A lady named Wendy F. spoke about these at one of my support meetings last night. She avoids bread, as that was a major issue in her obesity prior to RNY. She has these as a bread substitute. She spoke of wanting a PB & J sandwich yesterday. She put 2 of these pancakes in her microwave to thaw them. Put peanut butter and SF jelly on one rolled it up, and it solved her hunger issue.
This is for you Dave...Protein Pancakes.
I mix everything in a vita mix/blender. Recipe can be doubled. Beat 2 eggs. Add 1 cup low fat cottage cheese, half a banana and half tsp. of baking powder and mix until smooth. Add 1 cup Quaker quick oats, one tsp. vanilla, one tsp. cinnamon and one tsp pumpkin pie spice (optional). Mix until smooth. Spray medium/hi griddle with Pam and measure out pancake mix using a 1/4 cup. Pancakes can be put in the freezer. I heat two frozen pancakes at a time in the micro for 90 seconds. Top with SF syrup, peanut butter, sliced banana, etc.
Wendy F I forgot one ingredient...with the cottage cheese add 1.5 Tbs. Truvia/sugar substitute.
I'm going to try these later today. I'll try adding some of the unflavored whey isolate protein I use in part of the mix to see if they cook well and taste the same later today. DAVE
Dave Chambers, 6'3" tall, 365 before RNY, 185 low, 200 currently. My profile page: product reviews, tips for your journey, hi protein snacks, hi potency delicious green tea, and personal web site.
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WLS 10/28/2002 Revision 7/23/2010
High Weight (2002) 240 Revision Weight (2010) 220 Current Weight 115.