Skinny Pancakes

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Skinny pancakes? Yes, please! I?ll take a wheat-free, banana-packed, absolutely delicious breakfast ANYDAY?and so will your family! These yummy cakes are easy enough to make with your kiddos alongside you. Tomorrow?s breakfast dilemma is solved!

Skinny Pancakes
Serves 1 ? so double, triple, or quadruple for your family

What you?ll need:

2 egg whites
1/2 cup uncooked gluten-free oats
1/2 banana
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
A dash of cinnamon

How to make them:

1. Place all ingredients in a food processor or blender. Blend for 15-20 seconds or until mixed.
2. Spray hot griddle with non-fat cooking spray.
3. Pour batter onto griddle and cook until edges are golden brown. This should make about 3 small cakes.
4. Top with spray butter (if desired) and all natural syrup or agave nectar.
5. Enjoy!

What?s in them:

In one serving (3 small cakes): 246 calories, 2.9 g fat, 41.6 g. carbohydrate, 13.1 g protein.

185 Responses

  1. I think there is a typo maybe you mean it has 13.1g of fiber because you listed fat or maybe u mean 246 cal 2.9g protein 41.6 carb 13.1g fat? anyways i like it.

  2. I’ve even made these without using the oats and they are yummy. Just mash up a banana, add the eggs whites (or a whole egg) and use some non-stick spray to cook. Turn the heat down a little and watch closely as they will brown quickly because of all the sugar in the banana.

  3. love it! my boys love waffles and pancakes, we will definitely be trying these tomorrow morning.. thanks

  4. Love this! Would this work for breakfast while carb cycling, or is this better for the treat day? Thanks!

  5. Hi Heidi! These sound great. I make a similar version that substitutes 1 scoop of the Vemma Bode shake powder in vanilla for the oats (and leaves out the vanilla extract)! They are so delicious!
    Hope you all had a fun Fourth of July!

  6. Hey Heidi..thanks for sharing this yummy recipe. I LOVE pancakes and since my new lifestyle change (eating healthy and exercise) has taken over, I haven’t been able to enjoy pancakes. So thank you for sharing this. I’m wondering on your nutrition facts though, the “13.1 g fat” at the end…is that supposed to be 13.1 g of SUGAR?

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