Looking for the BEST keto pancake recipe? Well I’ve got one and it happens to be nut free – no almonds or coconuts!
I think this is my favourite pancake recipe I’ve tried – and I’ve made a few (see my coconut pancakes). These ones taste like wheat pancakes and are so thick and fluffy.
If you’re wondering how these are nut free – I used oat fibre as the ‘flour’. This is one of the first times using it outside of a bread recipe and I have to say I am impressed. It works really well and has the consistency of wheat flour without the wheat or the carbs.
If you’re wondering what oat fibre is – it is basically the fibre taken from the oat hull. Its entirely fibre which means the net carbs are incredibly low!
Be wary though – if you have a gluten intolerance or celiac – double check to make sure it is gluten free. While my package from Lifesource does say it is gluten free – it is also packaged in a plant that has wheat, milk, and soy.
Other than that – this oat fibre pancakes recipe is so easy to make. Just mix together all the ingredients and cook! I cooked mine on low to avoid burning. I also recommend covering the pan with a lid so it will cook evenly.
If you like this recipe, make sure to check out my keto pancakes with coconut flour!
The BEST Keto Pancakes || Nut Free
The BEST Keto Pancakes! This fluffy dessert contains no nuts and is entirely gluten and sugar free. Only 1 net carb per pancake.
- 1/3 cup (40g) oat fibre
- 1/2 tsp xanthan gum
- 1/2 tsp baking powder
- 3 eggs
- 1 tbsp whey isolate (optional)
- 1 tbsp sugar substitute
- 4 tbsp heavy cream (or half'n'half / single cream)
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1/4 cup (65g) greek yogurt
- sugar free chocolate chips (optional but delish!)
- Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl.
- Take a heaping tablespoon and place it onto a non-stick pan over low heat.
- Cover and cook until the sides of the pancake begin to rise. Approx 2-3 minutes.
- Flip and cover again for another 2-3 minutes.
- Remove pancake from heat and continue to cook the rest of the batter.
This makes approximately 5 pancakes (depending on the size)
Nutritional Information per pancake (with chocolate chips):
- CALS: 110
- FAT: 7.2
- CARBS: 4.9
- FIBRE: 3.8
- NET CARBS: 1.1
- PROTEIN: 5.9
Omg, these pancakes are soooo good! I had to substitute the greek yogurt and heavy cream with sour cream and yogurt respectively.
These tastes like good old fashioned pancakes. Thanks for making this recipe!
Hi, may I ask what brand oat fiber you use? I heard the Anthony’s brand oat fiber taste like cardboard..
I bought it off of the Low Carb Grocery store in Canada
In your directions you say 1 tbsp, I think you meant 1/4 cup? I did get 5 pancakes from my mix. I used my Dash pancake maker. It’s longer, but I do not need to worry about how fragile keto pancakes are when flipping.
I made these tonight – I really like them but wish they were a little thicker. I followed the recipe ( no whey) any way to make just a little thicker?
These tasted really good! But my batter was runny, not thick like in the video, and my pancakes turned out rather flat, not thick, but still soft. I used sour cream instead of Greek yogurt cos that’s all I had, hand whisked everything together.
oh thats so weird! hmm sometimes if you let the batter sit for a bit it will thicken up, but if not, maybe add another couple tsp of the flour until its the same consistency