Keto pancakes with whipped cream

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  1. Linda
    These pancakes are delicious. I use ricotta which is slightly smoother. And get a great result.
  2. Klara
    I would appreciate if the recipe in the video came in grams as well - so that if I watch the recipe, I do not have to open the written recipe and click conversion. Just detail, but still:-). Thank you.
    Reply: #23
  3. Laura
    Do you think ground Chia seed would work instead of physium husk? I don't tollerate physium. Thanks.
  4. Jenn B
    I made these and while they tasted really good, they stuck to my pan like crazy!!! Any suggestions?
    Replies: #5, #10
  5. Anongrl
    Jenn, did you try more coconut oil on the pan?
  6. Linda
    What type of pan is this? I would like to try the receipe.
  7. antonia
    I wonder if ground flaxseed could work as a substitute for psyllium husks??
    thanks for the recipe. I am going to try it
  8. Margaret
    Made these today. They were a little too thin so I added 1 tbs sylium. Also 1 tsp vanilla and dropper full of liquid stevia. I also used blender to break up cottage cheese. They came out excellent. Best pancakes yet!
  9. Lorraine
    The recipe states that there are 5 carbs in 1 pancake and the demo shows 4 carbs with 2 pancakes....I'm confused????????????????
  10. Michelle
    I found that a little extra coconut oil helped immensely in my ceramic skillet and didn't affect the flavor. Also, I had to cook them on very low rather than medium heat, otherwise the cottage cheese bits burned & turned into black spots all over the pancake. Low heat helped a lot so they didn't stick on the pan.
  11. Genny Louise
    Oh man !!!! I just made these and they are yummy! I had mine with strawbs and the cream. Divine. I might have gone back for seconds. And I might have done the croque Monsieur version that was really yummy too..........and I might have needed to give the Croque Madame a whirl too. ( Well....I've been fasting all day and I was a bit peckish!) Fabulous recipe thankyou. You guys make doing keto easy.
  12. Kaye
    Made these today, first time.....delicious and very easy.....made 4 servings of 3 small pancakes each
  13. Lorena
    I can not find in my country ground psyllium husk powder, can I substitute it for anything else?. thank you.
    Replies: #14, #15
  14. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Lorena!

    It can be complicated to use alternatives. can you buy ground psyllium husk powder at Amazon?

    I can not find in my country ground psyllium husk powder, can I substitute it for anything else?. thank you.

  15. Anne
    Hi Lorena -- In some countries it is called ispaghula husk and often found in pharmacies as a laxative. It is also known as fybogel in the UK. Many health food stores have it as a natural fibre/laxative by the name of either psyllum husk or ispaghula.
    Reply: #16
  16. Sergio
    Hi Anne, indeed you can find it in pharmacies under the brand-name Metamucil.
    But watch out because it contains aspartame !
  17. Anne Mullens
    I think you can also find original Metamucil without aspartame, too. (At least in Canada.) But in that packaging it is more expensive than in bulk food stores, where it is also very common now (again, at least in Canada:) ).
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  19. Denise
    Hi Anne, I am in Vancouver, Canada. Is the original Metamucil the ground psyllium powder referred to in this recipe? Also, I ordered the NOW brand psyllium husk POWDER from Amazon and it turns my baked goods a greyish purple colour. I always use non-aluminum baking powder or soda, if required, in all baked goods.
    Reply: #31
  20. Karen
    These aren’t bad. They’re a bit eggier than I’d like. The texture reminds me of a crepe. I’m going to try adding in some almond flour next time, and a little pinch of salt.
  21. Mauritius
    Very nice video and photos, but as commented before, tasted a little to much eggy. And I worry about the fat/protein proportion, isn´t the pancake like 50/50?
  22. Cathy
    Can you use ricotta instead of cottage cheese? I am not a fan of it.
  23. Una
    Yes, same here. Too much fiddling around with measurements on this site, even in the written recipes. Seems to be geared for the American market, followed by Europeans and us Brita having to translate from US to metric all tge time as the latter is a mixture of both ways. We weigh and measure everything in Britain. Very hard out how much actual butter is 3tbsp as a tbsp is different in every country! Don't want my food swimming in unnecessary butter and drink fat!!! 😂😆😁
  24. BB
    Delicious! I modified with comments from others. Using the blender with the batter definitely helped the consistency. I doubled the psyllium powder and added cinnamon. I added lemon zest to the whipped cream and chilled overnight.
  25. Ms Arora
    #journeysays Hi! I was tired eating only veggies on KETO dieting. This seems a good change for me ! Going to try today.
    Ms Arora
  26. keji owonikoko
    hi did you try it and did it work.
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  28. Gentiann
    Serving size in number of pancakes depends of how many you can make with one recipe: if you make 8 pancakes, then the serving size is 2 pancakes.
  29. Pamela
    OMG -- delicious! One thing to watch out for is sprinkling the phyllium husk powder over the batter. I dumped mine in and half of it just stuck to the spatula in a clump. I made a "syrup" of blueberries, a squeeze of an orange half, and a tablespoon of erythritol sweetener, boiled together for a few minutes on the stovetop. Wowza!
  30. Lorie Munger
    I substituted flaxseed, and was really surprised at how good these were. I went to the extra trouble to whip the egg whites, then folded them in. I wont do that again, it made the batter too light and really difficult to turn the pancakes. It was much easier to turn them the next day when the batter had settled. YUM
  31. Robin
    Try using different types of psyllium husks. My first attempts were all purple too but I use an organic type now and although slightly more expensive it doesn’t turn your rolls purple....
  32. Robin
    Planete au natural is the make I use.
  33. Anna
    But what about the blueberries or strawberries.. I thought you should mixed it up along with the other ingredients??
    Reply: #34
  34. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    But what about the blueberries or strawberries.. I thought you should mixed it up along with the other ingredients??

    The picture shows them served up on the side.

  35. Arfa tayyab
    Hello Can we use mozzarella or cheddar instead of cottage cheese
    Reply: #36
  36. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Hello Can we use mozzarella or cheddar instead of cottage cheese

    Unfortunately not, they would react very differently in this recipe.

  37. Cassie
    Could I use Xanthum Gum instead of psyllium?
    Reply: #38
  38. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Could I use Xanthum Gum instead of psyllium?

    Unfortunately there is not a good sub for psyllium in this recipe.

  39. Carolina
    My turned out too saggy and eggy almost like an omelette. Also I used flaxseed the instead of psyllium

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