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We make a dough with the consistency of a thicker cream (even thicker than the pancake dough), taking care to first mix the liquid ingredients well, then adding the dry ones (sifted flour, then mixed with baking powder and baking soda).

I made the mistake of frying them in an oil bath, and so I woke up that the dough had absorbed all the amount of oil, and as a result I had some very greasy stuff! So DONT 'T! DO NOT LIKE ME!

Only after the first attempt did I realize that the pan only needs to be greased with oil ... and the result will be surprising; some delicious, fluffy and fragrant pancakes will result!

I put them in the pan with a spoon, and that's why they came out so small, but if you prefer they can be poured with the polish ... and so some real pancakes will come out!

Anyway, as I did, they reminded me of those pancakes from Dr. Oetker .... only mine are 100% natural .. :)

After turning from side to side, the mini-pancakes are drained on a napkin to absorb any oil!

Mini Keto Pancakes Cereal

America’s favorite weekend breakfast food just got transformed into a cereal! Mini keto pancakes are the latest trend on the internet. You can pour your favorite keto approved milk on top of these crispy, buttery tiny pancakes. Or top with a sugar-free maple syrup and dollups of butter to have little low carb pancakes in a bowl!

What is Mini Pancake Cereal?

Mini pancake cereal is just that. Tiny pancakes in a bowl with either milk or syrup poured on top. It’s the latest food trend to come from all the adventurous foodies on TikTok.

Truthfully, they are pretty time consuming to make. Obviously making large keto pancakes is more efficient than making tiny verisons of the same thing. But this is a fun way to enjoy pancakes & # 8211 especially for a special occasion like the holidays or a birthday.

Ways to Eat Mini Keto Pancake Cereal

There are many ways to enjoy your mini keto pancakes cereal & # 8211 that’s what makes it so fun to eat! Besides pouring heavy cream or your favorite nut milk into a bowl of mini pancake cereal, you can try non-traditional ways to eat cereal.

You can also add a few slices of butter on your pancakes and pour a sugar-free, keto approved pancake syrup on top. My favorite low carb maple syrup is by ChocZero. They have a huge line of sugar-free syrups in all different flavors from Maple, Maple Pecan, Maple Vanilla, Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry.

For holidays and birthdays, we like to have a side of ice cream with our pancakes. You can add a few scoops of low carb ice cream and top with the mini keto pancakes! Add some syrup too!

Griddle vs NonStick Skillet for Cooking Keto Pancakes

When I cook keto pancakes, I recommend using a griddle. A griddle provides a large surface for cooking your pancakes and you get even heat throughout the entire surface. Sometimes a skillet can get hot spots depending on the size of your skillet. The center is usually the hotest and the edges are not as hot.

The Best Way to Form Mini Keto Pancakes

When it comes to pouring your keto pancake batter to the griddle or frying pan, you can do a couple different techniques. Each way, you want to form a pancake about the size of a small coin & # 8211 like a nickel or a quarter.

My preferred method is to pour the pancake batter into a piping bag and squeeze out dime sized mini pancakes onto the griddle. You could also use a ziploc bag if you don’t have piping bags on hand. Simply add your keto pancake batter to a ziploc baggie and cut a small hole in one of the corners.

You could spoon the pancake batter onto the non-stick skillet. It’s hard to get even sized pancakes with this technique unless you have a super steady hand.

Another way is to pour your low carb pancake batter into a squeeze bottle & # 8211 like an empty ketchup bottle & # 8211 then squeeze little tiny pancakes out onto the heated griddle.

Keto Mini Pancake Ingredient Substitutions

Keto Pancake Flour

I like to use coconut flour when I make keto, gluten free pancakes. Almond flour tends to burn easier when it gets hot. When a coconut flour pancake cooks, it retains that golden brown coloring.

If you don’t like coconut flour, you can use almond flour. You will need to add more almond flour since coconut flour tends to absorb more liquid so you require less coconut flour when baking. If you want to try almond flour, I suggest using 1 cup of almond flour in this keto mini pancake recipe.

Heavy Whipping Cream Substitutes

If you don’t want to use heavy cream, you can substitute with a nut milk of your choice & # 8211 like almond, coconut or macadamia nut milk. You could also use sour cream too!

Variations of Tiny Keto Pancake Cereal

There are so many fun ways you can transform your mini keto pancake cereal. Here are some creative suggestions I found on TikTok or came up with on my own.

