SNEAK PEEK! Low Carb Cream Cheese Pancake Recipe

Low Carb Cream Cheese Pancake Recipe

The Lazy Chef Low Carb Cookbook is expected to launch THIS January, just in time to get back in the game (or start something new) and recover from the holidays. I am so excited about this HUGE launch because I’m taking my favorite meals, making them low carb, and cutting out all the BS. No long ingredient lists and complicated directions. Every recipe in this book has basic ingredients that you can actually find at any grocery store and the steps are so stupid easy that literally anyone can do them. And did I mention they’re absolutely delicious? I guess you could say my cooking style is the “throw everything in the pot and forget it” method. I love creamy and cheesy comfort food so you’ll see a lot of that in the Lazy Chef as well.  But I just can’t leave you hanging until January! So here’s my version of pancakes taken right from the book. Enjoy 🙂

Cream Cheese Pancakes

These pancakes aren’t 100% like your typical pancake but are a good alternative to the high carb version. They’ll be much thinner than your fluffy pancakes so flip with caution! I like to pour melted peanut butter on mine but you can also do butter and cinnamon if you prefer.
prep time

1 minute

cook time

5 minutes



things you need
2 oz
Cream cheese


1 tsp
Vanilla extract

1-2 packets
Stevia (optional)

1 tsp

here’s how
1 In a small bowl, mix all ingredients with a mixer. I highly recommend a mixer as it’s difficult to get that cream cheese mixed in by hand.
2 Heat up the griddle to about 250 or medium heat on the stove. Butter the griddle or skillet.
3 Pour your batter on the griddle/pan in either two large pancakes or several small ones. The smaller they are, the easier to flip.
4 Cook for a few minutes until golden brown and gently flip over with a spatula. Continue to cook for a few more minutes until brown on the other side.
5 Serve immediately with either butter and cinnamon or melted peanut butter (place a tablespoon of peanut butter in a microwave safe dish and heat in the microwave for about 20 seconds).

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