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Low Carb Pancakes


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Ingredients

2 portion(s)

Batter

  • 50 g Pork Rinds
  • 2 egg yolks
  • 60 g heavy cream
  • 3 drops Liquid Splenda
  • dash Nutmeg
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 tbsp Butter
  • 6
    11min
    Preparation 8min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
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    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

    These have a great taste and cook up just like regular pancakes.
  1. Put pork rinds in for 3 seconds at speed 7. Remove and set aside.

     

    Put in butterfly.

     

    Put egg yolks, cream, Splenda, cinnamon and nutmeg in for 3 seconds at speed 4.  Scrape down bowl.

     

    Add pork rinds.  Combine for 3 seconds/.  Scrape down bowl.

     

    Let sit for 5 minutes for pork rinds to soak up egg mixture.

     

    Fry until golden brown in butter.

     

     

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Tip

Serve with butter and sugar-free syrup, fruit and whipped cream or your favourite low carb toppings.

 

Omit the Splenda, nutmeg and cinnamon and add in your favourite herbs for a savoury wrap.

 

If you don't have liquid Splenda, sweeten with a low carb sweetner to taste.


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  • No, they do not need to be

    Submitted by Valcan on 17. September 2016 - 12:49.

    No, they do not need to be frozen.  The pork rinds I am referring to are the snack ones that you usually find in the potato chip section of the grocery.  Are these what you used?  I have tried several brands and have never had a problem.  It comes out like a a flour.  I use it for breading and to replace almond and coconut flour in recioes including desserts.

    Val


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  • Sorry, but do the pork rinds

    Submitted by Dadougo on 17. September 2016 - 12:15.

    Sorry, but do the pork rinds need to be frozen? Mine just wouldn't chop and consequently, the pancakes were terrible. 

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