Chocolate Chip Keto Pancake Cereal

After you have poured your keto pancake batter onto the griddle, add a few sugar-free chocolate chips to each pancake. My favorite keto approved chocoalte chips are by ChocZero. Their chocolate chips are sugar-free and sugar alcohol free.

Funfetti Keto Pancakes

For a fun dessert breakfast or keto birthday cereal, add some sugar-free sprinkles to your pancake batter. Top these pancakes with sugar free whipped cream or add a scoop of low carb vanilla ice cream.

Or top with melted, sugar-free white chocolate that is dyed different colors with food coloring.

Mini Keto Pancake Cereal Storage

Pancakes are keto meal prep friendly. You can store the pancake batter to use ahead of time. The mini keto pancakes are freezer safe so they can be made ahead of time and saved for later use.

Storing Keto Pancake Batter

You can make up your keto pancake batter ahead of time to cook later or save any leftover batter in the refrigerator. Just put the pancake batter in a ziploc bag or mason jar and keep refrigerated for about 1 day or the night before.

Freezing Mini Keto Pancakes

As with my other keto pancakes, these tiny low carb pancake cereals can be stored in the freezer. After all of the mini pancake cereal has finished cooking. Let them cool on a plate or wire rack, then flash freeze them on the plate until frozen. Once your mini keto pancake cereal has harden, pour all of your pancakes into a freezer safe bag and store in the freezer.

To heat up, pop them in the microwave for 20-30 seconds or until heated through. Or spread them out on a baking tray and heat them up in the oven at 300 degrees for 2-3 minutes, or until heated through.

Sweet Stacks brings new concept of specialty mini pancakes to Garden City


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Rami Kader knows a thing or two about sweets.

The Dearborn Heights resident once owned an ice cream shop in on Ford Road in Dearborn Heights. When he looked to get back into the sweets business, he discovered a new concept that appears fairly unique to the metro Detroit region: specialty mini pancakes.

"I used to work at IHOP, so I'm very good with pancakes," he said.

That led to the creation of Sweet Stacks, Kader's newest shop now open at 28235 Ford Road between Middlebelt and Inkster in Garden City. The shop, which opened in February, focuses on creating small pancakes with a variety of toppings and styles.

For those people who gravitate more toward waffles, the shop sells a variety of bubble waffles and waffle sticks. Ice cream is also served by the scoop for those looking to cool down.

Customers can purchase made-to-order mini pancakes with flavors such as birthday cake, salted caramel, pistachio and even Nutella. For those looking to serve up an impressive dessert at their next small gathering, the shop even sells a variety tray with several colorful options.

It's a concept, Kader said, that's come in from overseas and doesn't seem to have a similar shop in the Detroit subway. He hopes that becomes a successful section of the dessert market.

"It's coming from Europe," he said. "It does exist in England. I just preferred that we have it here in the USA."

He began searching for a space - Kadar opted for Garden City as opposed to the more-crowded area along Ford Road in Dearborn Heights - and signed the lease last year right before the COVID-19 pandemic began. He didn't start construction on the location, a former salon, for several months.

The original hope to open was last summer, Kadar said. The work took about several months to convert the space.

So far, he’s seen customers come in and seek to try something new. He said the pistachio pancakes, which include crushed pistachios, pistachio sauce and his signature "Sweet Stacks" sauce, as well as the Nutella pancakes, have been one of the top sellers.

Many of the customers tend to be on the younger side, Kadar said, and tend to sell an equal number of pancakes and waffles. He said evenings tend to be when people stop in, though he said he's looking forward to more people learning about the shop.

Step by Step Instructions:

We serve these with homemade syrup, buttermilk syrup, pecan butter syrup, peanut butter, strawberry syrup, fresh fruit, or a light dusting of powdered sugar.

  1. Preheat a skillet over medium heat.
  2. Whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, soda, and salt. Slowly mix in the egg, buttermilk, and melted butter.
  3. Spread butter on your preheated pan. Spoon tablespoonfuls of your batter onto the pan. Flip when you start to see bubbles popping on the surface.
  4. Serve warm and with your favorite syrups!

Any way you decided to enjoy these tiny bites of goodness, you won & rsquot be disappointed.

