Dairy-Free Carnivore Pancakes

Prep time: 5 mins      Cook time: 15 mins      Rest time: 5 mins     Total time: 25 mins

Macronutrients per serving: 74g fat | 40g protein | 0g carbohydrates

Servings: 1

Make it AIP or Dairy-Free: Use animal fat other than ghee or butter

The most nutrient-dense pancakes you will ever eat!

dairy free carnivore pancakes

I mainly posted this recipe to show off my pancake-making skills. Look at that shhhtack!

I have made these 4-Ingredient (carnivore-friendly!) BEEF LIVER PANCAKES so many times now, and I’m getting closer and closer to a flawless stack.

My mom is in town and visiting, and she helped me with these. Once each pancake was created, we decided where to put it in the stack (like a pancake Tetris, if you will). I have never been so slow and mindful while making pancakes.

This is the same recipe/ingredients as my Beef Liver Waffles, but I added some important notes if you’re using it to make pancakes (and if you’re someone who is also shooting for a killer stack).

We doubled the recipe and it made a whopping 12 (maybe more?) pancakes.

What you need to make Dairy-Free Carnivore Pancakes

Ingredients:

Equipment:

Substitutions

You can substitute the ghee for your animal fat of choice, although I do highly recommend ghee with this recipe due to its sweet and buttery flavor.

dairy free carnivore pancakes

How to make Dairy-Free Carnivore Pancakes

To start – blend the raw liver, eggs, 3 tbsp of ghee (room temperature/softened), and a dash of sea salt (or salt of choice) in a blender until smooth. No liver chunks should be left. You may find a few stragglers when you pour out the batter, so you may have to go through a few rounds of blending.

Make as you would normal pancakes at medium heat, with the exception of cook time and resting from heat**.

**Important notes:

Beef liver cooks VERY quickly, so these pancakes will cook fast (usually about 15-20 seconds per side). Sometimes slightly more or less. You’ll know to flip it when the batter starts to bubble and the bottom of the pancake has solidified.

These pancakes like a lot of fat while cooking, so between every 1-2 pancakes, I add some ghee to the pan.

Between each pancake, I let the pan rest from heat for about 10 seconds. I pour the next pancake onto the pan while it is removed from heat, and after about 5 seconds, I add the pan back to heat. This prevents the pancake batter from sizzling, cooking too fast, and burning.

I usually pour about 1/4 cup of batter per pancake. One batch makes about 6 pancakes. The pictured stack is a double batch.

Top with ghee, and honey if you tolerate it/prefer. Enjoy!

Looking for an even sweeter version? Try Beef Liver Pancakes with Strawberry Glaze or Jumbo Banana Beef Liver Pancakes with Fried Bananas, Bacon, and Whipped Cream Drizzle.

dairy free carnivore pancakes

dairy free carnivore pancakes

Tips to make the best Dairy-Free Carnivore Pancakes

  • When making the batter, make sure you blend it until smooth. No liver chunks should be left. You may find a few stragglers when you pour out the batter, so you may have to go through a few rounds of blending.
  • Expect to drastically shorten your cooking time compared to normal pancakes. Beef liver cooks very quickly, so these pancakes will cook in seconds. It usually takes about 15-20 seconds or so per side. Sometimes slightly more or less. You’ll know to flip it when the batter starts to bubble and the bottom of the pancake has solidified.
  • These pancakes like a lot of fat while cooking, so between every 1-2 pancakes, add some ghee to the pan.
  • Between each pancake, I let the pan rest from heat for about 10 seconds. I pour the next pancake onto the pan while it is removed from heat, and after about 5 seconds, I add the pan back to heat. This prevents the pancake batter from sizzling, cooking too fast, and burning.
  • I usually pour about 1/4 cup of batter per pancake. One batch makes about 6 pancakes. The pictured stack is a double batch.

A few of my other favorite Carnivore recipes:

Carnivore Beef Liver Waffles

Crunchy Beef Bars

Carnivore Baguettes

Dairy-Free Carnivore Pancakes

dairy free carnivore pancakes

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4.85 from 13 votes

Carnivore Beef Liver Pancakes

The most nutrient-dense pancakes you will ever eat!
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time15 mins
Resting Time5 mins
Total Time25 mins
Food Type: Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Diet Preference: Carnivore, Gluten-Free, Keto, Nightshade-Free, Nut-Free, Paleo, Sugar-Free, Zero Carb
Servings: 1

Equipment

  • Cooking Pan
  • Blender

Ingredients

  • 3 oz raw beef liver
  • 3 eggs
  • 3 tbsp grass-fed ghee
  • sea salt

Instructions

Notes

**Important notes:
Beef liver cooks VERY quickly, so these pancakes will cook fast (usually about 15-20 seconds per side). Sometimes slightly more or less. You'll know to flip it when the batter starts to bubble and the bottom of the pancake has solidified.
These pancakes like a lot of fat while cooking, so between every 1-2 pancakes, add some ghee to the pan.
Between each pancake, I let the pan rest from heat for about 10 seconds. I pour the next pancake onto the pan while it is removed from heat, and after about 5 seconds, I add the pan back to heat. This prevents the pancake batter from sizzling, cooking too fast, and burning.
I usually pour about 1/4 cup of batter per pancake. One batch makes about 6 pancakes. The pictured stack is a double batch.

What I used for this recipe:

 

Looking for some more easy Carnivore eats? Try one of these recipes:

Carnivore Beef Liver Waffles

Crunchy Beef Bars

Carnivore Baguettes

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Ashley Rothstein
Ashley Rothstein

Ashley Rothstein develops tasty, whole food, animal-based, fat-filled recipes that include a moderate amount of minimally toxic plant foods. To fix her own health issues, she bounced around between the carnivore, keto, and paleo diets for a few years. After experiencing and studying each diet philosophy, she learned she feels her best by merging the three and following an animal-based diet with time-restricted feeding. As a glut at heart, she likes to channel her creativity and create meals that are healthy but also satisfy her inner gluttonous spirits.

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