Carnivore Liver Pancakes

The best part of this recipe is that the liver actually gives a great flavor to the pancakes. A great way to eat more liver!

Searching for different ways to get liver into my diet, I came across this

 amazing recipe: liver pancakes. What?? Liver in a pancake? I would never have come up with this idea. I have eaten liver as pate (which is great to add in other recipes as meatloaf and disguise its flavor), marinated raw liver (which many would say is for the brave ones, but I think it is not that bad), or I have sauteed it with onions. Of all the ways I have eaten liver, this carnivore liver pancake recipe is the best way to eat it and has become one of my family’s staple foods. 

I came across this carnivore liver pancakes recipe through Ash-Eats, which makes the most unique animal-based recipes. If you haven’t checked her out, please do here. 

This liver pancake recipe requires only three ingredients and is as easy as it can be. But the best part is that the liver gives a great flavor to the pancakes. I swear! Yes, you can taste the liver, but not in such a robust way as when you eat it alone. It comes as an aftertaste, in a good way 🙂 Plus, the butter gives these pancakes something special. If you’re keen on boosting your liver intake, this recipe is a winner for you and your entire family. Even my 9-month-old baby can’t resist these nutritious liver pancakes! In my house, we love to eat them with fruit on top, such as sauteed bananas and raw honey. We often eat them alone as a snack when we are on the go. You can eat them as savory, too. 

Carnivore Liver Pancakes

Carnivore Liver Pancakes

Recipe by Pia SegoviaCourse: main


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  • 3 oz raw liver

  • 3 tbsp butter or ghee

  • 3 eggs

  • Sea salt

  • Raw honey or maple syrup


  • In a blender, combine the three ingredients until well incorporated (the liver must be wholly blended).
  • Heat a pan to medium temperature.
  • Add ghee to the pan, and cook the pancakes like any other. The liver cooks fast, 15-30 seconds per side. 
  • Once cooked, add raw honey on top and enjoy.

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