In this video I show you the easy way to make carnivore diet pancakes with two choices; beef or lamb. This recipe shouldn’t take you longer than 10 to 15 minutes to make and you can increase the ingredients to help food prep for the week as these pancakes are just as good to eat as left overs.
One of the optional and controversial ingredients is honey, yes, honey. If you can’t do honey then by all means leave it out as it’s only used as a topping.
Personally, if honey isn’t available I use a copious amount of butter. It tastes just as good!
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Here is the ingredient and tools list:
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Either Ground Beef or Ground Lamb: aprox. 10 ounces
Chicken Eggs: 4-5 or Duck Eggs 3-4 (Depending on size)
Butter, I use Kerry Gold https://amzn.to/33f86eF
Raw Honey (Optional) https://amzn.to/2RdoHKt
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