Easy Keto Cream Cheese Pancakes

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Easy cream cheese pancakes are a great alternative to eggs every day on a keto diet.

Pancakes are possible even on Keto

Do you ever get tired of eggs? People on the Keto diet eat a lot of eggs, but what if I told you that combining one egg with an ounce of cream cheese and a splash of vanilla could create the tasty pancakes like the ones pictured above, almost as fast as cooking up an omelet? Would you believe me?

Well sisters and brothers, believe it! I decided yesterday I couldn’t face one more egg muffin this week, and longed for something more filling and delicious. I needed a change. Well, change is what I got and it was so satisfying, quick and easy, I’ll be having these at least once a week!

Now don’t get me wrong, these weren’t big, thick, fluffy pancakes of olden days, but they were pancakes that tasted delicious and broke me out of the old egg-for-breakfast routine, which was good enough for me! Can you imagine?

My keto cream cheese pancakes with sugar-free syrup

The recipe is just what I mentioned above, mixed in a bullet or Ninja, cooked in Kerrygold butter in a nice, hot, frying pan and voila! Top with sugar-free syrup and you have a delicious, keto breakfast that satisfies those cravings for something resembling bread, yet stays low-carb.

Add a slice or two of bacon or your favorite low carb protein of choice and there you have it! Try them out yourself and tell me what you think!


1 egg

1oz cream cheese

1 tsp vanilla extract


Mix ingredients in a bullet or Ninja cup blender, pour batter in a hot, buttered frying pan, cook like any other pancakes. Top with butter and sugar-free syrup and enjoy! Makes about 3 medium sized pancakes.

(Revising nutrition info)

6 Replies to “Easy Keto Cream Cheese Pancakes”

  1. Could you make me some of these please when you come on Thu.? I already have cream cheese and I will check out the vanilla. I have sugar-free syrup and butter. Thinking I can have some sausage. Could maybe have a smoothie for lunch.

  2. I’m so glad I popped in to check this out. I hit my halfway point in March. Yeay. People tell me to not be disappointed about losing 16 pounds in 4 months. It hasn’t been easy, so it feels like it’s been years. Hey, but some aspects feel better since beginning keto.

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