Sunday, January 27, 2013

Protein Power Pancakes

You all know how much I love pancakes. And waffles. And breakfast. Mmm bliss. This recipe came to me at about 6AM when I woke yesterday (on a Saturday...), had some almond butter with honey and a large glass of water to hold me over, wrote some emails, listened to some tunes (lovin' this cover by Chris Cornell) and pondered what I would put in my soaked oats pancakes...

And what was created was quite delicious.




Protein Power Pancakes

1 cup soaked oats (Certified Gluten Free)
2 tbls apple sauce
2 eggs, oragnic/cage-free
1 tbls PB2 (powdered peanut butter)
Dash of cinnamon
Pinch of cardamom
Pinch of sea salt
2 tsp baking powder
1 tbls coconut oil (for the skillet)

Method:



Heat a large skillet  on medium with coconut oil. Drop desired size pancakes onto the skillet and turn down the heat to low-medium.

Cook on one side for about 4 minutes or until the top begins to bubble a bit. Flip and cook for about another 4 minutes on that side. Turn heat down to ow and flip and heat each side for about another minute.

Yields ~ 3 GIANT pancakes or 4-6 small/medium



Enjoy (with some Pete's Sumatra and fresh berries ;)) 

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