Peanut Butter Protein Pancake With Blueberry Vanilla Topping

"I use to make this pb pancake for years and was astonished not to find it on zaar. After making Recipe #371305 for the first time I thought it would be nice with my pb pancake - and here it is! This makes one large pancake for one person. Nice for breakfast, but also very good as protein rich after workout snack. I don't add any sweetener because the yoghurt is sweet enough for me, but if you like it sweeter, feel free to add sweetener to the yoghurt-blueberry mixture."
 
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Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
9
Yields:
1 pancake
Serves:
1
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ingredients

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directions

  • Spray a non stick skillet with cooking spray and heat on medium until hot.
  • Beat egg, peanut butter, milk, soda and salt until smooth. If your egg is large, use a heaped tablespoon of peanut butter and maybe some more milk.
  • Pour mixture into hot greased skillet and cook until surface of the pancake is no longer liquid (about three or four minutes; maybe reduce heat a little and cover the skillet so that the pancake doesn't burn).
  • Flip and cook about two or three more minutes until done.
  • Process yoghurt and blueberries (and sweetener, if you use it) to a smooth sauce, then stir in the cottage cheese.
  • Transfer pancake to a plate and top with yogurt mixture.
  • Enjoy!

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Reviews

  1. Linky
    Flavor = 5 stars; Ease of making = 3 stars. I could not get the peanut butter to blend in with the egg, even though I ended up using my immersion blender. And based on other reviewers, I was verrry careful, but still couldn't flip it completely. I liked the yoghurt/blueberry/cottage cheese blend! made for CCQ - Culinary Quest 2014
     
  2. evelynathens
    I got the kids to make these for our breakfast this morning and we loved them! I'm always on the look-out for recipes they will like and want to make for themselves, and this is going into that file. Peanut butter goodness and a great fruit and yoghurt topping! Wish I could give this more stars!!
     
  3. sjkotylak
    This was so fun! I didn't have vanilla yogurt, so I used plain greek yogurt with some vanilla and a little honey added to it. As well, I was pretty hungry so I just mixed the cotage cheese and blueberries in instead of blending it up. Made for PAC Spring '11
     
  4. TALIA 3
    This was fantastic! I was surprised that it didn't contain any flour - and almost added any - but then I thought "it'll be an adventure". ...And it certainly was! I didn't make the topping, as I didn't have any cream cheese or yoghurt. Instead, I added 1 tablespoon brown sugar to the recipe, and chucked it in the microwave with some raspberries. I highly recommend this for a luxurious, healthy, weekend breakfast!
     
  5. troyabpauls
    LOVE this! It made a fantastic breakfast using ingredients I typically have on hand. I was surprised at how fluffy the pancake was, given that it doesn't have typical pancake ingredients. Be careful when flipping the pancake though - it's quite delicate.
     
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