Protein/oat pancakes

  1. Protein/oat pancakes


    I eat these every morning for breakfast, usually with
    peanut butter and a banana.. they rock!


    3 Whole eggs
    3 egg whites
    1 cup oats
    1 scoop protein powder
    2 tablespoon plain yogurt (optional)
    1 apple diced (optional)

    mix well, heat non stick pan to a medium heat, pour about a half
    a pan worth of mix in and swirl it around so it disperses and is not
    as thick. Cook until it start to look dry around the edges, then flip
    recipe make about 2 plate sized pancakes, they are light, fluffy and tasty!

    Macros.. (depending on protein powder)

    832 cals
    22g fat/77g protein/82g carbs/12g fiber

    the right way to start the day


  2. I've been using a similar recipe, but I also throw in some regular pancake batter and milk to make the pancakes a little more fluffier.

  3. nate can u post urs..
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  4. Hmmm, well I'm still perfecting it, but here's what I did this morning.

    1 cup of oats
    3 to 4 eggs
    Some milk
    Some pancake batter
    Scoop of protein (I have some cinnamon bun flavored BSN protein)
    Mix well and make like you would regular pancakes.
    Serve with sugar free maple syrup. Some good shiat. I'm thinking about adding a banana too.

  5. Kris-
    do you use regular raw rolled oats, or do you grind 'em?

  6. sounds good, I'll be trying this with vanilla protein powder and I might try to gring the oats so its not clumpy

  7. I use normal quick oats, i dont grind them. I really like the texture it gives them. Im sure grinding them would be ok

    Recently i started using the egg beater egg whites, ill use a whole 250ml container of egg whites and 1 whole egg, more protein less fat.. it makes them a bit more runny though.

    I eat these with natty peanut butter and banana, as well as sucralose sweetened jam.. breakfast is my fav meal of the day

    I like your recipe too nate, i just cant deal with the high gi carbs that early in the day
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    Quote Originally Posted by milwood
    Kris-
    do you use regular raw rolled oats, or do you grind 'em?
    Just put the raw oats and all indredients in a blender. the oats break up nicley..actually, there where no oat chunks in my batter.

    I addeed to it--
    1 egg
    2 whites
    1 cup milk(4 carbs, double the protein, no fat)
    1 teaspon Vanilla
    1 tablespoon physllium fiber
    1 tablespoon peanut butter
    1/2 banna
    1/2 cup oats
    1/2 cottage cheese
    1 scoop protien

    57 pro-44 cho-16g fat-12g fiber (eliminate the peanut butter its 4 grams fat)

  9. nice! im gonna blend up my mix tommorow and see how it goes.
    I like the addition of physllium fiber (you use husks?) get in more fiber!

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Kristopher
    nice! im gonna blend up my mix tommorow and see how it goes.
    I like the addition of physllium fiber (you use husks?) get in more fiber!
    another good way to add fiber and some extra goodness is ground up flax seeds. Some people wouldn't like it, but it adds a nutty flavor, fiber, and, of course, a modest amount of flax oil. I throw it in oatmeal, but I'm guessing it'd be pretty good in pancakes as well.

  11. Blended it all up today.. damn they were good.. very light and fluffy, but the batter was too thin for my taste, so i think i will blend everything but the oats, to give it more texture.
  

  
 

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