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    Hello everyone,

    As I'm sure you all know it's Pancake day next Tuesday, does anyone have any idea of a rough guess at how many pp per Pancake?

    Thank You

    :)
     
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    I count 3pps for pancakes made in my medium size frying pan with as little oil as poss without them sticking. I'll be going to mums on Tues n hers will easily be 5pps each cos her frying pan is huge n she cooka them in lard! Gorgeous tho!
     
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    Any healthy filling ideas? I usually opt for nutella but i'd imagine that to be lots of pps!
     
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    I think i'll stick with the usual sugar & lemon..yuum!! x
     
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    Our leader gave us a very very basic recipe on Thurs
    120g flour
    1 medium egg
    skimmed milk ( can't remember how much)
    And she said this makes 4 small pancakes and they are 6pp each - they used to be 2 points on the old plan but have trebled with pro points

    So be very very careful when your pointing your pancakes - their heavy enough on points.
     
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    Nuttella isn't that bad I don't think. 1pp per teaspoon rings a bell...
     
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    There's a recipe for them in this week's little booklet. Think they are 2 propoints each

    Irene xx
     
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    i like pear and banana in my pancake, and that adds no other pp's to the pancake! if you dont like that then try low calorie jam :)
     
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    I grabbed some ready made ones in the co-op on special offer. 4pp each but 17pp for 4. All pancakes and sugar is tracked ready for tonight. Good job I made low point soup yesterday as well as some zero point ;)
    Enjoy your pancakes tonight ladies and gents! NOMMMM
     
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    I'm filling mine with strawberries n blueberries, if they defrost in time lol x
     
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    Just had mine with chopped banana & golden syrup :-D
     
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