Use the recipe calculator and specify the number your mix makes as the serving size, so if your mix makes 8 thin pancakes, type that in the right box and it will give you the calorie breakdown for 1 pancake = 1 serving.
3/9/13 11:21 A
Right now i have 2 ways: do i skip the BF in my Tracker today or do i sit here now for hours and hours to put every single part right in .... Ok, i made pancakes but not the usual ones everyone knows so i can not just put that one in ... my pancakes are done with whole grain flour instead white flour, non fat milk, NO sugar at all, some baking powder, a pinch salt and egg, in the pan with fat free olive oil spray and a mix of thin sliced fresh fruits in the dough while they still in the pan, i make them very thin - not thick as anyone usually know - so i can roll them for my kids with whatever is on ... i don't put anything on my own ones, just plain as they come out of the pan ... And now i have no clue at all what to put in for my own one pancake for BF *lol* (calories etc.) Is anyone top at nutritions to give me at least ca. numbers???
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