Quick & Easy Mandarin Orange Pancakes for One

"This recipe came about during a bit of a citrus spree... for the liquid, I used orange-flavored Fruit2O, but feel free to use milk, juice, etc...."
 
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Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
6
Yields:
4 3
Serves:
1
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ingredients

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directions

  • Drain the oranges, reserving the syrup (if you'd like to use it as a topping). Chop the orange segments.
  • Beat the egg white and salt with a wire whisk until stiff peaks form. Add the pancake mix, liquid, and baking soda, and mix until no lumps remain.
  • Drop a quarter of the batter onto a lightly greased griddle or nonstick pan. When the pancake begins to bubble, scatter a quarter of the chopped orange segments over the top; after a few seconds, flip the pancake quickly. Cook a minute more. Repeat with the remaining 3/4 batter.
  • If desired, serve with reserved syrup.

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  1. An interesting way to make pancakes, & for the orange-flavored water, I used the liquie from the mandarin oranges along with a small amount of orange flavoring! Worked very well for me! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Healthy Choices ABC cooking game]
     
  2. These were quite good. I used a sugar free pancake mix, and mandarin oranges packed in juice. I used the juice from the snack cup as the "water." Topped with sugar free blueberry syrup. Thanks!
     
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