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    Protein pancakes

    1 cup whole oats
    1 cup cottage cheese
    6 egg whites
    1/4 Vanilla
    1/4 Ground cinniman- how the hell do u spell that?

    Blend until liquid.

    Cook on hot skillet

    Cover with sugar free maple syrup

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    Quote Originally Posted by njc
    cinniman- how the hell do u spell that?
    cinnamon



    That recipe is a double batch of the recipe I use too - try adding a little lemon juice to the mix as well! Very good!


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    In a recipe similar to that (Tom Voss'), you can add one scoop of chocolate, or any flavour, protein powder. And the cottage cheese is optional....

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    I've been adding a bit of baking powder to get them to get them a little lighter.

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    i used to make mine with just oatmeal and eggwhites thikened together on a bulk....maybe throw some chiken or tuna in it.........

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    Can you throw in whey too?
    What this means is that when we drop a ball and it falls to the ground, it wasn't the ball that moved (down to the ground), but the ground that moved (up to the ball)

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    thatd be a wise idea, especially for the morning...
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    .............or would the whey be destroyed by the heat?. I know this has been discussed at length before.
    What this means is that when we drop a ball and it falls to the ground, it wasn't the ball that moved (down to the ground), but the ground that moved (up to the ball)

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    put raisins in the mixture it tastes even BETTER

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    ive added raisens before-does make it tast better. my mix usually makes enough for two pretty big pancakes- i put them together with sf jelly between.

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    raisins = not on a cut man!!

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    who's on a cut man?

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    Mine always makes two big cakes i put some natural pb and sugar free syrup. An awesome breakfast.

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    Jodi's recipe

    1 C. Ground Oats or Oat Fiber
    4 Egg Whites
    1/4 C. Cottage Cheese
    1/4 Scoop Whey
    1/4 tsp. Baking Powder
    1/4 tsp. Baking Soda
    Cinnamon/Splenda to taste
    Water for consistancy

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    I use:
    1/2 cup oats
    1/4 cup of cottage cheese
    5 egg whites
    1 egg yolk
    4 strawberries
    blend all together makes 4 big pancakes and it tastes great

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggies1ut
    Jodi's recipe

    1 C. Ground Oats or Oat Fiber
    4 Egg Whites
    1/4 C. Cottage Cheese
    1/4 Scoop Whey
    1/4 tsp. Baking Powder
    1/4 tsp. Baking Soda
    Cinnamon/Splenda to taste
    Water for consistancy

    how much water???

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    as much as it takes to get it as smooth or as thick as you want them to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thajeepster
    as much as it takes to get it as smooth or as thick as you want them to be.
    cool, hey did you go to the coast guard boat yet??

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    Quote Originally Posted by joesmooth20
    cool, hey did you go to the coast guard boat yet??
    Nope leaving wednsday night... should be there on thursday morn. It goes without saying im having a big plateful of these babies before i leave (my special pumpkin recipe of course )

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    Quote Originally Posted by thajeepster
    Nope leaving wednsday night... should be there on thursday morn. It goes without saying im having a big plateful of these babies before i leave (my special pumpkin recipe of course )
    pumpkin recipe ehhh, what does this consist of?

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    peice of cake, i used to use oats, but i found a really good pancake/waffle mix from bobs red mill www.bobsredmill.com so now i use that:

    1 cup either oats or .5-.75cup pancake mix
    5 whites 1 whole egg
    .5 cup pumpkin puree
    .25 cup cottage cheese
    1tsp baking powder
    .5tsp baking soda
    water for desired consistency

    Blend it up and cook em up, for a change sometimes ill top them with a tbsp pb mixed well with some sf maple syrup (just heat it up and mix it till smooth)

    These are great, i make them really small (about 2-3 inch pancakes) and it makes a ton of em.

    Enjoy

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