Nutrition Facts
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Serving Size: 1 serving
Amount Per Serving
Calories 100.8
Total Fat 2.9 g
Saturated Fat 1.1 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.3 g
Monounsaturated Fat 1.0 g
Cholesterol 95.8 mg
Sodium 257.3 mg
Potassium 83.2 mg
Total Carbohydrate 7.5 g
Dietary Fiber 0.2 g
Sugars 0.0 g
Protein 10.5 g
Vitamin A 3.2 %
Vitamin B-12 9.6 %
Vitamin B-6 3.6 %
Vitamin C 0.0 %
Vitamin D 2.9 %
Vitamin E 1.5 %
Calcium 4.6 %
Copper 1.5 %
Folate 7.7 %
Iron 4.1 %
Magnesium 1.7 %
Manganese 2.9 %
Niacin 2.7 %
Pantothenic Acid 4.3 %
Phosphorus 12.3 %
Riboflavin 14.2 %
Selenium 20.6 %
Thiamin 5.6 %
Zinc 3.4 %
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Calories in Cottage Cheese Pancakes

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Submitted by: ATTACKKAT75

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Calories per serving of Cottage Cheese Pancakes

41 calories of Cottage Cheese, 1% Milkfat, (0.25 cup (not packed))

32 calories of Egg, fresh, whole, raw, (0.50 medium)

27 calories of Flour, white, (0.06 cup)


Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

I actually really like these. I halved the recipe and made 6 small pancakes- they were easier to flip. I topped with a mixture of nonfat plain yogurt and low sugar strawberry jam. Made a great dessert! Submitted by:
DESIGNGIRL76

(11/11/08)
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These are easy to make and look like real pancakes -- but that's the best I can say about them. The half-batch I made was runny, had a hard time sticking together, and had an extremely eggy taste. It tasted like an omelette with fat-free cheese. Next time, I'll make an omelette instead. Submitted by:
KATLEWIN

(10/14/08)
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I just mixed all this up last night and cooked them this morning. How YUMMY!

I am not a fan of cottage cheese but I had some I had to use before it went bad. I am glad I did I will be making these more often!

The low carbs is great since my body can't burn them properly. hanks for the idea!
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MAYABREE

(8/26/08)
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I really enjoyed these. Pancakes usually make me want to take a nap after. I love that they are mostly protein and didn't make me feel bloated and tired. The taste was unique and I enjoyed them very much. Submitted by:
_DESIREE_

(7/10/08)
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Made this twice. First time followed recipe exactly and results. Second time I whipped the cottage cheese and added splenda & cinnamon. You have to be patient and WAIT for them to bubble up like regular pancakes. Its worth waiting for. I topped them with lowfat peanut butter. Enjoyed it! Submitted by:
TIAGIN.

(4/18/08)
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Made this and it is yummy. For those not watching their sodium, I would add a little salt next time. I added chopped fresh strawberries for sweetness. Submitted by:
EGGCHICK

(4/8/08)
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I have not seen a cottage cheese pancake recipe since the 1960's weight watchers program recipe. My mom used to serve them to us as children. I will be making this recipe next weekend but will probably use whole wheat flour to add a little fiber. I will make 1/2 a batch since I live alone. Submitted by:
CINDY-K

(4/7/08)
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Just a comment incase anyone is interested in adding FIBER to their diet. I make a Cottage Cheese pancake but use a packet of instant oatmeal instead of the flour and blend in the blender before cooking. This adds a lot of fiber and wonderful texture to the pancakes! Submitted by:
ELAINEHN

(4/2/08)
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I made them but they stuck to the pan! I don't know what I did wrong. I used egg whites, fat free cottage cheese and whole wheat flour. They were still very good. I added a little syrup to bring out the flavor in the pancakes -- just plain they were very bland. Submitted by:
CHAZMO227

