Over the last year I've been making small tweaks to my Aedo Family Secret Pancake Recipe, and I think I've finally perfected it. Rather than update the original post I thought it would be better to make a new one for reference. Ultimately the modifications were pretty small (less olive oil, almond milk substitution, peanut butter and a process change). Adding in the powdered peanut butter gives it a little more protein and it's just enough to give it a little bit of peanut butter and banana taste. The end result though is pretty damn great!
Regarding that process change - the recipe uses 1.5c dry oatmeal. I've started blending that into a powder before adding any other ingredients. It makes a nice difference in terms of smoothing the texture and keeping it consistent from batch to batch.
UPDATED Aedo Family Secret Pancake Recipe:
1 and a 1/2 cup dry quick-cook oatmeal (blended to flour consistency)
1/2 cup almond milk
1 cup cottage cheese
1/4c PBFit powdered peanut butter
1/2 tsp salt
2 tbsp olive oil
- Place oats in blender and process until powdered
- Add remaining ingredients
- Blend until smooth consistency is reached
- Pour 4" cakes on griddle at medium-low heat
Nutritional information (from MyFitnessPal.com):
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UPDATE: There's an updated version of the recipe that is even tasier and slightly healthier too, check out the updated recipe here!
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