Oatmeal Protein Pancakes

I was given this recipe for protein pancakes when I was trying to lose weight and find the right food for my body. I’ve tweaked it a bit to fit my needs and I really LOVE them. I could eat these for every meal of every day. I’ve been eating them almost every morning for months and really, I haven’t gotten sick of them yet. What I love most about them is that they are light and fluffy, yet filling enough that I don’t feel like I need any more than two at a time.

Feel good food, protein pancakes

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Oatmeal Protein Pancakes

You will need 1 1/3 C Old Fashioned Oats, 1/2 C Water, 1/2 C Fat-free cottage cheese, 2 Egg whites or 1/3 C Egg whites, 1 t baking powder, 1 t Vanilla, and 1 t Olive oil.

oatmeal protein pancakes ingredients

Combine all ingredients in a bowl and use an emulsion blender to combine. I use the emulsion blender because it’s so much easier to clean up and I hate getting out my blender. Or, combine ingredients in a blender and spend 20 extra minutes cleaning up. 😉

Ingredients ready to mix for protein pancakes.

The final result should be the consistency of pancake batter.

Protein pancakes mixed ingredients.

Measure out 1/4 cup of batter on a griddle. The portion size is exactly what is needed for the right calorie count. You should be able to make 6 or 7 pancakes. There are some days that I oddly only make 5. It’s really weird, I don’t know why.

Protein pancakes on the griddle

Flip the pancakes when they are golden brown on the bottom and have a couple of bubbles on the top. Serve with butter or margarine and sugar-free syrup. Syrup has a lot of calories, so I don’t use regular syrup, only sugar-free. I like this Maple Grove Farms Low-Calorie sugar free syrup because we really can’t tell that it’s sugar free. It’s delicious!

Oatmeal protein pancakes with sugar free syrup

There are also times that I top these with all natural almond butter and banana slices or all natural peanut butter and berries. Enjoy!

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Oatmeal Protein Pancakes
I was given this recipe for protein pancakes when I was trying to lose weight and find the right food for my body. I've tweaked it a bit to fit my needs and I really LOVE them. I could eat these for every meal of every day. I've been eating them almost every morning for months and really, I haven't gotten sick of them yet. What I love most about them is that they are light and fluffy, yet filling enough that I don't feel like I need any more than two at a time
Oatmeal protein pancakes
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
Pancakes
Ingredients
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
Pancakes
Ingredients
Oatmeal protein pancakes
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and use an emulsion blender to combine.
  2. The final result should be the consistency of pancake batter.
  3. Measure out 1/4 cup of batter on a griddle. The portion size is exactly what is needed for the right calorie count. You should be able to make 6 or 7 pancakes. There are some days that I oddly only make 5. It's really weird, I don't know why.
  4. Flip the pancakes when they are golden brown on the bottom and have a couple of bubbles on the top.
  5. Serve with butter or margarine and sugar free syrup.
Recipe Notes

There are also times that I top these with all natural almond butter and banana slices or all natural peanut butter and berries. Enjoy!

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2 Comments

  1. Katie Poorte Mitchell

    October 1, 2017 at 5:26 pm

    I’m excited to try these! They sound like they will be creamy with the cottage cheese.

    1. Chandra

      October 1, 2017 at 8:33 pm

      They’re actually not creamy at all, they fluff up just like a regular pancake. 😉

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