This is a slight variation on the YOU WON’T BELIEVE IT’S FRENCH TOAST recipe floating around on the web. This is the particular recipe that was my inspiration: http://www.lowcarbluxury.com/recipes/recipe-bread13.html. I added some golden flax meal and we like it even better than the original recipe. These really do taste a lot like traditional French toast; just don’t look like traditional French toast. They have that little bit of crunch that the surface of French toast has! These are DELICIOUS with sugar-free maple syrup or your favorite fruit preserves! You simply cannot tell there are pork rinds in them! for those wanting a more traditional, fluffy pancake, and you’re farther along in your weight loss, try this one instead, but this one is not Induction suitable.
This recipe is Induction friendly. Another low carber on the Atkins Community Forums reported after making these: “I froze the leftovers and ate the next day toasted and they were still GREAT!!!” So you working people can double/triple the recipe and save some frozen for another day! Bear in mind, if you like a sweeter pancake, you can add a few drops of liquid sweetener to this batter, but we find the syrup on top does the trick for us. Your call on that one. 🙂
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1½ oz. pork rinds, crushed fine (about 1¼ c.)
2 T. golden flax meal
2 eggs, beaten
¼ c. cream
½ tsp. vanilla
¾ tsp. cinnamon
2 T. water
DIRECTIONS: Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and let it set for about 2-3 minutes and get thick. Making 4 “french toasts”, dip the batter onto an oiled, hot griddle, pancake style, forming into roundish “cakes” with the back of a spoon. Brown on first side and flip. When both sides nicely browned, serve with your favorite low-carb syrup (I use Cary’s) and breakfast meat.
NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 4 french toast “cakes”, each contains:
9.5 g fat
2.8 g carbs, 1.0 g fiber, 1.8 NET CARBS
10.8 g protein
278 mg sodium