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Food: Pancakes

no count friendly pancakes

If I could only have one thing for breakfast, I'd most likely choose pancakes.

To me, pancakes are just little round blobs of heaven created to make your tummy happy.

Now if you mention having pancakes on a 'diet' people will coil away in exasperated horror at the thought of putting them anywhere near your mouth. I mean, if it tastes good it's bad for you right? WRONG.

Now I've blogged before on my 'Filling and Healthy Pancakes' (which would still stand as free on no count) but if I'm honest, sometimes only proper pancakes will do.

SO, I've found a recipe that will make enough pancakes for one person and won't break the smart points bank (at least not on no count.)

Originally sourced from Jaime Oliver, here's how I make my little circles of heaven so that I only have to spend 3 Smart Points on No Count!

Go wild, make your own, add choc chips or blueberries, top with bacon, fill with ice cream. The world, my friends, is your oyster!

"Pancakes" servings="1" time="25 mins" difficulty="easy"

30g Flour

1 egg

1/4 tsp baking powder

35ml milk (2 TBSP)


  1. Separate the eggs into two different bowls.

  2. Whisk the egg whites until they form stiff peaks then set aside.

  3. Add the remaining ingredients to the yolk and whisk.

  4. Fold in the egg whites and combine the two mixtures.

  5. Heat up a frying pan, spray with fry light and cook your pancakes