Easy High Protein Banana Nut Pancakes
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A delicious way to get some extra protein in your breakfast!
15 Minutes to Prepare and Cook
- 2 pouches Quaker Protein instant oatmeal, Banana (any type/flavor you like)
- 1/2 cup egg whites (or 2 eggs)
- 2/3 cup Fat Free Cottage Cheese
- Place all of the ingredients in a blender (I use my Magic Bullet) and blend until well combines. * NOTE – this “batter” is VERY thick
- Preheat a non-stick skillet sprayed with Pam over medium heat.
- Makes 8 medium pancakes (about 6-inch)
- Flip carefully because these pancakes are very tender.
- May need to cook longer than ‘regular’ pancakes. - NOTE – these burn easy, be sure to cook slower at a lower temp than ‘regular pancakes’.
- Enjoy with Sugar Free maple syrup
These pancakes cook best at a lower temp (medium is better than medium-high) they tend to burn easily, so be sure to cook slower at a lower temp than ‘regular pancakes’.
When I make 1/2 the recipe and only get 2 pancakes.
If not using flavored oatmeal you may wish to add a little cinnamon, sweetener and vanilla extract or other flavorings to taste.
Be sure to read all of the comments, lots of good tips and suggestions as well.
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