Further to my Egg White Pancake post, I also try to spice things up by making this recipe a couple of different ways.
Waffles – basically make up the same ingredients and put into your waffle maker! Warning though, because of the egg white they tend to puff up a bit and cause a bit of a fuss in the waffle maker. I don’t do them this way often.
The easiest one has been lately the loaf;
The one above is for 5 days – so I take my ingredients for one day;
1 cup egg whites (or a mixture of protein powder and egg whites)
all x 5 for 5 days – mix it up, I blend it with a hand mixer. Then pour it in – bake at 350 for about an hour. I divide it up and then freeze it. Take it out the night before to thaw and then cut up into pieces and put under your broiler for a few minutes to brown up!
And sometimes, when I am a nice wife. I cut my husbands up and then make it into french toast – YUM!
This has been my go to breakfast so far this week. It is super easy and you can mix it up with toppings.
- 1-1/2c egg white
- Oatmeal or Nutracleanse or a mixture of both
- Top with blueberries or fruit of choice
A good friend of mine has so many great ideas for ways to spice up normal food, like Quinoa! I have told her she needs to start her own blog and hopefully one day she will! But until then, I will share her recipes on my blog, shhhhh don’t tell 😉
2 cups cooked Quinoa
4 tbsp chopped fresh parsley
2 tbsp nutracleanse
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/4 tsp pink sea salt
1/4 cup finely crushed pine nuts
2 tsp avocado oil
Mix all together and serve cold.
This is the Pink Sea Salt that I use…
Avocado Oil I bought from Costco…
Finished product! Yum!
I have come to love this recipe, I eat them all the time! I have talked about Nutracleanse quite a bit and that is because it is a great source of fiber! Onto the pancakes…
1 scoop Protein Powder
1/2 cup egg white (or to the consistency you like)
Cinnamon to taste
Mix all together, should make about 4-5 pancakes.
When I was away and craving fried eggs on bread, I made myself a big pancake!