Fluffy Pancakes


This is now my go to low-carb pancake recipe.  Even my picky husband says these taste like the real deal.  I might add this is my lowest CALORIE pancake recipe, for those watching caloric intake closely like I do now to get my last 20 pounds off.   These rise nicely and come out light and fluffy, hence their name.  This recipe is not suitable until you reach the grains rung of Atkins OWL Phase 2.


3 eggs, beaten

¼ c. cream

¼ c. water

¼ tsp. vanilla extract (optional)

6 drops liquid sucralose (or other liquid sweetener)

½ c. Jennifer Eloff’s Splendid Gluten-Free Bake Mix

½ c. Carbquik Bake Mix (or other low carb mix)

2 tsp. baking powder

2 tsp. oat fiber (omit for gluten free)

1 T. flax meal

DIRECTIONS:   Measure and mix well all dry ingredients in a medium bowl. Beat in eggs and other liquid ingredients.   Dip by ¼ c. scoops onto heated, oiled hot griddle or skillet.  When bubbles form on top, flip and brown second side. I get seven 3-4″ pancakes out of this batter.  Serve with your favorite sugar-free maple syrup.

NUTRITIONAL INFO:  Makes 7 pancakes, each contains:

95 cals, 7.24g fat, 9.44g carbs, 6.73g fiber, 2.71g NET CARBS, 7.74g protein, 174 mg sodium

4 thoughts on “Fluffy Pancakes

  1. sheila wright

    it has been a long time sense I posted, but I read every word you write and love all I make with your help.. We both been at this L.C. a long time, but girl… you are on the top of my list… I love my Low Carb way of LIFE.. no on or off day for this ole gal..hehe
    folks.. stay the coarse, you will have ups and downs but that if Life.. stay on track and you will never regret the Ride….
    Thank you dear lady for all you do for everyone.
    sheila in GA

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Sheila. I was just thinking about the old About forums and you the other day and wondered how you were doing. Obviously, just fine. Thanks for stopping by today! Take care!

  2. Amalie

    Made these today (the gluten free version per LCF vol 8) but used buttermilk because I had it languishing. Fantastic! You are one amazing cook. Thanks for all you do!

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