(3/31/08)
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This was a great alternative to the usual pancakes. Lower in carbs and higher in protein. We had them topped with warmed boysenberries and a small scoop of low fat icecream.....yummy dessert Submitted by:
MILLY61

(3/31/08)
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Love them! Nice protein source for breakfast (or dinner!) ... I make a big batch of these every few weeks and freeze them for meals in a hurry. Perfect every time! Can change up with spices for even more versatility, make them savory or sweet with added cinnamon and sugar, or diff. herbs and spices. Submitted by:
SUPERDUPER26

(3/31/08)
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Loved them, so did my granddaughter. I used wheal wheat flour and egg whites only, topped with stawberries sweetened with stevia. Sugar Free low Carb syrup works also. Submitted by:
GRACEFULAGER

(3/31/08)
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I adored this recipe!!! Added a bit of Splenda to the mix and vanilla. Ate it with sugarfree syrup and berries. Will definately be using this recipe a lot!!! Submitted by:
GARDENYGIRL

(3/31/08)
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I love cottage cheese. Added a little almond extract to the batter. Then spread with some all fruit spread (no sugar), wrapped it up in foil and ate it on the way to work for breakfast. Thanks Submitted by:
MMHELP1

(3/30/08)
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Very good! I used whole wheat flour, added Splenda & some apple pie spice & mixed it all in the food processor until the batter was smooth & creamy. If my hausband hadn't see me buy the cottage cheese, he would have never known it was in there. Served with Promise light & sugar free syrup. Great! Submitted by:
TNLORI

(3/30/08)
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I loved this recipe. Like that high in protein. Keep you full longer than regular pancakes. Submitted by:
CAROLWARD99

(3/30/08)
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I made it with 1% no salt added cotege cheese, and steel cut oatmeal. Too bland, and not enough fiber, I will try using Fiber One cereal for the oatmeal next time, and maybe add some blueberries. Submitted by:
BACKPACKERLYNN

(3/29/08)
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Very good! I made just one pancake and it filled me right up! It was great w/ some butter and sugar free syrup! Submitted by:
MISSQ22

(3/27/08)
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I liked this recipe and i found that it is rich in calcium iron and protein which is very important to the boday useful for anemic people plus provide us with energy boday need it in the morning . I am going to try it soon by the way i forget to say if you have hypercholestremia do not try it Submitted by:
OHOUD9988

(3/27/08)
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Can't say I would make it again. I added a little cinnamon and a small sprinkle of sugar. I think some vanilla extract would help since it was a little bland. Submitted by:
DANIELLEFREDERI

(3/26/08)
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I think these are as good or better than regular pancakes and I care for a man with diabetes and he can eat these with no worries about his blood sugar raising to high Submitted by:
PAMSKEMALD

(3/26/08)
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That's too much cottage cheese to amount of flour.
Try 1/2 C low fat sour cream instead. Can add the sour cream to a commercial pancake or low fat biscuit mix. It really makes good pancakes.
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CPBONHAM

(3/26/08)
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i'm going to try this with the healthy tweaks~lowfat or fat free cottage cheese, ww flour, eggbeaters, blueberries, flaxseed. Submitted by:
CD2548072

(3/26/08)
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Using egg beaters ,wheat flour and low fat cottage cheese and this is a great healthy change from regular pancakes Submitted by:
PATRICIA441

(3/26/08)
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I totally loved this recipe - I used low fat cottage cheese and egg beaters, and then cut the recipe in half, which made it a nice proportioned meal for one person! Top it off with canned peaches in light syrup - YUMMY! Submitted by:
DREWSMILE

(3/26/08)
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Have a similar recipe and love it. Def. can use low-fat cottage cheese. I actually cream the cottage cheese because I don't like curds. Submitted by:
LKEETON

(3/26/08)
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I made this with substitutions and additions, I used low sodium cttg cheese, whole wheat flour, and added wheat germ and chopped apple. I liked them a lot. I submitted my recipe as a low sodium alternative. Submitted by:
DONNAC228

(3/26/08)
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