Keto Coconut Pancakes

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Keto Coconut Pancakes
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Keto Coconut Pancakes
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Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Mix the eggs, coconut flour, coconut milk, vanilla, baking soda, and monk fruit sweetener. Mix well.
  2. To cook these pancakes, you can use a griddle or a frying pan. Put the coconut oil into the pan to grease it and put the pan on low heat.
  3. Ladle some of the batter into the pan (to form a 3-inch diameter circle). The pancake should be thick so don’t try to make the batter spread out. If you’re using a large enough frying pan, you can cook 3 or 4 pancakes at the same time.
  4. Cook for 2 minutes and then flip. Continue cooking and flipping until both sides are brown.
  5. Microwave the berries for 1 minute. The juices will release and you will have a Keto berry syrup. Pour over pancakes and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

All nutritional data are estimated and based on per serving amounts.

Net Carbs: 7 g

NUTRITION Calories: 337 Sugar: 7 g Fat: 30 g Carbohydrates: 7 g Fiber: 5 g Protein: 9 g

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