Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Syn Free Pancakes



These pancakes are syn free if you use the oats as your healthy B.
The maple syrup is obviously synful at 2 syns per tablespoonful.


Makes 3 pancakes

Ingredients

35 g rolled oats
2 eggs beaten
3 tsp sweetener
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 tbsp of a muller light yogurt (more if needed)
1 tsp baking powder (optional) if you use add 0.5 syn.




Method

Blend all the ingredients together till smooth and the consistency of extra thick cream.

Spray a frying pan with frylight and pour in a third of the mixture cook for 3 minutes on each side till air bubbles appear and they are golden.

38 comments:

  1. Thank you!! I have tried making these pancakes a few times from recipes on facebook but, although they have tasted ok have never really worked.
    These did! I don't know it it was the baking powder?? but for 0.5 syns it is really worth it xx

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    1. I'm so glad they worked for you and you enjoyed them, there is always a worry that the recipes won't be to other peoples tastes or don't work, so it's great to get feed back, good or bad, so if the recipe is wrong in anyway i can rectify it. But a thumbs up is great!!!!

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    1. Rolled oats are the same as normal oats x

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  3. Just made these using a cherry yoghurt and they are amazing! Really worth the 0.5 syns for bakinf soda x

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  4. I have made these three times now and for my incredibly fussy mum... we both love them! !!

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  5. 35 g rolled oats = ?

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    1. oats, porridge oats they are all the same thing x

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  6. I don't often post to things like this but that's how amazing these pancakes were! I used muller light toffee and they were substantial and delicious :-D so good to see a syn free pancake recipe that isn't just egg :-) didn't use the baking powder this time either. Definitely be having these more often! Thanks for posting!

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    1. So glad you liked them, they are very popular in my house x

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  7. Hi Rachel, loving your blog! When you say blend these do you mean in a blender so that the oats go flour like? Sorry if I'm being a bit dopey!!!

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    1. Yea put everything in the blender and blend together. x

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  8. These were absolutely amazing!!! xxx

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  9. Made these pancakes today after finding you via Pinterest - absolutely delicious - thank you

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    1. So glad you liked them, hope you enjoy other recipes too x

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  10. Love these pancakes! if not used as healthy b option how many syns are they per mixture??

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    1. 35g oats will be 6 syns. So glad you liked them x

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  11. Hi, I don't have a blender but I mixed the mixture with an electric whisk. They were yummy and very filling. I didn't use vanilla, just Muller light vanilla. Thank you.

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    1. So glad you liked them, they are really good x

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  12. WOW! These taste great on their own! I love real pancakes big time and these are very good, not that filling but hits the sweet spot! Will try with some crispy bacon and maple syprup soon. Thanks.

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  13. These are gorgeous! Thank you x

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    1. I have never tried as they don't last long enough x

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  15. My mixture is quite runny not like thick cream will they still work.?

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  16. I just made these as my sweet tooth was about to get the better of me. Oh my goodness, they are delicious thank you thank you thank you!

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  17. Amazing! Had a real sweet craving and these didn't taste healthy at all! Thank you! 😃

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  18. Absolutely lovely! Added 0% fat geek yogurt instead and an extra egg. Had a banana and 1/2 tbs honey with mine. Was sooo yummy! Thank you! :-)

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  19. I made these this morning. Delicious! Thank you x

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  20. Amazing we love pancakes in our house so this is brilliant thanks

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  21. Really impressed with these, so easy to make and taste better than normal ones, I used a toffee yogurt which added to it

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  22. Made these for me and my husband this morning. We both loved them. Thank you!

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  23. Oh wow, just had these for breakfast - they are amazing and I have shared them on my SW facebook group if that's ok - linked to this page. Thanks for this. I was a bit naughty and had a drizzle of maple syrup - but counted the syns! I've made those mashed banana ones before but didn't like them, but these are great - thank you!

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  24. Thank you so much for this recipe, they were delicious xx

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