Sheet Pan Pancakes

Sheet pan pancakes are a relatively new recipe that has been gaining popularity in recent years. They are made by baking the batter on a sheet pan and then cooking it in the oven. The result is an easy, tasty breakfast that can be served for all of your family members.

Sheet pan pancakes are a quick and easy way to make breakfast. The sheet pan pancakes mix is a pancake mix that can be made in one bowl.

I have no words to describe how wonderful and simple this dish is. It’s officially my favorite breakfast, and it’s perfect for large weekend brunches with the entire family or meal prep for just one person! These Pancakes on a Sheet Pan will ensure that you never have to throw away another burned pancake. Every time, you’ll get wonderfully fluffy, golden brown pancakes.

Breakfasts with Low Carbohydrates

This Pancakes on a Sheet Pan dish is by far my favorite low carb breakfast, but we understand if pancakes aren’t your thing or if you prefer savory to sweet. Here are a few of our favorite low-carb breakfasts that you should prepare this weekend for your family:

  1. McGriddle Keto Quiche (Matt’s fave!) version
  2. Baked Eggs with Cheesy Sauce
  3. Everything Bagels with Fathead Dough (serve up toasted with cream cheese)

a stack of sheet pan pancakes on a black plate topped with butter and low carb maple syrup with more sheet pan pancakes in the background

The Nut Milk Has Been Curdled

We didn’t think it was possible, but believe us when we say it makes a huge difference. Allowing the lemon juice to rest in the nut milk for a few minutes can help your pancakes rise and become more fluffy rather than thick. Even if you skip the lemon/vinegar or don’t have any on hand, you’ll still have a wonderful sheet pan pancake to enjoy with family and friends.

Note that the swirls in the milk will indicate when the milk has “curdled.”

Use parchment paper to line the sheet pan.

This is a must. There is no amount of spray or oil that will enable the pancakes to come off as clean as they would if parchment paper is used.

Consider how much of a hassle it was to cook pancakes on a skillet (I say old days since sheet pan pancakes are all the rage right now!) if you weren’t using a non-skillet. To avoid ingesting harmful chemicals, we quit using nonstick and instead cook everything in our cast iron pan! When it comes to cooking meats, vegetables, and casseroles, it’s the finest, but not for pancakes!

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a parchment paper line sheet pan with pancake batter, blueberries, pecans and sugar free chocolate chips on top

Pancakes on a Sheet Pan

This recipe for sheet pan pancakes makes breakfast a breeze! There will be no more flipping, burning, or being the last one to eat (if you are the flipper). Everyone will receive a nicely browned and tasty batch of pancakes if you prepare these sheet pan pancakes for breakfast or supper. Serve with low carb maple syrup and Kerrygold butter, two of our faves!

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Sheet Pan Pancakes

Low-Carb Pancakes baked on a sheet pan in the oven — no need to flip on the griddle.

12 person servings

304 calories per serving

Time to Prepare: 10 minutes

15 minutes to prepare

Instructions:

  • Preheat the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit and line an 1813 baking sheet with parchment paper.

  • Allow 10 minutes for the lemon juice to infuse into the milk.

  • Whisk in the eggs, melted butter, erythritol, stevia, and vanilla after the curd has curdled (as seen in the video).

  • Whisk in the flours, baking powder, and salt until completely combined, switching to a spatula as needed. The batter has to be thick and silky smooth.

  • Pour onto the prepared baking sheet and spread evenly with a spatula.

  • Add chocolate chips, blueberries, pecans, or other low-carb toppings to each third.

  • Bake for 10 to 13 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.

  • Cut the cake into 12 pieces. Serve with butter, low-carb maple syrup, whipped cream, or other toppings of your choice.

  • Best kept in the fridge for up to one week in a zip top bag.

  • Note that the nutritional value may vary based on the toppings you choose!

Notes

Net Carbohydrates: 5g Serving Size: 1 12 Pieces (about)

Nutritional Information

Sheet Pan Pancakes

Per Serving Amount

304 calories Fat calories are 252 calories.

daily value in percent*

Fat (28 g, 43%)

Carbohydrates account for 93% of the total.

16 percent fiber (4 g)

20 percent protein (10g)

* Percent Daily Values (%DV) are calculated using a 2000-calorie diet.

Course:Breakfast

Cuisine:American

Keywords:pancakes on a sheet pan

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Sheet pan pancakes are a delicious way to make pancakes without using any oil. They are healthier and they cook faster than traditional pancakes. Reference: sheet pan pancakes healthy.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you reheat sheet pan pancakes?

I am not sure what you mean by reheat.

How do you make pancakes in a pancake pan?

A pancake pan is a flat cooking utensil with a round shape. It is typically made of metal or non-stick coating and has a handle on top for easy gripping.

Do I put oil on the pan for pancakes?

 

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