We are breakfast enthusiasts! We have shared pancake recipes in the past. Last time it was for Pancake Tuesday. Now, we’re doing it for the relatively new holiday, National Flapjack Day. This holiday was founded in 2020, as the pandemic was becoming big news. It didn’t get much attention at the time.
As pancake lovers, we’ll always make time for the dish! Whether we have them in the morning or enjoy breakfast-for-dinner, we’re ready for flapjacks anytime! While we could eat traditional pancakes all day, the carbs stop us from doing so. And sometimes you want some different flavors. With that in mind, here are four scrumptious low-carb pancake recipes that are anything but ordinary!
Soufflé pancakes are all the rage. They tower off the plate as they are so thick and fluffy. They only have four ingredients, but you separate eggs and whip the whites into a meringue before adding them to the batter to make it fluffy before cooking. You are left with fluffy, soft pancakes. A serving has 55 calories, one gram of carbs and four grams of fat. Get the recipe.
Some people love bourbon maple syrup. And some don’t think it’s breakfast without bacon. These pancakes will be a dream come true! The pancakes and bacon have bourbon infused into them. The alcohol will cook out. But to us, this is still a breakfast-for-dinner pancake because of the flavor. A serving has 160 calories, nine grams of carbs, one gram of fiber and twelve grams of fat. Get the recipe.
Blueberry pancakes are always a hit. These ones are fluffy, soft and packed with flavor but low in carbs! The recipe is very traditional, except it uses almond flour and a noncaloric sweetener instead of all-purpose flour and sugar. You mix the wet and dry ingredients separately before combining them and gently add the blueberries in once everything is well mixed to ensure they don’t break. It’s a simple recipe, making delicious pancakes that will become a staple in your kitchen! A serving has 202 calories, nine grams of carbs, three grams of fiber and 16 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
Sometimes you can’t decide between cinnamon rolls or pancakes. Now you don’t have to. Made without flour or eggs, these pancakes are fast and way healthier than a real cinnamon roll but with all the great taste! They are fluffy from a combination of baking soda and apple cider vinegar while being vegan and gluten-free. The pancakes also feature a sweet glaze — just like a cinnamon roll! A serving has 69 calories, 11 grams of carbs, two grams of fiber and two grams of fat. Get the recipe.
We hope you have a great morning and a wonderful day as you celebrate National Flapjack Day. While pancakes can be high in carbs, with a few tweaks, they can be a tasty low-carb meal you can enjoy any time!