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looking for a whole wheat pancake/waffle recipe

Discussion in 'Recipe Exchange' started by shekov, Apr 29, 2008.

  1. shekov

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    My dd spikes so high after pancakes and waffles. I was hoping to find a recipe with more fiber. Anyone tried soy flour for added protein? Someone recommended it. THANKS
     
  2. Gwyn

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    gluten free/spike free pancakes

    Here's our newest pancake recipe. DD doesn't seem to spike after eating them--but she doesn't use syrup, so I don't know how that affects the mix.

    1 1/2 c cornmeal
    1/4 c sugar
    1 tsp salt
    1 tsp soda
    1 cup milk
    2 eggs
    4 tbs oil

    Carb factor of .42 per gram.

    We usually serve them with butter and apple sauce.
     
  3. KeltonsMom

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    I made this one the other day, and Kelton being as picky as he is about trying new things loved them.

    Ingredients
    2 cups whole wheat flour
    1 tablespoon oil
    2 tablespoons honey
    1 tablespoon baking powder
    2 egg
    2 cups milk

    Combine all ingredients in a large bowl. Whisk until smooth.

    Pour by 1/4-cupfuls onto greased griddle or frying pan.

    When bubbles begin to appear on top, flip.

    Cook until they spring back when touched.

    Total Carbohydrate 47.1g
     
  4. 3js

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    makes 6 waffles

    2 eggs
    2tbsp veg oil
    1c wholewheat flour
    1 1/2 tsp baking powder
    1 1/2 tsp sugar
    1/2 tsp salt

    16.08 carbs per each of 6
     
  5. Karenwith4

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    I got this one from an online friend.
    According to the online carb calculator I use there are 180 total carbs in the recipe using my substitutions.

    Robin's Non-Empty Pancakes

    1 cup milk (I use almond milk to drop the carbs)
    1 cup yogurt
    1 1/2 cup whole grain flour
    1/4 Cup Ground Flax Meal
    1/4 Cup Hemp Seeds

    If you have time, mix everything above together and let it soak in the fridge for 12 - 24 hours to ferment a little bit.

    Then mix in:
    6 eggs
    4 Tbs coconut oil or butter
    1 tsp Vanilla
    1/2 tsp stevia
    1 tsp sea salt

    You can add protein powder in - I add it with the eggs. I also usually add blueberries or raspberries but they aren't included in the carb count.
    These are dense pancakes - they are pretty filling so your kids may not want as many as with typical pancakes. They freeze well if you have extras. Just reheat in the toaster.
    Karen
     
    Last edited: May 12, 2008
  6. Kaylee's Mom

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    I have a bunch of homemade recipes but when I am in a hurry I use the Fiber One pancake mix ... I add in some oatmeal and cinnamon and she loves them. I did not see a spike but could have been a lucky day ;)

    Crystal

    Edit: I have the Whole Grain baking cookbook by King Arthur .. there is a really good whole grain pancake recipe in there. I could also post (or pm me if anyone wants it) you put together a mix and freeze it ... everyone loves them. I make these when the preschool has pancake breakfast fundraiser's.
     
  7. Lisa P.

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    Any kid who eats real pancakes will hate these, by my poor kids didn't know better when I first made them so they loved them.

    I just eyeball, though.

    Whole wheat flour, an egg, baking powder and soda and salt, and then a tablespoon or two of cottage cheese before the milk. And then we use real maple syrup, I don't know if it is better than the hfcs or if it just costs so much we use less!
     

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