Who doesn’t like pancakes? These keto-friendly, low-carb savory pancakes are made with almond flour and coconut flour making them gluten-free, light and fluffy, and most importantly, delicious. Have them for a low-carb breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack. Fill your keto pancakes to your heart’s content! So, are these really the best keto savory pancakes?!
- The Fluffiest Keto Savory Pancakes
- Almond Flour and Coconut Flour Combined?
- Almond Flour on a Keto Lifestyle
- Where to Buy Almond Flour in the UK?
- The cheapest places to buy almond flour online in the UK
- Coconut flour
- Where to buy coconut flour in the UK?
- Where to buy coconut flour online in the UK?
- Nutribullet v Food Processor
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The Fluffiest Keto Savory Pancakes
I love these Keto pancakes at any time of the day.
They make the perfect weekend keto breakfast or on an evening when I don’t know what I want to eat on to need a pick me up, or even as a keto-friendly dessert.
With only six ingredients, these a quick and simple to make.
Almond Flour and Coconut Flour Combined?
I have tried this recipe with just almond flour and just coconut flour, however, why decide on just one? I love combining the two of these flours, they provided the pancakes with a completely different texture.
Both almond flour and coconut flour are low in carbs making them perfect for any Keto lifestyle, so why not mix them up?!
Almond Flour on a Keto Lifestyle
The most popular and keto flour used by those following a keto/low carb lifestyle by far is almond flour. A 100g of almond flour contains 14g of fat 6g of protein and only 10g of carbs; making it a good flour substitutes for a keto lifestyle.
Almond flour is made from finely ground almonds, with their skins removed. In the UK almond flour can be found in most supermarkets. However, I have found that it can be quite expensive within the supermarkets and it can be found cheaper online especially but when bought in bulk.
You can also make your own almond flour at home which will create almond milk as a by-product of the process. I keep promising myself that I am going to try this one weekend, but I haven’t got around to it yet!
Where to Buy Almond Flour in the UK?
If you are shopping in the supermarket I have found that Aldi sell a reasonably priced almond flour. It is in the home baking section (normally near the eggs) and it is priced around £1.25 for 150 g, this is one of the cheapest I have found on the high street.
Occasionally there will be offers on in the main supermarket chains on Whitworths ground almonds. At the normal price, these are normally quite expensive, however, occasionally they will go on offer at three for £3.00, this is the perfect time to clear out the shelves and stock up your store cupboard!
The cheapest places to buy almond flour online in the UK
If you don’t have time to wait for offers in the supermarket, these Real Food Source almond flours are the best I have found on the Internet. They can be bought in 1 or 1.5kg bags and work out a lot cheaper than buying in the supermarket.
An alternative to almond flour on a keto lifestyle is coconut flour. Coconut flour has a number of health benefits including aiding digestion, heart health and even can assist in weight loss. A 100g of coconut flour contains approximately 24g of carbs, which appears to be a lot higher than that of almond flour and only 10g of carbs per 100g.
However, for every 100 g of almond flour that you would use you will only need to use around ¼ (25g) of coconut flour. This is because Coconut flour is quite dry and therefore absorbs moisture from other ingredients when baking.
This means that your baked goods stay moist and they do not dry out and end up crumbly-nobody likes a crumbly biscuit! Also, coconut flour tends to be cheaper than almond flour so, if you are doing Keto on a budget substitute in almond flour for coconut flour, where suitable, can be a good option. Thankfully, these pancakes are the perfect opportunity for coconut flour.
Where to buy coconut flour in the UK?
As with almond flour, coconut flour can be bought and in the supermarkets, however, I have found that it can be hit and miss whether they had them in.
Normally the health food stores will stock coconut flour. However, I find that coconut flour tends to be more expensive when bought in-store as opposed to online.
Where to buy coconut flour online in the UK?
As with almond flour, savings can be made by buying coconut flour in bulk online. Below is the one that I always use. It is from RealFoodSource who I regularly use and find that not only their products are some of the best on the market, had the best value, their customer service is also excellent.
Nutribullet v Food Processor
For those of you that follow my recipes, you will notice that I do tend to use my NutriBullet a lot! I use my NutriBullet for sauces, dressings, dips, smoothies, Yorkshire puddings, pancakes, to name but a few.
However, if you do not have a Nutribullet, a food processor will do the job just as well. Make sure plenty of air gets into the mixture, ensuring that your keto pancakes are wonderfully light and fluffy.
Keto Savoury PancakesCourse: Breakfast, Deserts, Lunch, SnacksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
The BEST Keto Savoury Pancakes that you will ever try!
35 grams almond flour
30 grams coconut flour
½ tablespoon apple cider vinegar (ACV)
2 tablespoon grated parmesan cheese
Salt to taste
1 teaspoon finely ground black pepper (optional)
1 teaspoon chopped thyme (optional)
Butter for brushing pan
- Take a Nutribullet. Add almond flour, coconut flour, eggs, apple cider vinegar, grated parmesan cheese, salt, black pepper, and thyme. Mix until smooth.
- Brush butter on a frying pan.
- Add 2 tablespoons pancake batter. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes. Flip and cook for an additional 3 minutes. Don’t forget to keep the frying pan on medium heat.
- Do the same with the remaining batter. Serve hot
Fancy something sweet? Why not try out these almond flour waffles?
Let me know in the comments below what your favourite toppings are for these gorgeous savour pancakes! ???