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    Question Help! Low point pancake recipe?

    I'm stilll looking, does anyone have a low point pancake recipe...the weight watchers site has wierd pancakes. I really am just looking for a standard pancake recipe that's low in points!
    Thanks!!
    Vicky,
    (5'9"tall) hw 220/cw 150/gw 140
    "Don't dream it, be it." ~ Rocky Horror

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    Default Re: Help! Low point pancake recipe?

    Here's mine. Subbing whole wheat flour for half of the white flour in regular pancakes lowers the Points and also makes them more filling. I also do not add oil. But at least this one doesn't contain "wierd" ingredients like cottage cheese.

    Whole Wheat Pancakes

    1 c. whole wheat flour
    1 c. white flour
    3 Tbsp. sugar
    1 Tbsp. baking powder
    1/4 tsp. salt
    2 eggs
    1-1/2 c. skim (nonfat) milk

    Mix dry ingredients, make a well and add eggs & milk. Mix gently.

    Spray griddle with oil or non-stick cooking spray and heat to cooking temperature. I use 1/4 c. measuring cup to measure the batter directly on to the griddle. Cook until bubbles form, turn, brown other side. Serve hot.

    Makes approx. 12 pancakes, 2 pt. each or 3 pt. for 2. These are not Core. (The MasterCook version with the details is at home.)
    Nancy

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    Default Re: Help! Low point pancake recipe?

    Thanks!!!!! I'm gonna try it!
    Vicky,
    (5'9"tall) hw 220/cw 150/gw 140
    "Don't dream it, be it." ~ Rocky Horror

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    LunaGirl Guest

    Default Re: Help! Low point pancake recipe?

    Yum! I made these this morning for FH and I--they are really filling, too. I didn't have reg. sugar in the house, so I substituted with Splenda. Still very yummy. I guess that cuts the points down, but since I used some low-sugar syrup, I kept the pts. at 3 (for 2 pancakes).

    Thanks for the recipe!
    LunaGirl

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    Default Re: Help! Low point pancake recipe?

    I have made these a few times, and they are quite good!http://www.healthdiscovery.net/forum...=106494Juniper
    "I finally decided I wanted dignity more than food". Frances Kuffel
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    Default Re: Help! Low point pancake recipe?

    My alltime favorite pancake recipe is actually quite good for you.

    Bran Pancakes
    Mix:
    3/4 c flour
    2 T sugar
    2 1/2 t baking powder
    3/4 t salt
    1 C milk (I always use skim)
    3T oil
    1 beaten egg (I use egg beaters)
    1 C all-bran cereal (can also use bran flakes, but I like the extra nuttiness that all-bran provides, plus it's lots of extra fiber)

    I'm guessing that this recipe makes about 12 pancakes. Assuming that's true (I don't think I've ever counted!), it works out to 2 points per pancake.

    And if you use a cup of applesauce instead of the oil, it's 1 point per pancake.

    I spray them with a little fake butter spray when they're hot--I don't even bother with any kind of syrup. And I love the leftovers cold straight out of the fridge!

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