  • 1 1/4 cups (185g) self-raising flour
  • 1 tbs caster sugar
  • 1 cup (250ml) milk
  • 1 Coles Australian Free Range Egg, lightly whisked
  • 40g butter, melted
  • Melted butter, extra, to brush


Combine the flour and sugar in a bowl. Whisk the milk, egg and butter in a jug. Add to the flour mixture. Stir to combine. Set aside for 15 mins to rest.


Heat a large non-stick frying pan over medium-low heat. Brush with a little of the extra melted butter. Pour four 1-tbs portions of mixture around the pan, allowing room for spreading. Cook for 1 min or until bubbles rise to the surface. Turn and cook for a further 1 min or until lightly golden and cooked through. Transfer to a plate. Repeat, in 6 more batches, with remaining mixture.


Serve topped with your desired toppings.

To make pink pancakes

Add pink liquid food coloring to the pancake mixture in step 1.

To make chocolate pancakes

Add 2 tbs cocoa powder to the pancake mixture in step 1 and increase to 1¼ cups (310ml) milk.

Now add a topping: Sweet or savory?

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Check ingredient labels to make sure they meet your specific dietary requirements and always consult a health professional before changing your diet.

The Takeaway

The pancakes themselves were delicious. They tasted likeâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; pancakesâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; The mistake was adding milk. Don & # x2019t do it. Abortion mission, seriously.

My cereal-style pancakes were soggy almost instantly. If youâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; re partial to letting your cereal sit and get its mush on (weâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; re a judge-free forum, folks), youâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; ll love this. But I would instead recommend serving your mini silver dollars with some blueberries or banana slices, chocolate chips, syrup, sprinkles, and / or a generous warm Nutella-slash-nut-butter drizzle. And for the love of god, eat it with a fork instead of a spoon so you donâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; t feel tempted to spoil them with soggy liquids.

Step by Step Instructions:

We serve these with homemade syrup, buttermilk syrup, pecan butter syrup, peanut butter, strawberry syrup, fresh fruit, or a light dusting of powdered sugar.

  1. Preheat a skillet over medium heat.
  2. Whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, soda, and salt. Slowly mix in the egg, buttermilk, and melted butter.
  3. Spread butter on your preheated pan. Spoon tablespoonfuls of your batter onto the pan. Flip when you start to see bubbles popping on the surface.
  4. Serve warm and with your favorite syrups!

Any way you decided to enjoy these tiny bites of goodness, you won & rsquot be disappointed.

Recipe Summary

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour (spooned and leveled)
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon coarse salt
  • 1 cup whole milk
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
  • 1 large egg

In a small bowl, whisk together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. In a medium bowl, whisk together milk, butter, and egg. Add flour mixture to milk mixture and whisk until just moistened (batter should have some lumps).

Heat a large nonstick or cast-iron skillet over medium. With a paper towel coated in butter, lightly grease skillet. Working in batches, drop batter by tablespoonfuls into skillet. Cook until bubbles appear on top and a few have burst, 2 minutes. Flip and cook until browned on underside, 1 minute. Repeat with more butter and remaining batter, wiping skillet clean between batches. Serve with desired toppings.

American pancakes or pancakes are among the favorites of the little ones. This is due to their fluffy texture on the inside and slightly crispy on the outside. They are all the tastier as they combine the delicate taste of bananas with the pleasant surprise you get when you come across a fragrant and juicy blueberry.

You can associate them with any mix of fruits you want, whether they are berries or exotic fruits.

For extra texture, I also used a little almond flour, but it can be successfully replaced with white or black flour.

If this network of banana and blueberry pancakes is to the little one's taste, he might like these beetroot and blueberry pancakes just as much.

Preparation time: 10 min Baking time: 10 min Number of servings: approx. 10 pcs


1 or
1 tablespoon type 650 flour or black flour
1 tablespoon almond flour (or 650 type flour)
45 ml milk
1/2 ripe banana
1 teaspoon coconut oil
40 g fresh or frozen blueberries
1/3 teaspoon baking powder (optional)


3 tablespoons sour cream
banana slices
blueberries (or other seasonal fruits-raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, etc.)
honey (optional and only over the age of 1-2 years)

Method of preparation

1. Separate the egg yolk from the egg white and beat the egg white with a mixer (the one I use is this one).
2. Mix the yolk with the flour, baking powder (optional) and milk until you get a semi-fluffy dough.
3. In a separate bowl, grind the banana with a fork and add the coconut oil.
4. Incorporate the egg whites into the dough, mixing lightly with a spatula (I have a silicone one, similar to this one). Pour the banana puree and blueberries over it.
5. Heat a non-stick pan and pour a tablespoon of dough into the pan to make pancakes with a diameter of 5-7 cm. Bake them for 1-2 minutes on medium heat on each side, until they harden and brown.
6. When ready, place them on a plate and garnish with banana slices, blueberries and a little sour cream or yogurt.

