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Old 09-29-2012, 06:25 AM   #1  
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Default Cauliflower Pancakes!

This is most likely on this forum somewhere but worth a post!
Made these yesterday morning....AWESOME! Very "custardy" and french toast-like in flavor yet look like a pancake and you can flip them like a pancake!

Take your raw cauliflower and chop it into "rice"...I use food processor and it comes out very fine grained.

In a bowl: beat 1 whole egg, 1 egg white, 1/2 tsp vanilla, 1 tsp splenda, and cinnamon to taste.

Now take a tablespoon heaped with cauliflower and add it in. Mix. repeat till you have added 4 tbsp. Mixture should look like batter. If still looks thin to you add more cauliflower but do not over thicken.

In fry pan add in oil...heat on medium...add in batter. It will even bubble like a real pancake. Fry...flip...fry...edges get crispy...cook like a pancake!

Plate it...spray with butter spray (zero cal)...add WF pancake syrup...and enjoy!

You can make 2 sizable pancakes with the above recipe.

This really kicked my pancake hunger!
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Old 09-29-2012, 07:01 AM   #2  
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Sounds great. I love pancakes also.
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Sounds awesome, and easy - thanks!
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Old 09-29-2012, 09:08 AM   #4  
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I'm bringing my coach a new recipe every week and so you're "the recipe of the week!"

Gonna go try these out right now! Thanks for sharing
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Thank you so much! I want to try this out! Thank you!
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What a great idea!!! Thank you!!! They sound filling and yummy...
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Jake, I love this idea.

I cannot believe all the cool things you can do with cauliflower. I am going to try these.
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Can't wait to try and share with my sisters that are doing IP with me!!
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Definitely going to make these.
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Bought a head of cauliflower to try these out!!!
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Its simply amazing what you can do with cauliflower. Until last week I had never ever heard of cauliflower rice. Now I've made cauliflower rice crust for pizza and last night I made Mexican cauliflower rice (which turned out great). In my wildest imagination I never thought you could make it into pancakes! I would make them this morning, except that I don't have any low calorie pancake syrup on hand. I've read that the Walden Farms brand is pretty good. I'll have to pick some up so I can try this recipe!
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Made these this morning with LOTS of cinnamon! WOW! Thank you so much for this recipe!
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Its simply amazing what you can do with cauliflower. Until last week I had never ever heard of cauliflower rice. Now I've made cauliflower rice crust for pizza and last night I made Mexican cauliflower rice (which turned out great). In my wildest imagination I never thought you could make it into pancakes! I would make them this morning, except that I don't have any low calorie pancake syrup on hand. I've read that the Walden Farms brand is pretty good. I'll have to pick some up so I can try this recipe!
I went to the store looking for the WF syrup, and they don't have it here, so I ordered some from Netrition. Once it comes in, I'm trying this out.

What was in your Mexican Cauliflower Rice? Please share. I love Mexican food. Thank you!
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Added some cauliflower rice to my pancakes made with IP blueberry pudding this morning....delicious and much more filling!
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This looks great! But, I'm going to try them without the sweetner and add seasonings. I'm looking for more savory recipes rather than sweet ones. These will be so easy to take to work for lunch and warm up in the microwave quickly.

Thank you for sharing mammoth!
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