Pancakes are one of those things that can make a day special.
When I was a kid and we went on a road trip into the US, Ihop was a vacation destination. We’d do brunch and share forkfuls of taste sensations. My Mom’s favorite was French Toast. My Dad always had Eggs Benedict. My brother would load up on waffles and me? Pancakes with an egg on top and gallons of syrup over everything.
I still save pancakes for a weekend treat. Now I can load up because the oat fiber in these pancakes makes them a good low-carb treat. I still add an egg on top and drench the stack with no-sugar pancake syrup.
Start your day and your diet right with Oat Fiber Buttermilk Pancakes. They are gluten-free and low-carb. A delicious breakfast (or snack) that is quick and easy to prepare.
Here’s the recipe for the Sweetener Mix. Alternatively you can use 1/16 teaspoon Pure White Stevia Powder.
Oat Fiber Buttermilk Pancakes
- Mix dry ingredients together.
- Whisk in oil, eggs and buttermilk until well combined.
- Drop a big spoonful of batter onto a hot griddle.
- Cook until each side is browned. Serve warm with butter and if you would like a sugar-free pancake syrup.
I always make two double-batches of pancakes and freeze them for snacks throughout the week.
Pancake Syrup is part of the whole pancake experience. Yes, I am content with a couple of patties of butter, but the syrup? To die for!