How to make great Medifast pancakes?

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Just when I thought I couldn't love cottage cheese more I found a cottage cheese pancake recipe in a South Beach book. I modified it, and honestly can not tell the difference between these pancakes and the ones I make for my family. I make 4 batches at a time and freeze them between wax paper. Each serving is one medifast meal, plus a couple condiments and some lean, so it's not an every day food.

1 packet oatmeal any flavor (The peach is my favorite).

1/8 tsp baking soda.

1 egg or 1/4 cup liquid egg white.

1/4 cup cottage cheese.

2 tbsp. water (I also sometimes use a sugar free syrup).

Seasoning and extracts per your flavor choice.

In a bullet blender blend the egg, cottage cheese, water, and extracts. Pour egg mixture into dry ingredients and stir, just to moisten..

Heat a frying pan over medium-low heat. Spray with vegetable cooking spray. Drop 1/4 cup of batter into pan and fry until golden on the bottom and batter bubbles. Flip and continue cooking for another until firm. Makes approx 3 pancakes..

They have so much flavor I don't ever add syrup or butter...

Comments (15)

Your question was: How to make great Medifast pancakes?.

This sounds great and I have been trying to find a way to use my Peach Oatmeal. I'm going to try this weekend. Thanks!..

Comment #1

This sounds really good. I think I will try it tomorrow...

Comment #2

This sounds really good! I didn't want to spend time looking for a recipe this morning, so I just blended my own, and one advantage is that the only thing "extra" in it, really, is one egg white - well, a little pinch o' condiment, I guess, though I haven't really got the hang of those yet.

I just took one packet of blueberry oatmeal, about a 1/4 cup of water, a pinch of baking powder, mini-dash of cinnamon, and one egg white, mixed it up- fine-tuned the water and cinnamon and voila! Three pancakes and some PAM in the pan, and a really tasty breakfast. And so tasty that I didn't need any kind of topping..

Who can tell me something to do with the pudding mix? I don't dislike it "as is", but it's a little inconvenient, and I can never plan well enough to have it be chilled. Can pudding become some kind of "cake" or cookie ?

Comment #3

This sounds great. I do not typically like cottege cheese but I will have to go buy a small bit of it and try this...

Comment #4

To Why...we love mixing the pudding with the other shakes, makes them really creamy. We put in some ice and 1 cup of water with the pudding, then the other shake with water. We share it, makes a lot, but you could always save 1/2 for another meal. I've also heard that you can add the sugar free syrup, or, diet soda to the pudding shake for an interesting taste. I don't like the pudding as pudding but love it as a shake!..

Comment #5

I made this recipe this morning, with the M&BS oatmeal, but also added a 1T of flex seed meal, and made it into waffles. I used 2T of carmel SF syrup(actually this was an accident, I thought I had picked up the vanilla syrup, LOL) and 1/2 tsp of vanilla in with the cottage cheese and egg, I didn't have just egg whites so I use egg beaters. They came out really good, tasted a lot like multi grain ego waffles. Oh and I also added a pkt of spenlda...

Comment #6

Bump - Anyone else tried these yet??.

I have the ingrediants, but have been so busy I haven't had time. I hope to try them this weekend...

Comment #7

Mmmmm....can't wait to try these!! Sound good....especially freezing them and being able to Grab & Go!!.


Comment #8

This sounds great and I have been trying to find a way to use my Peach Oatmeal. I'm going to try this weekend. Thanks!..

Comment #9

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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