South Beach Oatmeal Pancake

"This big pancake can be eaten during Phase II of the diet and is very filling. You can use a low sugar syrup if you would like; I prefer it with just a few spritzes of trans free margarine spray and a few sprinkles of Splenda. This recipe is courtesy of The South Beach Diet book."
 
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South Beach Oatmeal Pancake created by bub1150
Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
2
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a blender or a food processor, blend together all ingredients until smooth.
  • Spray a medium sized skillet with cooking spray and set heat to medium.
  • Add the pancake batter to skillet and cook until sides are lightly browned.
  • Top with a low sugar syrup, trans free butter and/or a few sprinkles of a sugar substitute and serve with fresh fruit; blueberries or strawberries are allowed and would go nicely.

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  1. Janis F.
    I love, love, love these pancakes. I have them once or twice a week. I use 2T of Mrs. Butterworth Lite syrup and they are just as good as hubbies real pancakes....maybe even better since he eats those frozen ones from Walmart.
     
  2. bub1150
    South Beach Oatmeal Pancake Created by bub1150
  3. bub1150
    We were so excited not to have to eat eggs for another breakfast. First I ground the oats up to a flour consistency, added 1/4 tsp baking powder and 1/2 tsp baking soda, 1/4 tsp salt and used 4 whole eggs (instead of egg whites) I had ricotta left over, so put that in instead of cottage cheese.....It was a welcome change for breakfast and very filling. I made them into smaller pancakes and we have enough for another breakfast for the 2 of us.
     
  4. karylm14
    South Beach Oatmeal Pancake Created by karylm14
  5. karylm14
    Love these pancakes, but with sugar free syrup and fresh fruit on top! Definitely feel like I'm cheating, but I'm not!!
     

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