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Dukan Diet Cinnamon Pancake recipe

Ingredients Needed

  1. Cinnamon (0.5 tsp)
  2. Eggs (1.0 egg)
  3. Oat Bran (45.0 g)
  4. Granulated Splenda (6.0 tsp)
  5. Fat Free Vanilla Yogurt (0.125 cup)


Wake up to the sweet aromatic smell in your kitchen. There’s no better way to start your day with these Cinnamon pancakes for breakfast. It’s deliciously invigorating. Just the perfect breakfast you need to start your day.

  • These pancakes are so easy to make. The quantity of the ingredients indicated in the recipe above is for a single serving. Just double the quantity of the ingredients to prepare this dish for both you and your partner.
  • First you need to take out your non-stick sauté pan from the pantry.
  • It would be best if you have a sauté pan just for making crepes and pancakes. Using older sauté pans can cause the pancake to stick to the bottom of the pan because of abrasions done to the non-stick surface because of regular use.
  • Measure and prepare all the ingredients as indicated in the recipe above. The measurements don’t have to be too precise because this pancake recipe is flexible. You can actually add or reduce the quantity of some ingredients according to your preference.
  • In a mixing bowl, pour the egg and the vanilla flavoured fat free yogurt. Using a wire whisk, beat the mixture until it’s thoroughly mixed.
  • As an alternative, you may use plain yogurt or your favorite flavour of yogurt instead of vanilla yogurt. Just add half a teaspoon of vanilla extract if you’re using plain yogurt.
  • Add half a teaspoon of cinnamon, 3 tablespoon of oat bran, and 6 teaspoon of Splenda to the egg mixture. Whisk until all ingredients are incorporated properly.
  • Reduce the Splenda content if you don’t want your pancakes to be sweet. Adjust the taste according to your preference. Some people I know also prefer to put more cinnamon powder into the mixture.
  • Place your sauté pan over low heat. Pour the mixture into the sauté pan and let it brown on one side before turning it on the other side.
  • You’ll know it’s ready to turn when bubbles start appearing on the top portion of the pancake. It should be easy to lift the pancake from the pan as well.
  • After browning both sides, serve immediately and enjoy the dish while it is still warm. Bon appétit!
  • Note: Depending on the size of your sauté pan, you may pour all of the pancake batter at once and make just one big pancake or divide the batter in scoops in order to produce smaller but a lot more pancakes.

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Nutritional Information for 1 Serving

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