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    oatmeal/protein pancakes

    5 egg whites
    1/2 cup of oatmeal
    2tbs pancake mix
    1 pack of sweetner
    1 scoop of chocolate protein powder

    Put all of above ingredients in a blender for 30 seconds
    These don't cook like normal pancakes, bottom cooks a lot faster than the top, they can be hard to flip sometimes. The trick is to cook them a little slower than normal. For topping, use either low sugar fruit preserves or low calorie syrup. A much healthier alternative to regular pancakes with a lot more protein. Makes 2 large pancakes.
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    Sounds good. I will try them tomorrow morning.

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    I use this recipe

    3 egg whites
    1/3 c oats
    1/3 c cottage cheese
    1 tbsp vanilla

    blend and cook like pancake and top with sf jam and natty pb

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    Quote Originally Posted by kc
    I use this recipe

    3 egg whites
    1/3 c oats
    1/3 c cottage cheese
    1 tbsp vanilla

    blend and cook like pancake and top with sf jam and natty pb
    That sounds good! Thx.

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    I make pretty much the same thing:

    -250ml of egg whites
    -1 cup oatmeal
    -1/2 serving of protein powder
    -some sugar twin
    -and if I'm not dieting... I add a handfull of chocolate almonds... It really adds to the taste

    I've been eating these every morning religiously for the last year.

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