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Almond Pancakes – Keto Pancakes (Gluten-Free) – Food Wishes

hello this is chef john from food wishes
comm with almond meal pancakes that’s right it’s always wonderful when the
best version of a recipe also just happens to be the easiest version of the
recipe which is the case with these amazingly delicious and super simple
almond pancakes and believe me I’ve tried a lot of different versions of
this and they were always either too light and too eggy or had too much
almond and were too dense and heavy but here I finally found something that
strikes the perfect balance and yes in case you’re wondering these are
gluten-free in case you’re into that kind of thing
or should I say not into that kind of thing but either way let’s go ahead and
get started by adding two large eggs to a mixing bowl along with one large
bubble and then something that every good pancake batter needs and that would
be some liquefied fat and believe it or not what I like to use is olive oil okay
you could use melted butter or another vegetable oil but I think that a little
bit of bitterness in the olive oil really works well on this and then to
that we will add a couple tablespoons of maple syrup plus a little splash of real
vanilla extract which not only adds flavor here but it also cancels flavor
since one of the nella extract superpowers is making the eggs in a
recipe taste less eggy but anyway we’ll continue on with a nice big pinch of
salt before finishing up with some finely ground almond meal plus last but
not least a nice spoon of baking powder now hot baking soda we want baking
powder and that’s it we’ll simply take a whisk and mix this for a couple minutes
or until we are 100% positive this is completely a thoroughly mixed and of
course one of the nice things about a gluten-free batter is that we don’t have
to worry about our pancakes getting tough if we over mix it so feel free to
whisk as long as you want and that’s it this incredibly simple how many pancake
batter is now done and once it is for best results what we want to do is let
it sit for about ten minutes just to give those ingredients a little bit of
time to get acquainted and for that baking powder to start to activate
although you’re really not going to see much in the way of bubbles and you know
what if you’re late for work and you’re in a hurry
don’t worry you could probably head right to the stove I mean you are after
all the rich little a Wonder Girl but I do get the
rushon that these do cook up a little better if we let the batter sit
but regardless when we’re ready to cook we can head to the stove and we’ll scoop
our batter into a lightly buttered non-stick pan which we set over medium
heat and if I’m being honest when I make these for myself I usually make one big
pancake but they are much easier to flip if you
make small ones not to mention they are way more photogenic and Instagram Abul
so keep that in mind if you’re chasing those likes and then what we’ll do is
let these cook on the first side for about three or four minutes or until
they start to get a little bit dry around the edges and maybe we see a few
little bubbles popping up through the surface and I can see a couple of those
here and also the other telltale sign as the bottom is getting golden brown so
don’t be afraid to peek and once we feel like that first sides gone long enough
we’ll get a flip and that’s it once we’ve managed to carefully turn those
over we will give the other side about two or three minutes or until they feel
like they’re sat when we give them a little gentle poke also known as the old
polka polka okay if they still kind of feel mushy give another minute and
that’s it we will pull those off the heat and serve them up on a nice warm
plate and then as far as a topping here I think these are perfect with some
fresh fruit so what I did is toss some blueberries and sections of tangerine
with some maple syrup and we’ll go ahead and spoon that over the top and by
mixing the maple syrup with the fruit not only does everything get beautifully
shiny but we’ve cut our garnishing production time in half which is pretty
good oh and by the way of course those tangerines were seedless all right only
a sadist would use citrus with seasoning for this so choose carefully and that’s
it these almond meal pancakes are finally ready to enjoy and that my
friends is just a stunningly beautiful and most importantly absolutely
delicious plate of pancakes and the fact that these might and probably are a
little bit healthier for you is beside the point
since these really are amazing in both taste and texture okay they are neither
too eggy nor too almani and really do have a surprisingly neutral flavor and
as far as the texture goes they really are wonderfully light yet still
substantial enough to be very satisfying like every plate of pancakes should be
no matter what they’re made of oh and if you’re into how juicy
blueberries feel free to add a handful right to the batter as I’ve tried that
before and it does work beautifully but anyway to summarize I love everything
about these including just how easy these are to make I mean this recipe has
literally dumped everything in a bowl and mix which makes it a perfect recipe
for the kids of course but anyway whether you’ve been searching for a
gluten-free option for regular pancakes or you’ve made a New Year’s resolution
to try to eat a little bit of healthier with recipes that don’t taste any
healthier or you’re just looking to shake up that usual breakfast routine in
any event I really do hope you give these a try soon so please follow the
links below for all the ingredient amounts a printable written recipe and
much more info as usual and as always enjoy you

100 thoughts on “Almond Pancakes – Keto Pancakes (Gluten-Free) – Food Wishes

  1. Can’t eat almonds, but why have I never thought to put maple syrup in the batter?!?!!! Like that’s ingenious and so totally obvious I can’t believe I’ve not seen or thought of that before

  2. OMG keto is such an unhealthy diet. Don't encourage them, John!! https://www.vice.com/amp/en_us/article/z3bv94/keto-diet-experts-rank-best

  3. So… why is "Keto" in the video title? These are not keto friendly. Recipe claims to serve 2, based on that 1 serving has 17.6 grams net carbs. That means 1 serving (with no toppings) is 70% of your daily max carb intake. Add the toppings suggested and you'd be way above that.

    I notice you never mention Keto in the video, good on you, but it shouldn't be in the video title as that is deceptive. There are keto friendly pancake recipes out there, but this is not one of them.

