You'll flip for them

When you are jonesing for a short stack at your local greasy spoon make one of these instead. Yum!

Cottage Cheese Pancakes (with a tropical twist)

1/2 cup Cottage Cheese (I used cottage cheese with pineapple)
1 Egg
2 Tablespoons Whole Wheat Flour (I used Arrowhead Mills Multigrain Pancake Mix)

Whiz in mini food processor. Spray pan with non-stick spray. Cook on low till bubbles appear, flip. Cook till done. Serve with SF Maple Syrup (I use Cary's). Makes 4 small pancakes (pictured) or 8 silver dollar size.

These are very tender pancakes so smaller is better for flipping. They won't get any style points but they taste great. Oodles of protein too.


Bean said...

Once again... my HERO... I had 1 1/2 for breakfast this a.m. I feel SO normal and full :) THANK YOU for posting your reciepes.

Leslie said...

Awesome! Just awesome! You should be hired out as a WLS chef. We have room at our house.

Elena said...

I tried to cook these but couldn't flip them... they were too gooie.. I couldn't pick them up, they just became nothing. Any advice?

Michelle "Shelly" said...

Hey Elena,

Try draining your cottage cheese a little. Sounds like it might have been too wet... or 1/2 cottage cheese, 1/2 ricotta cheese will make a easier flipper... I have a few recipes for those too. Check the search box for: riccotage pancakes.

Hope this helps,

Anonymous said...

i cant remember how many carbs & such are in the cottage cheese pancakes??

Michelle "Shelly" said...

Enter your ingredients at, take the totals you are given & divide by serving size. I don't give nut info on my site because if you use a different group of products things change dramatically. I do ideas... I let you guys do the math ;)


Anonymous said...

THANK YOU!! I made these tonight for dinner and they were very yummy. I used regular flour because I haven't gotten around to buying the good stuff yet, but they still had a nice amount of protein from the cheese and egg.