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Monday, February 13, 2012

Biggest Loser Oatmeal Pancakes



For a low calorie pancake these were really delicious.  Throw it all into a blender and you're ready to to put them on the griddle.  I will definitely be making these again.   Here's the recipe.
  • 6 egg whites ( I used egg whites from the carton)
  • 1 cup oatmeal
  • 1 cup cottage cheese ( I used low fat)
  • 2 tsp. sugar ( I used my cranberry bog honey)
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp. cinnamon
Into the blender it all goes, blend and pour by the 1/4 cup full onto a hot griddle or cast iron pan.  Wait for the bubbles to appear and flip.  To save some calories I did not pour the maple syrup over the pancakes, but instead poured a few tablespoons in a tiny dish to dip each fork full in.

32 comments:

  1. Oatmeal pancakes sound yummy for Saturday breakfast... I don't like having beakfast on the working week!
    Have a nice day

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  2. I just bought a cook-book over the week-end and need to see if there is a similar recipe for pancakes in it... Yours look delish!

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  3. so easy and a double bonus that they are good for you! (well, almost!) ... nice work my friend x

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  4. Definitely trying these, they look delicious and I love that they are low fat and made with oatmeal.

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    1. Oh looks and sounds soo YUMMY ! I will have to give it a wirl ! Have a great day !

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  5. Thank you, Susan! I have been struggling coming up with 'do-able breakfast' options on this WW diet that I've begun ... with a spreading of apple butter or a blueberry drizzle, these will fit the plan of action!

    Have a great week!

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  6. Hi Susan, breakfast looks heavenly this morning.. I'll take mine to-go please.
    Warm hugs and thank you so much for the recipe.
    Pam :)

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  7. They look wonderful. I like that you just put it all into a blender. I love oatmeal too. In just about everything.
    Have a wonderful week.

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  8. Mmm they look good, and healthy too! Thanks for sharing!
    I see the No Knead Bread is getting around big time over there, I must try this!

    Gill xx

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  9. These look amazing! I am going to need to try these soon! I just awarded your blog with the Versatile Blogger award! Stop on by to accept :) http://www.tillysnest.com/2012/02/winner-celebrating-chick-days-award.html

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  10. I'm not much of a pancake lover, but those look really good. Am going to give them a try!

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  11. I have never had oatmeal pancakes and this looks so healthy good; pinned this one.
    Rita

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  12. Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum, Yum!

    Do you have breakfast hours? LOL!!!

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  13. I do love pancakes and typically have them for Sunday evening supper. I have never tried oatmeal pancakes, but they do look delicious, especially with Maine maple syrup drizzled over them. I hope they are Weight Watcher friendly!

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  14. They are absolutely beautiful! Just in time for Shrove Tuesday. Hugs! Bonnie

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  15. They sound good might use them for shrove tuesday, just looked up to see Bonnie had the same idea.

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  16. They look so delish! Must try these.

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  17. Love pancakes. These look super simple and delicious.

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  18. Mmmm, yum...with pancake day coming up here,I think I'll give those a try. :0)

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  19. These do look delicious. I have a similar Oatmeal Griddlecake recipe that I have used for years. It is like a present every time I make them. I love to use pure maple syrup (such a treat shouldn't have calories) and/or honey for the topping. These must be wonderful on a cold morning; it is the perfect "slow food" breakfast! Enjoy.

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  20. By the look of these pancakes, I can't tell that they are the healthier version...they look just like the regular delicious pancakes and yet great for our waistline! Love this guilt-free indulgence!

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  21. I made these this morning, but they didn't cook inside, they were still doughy or "raw"...I was so frustrated. Any tips or tricks or is that how they are? Thanks!!!

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  22. The only thing I can think of is you might have to let them get a little browner than regular pancakes. I found these to be a little thinner too. Maybe I blender my batter longer which made it thinner. Sorry, they didn't come out as expected.

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  23. I made these for an Easter brunch and we all loved them. Going to make them for another event on Saturday.

    Bobbi

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  24. I doubled the vanilla (I always do), and these were delicious!!

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  25. cottage chesse...........say what

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