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Billy G’s Breakfast Brownies

Try this Biggest Loser winner's decadent twist on protein pancakes.

Per Serving: Calories: 379, Protein 41 g, Carbs 44 g, Fat 4 g
Yield: 6 Large Pancakes

Ingredients

  • One 5.3 oz. container of non-fat, GREEK STYLE yogurt ( You can substitute non-fat cottage cheese instead of yogurt)
  • 6 egg whites
  • 2/3 cups old fashioned oatmeal

Optional:

  • Add Splenda or Stevia sweetener while blending, to taste (Sweeten so that you don't have to add syrup or any sweetener after)
  • 1 Tbsp. unsweetened cocoa powder = 20 calories
  • You can flavor to taste with:
    • Blueberries ½ cup = 40 calories
    • Strawberries ½ cup = 22 calories
    • 1 banana = 108 calories

Instructions

  1. Blend the egg whites and yogurt
  2. Mix into a bowl with 2/3 cup of plain oatmeal
  3. Let sit and soak for a few minutes
  4. Use cooking spray to create a non-stock surface, then cook each pancake

Source: Biggest Loser Season 4 winner Bill Germanakos



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Kay

What kind of oats for the Breakfast Brownies recipe? Suggest this recipe read old fashioned "oats" if you mean uncooked. Please clarify

posted Nov 29th, 2011 8:23 am


Sonja

These are excellent and easy to digest. I highly recommend them--One tip is to put the Oatmeal in a mini food processor for a few seconds-- I am an early morning runner and find a few of these fuel my a.m. run without making me sick.

posted Oct 17th, 2010 6:04 pm



Kianni Bravo

So if 6 oz of Greek yogurt is about 100 calories, the egg whites are about 90= 190, then the oatmeal would be around 190....so it's uncooked oatmeal?

posted Aug 25th, 2010 4:01 pm


Deborah

is it 2/3 cup uncooked oats or cooked

posted Mar 10th, 2010 10:27 pm



Bill Germanakos

The above recipe makes 6 large pancakes. The serving size depends on what your caloric allowance is for the day. Considering that my current daily calorie allowance is 2,400 per day, i eat the entire recipe for one serving for breakfast. in fact, I sometimes make a second batch and eat them for snacks throughout the day. !!! Thanks for your interest! I hope you enjoy them.

posted Feb 17th, 2010 9:21 pm


Michelle

What is considered one "serving" of these pancakes, at 300+ calories? One pancake? If so, how big is each pancake? Thanks!

posted Feb 17th, 2010 2:06 pm



   
 

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