Wednesday, April 4, 2012


There are times I really don't want to go the grocery store, even if I'm running low on supplies; I call it a grocery store boycott.  Sometimes the boycott is due to laziness, sometimes it is because I will be going out of town, & today it's because I woke up with a stiff neck.  Grocery store boycotts force kitchen creativity.  

This morning I wanted to make my favorite breakfast, (oatmeal pancake) but I only had 1 egg, & didn't have bananas (if I don't have 2 eggs, I will use 1 egg & ½ banana).  I did have a pear, so I tried that in place of a banana.   The result was a tasty pear oatmeal pancake!  If you like oatmeal pancakes, try using ½ pear blended into the batter & omit one of the eggs. 

½ cup
Rolled oats
¼ cup
Cottage cheese 
1 tsp
vanilla extract
To taste
nutmeg (or your preferred spice)

1.  Blend all of the ingredients in a food processor/Magic Bullet
2.  Pour into a skillet & cook over medium hear on both side until done (about 2 min per side)
3.  Top with honey, syrup, fruit, or whatever you like.

Easy & Delicious Oatmeal Pancake 

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1 comment:

  1. Oh my gosh I need to try those, I love pears & never thought about adding them to my pancakes. Since I'm on low carb now, I need to think about replacing a part of the oats but I think I'll figure something out.


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