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New Low Carb Pancake Recipe

This pancake recipe tastes like the real deal.
For anyone carb cycling,or on the AD,like I am, this recipe is ideal for you and your goals.

This recipe is an all-natural version of the real thing,but if you don’t want to use stevia,you can use splenda,or both for that matter(I just think it tastes better).

1 TSP of baking powder

1/2 cup Cottage cheese(I use organic because it’s lower in carbs)

1/2 or 2 1/4 cups of Bob’s Red mill almond flour(only 3 carbs per serving)

1/4 cup melted butter

Ground cinnamon

1/2 teaspoon sea salt(optional)

1 full egg,3-4 egg whites

1 teaspoon of either stevia or splenda,or both

Blend and cook.
The batch has 8 carbs ,31-34 g protein, and 3 grams of fiber per batch(the recipe shown above makes one full batch).

For the syrup,you can use either any store-bought low carb/sugar syrup,or two all natural sugar free syrups that you can get off of the internet(ask me if you want to know about the 2 syrups).
Try it and tell me what you think.
Enjoy.

1/2 or 2 1/4 cups of Bob’s Red mill almond flour(only 3 carbs per serving)

is this a typo? that is quite a big variance. just wondering.
Josh

[quote]josh.shafer wrote:
1/2 or 2 1/4 cups of Bob’s Red mill almond flour(only 3 carbs per serving)

is this a typo? that is quite a big variance. just wondering.
Josh[/quote]

1/2 cup is the preferred serving for the recipe above.
I use 2 1/4 cups or more.

[quote]Cthulhu wrote:
josh.shafer wrote:
1/2 or 2 1/4 cups of Bob’s Red mill almond flour(only 3 carbs per serving)

is this a typo? that is quite a big variance. just wondering.
Josh

1/2 cup is the preferred serving for the recipe above.
I use 2 1/4 cups or more.[/quote]

Still seems like a big variance to me. 1/2 vs. 2 1/4, which is more than 4 times as much. Wouldn’t that make them really thick and not mix well?

any substitution for the cottage cheese? i’d prefer not to eat that nasty shit…

[quote]blitzkrg wrote:
any substitution for the cottage cheese? i’d prefer not to eat that nasty shit…
[/quote]

Cooked in stuff and you won’t even taste it.

[quote]eengrms76 wrote:
Cthulhu wrote:
josh.shafer wrote:
1/2 or 2 1/4 cups of Bob’s Red mill almond flour(only 3 carbs per serving)

is this a typo? that is quite a big variance. just wondering.
Josh

1/2 cup is the preferred serving for the recipe above.
I use 2 1/4 cups or more.

Still seems like a big variance to me. 1/2 vs. 2 1/4, which is more than 4 times as much. Wouldn’t that make them really thick and not mix well?[/quote]

LOL!
No,I use two 1/4 measuring cups,because I have a small one that only holds 1/4 of a cup.

[quote]blitzkrg wrote:
any substitution for the cottage cheese? i’d prefer not to eat that nasty shit…
[/quote]

While you won’t taste the cottage cheese in there-believe me,I spent a year perfecting this recipe-you can use plain yogurt or milk powder.
Nevertheless, I highly advocate using the cottage cheese.
Your taste buds will thank you for it.

so you mean you use “two” 1/4 cups right?

So a total of 1/2 cup right?

[quote]five-twelve wrote:
so you mean you use “two” 1/4 cups right?

So a total of 1/2 cup right?[/quote]

Correct.
I really need to go out and buy a 1/2 measuring cup.

[quote]Cthulhu wrote:
five-twelve wrote:
so you mean you use “two” 1/4 cups right?

So a total of 1/2 cup right?

Correct.
I really need to go out and buy a 1/2 measuring cup.[/quote]

is there anyway i can make this recipe if i only have a 1/8 measuring cup?

[quote]ZedLeppelin wrote:
Cthulhu wrote:
five-twelve wrote:
so you mean you use “two” 1/4 cups right?

So a total of 1/2 cup right?

Correct.
I really need to go out and buy a 1/2 measuring cup.

is there anyway i can make this recipe if i only have a 1/8 measuring cup?[/quote]

If you add it up to the desired serving size,yes.

[quote]Cthulhu wrote:
eengrms76 wrote:
Cthulhu wrote:
josh.shafer wrote:
1/2 or 2 1/4 cups of Bob’s Red mill almond flour(only 3 carbs per serving)

is this a typo? that is quite a big variance. just wondering.
Josh

1/2 cup is the preferred serving for the recipe above.
I use 2 1/4 cups or more.

Still seems like a big variance to me. 1/2 vs. 2 1/4, which is more than 4 times as much. Wouldn’t that make them really thick and not mix well?

LOL!
No,I use two 1/4 measuring cups,because I have a small one that only holds 1/4 of a cup.
[/quote]
Thanks! That makes more sense.
Josh

[quote]ZedLeppelin wrote:
Cthulhu wrote:
five-twelve wrote:
so you mean you use “two” 1/4 cups right?

So a total of 1/2 cup right?

Correct.
I really need to go out and buy a 1/2 measuring cup.

is there anyway i can make this recipe if i only have a 1/8 measuring cup?[/quote]

Nope. You’re SOL.

BTW, how are there only 3 g carbs in 1/2 cup of flour? Seems like Bob might have the typo…

[quote]T-Doff wrote:
ZedLeppelin wrote:
Cthulhu wrote:
five-twelve wrote:
so you mean you use “two” 1/4 cups right?

So a total of 1/2 cup right?

Correct.
I really need to go out and buy a 1/2 measuring cup.

is there anyway i can make this recipe if i only have a 1/8 measuring cup?

Nope. You’re SOL.

BTW, how are there only 3 g carbs in 1/2 cup of flour? Seems like Bob might have the typo…

[/quote]

N/P.
Well,it’s almond flour,which is made from almonds,so it’s already lower in carbs.
There are six grams of carbs per serving,but the 3 grams are fiber,which cannot be digested by the body, so you don’t count that.

Dude I can’t find Bob’s Red mill almond flour anywhere. I can find all of the other shit Red Mill makes except the almond. You have another brand?

NOW FOODS make a god AlmondFour and is usually less money that Bob’s Red Mill.

[quote]five-twelve wrote:
Dude I can’t find Bob’s Red mill almond flour anywhere. I can find all of the other shit Red Mill makes except the almond. You have another brand?[/quote]

You can buy Bob’s Red Mill almond flour online,or use NOW almond flour.
Hell,if you’re really desperate you could put the almonds through a food processor or a blender and you’d get almond flour-just don’t blend them to much or you’ll get almond butter.