Low Carb "Pancakes"

Low Carb "Pancakes" created by ExtraGrassFedButter

This sounds a little strange, but it makes the BEST low carb pancakes I've ever eaten! If you're doing Atkins or South Beach these will become a regular on your breakfast menu....

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  • Crush pork rinds (I used my food processor) and set aside.
  • Beat eggs and then fold in cream, Splenda, cinnamon, and vanilla flavoring.
  • Add crushed pork rinds and let the mixture sit for 5 minutes.
  • Meanwhile heat skillet with butter or oil and then fry mixture pancake style.
  • Serve with low carb pancake syrup.
  • Only 6 net carbs for the entire batch!
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"This sounds a little strange, but it makes the BEST low carb pancakes I've ever eaten! If you're doing Atkins or South Beach these will become a regular on your breakfast menu...."

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  1. ExtraGrassFedButter
    These are the best pancakes ever! Even better than regular pancakes. They taste sorta like french toast pancakes. I use erythritol and stevia instead of the splenda and I also add some vanilla and baking powder. Make sure you use the puffy pork RINDS, not CRACKLINGS, which taste porky. Regular pork rinds do not taste like pork; they have a very neutral flavor and are perfect for this recipe. If you make the recipe right, everyone will love them and would never know they weren't regular pancakes.
  2. ExtraGrassFedButter
    These are the best pancakes ever! Even better than regular pancakes. They taste sorta like french toast pancakes. I use erythritol and stevia instead of the splenda and I also add some vanilla and baking powder. Make sure you use the puffy pork RINDS, not CRACKLINGS, which taste porky. Regular pork rinds do not taste like pork; they have a very neutral flavor and are perfect for this recipe. If you make the recipe right, everyone will love them and would never know they weren't regular pancakes.
  3. ExtraGrassFedButter
    Low Carb "Pancakes" Created by ExtraGrassFedButter
  4. Queen Roachie
    Ok, and I agree with others that the consistency is more French toast than waffle or pancake. I did these in the waffle iron and got two huge waffles that puffed up beautifully. One filled me up, so I can't imagine one person eating the whole batch. That being said, I'm not sure this is almost 800 calories like a previous reviewer stated. You'd have to use a whole 5 oz bag to get your cup of crumbs, and I used less than a half. Half a 5 oz bag is about 400 calories. I'd have to guess that my one waffle was around 200 calories, which is on par with a regular serving of toaster waffles. I don't think this is going to replace the normal recipe I use that's lower fat, but it was a tasty enough experiment. I did use half a cup of egg whites, agave in the mix, and I subbed plain soy milk for the cream, since lactose spikes my blood sugar so bad. I also topped this with agave that I flavored with maple and butter extracts to taste more like breakfast syrup. My blood sugar stayed nice and level with this, so thanks for sharing!
  5. Queen Roachie
    Ok, and I agree with others that the consistency is more French toast than waffle or pancake. I did these in the waffle iron and got two huge waffles that puffed up beautifully. One filled me up, so I can't imagine one person eating the whole batch. That being said, I'm not sure this is almost 800 calories like a previous reviewer stated. You'd have to use a whole 5 oz bag to get your cup of crumbs, and I used less than a half. Half a 5 oz bag is about 400 calories. I'd have to guess that my one waffle was around 200 calories, which is on par with a regular serving of toaster waffles. I don't think this is going to replace the normal recipe I use that's lower fat, but it was a tasty enough experiment. I did use half a cup of egg whites, agave in the mix, and I subbed plain soy milk for the cream, since lactose spikes my blood sugar so bad. I also topped this with agave that I flavored with maple and butter extracts to taste more like breakfast syrup. My blood sugar stayed nice and level with this, so thanks for sharing!
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