Sunday, 9 September 2012



Again.. :)

These Pancakes are an ideal breakfast choice, keeping you satisfied and fuller for longer. 
Low GI, no dairy, no sugar, gluten and wheat free! 

So how do they taste any good then? Well make them and find out! They are super easy to make once you have all the ingredients.


1/2 cup of egg whites
1/2 cup of rolled organic oats
1 medium banana
  Generous amount of Cinnamon
1 tablespoons of Stevia sweet
5 drops of Vanilla extract
1/2 tsp of Baking powder 

Place all of the Dry ingredients into a blender. Oats, cinnamon, stevia and baking powder. Blend together.

Add 1/2 a cup of egg whites and vanilla extract,blend again.

Then add one mashed banana and mix. 
I prefer to add this at the end because the texture of chunky banana makes them so much better, other wise you can add it in with the egg whites and blend it all together. But I recommend mashed!
If your watching calories I normally save a little bit of the banana to have on top of them.


Time to cook.
Putting a lid on helps them cook
Wait to see the bubbles appear
Don’t make them to large other wise its hard to flip
Turn the pan down when you add the last lot of batter so they don’t burn
And wait for the edges to cook. Then you know they are ready to flip
These pancakes cook reasonably quickly.Beware!

Enjoy…. I put banana and strawberries on them normally with natural yoghurt.

Below are a few photos of previous ones I have made

Nutrition content:

This recipe yields one serve of about two-three pancakes depending on the size

Calories: 325 per serve
Protein: 19g
Total carbohydrate: 58g
 Total Fat: 4g

 Remember the carbs are from GOOD carbs that will help keep you satisfied and the sugar is from fructose so don't think this is bad! This is the type of food you want to be eating to help control your hunger. 
Excellent as a treat if you are craving something bad.

Peanut butter and honey topping

I added a bit of mashed sweet potato to these ones instead:)yes thats more peanut butter...

Strawberries and yoghurt

Banana and yoghurt

Thought id mix it up with some almonds haha.


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