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Old Sat, Feb-14-15, 14:04
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Thanks for this recipie -- I made them today and expected the worse -- I figured I'd tear them up and they'd taste bad.

They were very easy to make (I didn't tear one) and I like them better than old fashioned high carb french toast. I used some DaVinci sugar free maple syrup and they were very good.

Dennis
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Old Thu, Feb-26-15, 15:04
Bonnie OFS Bonnie OFS is offline
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While I like this pancake recipe, it is more a crepe rather than a proper breakfast pancake. So today I mixed up the ingredients for microwave flax bread & fried it. Perfect, fluffy pancake!

1 tablespoon coconut oil
1 egg
2 tablespoons ground flax
1/2 teaspoon baking powder

I ate it with just butter, but depending on your carb allowance, you could put fruit or sugar-free syrup on it.
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Old Fri, Feb-27-15, 13:14
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yummy I will be trying these sooN!
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Old Thu, Mar-05-15, 15:26
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Default Pancakes!

Ok I cut and pasted a recipe from here a few weeks ago and now I can't find the post but I want to repost. I made them today and they were FANTASTIC!!!!! I had missed pancakes (eggs are getting old) and this hit the spot. It's not something I'll eat daily but it's a really nice change and to me they're even better than the real thing! Here's the recipe:

2 eggs
2 ounces of cream cheese (look for 0 carb or less than 1 carb option)
1 or 2 teaspoons of Stevia in the Raw (buy the big bag at Walmart)
If you want...some cinnamon

Put in blender - and blend good. I used a hand held emulsion blender - worked great!

Heat griddle and put on Pam or cooking spray (lightly).

Pour in small pancakes until you get the hang of it. Don't turn until they almost look "dry" with bubbles..you have to scoop fast with the spatula because they are thin.

You can melt butter and pour on them if you are really wanting to make yourself "feel the guilt"
Then LIGHTLY drizzle no sugar syrup... get the lowest you can find..mine I think is Hungry Jack No Sugar with 8 carbs per 1/4 cup...but don't use that much..you don't need it.

Eat with lots of sausage and bacon. I skipped this because the pancakes were just so good!

It is a mix between pancakes and french toast in flavor. But the texture is a MUCH NEEDED addition to the diet.

Thanks to whoever originally posted this!
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Old Thu, Mar-05-15, 17:27
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I also made these -- I really like them. I use Davinci pancake syrup (it has sucrolose). It is expensive but you only need a couple capfulls.
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Old Sun, Jun-28-15, 08:15
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These were DELICIOUS and so filling! Thank you to the posters here, I was getting very bored with my bacon and eggs routine every morning.

This was such a treat and still on plan! I added a couple tablespoons of almond flour to mine to bulk them up a bit. They were so filling I couldn't even eat all of them. Thanks again! Will be making these for. Hubby tomorrow who is not LCing.
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Old Mon, Jun-29-15, 09:04
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I've had these many times now

I used a scoop of vanilla flavored vegetable protein (non grain) powder that I got at a health food store and it did give more of a pancake consitancy. I use Davinci pancake syrup and lots of butter. I always eat with bacon. I also tried chocolate protein pwder but couldn't tell much of a difference.

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Old Sat, Oct-15-16, 10:55
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I am frying a batch up as I am writing this. I have been craving either pancakes or waffles
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