Keto Pancakes!

Who would have thought of grinding up a packet of Pork Scratchin’s for the base of a good pancake! I’ve made a few different pancake recipe’s, to me, this recipe is the tastiest Pork Scratchin Pancakesso far. They’re ready in minutes and quite filling. I made them today. As I was out in the ocean just out of Dingo Beach, 4 km out just off Saddle Back Island, bobbing up and down in the tinny catching zilch lead me to daydream about something nice for my breakfast after an 18 hour fast.

I couldn’t really go past these pancakes! Not only do they taste really good, they are real quick to knock up too.

This mornings batch I included an extra egg yolk, only because when I make something that calls for just the white of the egg, I hate throwing the yolk away. 9 times out of 10 the un-used yolks will sit in the fridge for like a week then I throw them out! :0 This time, I had a loner yolk from the day before being left over from a cauliflower base pizza I made, this made my batter a wee bit thicker however, that is rather nice to have thick pancakes. I made 3 thick pancakes with this thicker batter, usually the batter makes four decent sized, thinner pancakes.


 

 

Ingredients:

 

Instructions:

  1. Put the whole bag of Pork Krackles in a blender and pulse until powdered down.
  2. Add the rest of the ingredients and combine until smooth. Only use 1 teaspoon of maple syrup in the batter – use the rest to pour over the finished pancakes.
  3. Heat up your frying pan, once hot, add a tablespoon of coconut oil.
  4. Spoon or pour about 1/4 cup of the batter into the pan. Cook for around 2 EDA02FD7-1196-414B-A9D4-C1CE69C951A1minutes on a medium heat, flip and cook a further minute or until cooked through.
  5. Remove onto a serving plate and repeat with remaining batter. Add extra coconut oil when needed.

Note: Once you have them on your plate I use the rest of the Maple Syrup to coat them in delicious, shiney, tasty stickiness. On top of the syrup I place a tablespoon of keto friendly jam or a 1/4 cup of fresh or frozen mixed berries and a big dollop of Pure thick cream! Nothing nicer!

 

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Net Carbs:   3 grams   Fat   44 grams   Protein   25g

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