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Ingredients You’ll Need

  • Butter & # 8211 you will need melted butter for both the batter and for brushing in the muffin pan.
  • Milk & # 8211 whole milk works best for this recipe. You will want to heat it up in the microwave until it & # 8217s just slightly warmed.
  • Eggs & # 8211 you will need 4 large room-temperature eggs. To bring eggs to room temp fast, submerge eggs in a bowl of warm water for 5 minutes.
  • Flour & # 8211 make sure you measure your flour by spooning it into the cup and leveling it.
  • Vanilla & # 8211 lots of vanilla for flavoring the batter!
  • Sugar & # 8211 just a pinch of sugar to sweeten the batter a bit. These dutch babies are not very sweet on their own though!
  • Toppings & # 8211 keep reading for ALL the topping ideas!

How To Make Battery

The dutch baby batter is made entirely in the blender for ultimate ease and less mess. However, if you don't have a blender, a bowl and whisk will work just fine.

For the batter, you will want all of your liquid ingredients (butter, milk, and eggs) either slightly warmed or at room temperature. This will help encourage the dutch babies to rise perfectly light and puffy.

Blend all of your batter ingredients until smooth and no streaks of flour remain. The batter will be quite thin, but that's exactly what we're going for!

Tips for Baking Dutch Babies

  1. Preheat oven AND muffin pan at 425F & # 8211 you want your oven VERY hot for these dutch babies. Same deal with the muffin pan. I recommend preheating the muffin pan in the oven for about 20-25 minutes.
  2. Brush muffin pan with butter & # 8211 once your batter is made and the oven is preheated, you will want to work fast for this part so the pan doesn & # 8217t lose too much heat. Remove pan from oven and immediately brush each cup liberally with melted butter. Fill each cup about 3/4 full of batter and return pan to oven.
  3. Bake dutch babies 15-20 minutes at 425F & # 8211 try not to open the oven to peek at them until around the 15-minute mark. This may cause them to deflate prematurely. The dutch babies are done when they are very puffy and a deep golden brown.
  4. Cool 5 minutes before filling & # 8211 as they cool, the dutch babies will slightly deflate forming a perfect little nest for toppings!

Dutch Baby Toppings

The sky & # 8217s the limit for what you can top these dutch babies with! You can certainly keep it simple and go for things like maple syrup, jam, butter, etc.

HOWEVER, if you & # 8217re looking for something a little more show-stoppy and extra for the brunch table, I highly recommend trying the trio of flavors I came up with.

You can do a combo of all of them or just choose one or two, totally up to you!

  1. Melted chocolate + raspberries & # 8211 you can use dark chocolate, semisweet, or whatever your favorite chocolate is! Fresh or frozen / thawed raspberries both work.
  2. Caramel sauce + sliced ​​banana & # 8211 this one is my personal favorite! You can use homemade or store-bought caramel sauce to keep it easy.
  3. Whipped cream + mixed berries & # 8211 lightly sweetened whipped cream and a duo of blueberries and strawberries is a match made in heaven in these dutch babies.

These dutch babies are seriously the lightest, butteriest breakfast pastries ever. And the fact that they & # 8217re mini ?? And loaded down with all the dream toppings ?? Brunch game changer.

Don & # 8217t forget to top these beauties off with a HEAVY dusting of powdered sugar! It & # 8217s brunch so ya gotta go all out and do the dang thing right.

And if that means accidentally eating like 6 of these in one sitting, so be it. Happy brunch & # 8217!

A few more dutch baby recipes you might want to bake up next!

Muffins with cottage cheese

After a few days of the flu, mucus and all the cutlery, the child returns to school. She is cheerful, active and can't wait to see her colleagues and ladies again. As the bag must be filled, these miracles with cheese appeared. They will also fit in our packages, not just hers, because they are very good. As they are not very sweet, the adults, meaning father and mother, serve them with some apricot jam.



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