I'm finding that the lowcarb newsletter from about.com is extremely useful, with a flax seed bread, which seems tempting.
I make my own flatbreads with ground almonds and they are little like Scottish drop scones.
I do have access to great almonds here, in Spain, far nicer than most, being the Marfona variety, which are plumper and with little bitterness.
I keep hens, so we aren't ever short of eggs, but I only make the pancakes every other week.
I have no hypoglycaemic lows and my blood glucose levels are acceptable, but I know that I'll always have to eat this way. Still, it works for me and I enjoy the diet, so it's not a problem. It's not a diet, until I have to go to someone's house for a meal and try to explain why I don't eat bread or pasta or even potatoes.
The easiest explanation is that I'm diabetic and have coeliac disease. Neither are exactly true, but that's the closest I can get.
I'm eating close to a paleolithic diet now. I'd love to have the link to the paleo recipes.