Here's one (not my creation):.
On 5/10/2006, Mary in Oklahoma said...
Medifast Pancakes! Hi everyone - just wanted to share that I've made really tasty pancakes out of the Medifast brown sugar and maple oatmeal. I've done it twice and I've enjoyed them each time. I mixed up the oatmeal with just a little over 1/3 cup of water. Add 3 T of Splenda and mix really well. Heat up a nonstick skillet or use your griddle and spray it well with PAM. Spoon onto the hot surface, making 2 pancakes.
They need to cook a little longer than regular pancakes, too. Flip when they are browned on one side and continue to cook. You can spray PAM butter spray on top and use a little sugar free syrup when they are ready to eat. I think they are good! Hope someone else out there likes them. If you like pancakes, these will hit the spot!..
This sounds great and adds variety to breakfast. I am not the biggest cook, so I wanted to be sure: What does 3T of Splenda mean? Is that tablespoons?..
I tried these pancakes and they were great!! Thanks so much for the terrific idea!..
I tried this yesterday and it turned out really well. I really, really, really hate the oatmeal so it made it palatible for me. Plus, it was really nice to CHEW on something! LOL.
Very filling, too!..
With that Oatmeal Pancake, try Smucker's new Sugar-Free Maple Syrup. It tastes and pours like the real deal...
Wow, I tried these today and they are so good I felt like I was eating real pancakes with the rest of my family. I used Log Cabin sugar free syrup with and it was great. I didn't use a lot of splenda in the pancakes since I don't like them too sweet and they were still delicious..
Since I last tried them, I cut the Splenda waaaaaaaay down and they taste a lot better to me. I find the Splenda to be a little bitter in large quantities..
I only used one packet of it and they were delicious!.
Just my two cents.
Everybody using SF pancake syrups be careful a lot of them have like 12 g carbs from "sugar alcohols" which still count..