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This was fantastic! I struggle with getting enough protein in, and this was a great way to pack in the protein, yet keep it light and yummy. I replaced the Bisquick with Fiber One pancake mix, which did increase the carbs slightly. However, I struggle to get enough of those in as well. 1/2 cup of Fiber One mix contains 36 grams of carbs, as I doubled the recipe to be sure to get 2 grain and 6 protein exchanges (4 with 1 cup cottage cheese, plus the two eggs). I also included 1 packet of Truvia in the mix and put the cottage cheese through a food processor first. I used sugar free syrup and am so happy I tried this. Definitely will be making this again and again.
Loved this recipe! So easy to make and so tasty. I was looking for something that was high in protein and not heavy. This was just right. Thanks for posting!
Easy and delish. What a great, easy lunch for the kids when everybody is sick of plain eggs, grilled cheese, etc. Thanks! p.s. Added blueberries and a touch of sugar - 2 tsp, I think.
SO EASY! I love cottage cheese pancakes, but I'm too lazy in the morning to make them. These were incredibly easy! I used the low fat Bisquick and did add about a tablespoon of sugar to it, but they came out so well! I used Pam and I had no problem with sticking. Can't wait to add in fruits and other flavors. The best part was my daughter just LOVED them. Much better for her than regular pancakes!
Very good, added a tsp sugar and a few chocolate chips and my 3 yr old gobbled them up.
Wow whoever posted this recipe is a genius! It is lovely and super simple! I made it with axelrods cottage cheese that has pineapple in it and they are by far the best pancakes I have ever had. Thanks for the great recipe I will be sure to save this one.