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Oatmeal Protein Pancakes

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Anabolic Beast

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Nov 16, 2010
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1 cup egg whites
1 cup raw oatmeal
1 cup cottage cheese
1 scoop of protein powder - I like vanilla flavor
2 packs of splenda
1/4 tsp of cinnamon

Mix all the ingredients together into a batter using a blender. Spray a skillet with a little non-stick Pam and heat up. Pour a little batter into the hot skillet. Flip when the edges of the batter become dry or bubbles form in the middle. Cook for about a minute longer then put on plate and serve. I like putting peanut butter and agave nectar on them.
 
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OldPLer

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#3
Have you tried the MetRX protein pancake mix. I havent tried it yet, expensive though.
 
JackD

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Wow, these look interesting, I did something similar with just Oatmeal, egg's, and a banana, but never thought about the cottage Cheese and protein. I'll have to give these a try soon. Thanks for posting.

1 cup egg whites
1 cup raw oatmeal
1 cup cottage cheese
1 scoop of protein powder - I like vanilla flavor
2 packs of splenda
1/4 tsp of cinnamon

Mix all the ingredients together into a batter using a blender. Spray a skillet with a little non-stick Pam and heat up. Pour a little batter into the hot skillet. Flip when the edges of the batter become dry or bubbles form in the middle. Cook for about a minute longer then put on plate and serve. I like putting peanut butter and agave nectar on them.
 
captaincaveman

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1 cup egg whites
1 cup raw oatmeal
1 cup cottage cheese
1 scoop of protein powder - I like vanilla flavor
2 packs of splenda
1/4 tsp of cinnamon

Mix all the ingredients together into a batter using a blender. Spray a skillet with a little non-stick Pam and heat up. Pour a little batter into the hot skillet. Flip when the edges of the batter become dry or bubbles form in the middle. Cook for about a minute longer then put on plate and serve. I like putting peanut butter and agave nectar on them.
Have you ever cooked the peanut into them? Just curious. I add PB to everything I make...except tuna fish.
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Anabolic Beast

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#6
Have you ever cooked the peanut into them? Just curious. I add PB to everything I make...except tuna fish.
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I just add the peanut butter after cooking them. I didn't mention it in the original post, but you can also use organic extra-virgin coconut or macadamia nut oil instead of the Pam non-stick spray. Adds a nice tropical flavor to them. I also like using organic extra-virgin coconut or macadmia nut oil for cooking my eggs for the same reason. Adds a little flavor variety to my diet and both oils are good healthy oils. By the way, when I use the Pam non-stick spray I use the one made with olive oil.
 
captaincaveman

captaincaveman

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Oct 17, 2010
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Excellent post. Variety is tough when trying to eat correctly all the time! Thanks!
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SwannzStar

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Dec 8, 2010
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Nutrition facts?

I made these and they turned out great! I need the nutrition facts though, to see how they are impacting my diet. Anyone have them??

thanks!
 
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I'm curious what is the nutritional value with respect to protein, fat and carbs. Indeed a few new ideas and this looks good.
 
PillarofBalance

PillarofBalance

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I plugged the ingredients into Daily Burn Tracker and if you ate all of them:

740 cals
16.5g fat
85g Protein
67g Carbs
 
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