AuthorGB Hernandez
RatingDifficultyIntermediate

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Yields8 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time5 minsTotal Time15 mins
Pancake
  cup almond flour
 ¼ cup coconut milk
 3 egg whites
 1 egg
 ½ tsp baking powder
 1 tsp stevia extract
Frosting
 3 tbsp ghee or butter
 1 tbsp cream cheese
 2 tbsp powdered stevia or confectioner swerve
 1 tbsp cinnamon
Instructions
1

For frosting:

Melt the ghee or butter in the microwave.

2

Melt the cream cheese in the microwave, just enough that you can mix it easily with the ghee or butter, and combine.

3

Add the powdered Stevia and stir well with a spatula, until there are no clumps. Add cinnamon (you may add more or less, depending on your taste).

4

Once you have achieved a creamy consistency, add mixture to a piping bag and set aside.

5

Mix all pancake ingredients in the blender or with an electric mixer (pancakes will be fluffier if mix with the electric mixer)

6

With a scoop, pour batter on a heated and oiled griddle or frying pan over medium-high heat. Once pancakes are almost ready to be turned (about 2 minutes), add the cinnamon roll frosting, drizzling in a circular motion. Leave for another 30 seconds, then flip pancakes and leave them for about 20 seconds, then remove from griddle.

7

Once pancakes are done, stack them on a plate and add the sugar-free vanilla syrup or frosting of your choice. (Check our vanilla frosting in the cinnamon rolls recipe here https://ketogenic.com/recipes/keto-cinnamon-rolls/ )

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Ingredients

Pancake
  cup almond flour
 ¼ cup coconut milk
 3 egg whites
 1 egg
 ½ tsp baking powder
 1 tsp stevia extract
Frosting
 3 tbsp ghee or butter
 1 tbsp cream cheese
 2 tbsp powdered stevia or confectioner swerve
 1 tbsp cinnamon

Directions

Instructions
1

For frosting:

Melt the ghee or butter in the microwave.

2

Melt the cream cheese in the microwave, just enough that you can mix it easily with the ghee or butter, and combine.

3

Add the powdered Stevia and stir well with a spatula, until there are no clumps. Add cinnamon (you may add more or less, depending on your taste).

4

Once you have achieved a creamy consistency, add mixture to a piping bag and set aside.

5

Mix all pancake ingredients in the blender or with an electric mixer (pancakes will be fluffier if mix with the electric mixer)

6

With a scoop, pour batter on a heated and oiled griddle or frying pan over medium-high heat. Once pancakes are almost ready to be turned (about 2 minutes), add the cinnamon roll frosting, drizzling in a circular motion. Leave for another 30 seconds, then flip pancakes and leave them for about 20 seconds, then remove from griddle.

7

Once pancakes are done, stack them on a plate and add the sugar-free vanilla syrup or frosting of your choice. (Check our vanilla frosting in the cinnamon rolls recipe here https://ketogenic.com/recipes/keto-cinnamon-rolls/ )

Keto Cinnamon Roll Pancakes

Comment

  1. Theresa Fister (whisper645) says:

    I’m a bit confused. It says to put the cinnamon roll frosting on and then flip the pancake and cook the other side (step 6). Won’t the frosting just melt off or stick to the griddle? The picture shows all this yummy frosting on top of the finished pancake. It also says to add the vanilla syrup when done (step 7) but there is no mention of vanilla syrup in the recipe. Would you please clarify for me. Thanks in advance.
    Peace & Blessings,
    Theresa

    1. Dionne Smith says:

      About the pancakes, yes, you have to flip it and leave it on that side for 10-15 seconds, frostings melts a little but it doesn’t stick to the griddle.
      About the vanilla syrup, please check the regular cinnamon rolls, we used that vanilla syrup (recipe has that on the instructions along with a link that should take them there)

  2. Alison Empey says:

    Hi. Are you sure about the 1 tsp and 2 Tbsp of stevia? A tiny pinch is all you would use in a mug of tea. Stevia is very sweet. Are you thinking the sugar replacements that have other ingredients in them, like Swerve?

    1. GB Hernandez says:

      Hi Alison,

      The amount of stevia depends on the kind of stevia you are using. If you are using stevia extract you’ll need just a little bit, but there are brands that have stevia for baking or granulated stevia which if you are using those you need more, and yes, most of the times those have other ingredients in the mix as erythritol.

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