by Guest Author April 24, 2019 1 min read
To serve, I recommend strawberries, a low sugar fruit. These are not calculated in the macros, but if you have some carbs to spare they really work well here.
150 g cottage cheese
2 organic eggs
50g almond flour
Pinch of salt
2 tbsp raw cacao powder
Stevia or Monk Fruit to taste
20g (1,5 tbsp) grass fed ghee for frying
Strawberries to serve
1. Mix the mascarpone and eggs with the stick blender.
2. Add the almond flour, tiny bit of salt, raw cacao powder, and stevia and blend all together.
3. As the last ingredient add water, but not all of it once – flours can be different and maybe you do not need all of it.
4. If you are happy with the batter consistency, fry the pancakes on medium heat in plenty of ghee until they are crispy from both sides.
Macros per one serve
Fat: 53 g (79%)
Protein: 18 g (11%)
Carbohydrates: 15 g
Fibre: 8 g
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