Low-carb blueberry pancakes

Low-carb blueberry pancakes

These low-carb blueberry pancakes are so easy to whip up that you can sit back and relax, this delicious brunch will basically take care of itself. Serve with whipped cream and enjoy with the whole family!

Low-carb blueberry pancakes

These low-carb blueberry pancakes are so easy to whip up that you can sit back and relax, this delicious brunch will basically take care of itself. Serve with whipped cream and enjoy with the whole family!
USMetric
4 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 6 6 eggeggs
  • 4 oz. 110 g cream cheese
  • 3 oz. 75 g melted butter
  • 23 cup 150 ml (75 g) almond flour
  • 23 cup 150 ml (75 g) oat fiber
  • 2 tsp 2 tsp (10 g) baking powder
  • ½ ½ lemon, the zest
  • 1 pinch 1 pinch salt (optional)
  • 3 oz. 75 g fresh blueberries

Instructions

Instructions are for 4 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. In a bowl, whisk together eggs, cream cheese and melted butter.
  2. Mix the rest of the ingredients separately, except blueberries, and then pour into the egg mixture. Combine well until you get a smooth batter. Let rest for a few minutes.
  3. Fry the pancakes over medium heat in a small nonstick pan or cast-iron pan. Use around ⅓ cup (0.75 dl) batter per pancake.
  4. Fry for a few minutes and gently add some blueberries, without pressing them down too hard. Flip and fry for a few more minutes.
  5. Serve with whipped cream or browned butter.

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34 comments

  1. lisa
    Great recipe! Oat Fibre isn't really readily available here in Australia, any alternatives that will do the same job? Maybe Psyllium Husk?
    Replies: #4, #24
  2. Christina
    Oat Fibre expensive in UK as shipped from USA. Any alternatives to this ingredient?
    Reply: #5
  3. Gab
    Is oat bran the same as oat fiber?
    Reply: #6
  4. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Great recipe! Oat Fibre isn't really readily available here in Australia, any alternatives that will do the same job? Maybe Psyllium Husk?

    Psyllium will act completely differently in baked goods. You can try using 1/2 the amount of coconut flour, but it will affect texture and carb count.

    --Kristin

  5. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Oat Fibre expensive in UK as shipped from USA. Any alternatives to this ingredient?

    You can try using 1/2 the amount of coconut flour, but it will affect texture and carb count.

    --Kristin

  6. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Is oat bran the same as oat fiber?

    Oat bran and oat fiber are completely different. Oat fiber is the pulverized outer hull, it's not part of the grain itself at all. It's 100% completely insoluble. Since it's not digested it will not affect blood sugar.

    --Kristin

  7. Margit
    Vilken produkt kan man köpa i Sverige i stället för oat fiber?
  8. Tracey
    I have made many different kinds of keto pancakes, these are by far the best. They come out thick and I really like the lemon zest.
  9. Kristin
    Tracey where did you get oat fiber?
  10. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor
    Kristin, if you are in the USA, oat fiber can be sourced from Netrition or Amazon. It's a niche product not frequently available in stores. If you are not in the USA, you may be able to get it from iHerb.
  11. George
    What about cassava flour? One of my children has a severe nut allergy.
    Reply: #12
  12. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    What about cassava flour? One of my children has a severe nut allergy.

    Cassava flour is extremely high carb. For baking some people see good results using sesame seed flour in place of almond flour. A 1:1 ratio should work!

    --Kristin

  13. Tracey
    Kristin Parker-I got this from amazon- Lifesource Foods Oat Fiber 500 - 16 oz
    Reply: #14
  14. Robin
    Tracey, Netrition sells it for $3.99 a lb vs Amazon price of $13.43 a lb. Even with shipping, it ends up being about $3 less from Netrition. :)
  15. Diane
    The oat fiber, shoult it be in powder?
    Reply: #16
  16. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    The oat fiber, shoult it be in powder?

    Yes, oat fiber is a very fine powder.

  17. Gail
    Love these pancakes, will definitely be a favourite. I didn’t have oat bran substituted 2 tbls of psyllium husk and they turned out great and fluffy. Many thanks for the recipe.
  18. Kimberly
    I made these this morning for my kids. I used 1/3 c of coconut flower instead of the oat fiber and they turned out great. They taste a little bit like cream puffs. My 8 year old loved them and even said "Mom, thanks for making me have wonderful childhood memories! I love these pancakes!" :D
  19. Trudy
    These are delicious but how are the measurements being translated? I usually go by Gramm but 75g of oat fiber was way to much and a lot more than 3/4 cup. Ended up winging it and adding lots of cream.
  20. simone
    These were great, I also substituted 2tlb psyllium for oat fibre. Whipped egg whites.
  21. Jim
    the batter I made came out very thick and does not pour like regular pancake batter. Am I missing a liquid ingredient that is meant to soften the ingredients
  22. Annette
    Tried these but felt they had far too many eggs for 4 servings & smelt egg & left an eggy aftertaste.
  23. Gillian
    We tried these and I think the oat fiber ruined them. They were terrible. Will keep looking for another pancake recipe. :(
  24. Nancy
    I used 1/2 cup of psyllium husk in place of the oat fibre. They turned out amazing!!
  25. Carly
    Made these without oat fibre and slightly less egg and they turned out yummy. Thank you.
  26. Wedad
    Terrible pancakes, taste like eggs!!
  27. Paul Crompton
    I made these without any Oat fiber I just used 1 cup of Almond flour and cooked them on low heat and they came out great.
  28. Samantha
    These are the best low carb pancakes I've made! The texture is fantastic. I skipped the blueberries and lemon zest and added 1/3 cup erythritol and 1 tsp vanilla extract. Delicious!
  29. Cheryl
    Made these this morning and they were delicious. In Canada I picked up Oat Fibre at Winners
  30. Luke Gallagher
    Couldn’t find oat fibre in shops in Australia so I used oat bran. They were the worst pancakes I’ve ever made; way too salty (and I didn’t add any salt). Would be beneficial for The Diet Doctor to provide alternative ingredients for those that don’t reside in the US.
    Reply: #31
  31. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Couldn’t find oat fibre in shops in Australia so I used oat bran. They were the worst pancakes I’ve ever made; way too salty (and I didn’t add any salt). Would be beneficial for The Diet Doctor to provide alternative ingredients for those that don’t reside in the US.

    Unfortunately there is not a good substitute for oat fiber. You may prefer one of our other pancake recipes.
    https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/recipes/pancakes

  32. Kim
    Okay I’ve made Keto pancakes with cream cheese using almond flour . The recipe is from Keto in Pearls best I’ve ever had , even my non Keto visitors loved them ! Kim
  33. Kim
    Sorry I meant there’s no cream cheese !,,
  34. Kasia Walkuska
    The measurements are wrong on the App, used 75ml of almond flour and 75ml of psylium husk. The batter was more like cookie dough so added about 200ml of water. I’m suprised they actually turned out right.

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