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Old 05-06-2012, 11:26 AM   #121
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I made these this morning for a brunch.
Made them into mini-blinis...
Very good. Flax meal can be subbed out with
blanched almond flour for a good result
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Old 05-06-2012, 11:37 AM   #122
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Mini Blinis

Made them into mini blinis for my brunch table
Very pretty and good use for various spreads.


Flax can be subbed out with blanched almond flour.
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Old 05-06-2012, 02:59 PM   #123
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I made these today - my 7 yr old asked for pancakes. I coarse-ground the golen flax and added a little water to make them thinner - she ate half the batch!! I use maple extract in them.
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Old 02-03-2016, 05:27 AM   #124
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Pami View Post
This reminded me of my Fiber Pancake recipe
(doesn't call for Carbquik though, and uses much more syrup),
but it's what I use for McGriddles.
Anyway, I love using Carbquik (love that fiber! - though not nearly
the fiber that's in the other recipe) so I wanted to try this.
McGriddles are a lot sweeter than plain pancakes.
They have the whole serving of syrup already baked in
(I guess so you can eat them in the car, without worries about drips on
your clothes when you get to work?).
So anyway, I took your idea for the pancakes, and added a bunch of
syrup, and got a much sweeter version; still not as sweet or maple-y
as the original McGriddles, though.

I used:

1 cup Carbquik
1 cup flax meal
1/2 stick butter, melted
4 eggs
1 cup Atkins pancake syrup

Mix and fry as stated in original directions.
I didn't use the golden flax meal; I don't have any aversion to it but it
would involve a trip to the store, and it's 9 degrees here today.

Yeah, I quadrupled it the first time out.

I love the Atkins, Davinci, etc, syrups for the very reason that
most people don't: they are thin and watery and can be substituted
for water or another liquid in recipes.
(Here, it's subsituted for the milk.)

I got 32 out of the quadrupled recipe, so I fried up 16 sausage patties
(which worked out well because that's all I had left in the freezer)
and made sandwiches out of it all (I can eat sausage with the sweet
maple-flavored pancakes, but not eggs or cheese- it just feels wrong),
wrapped them individually and threw them in the freezer.
I figure I can grab one out of the freezer and by the time I get to work,
it will be thawed, and I can just microwave it for a minute to heat it up.



Per sandwich, I got:
266 Calories; 23g Fat (72.6% calories from fat); 11g Protein; 8g Carbohydrate;
5g Dietary Fiber; 55mg Cholesterol; 102mg Sodium

A happy surprise is that it turns out to be Banta-friendly!
KI = 2.19
Omg. Made these yesterday morning and they were delicious. A single recipe made 8 in my muffin top pan. Fried up breakfast patties to go in them. My granddaughter was on her way to school and tried one. Than she said can I have two. Lol. I had one sausage sandwich and was full for most of the day. Definitely a keeper for us.

The batter stuck to my old nonstick greased muffin top pan. I threw it out and ordered a new nonstick pan from the big A. With prime will have tomorrow. That's how much we loved this recipe.
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Old 02-10-2016, 12:19 PM   #125
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Old 04-29-2018, 05:28 AM   #126
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Still a great recipe.
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