Dr. Kumfer's Kitchen: Procakes
Today on Dr. Kumfer’s Kitchen, we tackle breakfast! Most of the time, our house keeps it simple with breakfast, eggs, fruit, some toast or cereal but every now and again you just have to have some pancakes. While traditional pancakes are delicious they are heavy on the carbohydrates and little else. This is great if you are fueling up for the Indy Mini Marathon, not so great for you average day around the house. For that reason the Protein Pancake was born. This recipe has more protein and a little less carbohydrates and as with everything on here, preparation is simple and quick.
What You Need
Food – this makes 2 servings. 1 Serving is two 6 inch pancakes.
2 Large Egg
1/2 Cup Dry Oates
1/2 Cup LowFat Cottage Cheese
1 Scoop Protein Powder (I use Gold Standard Chocolate, but you can use any flavor)
Olive oil if you need to coat your pan
What You Do
Preheat pan on stove to medium heat
Toss all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth
Add mix to the pan
Cook until several bubbles form on the batter side and flip
Cook for another 1-2 minutes and remove from pan.
Nutrition Per Serving
Protein: 27 g
Carbohydrate: 17 g
Fat: 8 g
While this recipe is pretty easy, here are some tips. The more you make, the easier it is to blend as if you just try to make 1 serving its hard to get all of the ingredients blended. Also, if you want to moisten you Procakes, add a little fruit to the mix. Banana works well, especially if you use chocolate protein powder. If you try it, share with us your thoughts on Facebook, Google Plus or Twitter by clicking the links below.