18 January 2011

Cranberry Oatmeal Pancakes

 Cranberry Oatmeal Pancakes
Created by Snacking Squirrel 

1/3 cup egg whites
1/3 cup frozen cranberries
1 Tbsp hot water
1/2 Tbsp ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp baking powder
Few drops liquid stevia

1. Mix everything together in a bowl
2. Pour over non-stick griddle, medium/med-high heat
3. When bubbles begin to form, flip pancake
4. Plate and serve with your favorite nut or seed butter

For me, it's all about Raw Hemp Seed Nut Butter!

These pancakes are Sugar-Free (minus cranberries),
Gluten-free, Dairy-FreeFlourless and High in Protein


Unknown said... [reply]

I need some hemp nut butter in my life. ahhh!

Jenn @ Peas and Crayons said... [reply]

It looks like a flat muffin -- which means it probably tastes AMAZING! love the cranberry addition too! yum!

Jenn @ Peas & Crayons

Kate (What Kate is Cooking) said... [reply]

I wish I had seen this before I ate breakfast! These would have been great :)

Tine said... [reply]


This looks so so good! Would this work with raisins or dried cranberries?

Rosa's Yummy Yums said... [reply]

A very healthy and original recipe! I've never heard of hemp nut butter before...



Anonymous said... [reply]

This looks super yummy! Good job! :)

Anonymous said... [reply]

Those are gorgeous cakes!! And I really want to try that hemp seed butter!

Joanne said... [reply]

These are filled with sheer decadence. I'm in love.

VEGirl said... [reply]

mmmm, look delicious! Cranberry pancakes (replacing eggs!) may be certainly be on the menu today. I have frozen cranberries in the freezer, as it happens!

Heather Iacobacci-Miller said... [reply]

Oh now those look delish! I always thought I hated cranberries b/c I just equated them to that cranberry jelly stuff out of the can at Thanksgiving.

Jes said... [reply]

Those look so delicious! I must buy those ingredients!

alex said... [reply]

mmm looks good!

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

This sounds right up my alley! I love oats and eggs! Add cranberries and you have a whole lotta goodness!

Meg said... [reply]

Oh my gaga, I love cranberries.

Katie ♥ said... [reply]

I love cranberries and have not had them in forever! These look so good!

Hemp Butter I never tried, it looks like something I would like ; )

Love ya! Thanks for the ring comment, yeah he did a good job on it, major props to the future hubby : )

Lisa (bakebikeblog) said... [reply]

What a wonderful way to use cranberries!

Mary @ Bites and Bliss said... [reply]

Yum!! Love all the "-frees" in the description. :)

Monet said... [reply]

So this is what I need to do with my leftover cranberries. Perfect! I need to eat more breakfasts like this! Thank you for sharing another great recipe with me. I hope you had a great day...and that tomorrow is even better. Hugs!

Anonymous said... [reply]

I wish I had your photo-taking skills! I just baked a cranberry-lemon loaf last week and SO good! Great timing :)

Thank YOU SO MUCH for you AMAZING COMMENT on my post! Gosh...your one of the ones I imagined would do it "perfectly" and I just felt (feel) like a failure in so many ways...and am still so lost and confused about my future.

Thank you truly for even reading me. And keep eating Sweet potatoes :) (p.s i try to focus on recipes without adding in sugar myself - aside from stuff like applesauce, pumpkin, etc. - but sometimes the maple syrup is going in ! :)...and chocolate has a hold on me...! EEPS!)

The Dainty Pig said... [reply]

These look delicious!
Love cranberries.
Hemp Butter is one of my favourites too!

Maryann said... [reply]

This looks delicious! I love adding egg whites to my oats, never thought of anything like this before though!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Wow I must find me some hemp seed butter! :)

Hayley said... [reply]

These look amazing! I am definitely making them soon, on a weekend when I actually have time to make a hot breakfast instead of just throwing something together in 2 seconds. You made them look so good! I hope mine will turn out as well, because nothing I make is ever so fluffy and pretty. xox

Chelsea said... [reply]

Mmm looks so good! I really want to make pancakes one day, but I'm iffy because they don't look that filling and I need my breakfasts to keep me full through 4 hours of class! How long did this keep you full for?

Unknown said... [reply]

so colorful and yummy!
you asked about the black soy beans -- they're more like a dense black bean. They're a bit smaller than a black bean and the taste is slightly different, but I wouldn't say it's anything like edamame.

Alex@Spoonful of Sugar Free said... [reply]

Holy Guacamole that looks soo good! I was just thinking about making a oatmeal pancake....Now I know what recipe to use!!! I think I'll substitute blueberries or prunes, though...not a big fan of cranberries...

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

Gorgeous pancake!!!

Michelle @ Housewife in the Raw said... [reply]

Great photos. I'll have to give these a try - sounds like something my kids would like. Except for the raw hemp butter, no offense, but I'm not thinking it is wonderfully kid friendly. Tis okay - just leaves more for mama!

Toronto GIrl West said... [reply]

I make oatmeal pancakes all the time - but I've never added berries! Good call! :)

Anonymous said... [reply]

Oooh these pancakes look absolutely scrumptious! I've never tried raw hemp butter. What does it taste like? I've had just hemp seeds before, is it similar in taste?

Emily said... [reply]

looks like a delish breakfast! :)

Meri said... [reply]

yum yum- these look so good, with the crackle in the top? thanks for the recipe!

k said... [reply]

holy cow those sound good!!

Anonymous said... [reply]

oh yum! these fit in perfectly with my anti acne diet. and i lurv cranberries. thanks for sharing!

Danielle Discovers said... [reply]

This looks absolutely amazing!! And I am now intrigued about this raw hemp butter... I must find out where to buy this stuff, or at least the hemp seeds to make my own :)

Amy at TheSceneFromMe said... [reply]

I've never tried hemp butter, but if you say its that good, I must!
Your cranberr pancakes look divine, like a pastry I would love!

We Are Not Martha said... [reply]

Ooh I love the way these look! I've been craving pancakes like crazy lately and have a bit bag of dried cranberries I wanted to put in them. Maybe I'll use oatmeal too!


Krista said... [reply]

That pancake looks so amazing right now!

Kayla (Little Miss Healthify) said... [reply]

Kelsey, these are PERFECT! I've got fresh cranberries that need to be used up! THANKS!

Katie Mar said... [reply]

those look absolutely deliiisshh
thanks for a new breakfast addition :)

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