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This easy pancake recipe with only 5 ingredients is simple to put together and comes out light and fluffy! Perfect Sunday morning pancakes! If I had it my way, I would start every morning with something savory. Something warming and salty and usually oozing with egg yolk. If my husband had it his way, we would eat pancakes every morning.

Calories 320. Protein 8g. Sugars 36g. In our Protein Pancakes (without honey), Calories 250. Protein 39g. Sugars 17.3g.

Here we have two different breakfast options, we have an overall better nutritional layout that will keep you full the for hours until you need to refuel again. That’s great!Serving: 1 pancakes Calories: 104 Carbohydrates: 12.4 g Protein: 3.2 g Fat: 4.8 g Saturated Fat: 1.5 g Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.6 g Monounsaturated Fat: 2.3 g Trans Fat: 0 g Cholesterol: 62 mg Sodium: 194 mg Potassium: 187 mg Fiber: 2.7 g Sugar: 5.4 g Vitamin A: 100 IU Vitamin C: 5 mg Calcium: 100 mg Iron: 0.5 mg.

Even so, the calorie count made this way is only about 60 calories per pancake. Hope this helps! Serving suggestion: Stir a handful of blueberries and 1/2 small sliced banana and 1 tsp of chopped peacans into a scant 1/2 cup of batter. These delicious fluffy pancakes with a hint of cinnamon make a very special breakfast or a delectable dessert, and are only 170 calories per portion, making them the ideal recipe to perk up a 5:2 Diet Fast Day breakfast. The oats and blueberries make them a healthy breakfast dish, whilst being a weekend treat too.

Low-Calorie, Whole-Wheat Pancakes. Fewer than 70 calories per pancake, you can easily have two for breakfast and still have room for some turkey bacon or eggs! Almost 2g fiber and 4g protein per pancake as well! Good and good for you, can’t beat the simplicity either. Submitted by: SARAHTHOMAS1.

Add ground beef, and season with 1/2 tsp. onion powder, 1/2 tsp. garlic powder, and 1/4 tsp. salt. Cook and crumble for about 5 minutes, until fully cooked. Transfer to a large bowl.

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Photo: Howard L. Puckett. Start with a main dish that’s lower in calories, pair with simple roasted or steamed vegetables or a salad, and you’re on the. Keep your fast days interesting with this vegetarian 5:2 recipe for delicious pancakes that are under 250 calories. Fancy trying the 5:2 diet but want to stick to your vegetarian lifestyle? Kate Harrison has the answer with her new book, 5:2 Veggie & Vegan.In fact, whether you’re meat-free or not, this deliciously easy veggie recipe from the book will keep you going on those tough fast days.

Pancakes Quiche 5 Healthy Summer Desserts Under 250 Calories. These treats are so flat-out satisfying, it’s easy to believe they’re loaded with calories. But they’re not. And bonus!

Fresh berries are over-the-top bearers of big time antioxidants and Vitamin C.

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For example, 1 tablespoon of pancake syrup is 57 calories and contains 15 g carbohydrate (primarily simple) but no protein or fiber, a trace amount of fat, and no trace amounts of various vitamins and minerals

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Having said that, these pancakes are a great low-carb option.

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When you sit down to your delicious 209-calorie Apple Pancake breakfast, you should also add 1 cup of skim milk (80 calories) and 3 slices of turkey bacon (90 calories) to round out the meal and raise it to the appropriate calorie level healthfully.

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  • When you took the lid off of the blender for the chocolate pancakes I had a heart attack. I thought it would fly out at my through the screen, but thank you so much for the recipes they work really well!

  • Using 1 egg instead of two,adding a tad bit of cinnamon and vanilla extract can make this pancake taste much better……I prefer adding 2 tbsp rolled oats to this mixture and blending it in a blender and the results are 10 times better

    Edit: I think covering them with a lid for a minute or so and flipping only when bubbles appear makes it much better

  • I tried this at least 10 times since I saw this recipe.Failed every single damn time.
    Idk what’s the deal but they just don’t want to flip.When they are cooked enough I can’t flip them,they just break into pieces.When I CAN flip them,they are burnt( ̄へ ̄)

  • made the strawberry ones, but used oat flour instead of wheat lol. They tasted okay but I probably should’ve added honey or something to the batter to get them at least a little sweet. Although with the strawberry mix on top it was SO GOOD!

  • 1 egg, 1 banana, 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1 tbsp oats, and a little cinnamon:) keep your pan on medium heat and wait for the bubbles to pop until you flip (like regular pancakes)

  • She is very annoying. But I made these and they tasted good. They’re hard to flip but turned out fine. Had to use 2 spatulas to flip.

  • I can’t wait to make these for my mom, she needs to loose weight. Thanks for this vid!! She also has diabetes, but it’s not severe.

  • when I saw this video title 2 ingredient pancakes I taught that it won’t work without flour but after seeing the comments some people made it… well they made it correctly, and some people literally killed their dogs ��������

  • I loved this recipe. Although I omit or replace the egg as I don’t eat them. I’m always making recipes using fruit. I just uploaded a video explaining How To Tell When Bananas Are Ripe (And Good To Eat) and I’d love it if you checked it out https://youtu.be/8SfBYM9ewHY

  • I have a Question, there is a Nutrition fact in the end of all videos is that fact for the whole ingredients or it is for the last shown amount?

  • Works best on a griddle! And when you cook them on the griddle don’t flip it to fast. Wiggle the spatula under it and turn it slowly ��

  • I tried chocolate banana pancakes first..Bcz I have a sweet tooth ��, I didn’t like it. But the one with spinach is superb �� gonna try next pancakes soon. ��

  • Thank you mine turned out great �� I mixed my ingredients in a blender and added chocolate protein powder and pbfit. Cook on low-medium!

  • Was it really easy to flip I think I added too much banana but turn out really tasty I added cinnamon in pumpkin spice delicious next time I think I’ll add almond butter to��

  • 1 ripe banana
    2 spoons of honey
    A sprinkle of cinnamon and salt
    3spoons or more oats as much thic you want it i do 2and a half
    These are the ingredients here is how the make the batter ps

    Mash the banana then add the honey and cinnamon and salt after that is mashed add the oats put a bit of olive oil on a plate put thim into circles and now put them in the microwave for 1to3 minutes serve with honey on top
    You could make cookies the only change is that you need to put thim in the microwave for more times dont eat the batter after 2 days

  • I made the chocolate one and the taste kind of reminded me of brownies. I added some bananas, greek yoghurt and a bit of honey on top and they were seriously amazing! Thank you for the awesome recipes!��