# Pancake Recipe.

#### UK-Dancer

##### Full Member
S: 13st7lb C: 11st4lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 24.7 Loss: 2st3lb(16.4%)
Pro points for pancakes.

Ingredients
140g tesco value plain flour - 13 pro-points
3 average sized eggs - 6 pro-points
200ml tesco value semi-skimmed milk - 3 pro-points

Values
Totals add up to - 22 pro-points
Makes 12 small pancakes - 2 pro-points each.
Makes 6 regular sized pancakes - 4 pro-points each
Makes 3 large pancakes - 8 pro-points each

I've taken the average for everything to work out the pro-points per pancake. They might vary depending on the size of the pancake and products used. Does this sound about right?

#### Lynds24

##### Member
Thanks for this thread. Exactly the info I was looking for )

Happy Pancake Tuesday!!!

#### luvablenat

##### Member
S: 19st11lb C: 19st7lb G: 12st7lb BMI: 46.9 Loss: 0st4lb(1.44%)
Values
Totals add up to - 22 pro-points
Makes 12 small pancakes - 2 pro-points each.
Makes 6 regular sized pancakes - 4 pro-points each
Makes 3 large pancakes - 8 pro-points each

thanks for those!!! we're having pancakes today now i have the propoints lol

#### krispy1012

##### New Member
Hi. I am confused by the maths?

It says total points are 22 however, if you add up the values, they come to 24?

#### krispy1012

##### New Member
To clarify, I mean. 12 pancakes at 2 points each, 6 pancakes at 4 points each or 3 pancakes at 8 points each. They all add up to 24 yet the combines ingredients add up to 22 so I don't understand the mathematics?

#### hannata

##### I can haz cake?
S: 280lb C: 249.0lb G: 208.5lb BMI: 35.7 Loss: 31lb(11.07%)
To clarify, I mean. 12 pancakes at 2 points each, 6 pancakes at 4 points each or 3 pancakes at 8 points each. They all add up to 24 yet the combines ingredients add up to 22 so I don't understand the mathematics?