On Plan Fluffy Blueberry Protein Pancakes (courtesy of Shanna Schad) Ingredients Dry: Dry whole oats (whatever amount is on your plan) 1/4 tsp baking powder (I use rumsford brand) 1/8 tsp xanthan gum Cinnamon 1-2 packets of stevia in the raw Liquid: Egg whites (whatever amount is on your plan) 1/4 tsp pure vanilla.. Read more →
I recently was turned on to the best low calorie product that makes protein shakes taste more creamy than ever!! (Thanks Erik ;) ) One serving (1 cup) of the unsweetened Almond Breeze Almond milk is just 40 calories! So even adding only a half of a cup at 20 calories is just enough to.. Read more →
Although I eat my delicious pumpkin pancakes year round, its officially that time of year where people don’t look at me sideways when I tell them what I am eating. So in case you have missed this recipe on here from earlier posts, here it is: 40 grams old fashion oats 3 egg whites.. Read more →
Yeah, yeah, yeah….I’m sure you are getting sick of hearing about my love for pumpkin. Too bad!! :p It’s just crazy to think that I hate pumpkin pie, yet I make so many other things with canned pumpkin. Today is no different. My husband requested my low carb pumpkin pancakes but with more carbs. LOL.. Read more →
So, I’ve been blogging for a while now, and the majority of my recipes started with me using splenda. I’ll admit I was reluctant to give up my splenda because with the exception of one alternate (that I could only get online). I was not very impressed with some of the stevia products I had.. Read more →
I had this for breakfast this morning. Wasn’t feeling llike having my egg whites. This felt like a ton of food too!!
Video speaks for itself~ 20-25g protein powder (I used unflavored BUYBULKWHEY)35g old fashion oats50g canned pumpkin3 egg whites (or 2 liquid egg whites)2g sugar free fat-free cheesecake pudding mixcinnamon and splenda/stevia Bake at 400 for 8 minutes I think that I will try baking them at 350 for 11 minutes. It will give the.. Read more →
Just a quick blog post this morning. As I was getting ready to make breakfast for the kids, I decided instead of just whipping up their pancakes, I would weigh out what amounts I use and post it up. I make this one often, so I usually just ‘eyeball’ the amounts. Here is what I.. Read more →