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    power pancakes


    im sure someone might have made these b4 me but ill post this pretty good and easy recipe for a meal thats good netime of the day (if ur looking to bulk a bit)

    1/2- 1 cup oats (dry weight)
    1-2 eggs (depends how much fat u want)
    i use half a carton of eggwhites for the bulk of the protein in it or u can always use flavoured protein powder if u want instead
    1-2 tbs of peanut butter
    milk (if u use pweder instead of egg)
    a dash of cinnamon

    mix it all in a bowl in whatever order
    poor it into a frying pan with some cooking spray flip when needed

    theyr delicious and pack some great muscle food!

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    wow this sounds pretty good.
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    yummmyy
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    I make these a lot. Pretty much just use eggs or egg whites, oats, chocolate or cinnamon bun protein, and a bit of milk. Add some syrup and chocolate chips and your stacked.
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    this is just as simple

    Anabolic Innovations Presents:
    Healthy Cheat Foods Pancake Mix
    Just Add Water!
    Healthy Cheat Foods Pancake Mix



    Tastes Like Your Are Cheating But You're Not!

    Healthy Cheat Foods Pancake Mix gives you a 40/40/20 ratio with the carbs coming from complex carbs and it tastes great!

    * 40 Grams of Protein
    * 40 Grams of Carbohydrates
    * 10 Grams of Healthy fats
    * 40/40/20 Ratio for Optimum Results
    * Multi-vitamin and mineral
    * Digestive Enzymes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadianguy View Post
    im sure someone might have made these b4 me but ill post this pretty good and easy recipe for a meal thats good netime of the day (if ur looking to bulk a bit)

    1/2- 1 cup oats (dry weight)
    1-2 eggs (depends how much fat u want)
    i use half a carton of eggwhites for the bulk of the protein in it or u can always use flavoured protein powder if u want instead
    1-2 tbs of peanut butter
    milk (if u use pweder instead of egg)
    a dash of cinnamon

    mix it all in a bowl in whatever order
    poor it into a frying pan with some cooking spray flip when needed

    theyr delicious and pack some great muscle food!
    how much milk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    this is just as simple

    Anabolic Innovations Presents:
    Healthy Cheat Foods Pancake Mix
    Just Add Water!
    Healthy Cheat Foods Pancake Mix



    Tastes Like Your Are Cheating But You're Not!

    Healthy Cheat Foods Pancake Mix gives you a 40/40/20 ratio with the carbs coming from complex carbs and it tastes great!

    * 40 Grams of Protein
    * 40 Grams of Carbohydrates
    * 10 Grams of Healthy fats
    * 40/40/20 Ratio for Optimum Results
    * Multi-vitamin and mineral
    * Digestive Enzymes
    Sounds great
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    Quote Originally Posted by R-Mac View Post
    how much milk?
    just enough so its not too runny. youll be able to tell.
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    yeah going to make this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadianguy View Post
    just enough so its not too runny. youll be able to tell.

    thanks bud
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    made them this morning flubbed em up a bit. Maple syrup makes them taste really nice.
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    yea it took me a few times til i kind of "perfected" them. but damn r they ever good. the e.d. smith syrup is perfect if u dont want a ton of sugar. that brand makes a lot of great condiments that are sweeted with sucralose and have very little sugar oh and they also make jam!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    made them this morning flubbed em up a bit. Maple syrup makes them taste really nice.

    Yeah, but make sure you put the 100% real maple syrup, not the Aunt Jemima crapola! haha

    I make protein crepes. Milk, eggs, flour, protein powder (chocolate), brown sugar, a little olive oil. Mix all the sh*t together - add enough milk so the mixture isn't too thick.

    Spray some olive oil in the frying pan and pour the mix so it covers about 50% of the pan area, then lean the pan in a circular motion to spread the mix thin in the pan, and voila! Crepes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by guapitomark View Post
    Yeah, but make sure you put the 100% real maple syrup, not the Aunt Jemima crapola! haha

    I make protein crepes. Milk, eggs, flour, protein powder (chocolate), brown sugar, a little olive oil. Mix all the sh*t together - add enough milk so the mixture isn't too thick.

    Spray some olive oil in the frying pan and pour the mix so it covers about 50% of the pan area, then lean the pan in a circular motion to spread the mix thin in the pan, and voila! Crepes!
    eight dollars and some change a bottle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smeton_yea View Post
    eight dollars and some change a bottle.
    Yeah, tell me about it - but the bottle will last you a while if you don't smother your pancakes in syrup!

    I'm Canadian, so I would get the stuff dirt cheap (Quebec actually produces 80% of the world's maple syrup).
    However, now I live in SoCal and can't believe the price of maple syrup here!
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    Awesome, i like the name.
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    Looks pretty good.
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