Healthy Decisions for the Love of Health

Oatmeal Pancakes Fits all programs except 1-A (Sympathetic Dominant*) see Carb-Less pancakes

1 serving

To 3/4 cup of boiling water add 1/2 cup of flaked Wild Oats.  Stir and remove from heat.  Add 1/2 tsp of Cinnamon and Ginger.  Let sit covered until cool.

Add 2 egg whites (4 tbsp of liquid egg whites) and mix well.  Heat a skillet  & add 1/2 teaspoon Extra Virgin Coconut Oil.  Spoon the mixture into the pan and cook until brown on both sides.

You can use the maple apple syrup mentioned below and top them with berries.

Compatible with Body Type:
Breakfast  Slow Oxidizer, Balanced and Mixed Oxidizer, Fast Oxidizer
Morning Snack Balanced and Mixed Oxidizer, Fast Oxidizer
Lunch All if combined with a Salad or Greens
Afternoon Snack Sympathetic Dominant, Mixed Oxidizer or Balanced, Fast Oxidizer
PM Snack Balanced and Mixed Oxidizer, Fast Oxidizer

This Recipe Contains: Protein A, Carb B


Maple Apple Syrup
1/4   cup water
1      cup homemade apple juice
1      tbsp arrowroot or cornstarch
1/4   tsp Stevia Extract Powder
3/4   tsp vanilla flavouring
3/4   tsp maple flavouring

Stir together water, apple juice, and arrowroot powder, cook an additional 2 minutes.  Remove from heat and stir in the additional ingredients.

Refrigerate leftovers in a covered jar.

Carb-Less Pancakes (especially for Sympathetic Dominant)
Flourless pancakes, which can be used for breakfast by Sympathetic Dominant individuals since they can't generally have carbs for breakfast or a.m. snacks. These things look and taste the part and will even fool your family members. Prep time is approximately 2 minutes and cook time is 1-2 minutes depending on if you make one large 10" pancake or 2 regular sized 5" pancakes. You can top them off with ED Smith syrup using sucralose, or eat it without as it is pretty sweet on its own.

Note: Since Sympathetic types are recommended to use only 1/4 cup of fruit B for breakfast or mid morning snack, then the amount of banana will need to be decreased for those meals.
  • 1/2 banana, pureed (pumpkin from a can would probably also work)
  • 2 egg whites
  • 1 tablespoon spoonable stevia or xylosweet or a couple of drops of Lo Han or Stevia 300 x's extract.
  • 1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice (cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, allspice) or just cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract

In a bowl, mash banana flat. Add your sweetner of choice, spice and vanilla. Add egg whites and whip mixture until eggs are foamy (mixture will expand by about half). Pour batter into non-stick skillet. ( Note: You may actually find this easier on a non-stick griddle.) Brown each side and serve.

Compatible with Body Type:
Breakfast Sympathetic, Mixed Oxidizer, Balanced, Parasympathetic
Morning Snack Sympathetic Dominant
Afternoon Snack Slow Oxidizer
PM Snack Slow Oxidizer

This Recipe Contains: Protein A, Fruit B


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