip and cook a further 30 seconds.
  6. Add more butter and repeat until mixture is finished.
    Serve with butter, cinnamon butter, vanilla mascarpone or double cream and fresh berries.

13 comments on “LCHF Almond Pancakes

Rachel Redford says:

Delicious! Thank you

Jess says:

WOW!!!!! Served with few blueberries double cream and sugar free maple syrup as a treat…. cannot wait to make these again

Renee says:

Could you just use Almond Meal rather than blitzing almonds?

ThermoFoodie says:

Yes just skip the blitz almond step and replace with same quantity almond meal 🙂

Lynette Baldwin says:

Hi can you tell me what mc is in the recipe please new to this way of eating

Michelle Kays says:

mc is your thermo mix measuring cup

Pali says:

Do you by chance know the macros or calories per serving please?

Thermo Foodie and The Chef says:

Nutritional information now added to the recipe 🙂

flo says:

Hi! Are these pancakes freezer friendly?

Thermo Foodie and The Chef says:

Yes you can freeze them 🙂

Annette says:

I have been a huge fan of the IBIH cream cheese pancakes since I started LCHF but I can honestly say that I am now converted! These are tasty and fluffy and so much easier to make than I thought they’d be! 5 stars hands down 😍😍

Belinda says:

When replacing 50 almonds with almond meal, what measurement of almond meal should be used. Eg 20g or 50g etc. Thanks

Thermo Foodie and The Chef says:

The same measurement in grams 🙂 so 50 grams almonds = 50 grams almond meal

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