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Mmmmm… Pancakes sound good, don’t they? Now that it’s getting cooler, and we’re feeling more like cooking, here’s a recipe for whipping up some great pancakes that are low in carbs and sugar.

They’re also gluten and dairy-free and absolutely delicious. Just the thing for a weekend brunch or breakfast.



  1. In a large bowl, whisk together eggs, vanilla, honey and 5 Tbsp Almond Breeze.
  2. In a second bowl, whisk together almond flour, salt, baking soda and cinnamon.
  3. Mix dry ingredients into wet with a wooden spoon until well combined.
  4. If the mixture is too thick add 2 more Tbsp of Almond Breeze. The consistancy should be thick but still able to spread when in the pan.
  5. Heat a non-stick skillet or griddle over medium-low heat with your choice of oil or cooking spray. Scoop 1/4 cup portions of batter into the pan.
  6. Cook until pancakes form little bubbles that pop. Keep heat low so that pancakes don’t brown too quickly. Flip and cook second side. Repeat process with the remaining batter and serve hot.

Topped with your favorite toppings, these are a wonderfully healthy addition to family breakfast routines.

TO STORE: Any leftovers you can keep stored in the refrigerator, covered, for up to 1 week.

TO FREEZE: Place pancakes in a ziplock bag and store them in the freezer for up to 6 months. 

TO REHEAT: Pancakes are best to be reheated in a toaster oven or on a non-stick pan. Try to avoid microwaving them or else they are prone to becoming soggy. 

  • You can find almond flour at most grocery stores or specialty food stores. You can also find almond meal at Trader Joes which will work as well. Almond meal is a bit coarser and will give your pancakes a nuttier texture, yum!

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