Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

Another treat for those of us on low carb, diabetic diets. These pancakes are delicious and suitable for the whole family. Note the nutritional information for this recipe; high in calcium, protein and magnesium!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine dry ingredients in medium bowl.
  2. In another bowl, beat together the eggs, cream and vanilla, then pouring it into the bowl of dry ingredients.
  3. Stir well and let sit for 3 minutes until it begins to bubble and thicken slightly. Using about 1/8 cup, spoon batter onto a hot, buttered griddle and let cook until some bubbles appear on the surface of the pancake. Carefully turn and cook the other side for just a minute.
  4. Serve with your favorite syrup.


Most Helpful

I just love these pancakes sooo yummy, I used just two eggs and full fat milk to make mine and they were so good, at first I thought that they were a bit runny but they turned out just fine. My protein powder is vanilla flavour, and I served them with yogurt and mixed berry compote. I am a bit ashamed to say I ate more than I should of but they were so good. this is going to be a regular dish for me. I was thinking I might try it in my waffle machine that would be great. Thank you for posting. Made for the diabetic forum. May 2011

Tea Jenny May 08, 2011

These turned out light and fluffy, and had a great taste and texture. I served with warm sugar-free cinnamon syrup. They are a bit high in fat, so may try them with egg substitute, and fat-free half and half next time. Great way to get some flax seed, though! Made for Diabetes Awareness Month Tag.

Outta Here November 05, 2008

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