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Pacy Pancakes

Energy 458kcal

Carbohydrate 61g of which sugars 34g

Protein 22.4g

Fat 12.6g of which saturates 2.3g

Fibre 4.2g

(1 Portion) Prep & Cooking Time 10 minutes


1 Banana

1 Free Range Egg

3 Tablespoons of Oats

1 Tablespoon of Honey

2 Tablespoons of 0% Strained Yogurt

Little oil or butter for the pan

Put a large flat frying pan on a medium to high heat, brushed with a little oil or butter.

  1. Whizz up the banana, oats and egg in any blending device.

  2. Once the pan is hot, pour the pancake mix into three puddles on the pan.

  3. In 2-3 minutes they will be firm on the bottom and ready to flip using a thin spatula.

  4. Once the other side is cooked, get them out of the pan and onto a plate.

  5. Dollop on top your yogurt and honey (and anything else you think worthy).

These make a great post morning run feed, particularly after a long weekend morning run! It’s got a decent amount of high GI carbohydrates, which will help the quick replenishment of your muscle carb stores that you’ve used during your run. Compared to your average scotch pancakes these are much higher in protein and more nutrient dense. If it was a particularly hard and long session, then you might want to double up the portion. Try some frozen berries, quickly defrosted in the microwave, and some chopped nuts on top too!

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