We used a 9 donut mold to make these and it’s been fantastic with any flavor of Keto Chow that we’ve tried. To get the nutrition info I made a recipe in cron-o-meter, which is what we prefer for tracking your food. Recipe originally by Cristy Davis from the Sofa King Facebook group (I think Kristina Wells helped too).
TL;DR: In a bowl, combine Keto Chow Chocolate shake mix and baking powder. Add egg, coconut oil and water; whisk until smooth. Pour the batter from the mixing bowl into a ramekin or mug, leave your baking container at least half empty to prevent spillage while cooking. Place in the microwave for 30 seconds on high. Repeat in 15 second intervals until you’ve reached desired consistency. Top with chocolate chips, and enjoy! By Victoria Jensen.
I finally got a chance to try out making Keto Chow pancakes yesterday, later in the day I made some muffins. Both turned out awesome. My wife liked the pancakes I made for breakfast but liked the muffins we had for dinner even more, especially when I brought out the cream cheese. My mom and dad were over and really liked both as well. I did the pancakes with “Rich Chocolate” and the muffins with “Chocolate Peanut Butter.”
The recipe comes from redditor named “King_of_Camp” who added a couple things (baking powder, eggs) to keto chow and came up with an excellent batter that works for pancakes and also for muffins. I changed the original recipe based on my experience. Originally you had to whip the heavy cream but that seems to be an unnecessary step and I’ve eliminated it, makes it far easier to mix.