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Healthy Pancake

I got tired of eating eggs and oatmeal separately. So, I combined it to create this much more enjoyable pancake.

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Servings: 1

Prep Time: 05:00

Cook Time: 10:00

Main Ingredients

4 oz egg whites

1 whole egg

40 g of old fashioned rolled oats

1 small lunch box size apple

dash of cinnamon (to taste)

splash of vanilla extract (to taste)

Preparation

1Spray pan with cooking spray and put on low heat

2Put everything into the blender cup and blend until smooth (like pancake batter).The Ninja blenders work really well for these, but probably any blender will work.

3Pour the mixture into the pan. Cover (preferably with a glass lid so you can watch it). Once the edges start to brown and the top set enough, you will need to flip the pancake and cook for another 3-4 minutes (or until set) on the other side.

4Please note that I put 40 g of rolled oats instead of 1/2 cup. This is because 1/2 cup can end up weighing a lot more than 40 g. So, for calorie/macro tracking, I always measure out 40 g.

5Also, you have to use the old fashioned rolled oats. Instant oatmeal and steal cut oatmeal will not work.

6You can substitute the apple for other fruits. My favorites are half a banana or a small peach. Berries work well too.

7Apple size for calories was 3.5 oz.

Additional Notes

1 serving Calories: 336 Fat: 8.3 g Sat Fat: 2.1 g Polyunsaturated Fat: 2.1 g Monounsaturated Fat: 3 g Cholesterol: 186 mg Sodium: 245 mg Total Carbs: 44 g Fiber: 6.4 g Sugars: 11 g Protein: 23 g

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