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Old 01-21-2011, 08:40 AM   #3
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Protein MANCakes

Serves 1 person

In a container mix the following:-
2 whole eggs
About 1/4 cup oats
About 2 heaped tablespoons of flower
1/2 teaspoon of baking powder
A dash of milk, just add enough so its not too runny, its meant to be relatively thick

If its too runny add more flower, if its too thick add milk or water.

Put a pan on the stove on a low heat, then some sort of butter or oil in the pan so the MANCake wont stick.

Once the first side is cooked, flip it over, now you have two options depending on your diet: -
1. Cook the other side like normal, then add your favorite toppings like butter, fruit ect.

or

2. As soon as you flip it over, put cheese (as well as anything else like onions or whatever you want) on the cooked size, make sure the pan is on a low heat (we have a gas stove). By the time the cheese has melted, the other side will be cooked, if not just put it under the grill for a few mins. But it has worked every time for me without having to put it in the grill.

Then enjoy!! This is one of my favorite breakfast meals
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