Peanut Butter Packed Pancake!

January 28, 2014

(This post was modified on April 19th, 2014. I had previously miscalculated the points. This recipe has been modified and is now correct.)


I do love a pancake for breakfast (or any meal, really). Since I’ve been reading blogs and looking on Pinterest for recipes, I’ve discovered all sorts of different ways to make an easy, healthy, low point pancake. You really can’t mess these up either. It’s Banana’s and Eggs, just in a bunch of different combinations with lots of yummy additions to the banana’s and eggs! I made one the other day called a Three Ingredient Pancake! That one was just as tasty as this one, but that was several little thin pancakes, and this is one, big nice and thick pancake!

Peanut Butter Packed Pancake!

Pancake = 4 PPV

Pancake with Toppings = 6 PPV




1/4 Dry Oats

3 Egg Whites

1/2 Ripe Banana, mashed

2 T. PB2 Powder

1/4 tsp Vanilla Extract

1 Packet Truvia (optional)


1/2 Banana, Sliced

1 T. Better n’ Peanut Butter (Or nut butter of your choice!)

1 tsp Honey


Add all ingredients to a blender. (You can mix really well with a fork or a whisk too!)




Pulse just a few times until well blended, but don’t over blend. I have recently discovered this works much better than whisking with a fork in a bowl.

Heat a nonstick skillet over medium low heat. Spray with nonstick cooking spray. Pour batter onto heated skillet and cook for about 3 minutes.




I have a very large spatula (this pancake is 6-7 inches in diameter!!) that made this easy to flip. I think blending the batter made it all stick together well on the skillet! Cook for about an additional 2 minutes.



Top with the other half of the Banana, 1 T. Better n’ Peanut Butter and 1 tsp of honey!



Nice and Thick!





Peanut Butter Packed Pancake




Shredded Mexican Chicken, Corn, Pinto Beans, Salsa








Light Microwave Popcorn




Mahi Taco’s on Corn Tortilla, Black Beans and Rice

One Glass of Red Wine



As I looked over my food for the day, I did a terrible job of eating veggies? Lots of veggies today and an actual workout!

Weight Watcher’s Points Plus

I can eat 26 PPV a day.

I can earn Activity Points by doing exercise, and eat them if I choose.

I have an allowance of 49 extra points that I can dip into throughout the week if I choose.

I should drink a minimum of 6 (8 oz) glasses of water each day.


PreBreakfast = Coffee with Skim Milk (1)

Breakfast = Peanut Butter Packed Pancake (6)

Lunch = Shredded Mexican Chicken, Beans, Corn (6)

Snack = Pineapple (0)

Snack = Popcorn (3)

Dinner = Mahi Taco’s with Beans and Rice and Wine (17)

Total = 33

Exercise = I cleaned house ALL DAY LONG! Like the “on your hand’s and knee’s” kinda cleaning…….

How many glasses of water I drank = Not Enough! 6?

Activity Points Earned for the Day = Cleaning has to be worth something?? 2

Activity Points Earned This Week = 6

Remaining points from my 49 Points Allowance = 23

Alcohol Consumption = Wine



“love the life you live, live the life you love”


4 responses to Peanut Butter Packed Pancake!

  1. January 29, 2014 at 10:23 pm

    Highly recommended! I like to put it in my Oatmeal too! I’d put it in just about anything! 🙂

  2. i saw that PB2 powder at the smoothie place and wondered about it. Now I know!

  3. January 28, 2014 at 5:43 pm

    I never really used to eat eggs much, but I do now because of the protein. They do seem to keep me full. I eat a lot of egg whites, not a lot of whole eggs? I’m not sure if that makes a difference or not. I know some folks stomach’s just don’t seem to like eggs. And honestly, I’ve always been gassy. I claim I get it from my father. I blame him for my legs too. Gas and thick legs. Thanks Dad! 🙂

    I’m glad you are enjoying the blog. Thanks for reading!

  4. I think I stumbled on your blog via Pinterest. I’m glad that I did. II really enjoy it. My question is how does your stomach handle eggs? I’ve had to cut out eggs because they really did a number on my stomach not to mention the gas. I miss eating eggs though.