Saturday, 23 February 2013


Pancakes is a very popular dish in Sweden. Mostly made of eggs, milk and flour, sprinkled with sugar on the top and strawberry jam. Some like it with ice-cream...well, that is a big no no for me, eating LCHF. 
But there is a way to enjoy that type of dish anyway.

2 eggs
1 teaspoon salt
3 dl cream
1 cup Philadelphia cheese
Sprinkle some stevia/ or any other GOOD sweetner
1 tbsp coconut flour
1 tbsp husk

Beat the eggs hard with salt and sweetening. Stir in cream and Philadelphia cheese and whisk until it is blended nicely.
Mix coconut flour and husk and whisk into the mixture.
Spoon down like small  pancakes in the pan - please use coconut oil because butter burns the  pancakes quickly and have not to high heat on. It will be eight small pancakes on this amount of pancake batter.

One part cream and and the same amount of Philadelphia cheese, whisked together. Season with a bit of vanilla powder and stevia or other good sweetner.  Mix in some kind of berry. I had blueberries and raspberries.

The taste was very good indeed! Oliver, my son ate up two of these and his spontaneous comment was:
 - It tastes like the pancakes!
Doh! : D

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