1/2 thinly sliced apple
1/4 cup oat flour
1/4 cup vanilla protein powder (or casein)
1 whole egg
1 egg white
3 tablespoons milk
1/2 tablespoon cinnamon
1. Steam your sliced apple. Steam for five minutes but you can steam it for longer if you want your apple to be softer (just don’t steam it for ages because we’re not after baby food here).
2. Once the apple is nice and soft, put it aside and make your pancakes by blending all the above ingredients together and frying up the batter on a nonstick pan with some kind of nonstick agent on it (i.a. coconut oil, PAM, low-cal spray, or even butter).
Macros per Batch:
38.9g carbs (out of which 4.7 is fibre)
9.1g fat (1.7g sat)
Important: Make sure your pan is sizzling hot when you pour your pancake batter on it BUT, as soon as your pancakes are on it, lower it down to medium. Flip when ready to flip. When they’re ready, layer them up with your apple and add cinnamon on top. That’s it: done!
The end product is excellent. They came up denser than regular but oh! they soaked the syrup beautifully.
You can top them with whatever you want. We used cal-free maple syrup (this stuff) but regular maple will work as would nut butter, protein fluff, or whatever you want really.
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That was absolutely delicious!
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I make exactly the same pancakes. I only add raisins and pour honey over the top.
My inner fat kid thanks you! Love these!!!