Ideal Pancakes

Great for Recovery and Strength Building 

I can not resist a stack of slap jacks with melting butter, as warm sweet maple syrup flows down the sides of fluffy homemade pancakes! These Ideal Pancakes are a great carbohydrate source and allow for omitting specific ingredients. This can allow for macro customizing for individuals goals and daily nutrient requirements.   When I have my second large meal for the day I can pound back anywhere from 6-8 of these delicious warm maple cake treats ! This refills my muscles with plenty of Glycogen and provides the energy needed for intense strength building workouts. 

Ideal Pancakes Ingredients 

1 cup of all purpose flour

2 tbsp sugar ( can sub with stevia)

1 tsp baking powder

1/2 tsp salt

3/4 cup 1% milk

2 tbsp vinegar

1 egg

2 tbsp of melted unsalted butter ( can be omitted )

Ideal Pancakes Cooking Processes 

Mix milk and vinegar and let sit for 5 min.

Combine all dry ingredients and set aside.

Beat egg in separate dish then combine it with the milk mix and  melted butter.

Next combine wet and dry ingredients and mix with whisk or mixer( do not over mix) 

Serving size- 1/4 cup , pour onto medium hot pan. Flip when pancake starts to have a few little bubbles have formed and popped.

Serves 6 – Calories per pancake- 146 (when subbing sugar for stevia and omitting butter 98 cal. per serving)

Ideal Pancakes Nutrient break down( per serving) 

Standard recipe-  fat 5.1g | carbs 20.3| protein 4.1g

stevia and no butter- fat 1.4g | carbs 16.3g | protein 4.1g

Serve with sugar free maple syrup or regular syrup, depending on your nutritional requirements

 

Michael Worley

HI, My name is Michael Worley creator of True Will Aesthetics. My Website is deigned to help men and women around the world build their dream body.A system built specifically for the anatomy of the body and laws of attraction.A shape universally respected and admired throughout the centuries.The Lean, fit, and defined body, The Ideal Physique.
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