Saturday, March 10, 2012

Single Serving Whole Wheat Pancakes (Low Calorie!)

 Hey Everyone! How is your weekend going? Mines have been alright. I went food shopping (Costco). I also got some frozen yogurt from the Food Court Yum.
So, I know that my sleeping pattern will be messed up tomorrow because of Daylights Saving Time. Really, what is the point of it? I really don't know. I don't think it saves any energy.
Anyway, I made these pancakes this morning. They're quite delicious too, if I say so myself. They're quick and easy to make. They're also really healthy, and can be made vegan. I made dorayaki with the pancakes. All I did was add red bean and made sandwich with two small pancakes. Quick, easy, and delicious. I just had to add red bean paste, because I love red bean. Here's the picture:


Looks delicious, right? They're also healthier than the other red bean dorayaki I made. Anyway, here's the recipe for these pancakes. Enjoy. :)

Ingredients: 

  • 1/4 cup whole wheat flour 
  • 1/4 cup fat free milk (soy milk, almond, your choice)
  • 2 packets of Splenda
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 3/4 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon (optional)
Directions: 

1. In a bowl, mix together the dry ingredients. 

2. Then, mix in the wet ingredients. 

3. Heat a skillet to medium heat. 

4. Cook these "pancakes". Wait for bubbles to form before flipping. 

5. This should make about 4 to 5 pancakes. 2 sandwiches. 

6. Add red bean paste to make the sandwiches Enjoy.

4 comments:

  1. oh myyy nom nom nom!!! Haha! I loove pancakes and I love Asian pastries SO MUCH.....anything like dorayaki or Korean breads with red bean filling is so amazing! Have you tried 'em? Like the peanut streusel top bread? sometimes it's filled with red bean paste. you and I really need to hook up and eat a bunch of pastries together, girl! we have similar taste buds :D

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    1. Red bean is amazing with anything! :) especially in breads. I haven't tried the Korean breads with the peanut streusel top but, I'll have to try it soon! I have eaten chinese pineapple buns (bolo bao) with red bean filling though. Red bean is awesome. There is a Japanese bakery in my town that makes fresh red bean buns, and inside is ALL red bean. They really fill it up and it was the most amazing thing ever!
      And, yes, we really need to hook up and eat pastries together. It'd be really fun pigging out. :) just tell me when and where, and i'll be there. ;)

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  2. arg our milk went bad so is it possible to use water instead of milk for this recipe? i heard beer is okay too..

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    1. Yes. You can use water instead of milk.

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