Recipe: Healthy corn pancakes
By Jasmijn de Gijt
This is a recipe I stole from Jamie Oliver, but I hate cheese so I made some adjustments. Of course it’s no real beast recipe without proteinpowder, so I added that too. These pancakes can be eaten at any time of day! If you are cutting (aww I feel sorry for you) you eat them as breakfast or lunch and if you are bulking you can use them as a little snack. Hopefully you will enjoy them as much as I do!
- 40 grams of oats
- 100 grams of quark
- 15 grams of proteinpowder (in my case banana flavor)
- 1 egg
- 2 table spoons of tinned sweet corn
- 2 pinches of baking powder
- A pinch of salt
- A pinch of chili powder
- One slice of bacon (or more if you want to)
- Food processor
- Frying pan
How to make the dish
- Mix all the ingredients except for the bacon and corn together in a food processor.
- Add the corn to the mixture and stir it through.
- Put a frying pan on a low heat and put in the bacon.
- Push the bacon around so it oils up the pan.
- Take the bacon out of the pan and put it on a plate.
- Turn the heat as low as possible and put the mixture into the pan (don’t spread it out completely, keep a height of circa 1 cm).
- Put the bacon on top of the pancake.
- Bake the pancake for +/- 10 minutes.
- Flip the pancake when it’s completely solid.
- Bake the pancake for +/- 5 minutes.
- Turn up the heat to give it some color on both sides and to make bacon crispy.
Note: If you want you can put some cinnamon, sugar powder or anything else that you like on your pancake.
- 335 kcal
- 7g fat
- 40g carbohydrates
- 28g protein
For the original recipe of Jamie Oliver see the following link:
http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/pork-recipes/healthy- cheese-corn- pancakes/