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Healthy Recipe—Oatmeal Pecan Waffles (or Pancakes)

Oatmeal wafflesTake this breakfast favourite up a notch. Top with return to make it an extra healthful have begun to your day.

ingredients

For waffles: 1 bowl whole-wheat flour 1/2 beaker quick-cooking oats 2 tsp broiling pulverization 1 tsp carbohydrate 1/4 goblet unsalted pecans, chopped 2 large eggs, separated( for flannel-cakes, see note) 11/2 beaker fat-free( skimming) milk 1 Tbsp vegetable oil

For fruit top: 2 beakers fresh strawberries, gargled, branches removed and cut in half( or substitute frozen strawberries, thawed) 1 cup fresh blackberries, bathed( or replace frozen blackberries, thawed) 1 bowl fresh blueberries, cleansed( or substitute frozen blueberries, thawed) 1 tsp powdered sugar

preparation

Preheat waffle iron. Combine flour, oats, baking gunpowder, carbohydrate and pecans in a large bowl. Combine egg yolks, milk and vegetable oil in a separate bowl, and desegregate well. Add liquid combine to the dry ingredients, and whisk together. Do not overmix; mixture should be a bit lumpy.

Whip egg whites to medium pinnacles. Gently fold egg whites into batter( for flannel-cakes, see note below ). Pour batter into preheated waffle iron, and concoct until the waffle cast-iron light-footed signals it’s done or steam stops coming out of the iron. A waffle is perfect when it is crisp and well-browned on the outside with a moist, light, airy and fluffy inside.

Add fresh fruit and a light-footed dusting of pulverized carbohydrate to each waffle, and serve.

Note: For flannel-cakes, do not separate eggs. Mix whole eggs with milk and oil.

nutritional info

4 provides( 1 dishing= 3 big( 2-inch) or 1 large( 6-inch) waffle or pancake)

* 340 calories* 11 g solid* 2 g saturated overweight* 331 g sodium* 50 g carbohydrates* 9 g fiber* 14 g protein

Courtesy National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

Recipes are created and approved by Mary Lindsey Jackson, RN, LDN, Clinical Nutritionist Educator for Mission Weight Management.

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