Low Carb Wheat-Free Pancakes Two Ways

There are countless recipes for the low carb/keto pancakes floating all over the Internet, some of them great, some not so much. Here are two that I like; one is on a softer side and another with a bit grittier texture. Both are very easy to make and lend themselves to any kind of topping, from sour cream to berries.

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Peanut Butter Bread Variation

By now it’s probably clear to you that I view bread as a butter delivery device. That was the role assigned to it in the flax bread and Paleo crackers posts. The thing about butter though is, you can never have enough delivery vehicles for it. Being always on a lookout for those, I couldn’t let the recipe posted by Sandy of Sandy’s Simple Recipes and More go unnoticed. Or untested for that matter. And an intriguing recipe it is. Peanut butter bread?

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Rutabaga – Another Potato Substitute

The eternal quest for the healthier alternatives continues. This time, in an attempt to imitate potato fries, I tested rutabaga.

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Healthy Wheat-Free Crispy Crackers

You can find many variations of these crackers on the internet, as folks adapt it to their tastes. As far as low-carb eating goes, this is a pure beauty. They are:

  • sugar-, wheat-, grain-, and gluten-free;
  • rich in fiber, fat, and protein;
  • lend itself perfectly to spread your butter on;
  • fit in Paleo, Keto, and LCHF;
  • crispy and chewy at the same time;
  • very simple to make, as they require no specific appliances.

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Two Fiber-Rich Recipes

As you may or may not know, in regards to weight loss for the last two months I am in a maintenance mode, as described in detail in the last chapters of The Time Machine Diet. Aside from occasional fasting days, mostly I eat by (not too strict) LCHF – Low Carb High Fat regimen. Generally, it’s a good idea not to let your body settle into a routine, and keep it guessing so to speak, by periodic changing the ways you eat.

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Red Lentil Penne – Another Wheat Pasta Substitute

You remember our Black Bean Pasta, I am certain – it’s difficult to forget. Today I’ll show another non-wheat pasta based on the same family of plants. It’s Red Lentil Penne:

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The Best Non-Wheat Seafood Pasta in the World

Say, which would you like first, the recipe or the story of how it came to be?

…thought so. Recipe it is.

No, sorry. Health stuff first. If you like pasta as much as I do, its nutritional data may give you a bit of pause – and rightly so. Let’s look at what comes with 100 g of its, shall we?

330 calories, 65g carbohydrates, 7g fiber and 13g protein. And that’s whole wheat pasta, which is not even the worst of the possible offenders.

Here is the nutritional comparison of my replacement: 

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