Cream Cheese Pancake

This recipe came about because I had been eating hard boiled eggs for breakfast for roughly two months. I knew this was tempting fate, but I wanted to keep my breakfast low carb because of my eating habits for the rest of the day. Eventually the inevitable happened… I took a bite of an egg… and it instantly grossed me out. It’s a hard feeling to explain… but it always happens if I have too many eggs. I have the same issue with hotdogs.

Anyway, I was looking up low carb breakfast ideas and I came across this recipe . It sounded delicious enough, but when I tried to make it I found it unfilling and nearly impossible to flip the pancakes.. in fact.. I ended up with some fancy scrambled eggs the first couple tries. So I decided to make this recipe my own! By adding flaxseed meal and a little flour this cream cheese pancake idea becomes a heartier breakfast with some extra protein.. and it tastes pretty good too, if I may say so myself.


Click here for a printable version of this recipe!

Makes 4 servings: 208 calories | 8g carbs | 11g protein | 16g fat

Here’s what you need!

4 oz cream cheese (half a block), softened

4 eggs

4 tsp flour

1/2 cup ground flaxseed meal

1/4 tsp cinnamon

1/4 tsp salt

1/4 tsp baking powder

4 stevia packets (for 4 tsps of your sweetener of choice)

Here’s what you do!

1. In a bowl, whisk everything together feverishly until well combined

2. Heat your griddle, saute pan, or whatever you have to a medium, medium/low heat.

3. Make like a regular pancake!

How easy and awesome was that?!

I top mine with fruit , but I’m thinking about adding some chocolate chips next time!

Happy noshing!

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