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Best Carbquik Pancake Recipe with Cinnamon and Flax Seed

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Looking for a Carbquik pancake recipe? Carbquik is a low carb high fiber baking mix that is great for low carb lifestyles. You can bake everything from breads to muffins to biscuits and pie crusts. These Carbquik pancakes are high in fiber as well as high in taste. In other words, YUM.

How do you make Carbquik pancakes?

There’s a recipe on the box just like there is with other baking mixes, but I like to improvise. You have a lot of flexibility with ingredients when using Carbquik. I made a small batch here, so if you are serving more than 2, I’d plan to double or triple.

I start with all the dry mixes and add the egg, milk and water as needed. The cinnamon and ground flax seed aren’t required, but do give it some extra flavor.

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Most people seem to have a preference on the thickness of their pancakes. You can add more water or milk than listed in the recipe if you want them thinner. I like mine puffed up to the sky!

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When making pancakes, I use ghee in the pan to cook with. Personal choice. You can use whatever you usually use for non-stick pancakes.

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Of course the thicker they are, the longer they may need to cook. I just make sure I’m always checking the underside to see how brown it gets. You should see the bubbles when it’s ready, but I’ve seen them ready with no bubbles. So keep an eye on your hotcakes!

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Serve them up with your favorite toppings. I’m a basic butter and syrup girl, but you do you. There are a ton of sugar free keto pancake syrup options that don’t have artificial sweeteners these days, so don’t deny yourself some sweetness if that’s what you like!

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Grab some butter and Keto pancake syrup in every bite! Check the recipe below for my favorite syrup option, and check out my other Carbquik recipes here on Linneyville!

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Is Carbquik Keto?

That depends on your criteria. Carbquik has some wheat ingredients, so it’s important to read the labels. Some people consider it keto while some do not. I’d say if you miss bread the way I did, it’s worth a try. I LOVE it and eat it at least once a week.

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Low Carb Pancakes with Cinnamon and Flax

Yield: 3 pancakes
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes



  1. Heat up the pan to medium / medium high
  2. Mix all ingredients in a bowl
  3. Add a bit of ghee to pan or spray pan with coconut oil spray
  4. Pour 1/3 batter into pan and let brown before flipping.
  5. Cook until done.


We prefer thicker pancakes, so we keep the batter a little thicker than you may like. The flax and cinnamon are totally optional, but give it a little extra flavor.

Nutrition Information
Yield 3 Serving Size 1 pancake
Amount Per Serving Calories 61Total Fat 4gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 2gCholesterol 65mgSodium 47mgCarbohydrates 3gFiber 1gSugar 0gProtein 4g

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Sunday 6th of December 2020

Wow...This is a keeper. I made the recipe on the carbmix box last week. I was not impressed and unsure of what to do with the remaining mix. Now I can make pancakes on Sunday. I followed your suggestions, the only difference is I used Almond milk. Topped with butter, a lit bit of almond butter, and small amounts of Keto sugar-free syrup. Yum...


Wednesday 27th of May 2020

I tried this recipe and I have been craving pancakes since I have been in Keto. This recipe was absolutely amazing. I followed your recipe to the T.

I love it and this will be a regular in my Keto diet. Thank You!!!


Thursday 16th of April 2020

I was thinking that if I added a little vital wheat gluten to the pizza crust and other bread like, recipes it might keep the finished product more cohesive in stead of falling apart so easily. What do you think?

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