- 1 cup almond flour
- 4 whole eggs
- 1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 2 tablespoons oil (for cooking/greasing skillet)
|Calories250Calories from Fat200|
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|Calories from Fat200|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Camille 2 days ago
I did not like the taste at all
Momma Blakley 4 days ago
I added berries in mine and they were delicious
Glenda 9 days ago
Made them for my dad... he said they were pretty good... will definitely add to my meal plans for him
Sierra Chelone 9 days ago
Very tasty and easy to make. I’ll definitely make these again!
Crystal B. 16 days ago
Love em! Definitely would make them agai.
Barbar Weak a month ago
Did not like. Consistency was not great. Most likely will NOT make again.
Nataly a month ago
Altered the recipe as follows: 3/4 cup almond flour; 1/4 cup coconut flour; 1/8 cup each of almond and coconut milk; 2 eggs; 2 TBSPS Coconut Oil; 3 TBSPS Monk Fruit Sweetener; 2 tsps Baking Powder; 1 tsp Vanilla. Whisked together and thinned with water until it poured smoothly from a ladle. Melted butter in a frying pan to cook. Topped with Swerve Icing Sugar and Frozen Wild Blueberries.
Shana Pentecost 2 months ago
Good consistency I used 3 medium eggs
Ash Lohman 2 months ago
Absolutely delicious. I used two eggs instead of 4 and used coconut oil to grease the pan. Definitely worth making and I got full off just 2 pancakes! 😍
Lora Dohler 2 months ago
Turned out very well, added the cinnamon and lessened the eggs, tasted pretty good
Tara 2 months ago
I will start eating these healthy pancakes.
Chastine Martinez 2 months ago
Amazing. I really enjoy this recipe!
Hamann 3 months ago
It was pretty good. Needed to be a little sweeter I will add sweetener to it next time I make it. It was very filling.
Jen Rose 3 months ago
Perfect pancakes. Kids love them!
Lance Hayes 4 months ago
They didn’t come out fluffy, next time I would whip the egg whites first and then whisk the mixture. I would also suggest using vegan butter instead of oil.
Ola A. 4 months ago
Good recipe. I added a bit of coconut flour.
Andrew Gonzales 4 months ago
Pretty close to regular pancakes....topped them off with swerve strawberries topping
Shay 4 months ago
For some reason, mine didn't come out as fluffy as depicted in the picture.
zoddoz 5 months ago
Good. I’d recommend adding a tablespoon or two of coconut flour to tighten up the batter.
Blanca 5 months ago
They were a good substitute to pancakes, but next time I’ll try it with 2 eggs instead of 4. It had too much of an egg texture
Laurie Mullen 5 months ago
Wonderful! I don’t like eating eggs for breakfast and this was an awesome alternative for me!
Francine J. 5 months ago
the pancakes were really good, I added Blueberries to it and I enjoyed it.
Barbara Beauchamp 5 months ago
did not like it too eggy
Haskins 5 months ago
It looked and smelled good, but not quite what I expected. I didn’t like their texture or taste.
Dr. Alima 5 months ago
It turned out pretty good. I just had some difficulty adjusting the recipe for a single serving.
Rachel 5 months ago
Taste like nothing but egg, texture is so wrong
Blayne Macauley 6 months ago
So good! Will make again!
Melissa L. 6 months ago
These were amazing!! The hardest part of me sticking to the Keto diet was my love of bread! Now that I have something to fill the void it should be easy peasy! Thank you so much for these!
Ms Angela 6 months ago
It was not bad. I read the tip about the eggs in the recipe and I’m glad I did! The batter was fine with 2 eggs. My first time making pancakes with almond flour. I topped them off with whipped cream and raspberries. There is a nutty/grainy texture to them but I think they are a viable replacement for wheat flour pancakes.
Gabriella Franc 6 months ago
First, I tried this with coconut flour and four eggs and that was a fail. So, I used almond flour and only two eggs and they came out great.