Eggwhite Pancakes

- POSTED ON: Feb 06, 2011

 1 serving


 3 egg whites


Pre-heat oven to 300 degrees for warming.

Spray non-stick coating on pie pan.
Whip egg whites until they form stiff peaks
Spray non-stick coating on small skillet.
Place on medium heat
Spread 1/3 of whipped egg-whites into pan,
smooth down to form a pancake.
When the underside is brown,
spray the top of the egg whites with non-stick coating,
Flip over, and repeat on other side.
Place pancake on pie pan and place in warm oven.
Repeat two more times, for 3 pancakes.
Calories 45.
Carbs 1 g
Protein 10.8 g.
Pour ¼ cup sugar-free syrup over pancakes and eat.
Add approx 34 calories - or zero calories for Walden Farms S/F syrup.


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On Apr 06, 2011 rross wrote:
This is one of my absolute favorite recipes. I have this almost daily. I make different savory fillings (tuna or chopped chicken breast with tomato and/or muchrooms)and roll them up. I usually make two pancakes with two eggwhites when I fill them as mentioned. Thanks for this great recipe Phyllis. Your food videos are fabulous and I love your constant focus on portion control. So very important.

On Apr 06, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Thanks Rina-Marie. Egg-whites do make terrific crepes for roll-ups. I do my best to get across my belief that a focus on portion control is mandatory.

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