Here's my pancake recipe - I eat it at least 3 days a week. Leave out the Sweet Potato to reduce carbs.
Sweet potato pancakes - these are so filling I can usually skip my morning snack.
1/2 cup oatmeal (regular old fashioned, not instant)
1/3 cup egg beaters
2 tbsp cottage cheese (1% or less)
1 scoop of vanilla protein powder (I have also found recently that chocolate powder is fine here, and surprisingly Optimum Nutrition Chocolate Casein protein yields an entire extra 3-4 pancakes because of how it mixes)
1/2 cup of water or so, until batter become smooth
I usually go for 2.5 oz of sweet potato, which is about 80 calories.
blend it up and fry with no calorie olive oil spray. I put 1/2 cup of blueberries on it, and Walden Farms pancake syrup, nutmeg and cinnamon on top to flavor. I will also add 1/3 of a tbsp of cocoa powder, and some erythritol crystals on top.
Blend it all up, then fry. I usually use a 12" pan, and can do it in 3 batches of 4 cakes each. For easiest results, use a soup ladle to distribute the batter. I keep the heat on medium and cook the first side about 2-3 min, then flip and give it another minute. I'm so hungry usually that I eat each batch as they come off, while the next batch cooks.
377 calories for just the mancakes + sweet potato + cocoa powder calories are separate. Typically these are 80 and 10 calories respectively for me.
1/2 cup Oats
6 egg whites
1/2 cup non fat plain yogurt (i use non fat greek yogurt)
1/2 teaspon vanila extract
1-2 packets splenda (i use truvia because i like the taste better)
1 tablespoon water
mix all together. put in pam coated skillet on low heat and cover with foil for 7-12 mins. check every once and awhile make sure everything is going smoothly. when its done, let it cool for like 3-5 mins. Enjoy. Tates a little like french toast.
Its been a few months since I played around with making pancakes but I usually included..
1 scoop protein
1/2 cup to cup of CC
1/2 cup egg whites
1/2 cup whole wheat flour
and MOST importantly Baking Powder!
The pancakes will be flat without the baking powder so add a bit (like a tsp) and they will fluff up and be amazing.