10 Keto Pancakes Recipes to Make Breakfast Fun Again
If you’re new to keto, you may have thought that pancakes, which normally feature heavy use of sugar and gluten, were off the table. Think again. This keto pancakes roundup features low-carb flapjacks of all kinds – from basic keto almond flour pancakes to sublime keto chocolate pancakes topped with blueberry butter.
And while keto pancakes are a-ok to enjoy, what about toppings? To keep carbs in check, forgo the maple syrup (since 1 tablespoon equals 14 carbs) and try toppings like grass-fed butter, sugar-free coconut butter, or keto strawberry jam instead.
No matter how you stack them, these keto pancakes recipes will help you find the fun in breakfast again!
Basic keto pancakes recipes
This keto pancake recipe features a slightly sweet stack that will remind you of the traditional pancakes you ate as a kid. By combining almond and coconut flours, the pancakes are fluffy as can be while staying low-carb. They are also paleo and gluten-free. To stay Bulletproof, use coconut milk instead of almond milk.
Searching for a way to magically make a high-protein breakfast out of one that’s typically high-carb? This keto pancake recipe is for you. Mix collagen protein powder with three other ingredients for dense and filling pancakes. Opt for coconut milk instead of almond milk to stay Bulletproof.
Paleo and keto pancakes collide in this clean-eating recipe that requires no coconut flour. With a light cinnamon flavor and only 4 net carbs per serving, these low-carb pancakes are the perfect canvas for a generous dollop of butter.
Spiced and fruity keto pancakes
Here’s a fluffy, melt-in-your-mouth keto pancake recipe for coconut lovers. You’ll use coconut flour, coconut milk, and coconut oil. Serve with melted butter or fresh berries like strawberries or blueberries, and you’re in the business of being Bulletproof and enjoying breakfast too.
Thick, fluffy, and pillow-like, this keto pancake recipe is somewhere between a typical pancake and a cinnamon roll. It also happens to be low-carb, paleo, and sugar-free. For the sticky cinnamon roll glaze, use coconut milk to be Bulletproof.
These flapjacks are naturally sweetened with blueberries, so you can go easy on alternative sweeteners. Fluffy yet dense with only 7 net carbs, you can remain completely Bulletproof by opting for coconut milk instead of almond milk.
Chocolate keto pancakes recipes
Dense, moist, and cake-like, a stack of these chocolate cake pancakes will taste more like dessert than breakfast. All the same, they are low-carb – only 4 net carbs per serving – so a green light on the keto diet. Skip the optional cream of tartar to be Bulletproof.
Either your kids or the kid in you will adore these keto chocolate chip pancakes. Sweetened with sugar-free chocolate chips, plus hints of vanilla and cinnamon, these pancakes are loaded with flavor. Go with coconut milk and a granulated sweetener like birch xylitol to be Bulletproof.
Vegan and gluten-free keto pancakes
This keto pancake recipe boasts a smooth texture and rich taste of pumpkin. Use the freshest ginger, allspice, and cloves you can get your hands on for maximum flavor and best nutrition. For the Bulletproof seal of approval, aim for coconut milk rather than almond milk.
This keto pancake recipe features scrumptious, sweet flapjacks colored green from fresh avocados. Avocados also add moistness and high-quality fats to your stack. Use non-dairy coconut milk, almond flour instead of oat flour, and raw honey instead of maple syrup to keep it Bulletproof.
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