Total Time
Prep 2 mins
Cook 4 mins

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 . 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."

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix it all together until a batter forms. For kicks, add some blueberries or bananas to the batter if desired.
  2. Pour the batter onto a buttered or greased skillet.
  3. Cook over medium heat until both sides are golden brown.
  4. Drizzle raw honey or just eat it plain.
Most Helpful

I used 4 egg whites instead of whole eggs to save on cholesterol. I was surprised at how fluffy they were without any baking powder to make them rise.These are great but they stuck to my greased skillet very badly but I had it on medium high instead of medium heat. Also you are saving in carbs but if you put maple syrup on top you are gaining carbs. 53 g carbs in 1/4 cup of maple syrup. You have to put something on these because they are so very dry. So look up maple pancake syrup (low-carb) by beach girl on and there is a recipe that is easy and only 1.7 g per 1/4 cup.

Beth A. November 08, 2014

I made these this morning. They taste good, but they are very heavy and the recipe really needs pinch of salt. I guess if I can't eat real pancakes, these will do once in a while...

kohlweiler March 06, 2013