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Old 08-20-2012, 11:17 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a healthy recipe for homemade pancakes?
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Old 05-06-2013, 10:53 PM   #2
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Get the "Hungry Girl 300 under 300" cookbook, there's some really good pancake recipes in there that are under 300 calories and they're gracious portions!
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This is an old thread, but in case anyone else is looking -- I LOVE this recipe as a starting base:
http://www.food.com/recipe/oatmeal-c...pancakes-43072

I use whole eggs and add a little baking powder, but it's a fun recipe to play around with. I like adding lemon extract to the batter and frozen blueberries after I pour it in the pan.
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Again an old topic, but I guess pancakes are just one of those things that a lot of people love and I found a beauty in this recipe. It's comparable to the recipe of Desiderata, but contains less eggs and therefore perhaps better healthwise.

5 ounces of oatmeal,
1 egg (whole)
2 spoons of honey (or any kind of sweetener you want, but I find honey from the beekeeper (very important! Not store-bought!) a healthy choice)
8.5 oz of soymilk (regular could do as well, I guess)
2 tblspoons of baking powder
2 bananas

Blend all of it in the blender and leave it to rest for minimum 15 minutes (so the oatmeal can expand). Then make nice American pancakes out of it.

You'll be surprised how filling and yummy these are! Perfect as breakfast and I'm planning to make this every Sunday.
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HI! I love these Pancakes that are gluten and sugar free. BTW The Docs now believe eggs are healthy for you- not the culprits you thought they were. This is on my blog page (http://www.fairysredcolordiet.com/bl...rmilk-pancakes) there is a non buttermilk one under sugar free-gluten free recipes as well.
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Old 04-15-2015, 03:39 PM   #6
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I normally do two eggs, a banana, a scoop of protein powder, a dash of vanilla, and a teaspoon of baking soda.
they're close enough to pancakes with none of the flour!
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