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Unread 12-19-2010, 04:37 AM
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Default Oatmeal pancakes

Here's a good recipe for oatmeal pancakes. It's high in protein and carbohydrates. Perfect for a post-workout meal or breakfast.

6 Egg whites
1 whole egg
90 grams oats
30 grams dried fruit (raisins, etc.)
1 banana
1 tablespoon sunflower seeds or almonds
1 teaspoon butter
2 teaspoons honey and/or strawberry jam

Add the eggs, oats, dried fruit and seeds in a bowl. Squeeze the banana with a fork and add it to the other ingredients. Mix very well. Add the butter in a non-stick pan and let it melt. Then put the mixture into the pan and let it broil for 5-10 minutes at low to medium heat. You can make 3-4 small pancakes or 1-2 large ones. When everything is done sweep the honey or jam onto the pancakes. Hope you like it.

1 serving

843 kcals

Protein: 52 grams
Carbs: 116 grams
Fat: 22 grams
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Unread 12-19-2010, 05:07 AM
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I was making almost the same thing with my oatmeal recipe, but instead of 6 egg whites I use 3-4 whole eggs and in plus I also use cocoa. Delicious..
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Why not just use flour?
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Why not just use flour?
No problem. You can use flour instead of oats. And you can take whole eggs instead of egg whites. It all depends on your individual macro/calorie needs.
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I've actually been looking for a high protein pancake recipe, so I'm definitely going to give this a try.
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Unread 12-19-2010, 10:45 AM
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mine uses 12 egg whites
1 scoop van protein powder to thicken
1.5 -2 cup oats
cin and splenda to taste
all into blender until desired thickness is acheived

frickin unbeleiveable taste and makes 6-7 BIG cakes, great protein, very low fat, and right around 100 gm cho total.
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Why not just use flour?
then it's just a "pancake"

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No problem. You can use flour instead of oats. And you can take whole eggs instead of egg whites. It all depends on your individual macro/calorie needs.
That was what my confusion was about. Usually non-traditional pancake recipes are trying to modify them for low carb, low fat macros etc, or use 'paleo ingredients' or something but yours didn't seem to be, which is why it appeared odd. I'm sure they taste good though.
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Sounds yummy, I've done similar but added in a scoop or two of whey. Never added the fruit though, I'll have to give that a try!
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You can add the fruit along with the whey no problem. I usually use casein as it tends to make a thicker batter.
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