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Old 04-01-2011, 07:24 PM   #16
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I asked my coach about adding the egg whites, she said it was ok. Some people add an egg when they are hungry, or eat more protien, she said it wouldnt change my loss. I was glad because they are so good!
Oh yeah, I asked my coach this past visit too!! He also said it was ok....actually LOVED the recipe and is passing it along to other clients!!

He suggested the "egg whites" in a carton..... 1 carb per 1/4 cup....and you probably don't even use half that amount!! I also add the blueberry syrup to the mix instead of water. I really miss my blueberries and cereal in the morning, so this is the perfect alternative!!
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My coach said an egg white was fine.. But not a hard boiled when I get hungry. Go figure!
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Old 04-02-2011, 10:26 AM   #18
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I even had the crispy pancake for supper one day, and it was sweet with the blue berry syrup WF, and it felt like a treat, like something I shouldnt have, plus its not restricted. I love my restricted once a day when I have a craving or munchies or watching a movie, makes everything seem somewhat normal, like this could be done for the rest of my life.
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Old 04-03-2011, 07:16 PM   #19
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I'm going to make these for my birthday dessert tonight and I was wondering do you use the whole packet (powdered milk and all) or just the cereal part??
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I take the whole silver package, and roll a hard glass back and forth, shake it up, roll again untill I hear no more cracking. Then mix the backing power and some splenda. The egg white I mix with some water, and almond extract then mix with the dry part. If it looks too thick I had more water. It makes one big pancake for me. Some make three smaller ones. I use the whole package its a powerd mix when I am done.
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This is such an old thread, but I found it today and made these pancakes and they were AMAZING. I love them.

A word of warning though: If you use two egg whites, only use a tiny bit of water or it will be too runny. I used too much and ended up having to add another packet of cereal. Worked out, because now I have some for morning too. But if you just want one serving, go easy on it. I also didn't feel like crushing up the second packet very much, and it didn't make even a touch of difference. The little granules seemed to disappear once it was cooked. Delicious.

I ate mine plain, but maybe with a little WF syrup or some I-can't-believe-it's-not-butter... heaven.
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Breakfast tomorrow for sure!
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I love these, and I plan to be using them this weekend while at the lake while everyone else is eating traditional pancakes!! And I LOVE WF syrup..
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i saw a mention of this in the favorite ip food list. I thought this "cereal" that makes amazing pancakes was a product i'd not been introduced to. Until i realized everyone was talk the crispies.

SO excited to try this in the morning. Thanks for tracking down and posting the recipe!
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I asked my coach about these and she said NO! She said the vanilla extract has sugar. I was so sad. She said if its NOT on the sheet we gave you then you can't have it.
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I asked my coach about these and she said NO! She said the vanilla extract has sugar. I was so sad. She said if its NOT on the sheet we gave you then you can't have it.
Not necessarily. I buy an organic vanilla extract that has no sugar in it. I eat the pancakes with WF syrup and a little ICBINB spray 2 or 3 times a week and I don't think it has affected my losses.
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I asked my coach about these and she said NO! She said the vanilla extract has sugar. I was so sad. She said if its NOT on the sheet we gave you then you can't have it.
Sometimes I use vanilla flavored splenda or stevia, or sometimes I don't use any vanilla flavoring - they are delicious either way.
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I put in the vanilla (or other flavor) Torani or DaVinci syrups, just a touch. This is my favorite breakfast. I've been spreading on WF raspberry jelly or using the maple pancake syrup but plan to get the WF fruit syrups to try next.
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Hi Everyone!

I made the pancakes last week and they smelled and tasted good, but they kinda made a weird squeeky sound when I chewed them. They had a rubbery texture, too. Has anyone else experienced this? I'm not sure what, if anything, could be done to fix that. Also, I did not know I needed to crush the cereal first. The cereal pieces were still whole when I cooked them. Next time, I will try crushing them and see if that makes a difference.

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