Skim Milk Powder Pancakes

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  1. charlie

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    :hattip @x-ray peat

    "I put a recipe up somewhere here, will try to find it.
    But roughly it's 1 cup skim milk powder, 1/3rd cup skim milk, 1 egg, a few tablespoons of sugar, blend them up and slowly fry in a pan in some coconut oil
    It's 36grams protein per 100grams - so a cup is around 80grams of protein!
    You can easily get 40 grams of protein, and a lot of carbs, for breakfast."
     
  2. x-ray peat

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    I just checked, thanks goes to @aquaman. Any complaints if it tastes like crap go to him too:)
     
  3. Lightbringer

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    Will try tomorrow !
     
  4. x-ray peat

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    one more tip I found
     
  5. DaveFoster

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    I have issues getting too much protein. I've been averaging 160-180 grams for quite a while.
     
  6. raypeatclips

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    Thanks for this recipe. I wonder what it would be like without the egg. In the recent talk, Sarah said how she has "egg meals" around lunch time and the pancakes for breakfast, so I assumed her recipe wouldn't have egg in it. I'm still waiting on a reply from her.
     
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    Looks like an egg is involved in the pancake.
     
  9. raypeatclips

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    @Lightbringer [​IMG]

    I made a pancake here with just milk powder, milk and salt, to see what would happen. It went okay.

    I do think an egg would have benefited the recipe but I like the idea of egg free pancakes so I can eat eggs as a snack later.
     
  10. lollipop

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    Thank you for this @charlie! I was just thinking earlier how to make these...was going to try and google. Sweeetness....
     
  11. lollipop

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    Actually looks great @raypeatclips, yummy.
     
  12. keith

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    Well????? How was it?
     
  13. Gl;itch.e

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    does it go well with the new Peat Marmalade? :):
     
  14. raypeatclips

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    @keith @lisaferraro Regular pancakes are much nicer. I ate all the batch but they were a bit strange, I think I need to tinker with the recipe more, or maybe have different toppings. I used maple syrup on top to flavour.

    @Gl;itch.e I've not found any organic oranges yet, for some reason all the shops in my area have stopped selling them.
     
  15. lollipop

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    There was a bug that destroyed most of orange crops in Florida this year (or last). Big shortage.
     
  16. Drareg

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    Your food presentation skills need work,how can a pancake not be round?
    You didn't even put it in the middle of the plate, or you could be one of the new hipster alternative chefs doing it all differently?
    Looking at this presentation first thing in the morning will raise serotonin!

    Thanks for the recipe,I really needed a different protein source and this skimmed milk powder is a great and overlooked idea,compared to Peat we are all blind.
     
  17. raypeatclips

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    I see, that's a shame! Hopefully next year produces some, I want to try that marmalade.

    It went into the pan round but it begins to sort of expand and grow with heat, it's not like a regular pancake that stays in the same shape and cooks.

    Doing it differently is always fun. The people that put pancakes into the middle of plates would think it's weird to sit under giant light bulbs and breathe into a paper bag ;)
     
  18. HDD

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    I made the pancakes according to the recipe except I only needed half of the liquid milk to produce crepe like pancakes. I thought they were delicious without any topping due to the 2 Tbsps of sugar.
     
  19. DaveFoster

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    Lol #getrekt @raypeatclips

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  20. ilovethesea

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    Love this idea! Just made these and agree with HDD, you don't need 1/3 cup milk. I used half that and they turned out great.

    I found they cooked really fast - within seconds - so you have to be careful not to burn them.
     
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