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When I first saw this puff pancake recipe posted from Balancing Beauty and Bedlam I REALLY couldn’t wait to try it for my family. I was especially thinking about making it as a new Christmas morning breakfast instead of store bought cinnamon buns they still love. I have already made it twice since I first saw it posted with a few tweaks to the recipe.The first time I made it, it was quite thin as seen above in this picture, so the second time I doubled everything and we liked it better because its a bit more substantial.
Eat it as is or add some fruit on top, honey, maple syrup or even whipped cream if you want! I used my fabulous Cuisinart blender I’ve had for 10 years which is still going strong, dumped all ingredients in and it was ready in 2 minutes to be baked!
This IS an incredibly delicious AND low point breakfast, but it is high in fat. Considering Christmas and all we will eat later in the day, I think its a better option than fattening cinnamon buns. Of course, they still want those too which hubby will make for them and I will be making this!
If you’d prefer it thinner like in the first pic, just reduce all ingredients by half, except the butter. I used my small 8 by 8 glass dish for amounts called for in the original recipe.
Sugar-Free Mom’s Review Rating
- Taste: A+
- Prep time/Cook time: A+
- Family Friendly:A+
- Weight Loss Friendly: B ( I wouldn’t eat this often, but for a special holiday or overnight company it rocks!)
Servings: 8* Calories per serving: 144* Fat: 7g* Fiber: 2g* Carbs: 13g* Protein: 8g* Points+: 4* Old Points: 3*
- 6 eggs
- 1 c. milk, 1%
- 1 c. whole wheat pastry flour
- 2 tbsp. butter
- a dash of salt (optional)
- 1 tsp of Sweetleaf Stevia or 1/2 c. honey ( this will change your nutrition info)
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees and melt the butter in your dish while the oven is warming up. Watch carefully so the butter doesn’t turn brown.
- Blend all the rest of the ingredients in your blender or whisk by hand.
- Pour the mixture into your dish and bake for 15-20 minutes. Mine was perfect at 15.