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    Breakfast

    High-Protein Low-Carb

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    I follow the Primal Blueprint eating plan so grain/starch based carbs are a NO NO! Fats, proteins, fruits and veggies however aren't off limits. These use almond meal or almond flour instead of regular flour so they're "meatier" than regular pancakes. These smell like heaven when cooking! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Top with honey or real maple syrup. Found this recipe on Marksdailyapple.com . Mark notes, "One word of caution on this recipe: I would suggest keeping the size of these almond pancakes on the small side. Larger pancakes have a tough time sticking together."

    Recipe #344863

    2 Reviews |  By Easy T

    This is a recipe from Curbingcarbs. It is a pretty good alternative to the real thing for those of us on a low carb diet. The texture is almost perfect.

    Recipe #296195

    My kids love these muffins spread with "prune butter".

    Recipe #350951

    My mom invented this recipe a few years ago for our low carb lifestyle. It makes a nice break from eggs. We have often served these pancakes to guests not on a diet and they enjoy them too. It's a great way to get your omega-3's from flax. The recipe is very flexible, and you don't even need to measure the ingredients--just eyeball the proportions, or vary it to suit yourself after you've gotten the idea. I have used sour cream or cottage cheese instead of ricotta, and it works just as well (plain yogurt would be good, too). Cottage cheese makes a very tender, flavorful pancake, but omit the salt because cottage cheese is quite salty compared to the others.

    Recipe #448497


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