Won't break your digits 3 Carb, 3 Ingredient, 3 minute Pancakes!

Cream Cheese Pancakes! 3 minutes, 3 carbs, 3 ingredients…and Dialicious!!!

I love food. Just sayin! This is one of my very favorite, easy on the blood sugar breakfast recipes. I top with Walden Farms 0 carb syrup, some whip cream (yes low carb, straight from the can!) and sometimes nuts or a few berries.
You can also add a tablespoon or so of coconut flour to the batter to fluff em up a little!

I hope you love them!

INGREDIENTS
2 oz cream cheese
2 eggs
1 tsp granulated sugar substitute (IBIH recommends)
½ tsp cinnamon

344 calories, 29g fat, 2.5g net carbs, 17g protein

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Pancakes ! I have not, had them for over a year. Now I got to make this.

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Exactly!! I had not had pancakes in years!!! They are really yummy! Let me know how they turn out! I hope they make you happy like they do me!

And with a little bacon never hurts!!

cheers,
cynthia

Love me some low carb pancakes!

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Hearts!!! Even more lovely!! Thanks for sharing!
Ohhhhh… And Bacon!:heart:

So just made some ! I love them.

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Thanks for posting the recipe, @cynthia_rogers! I can’t wait to try it! :slightly_smiling:

Any chance I could replace the granulated sweetener with either liquid stevia or sucralose (Splend)?
I find that there’s usually dextrose mixed in with most granulated sugar substitutes, which affects my BG as much as sugar does.

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Hello!
Yes! I use liquid most often instead of granulated. I have similar issues with my digits and granulated.
Let us know how they turn out! Happy pancaking!

cynthia

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I tried 'em this morning - not bad. Will take a little playing, though, to get everything just right (I may have skimped on the cream cheese!). I used a hand blender - start-to-finish was a little over 9 minutes.

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Awesome! So glad you tried them! I have played with adding a little coconut flour (maybe 1 tablespoon). Also, once you make the batter, it helps to let it sit for a minute while the pan gets hot. Great! Now I am craving some!

Let us know if you find any magical tweaks!

Cynthia

I make these all the time. I triple the recipe and snack on the extras. They are so low carb I often put 1/4 cup of berries on top of them with sugar free syrup.

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@Duck_Fiabetes That looks so good!
Did you pour the pancake batter inside a cookie cutter to get the shape? So cute!

Great to know Jeannie! I have yet to freeze them. I usually eat them too fast!!! MMMMM…and berries!!!:strawberry:

@Thas… these were my first few attempts! They came out looking like a pancreas! <img I dubbed them “pancreackaes!” src="//discourse-cloud-file-uploads.s3.dualstack.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/tudiabetes/original/3X/b/d/bd8108e9f978cceae6e5c5281e3e9ae7baeacc46.jpg" width=“627” height=“433”>

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I don’t freeze them I just put them in a baggie in the fridge. Sometimes I add a little vanilla to give them more flavor . I make them in a small crepe pan and often make them big like crepes. You could then fill them with whipped cream and berries or anything you want.

I know people have made them savory as well, filing them with meat, cheese avocado, etc. I have not tried savory ones yet!

Thanks Jeannie!

I did MayaK. I love the pancakes. I was just trying to make them a little thicker so I poured the batter into a cookie cutter. It was either hearts or candy cane. Lol.

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Here are a couple pics of my last batch:


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Woo hoo! Berries!!!

They are looking awesome! Those berries yum! Have they been easy on your blood sugars!?