DT's Very Lean Breakfast Pancakes!

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    DT's Very Lean Breakfast Pancakes!


    Very simple recipe. However, a blender and/or food processor is necessary.

    Ingredients:
    -3/4 scoop of protein powder of choice (flavor makes or breaks it)
    -1 whole egg, 1 egg white
    -1.5 cups skim milk
    -1/2 cup oats (Quick is better than Rolled in this case because they're already grinded up smaller. Don't worry, nutritional value is the same for both)
    - 2 packets Splenda
    *Basically any fruit (strawberries, berries, banana can be added)*

    Calorie-free maple syrup is optional.

    1) Grind the oats up as small as possible
    2) Throw everything into the blender. I usually like to throw the protein powder and oats in last.

    Batter ready..cook like any other pancake.


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    Yeah oat pancakes are the ****. I put a little bit of almond meal and a banana in mine. I don't like putting protein powder in them though, doesn't taste quite right to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by DieTrying
    Very simple recipe. However, a blender and/or food processor is necessary.

    Ingredients:
    -3/4 scoop of protein powder of choice (flavor makes or breaks it)
    -1 whole egg, 1 egg white
    -1.5 cups skim milk
    -1/2 cup oats (Quick is better than Rolled in this case because they're already grinded up smaller. Don't worry, nutritional value is the same for both)
    - 2 packets Splenda
    *Basically any fruit (strawberries, berries, banana can be added)*

    Calorie-free maple syrup is optional.

    1) Grind the oats up as small as possible
    2) Throw everything into the blender. I usually like to throw the protein powder and oats in last.

    Batter ready..cook like any other pancake.

    I tried it, but the batter was too thin, so I doubled the eggs, and I put 3/4 cup of oats. I also added an extra scoop protein (vanilla) along with sugar free, calorie free vanilla coffee flavoring and a mashed up banana.
    They were excellent.

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    oh man i want some right now
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    1/2-3/4 C cottage cheese
    1/2 C oats
    2 eggs
    2tsp natty PB
    splash of milk
    splash of vanilla
    dash of cinammon
    dash of wheat germ

    MIX THE ABOVE IN A BLENDER UNTIL SMOOTH......THEN YOU WILL ADD...
    put a few chocolate chips or pieces of fruit (put in after blended)

    Spray pan with nonstick spray or a tsp of olive oil and pour batter in and fry 'em up.
    Spread the pancakes with Natty PB, sugar free maple syrup or jam....etc...
  

  
 

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