  4. Yo Chef John,
    How about some Keto pan sauce techniques?
    The almond flower is too pricey for making bread, but even I can afford a few scoops for some gravy.
    Love, Jawn

  5. I tried this recipe this morning. Since real maple syrup isn't Keto friendly, I substituted it with Walden Farms maple walnut syrup (sugar free). It turned out great! I've tried dozens of different keto pancake recipes and none of them ever really gave me the satisfaction of real pancakes. This recipe will now be a staple in my home.

  6. This recipe may kick you out of keto since this doesn't really follow the macros for keto, but here are the macros per info used in this recipe's link:
    54% Fat
    24% Carb
    22% Protein
    If you're trying to get into ketosis or already in ketosis, just monitor your ketones after eating this. Maybe try this out on carb up days. Generally, the Keto macros are in the ranges of 60-75% fat, 15-30% protein, and 5-10% carb.

  7. I do love you Chef John, this recipe, unfortunately, due to the maple syrup, is NOT KETO, it's sugary and high-carb, which negates the almond flour, folks who eat these pancakes derive no health benefits from the keto lifestyle.

  8. This IS gluten-free…but unfortunately, it ain't keto –to make it keto, substitute maple syrup with either erythritol, monk fruit sweetener, stevia or xylitol (in order of preference). These keto sweeteners wont spike your blood sugar –but maple syrup definitely will.

  9. Food Wish: We just got back from a weekend in your neck of the woods, and we ate at a place in Santa Rosa called Ca Bianca. Had a very nice dinner. One course we ordered, was Emmentaler Cheese Soup, and it was delicious. I searched for a recipe, but came up with nothing. I was thinking that maybe it was just a cheese fondue, thinned with chicken stock. Regardless, it was great. Can you do a soup like this please? Love your channel!

  10. If you could cast your food master skill to finding a real Keto bread recipe that is somewhat light and fluffy and not so brick heavy or pound cake like in texture, that would be epic!!!!!

  11. Dear Chef John, you have been my favorite chef and been using your recipes for years. thank you so much for your keto friendly recipes… ❤️❤️❤️ Ohh I tried your almond bread recipe.it was so amazing!

  12. I don't even like pancakes, but I'm definitely going to try these. They look so good, not too dry and not too soggy from too much syrup.

  13. He needs to employ another person to speak. The one thing that keeps me from watching his vlog more often is his vocal presentation. His recipes are inspiring though.

  14. Check out the recipe: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/278007/almond-meal-pancakes/?internalSource=hub%20recipe&referringContentType=Search

  15. I've never liked using a round skillet to make pancakes. I prefer a regular rectangular electric skillet to make pancakes. You can make more than 3 plus you have plenty of room to flip the pancakes.

  16. Amazing pancakes. I made a Keto version of this by swapping out the maple syrup for Lakanto maple flavored syrup. You should make more Keto friendly recipes Chef. Thanks 🙏

  17. I’ve been on a keto diet for 6+ months and pancakes have been the one thing I truly miss. I’ve tried countless recipes for low carb pancakes and they all SUCK. Except this one! This is as close to the texture of real pancakes as it gets. This is my new go to recipe for pancakes now. I just replace the maple syrup with a low carb maple syrup.

  18. Made these today! And they’re actually not too bad! But you really have to watch close or they will burn quickly! Maybe it’s the maple syrup causing it to burn.

  19. 💛 Delicious. I replaced the maple syrup with (Japanese brand) monk fruit syrup and a bit of that Lankanto golden sugar. Still, very very good. My daughter and I love your channel. Take good care!

  20. I saw “Keto” and thought I was on my other food channel. Imagine my sheer delight to discover it was Chef John!

  21. Love your channel but c'mon there are only a gajillion recipes for gluten free anything and everything. Same with Keto, saturated on YT.

  22. Chef John, your latest video upload (the one after this one) doesn't show up in the list of videos uploaded. I also didn't get a message notification about it. I caught it when it showed up in the Youtube home page list of new videos uploaded, but other than seeing it once there, it is gone.

  23. For those who want to make this recipe Keto friendly and sugar free, use monk fruit sweetener, you can make a syrup out of Monk fruit sweetener just the same way as you would make a caramel syrup.

  24. I happened to have some almond flour, so I decided to try the recipe out. The pancakes turned out better than I thought they would, though mine broke up when I tried to flip them, so I'd probably make the pancakes much smaller in size next time.

  25. Ever wonder what Norm McDonald would have been like if he chose a culinary life over comedy? Probably just like Chef John.

  26. Swap out the maple syrup for sugar free syrup then you can consider this keto. I make the same basic recipe for my keto pancakes. They can't remind me of Johnny cakes.

  27. Omg, these are amazing! I may never eat regular pancakes again! I added a little fresh lemon juice to the sirup / fruit soak, i also cooked them at super low temp, they burn easy! This was amazing!

  28. Berries are keto!

    Reasons for keto (besides weight loss):

    Low metabolism = insulin resistance = pre-diabetes. Ketogenic diets help get rid of too much insulin, because you're not eating sugar and making more. As you have less insulin, you become less insulin resistant. Insulin starts the body burning stored fats, putting you in a state of ketosis, which is shown by research to have profound benefits: it helps people with alzheimers, and probably could help some to postpone or evade it. Ultimately, mood will be lifted, etc. It combines with intermittent fasting, although many try ziF unkrr!r

  29. I see the value in saying Keto but the syrup would certainly put you over the 25 to 30 grams of carbs/sugar. Berries are allowed. Unless there is a high dietary fiber value to bring down the net carbs
    I will make these but sans syrup and look forward to it

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