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protein oatcakes

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2004/01/07 22:45:50 (permalink)

protein oatcakes

hi peeps, i havent been on the forum for ages so i thought i would come back with this great recipe.

you will need
150g (or so) of porridge oats, you could use 100g porridge oat with 50g of alpen breakfast cereal as that has fruit and nuts and stuff in it as well.
2 egg whites
2 whole eggs
1 tablespoon of jam (to taste)
2 tables spoons of sugar (pref caster sugar)
1 cup of raisins
50g of whey powder
a dash of plain or self raising flour

pre heat the oven to gas mark 6 or 170c

mix the oats (and alpen if your using that) with the egg whites and whole eggs, mix it until it has no lumps, add a dash of water, about 50 ml or so.
mix in your fruit, whey powder and jam, mix it good.

grease a tray used for fairy cakes and spoon the mixture into the tray, you could also use fairy cup cake holders if you want (the paper things).
heat in the centre of the oven for about 20mins or until the cakes start to go brown.

obviously you can customize this recipe to add whatever you want, dont forget the sugar though as without it the taste pretty bland. #
enjoy!
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    pete66
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    RE: protein oatcakes 2004/01/08 06:39:01 (permalink)
    sounds good, why not splenda or honey instead of castor sugar, any reason??
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    luvvbuzz
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    RE: protein oatcakes 2004/01/08 10:19:04 (permalink)
    no reason really its just what i like to use, i did say its easy to customize this recipe to put in whatever you want.
    i will be posting a new recipe shortly.
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    RE: protein oatcakes 2004/01/08 11:57:06 (permalink)
    hi lb. how many does this make?
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    luvvbuzz
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    RE: protein oatcakes 2004/01/08 13:51:55 (permalink)
    in my cake tins it made about 20, but i guess it depends on your cake tins and the amount you put in them.
    you could actually try using some of those oats so simple breakfast oats that have flavourings in them, if you want some good flavours, but i have never tried that.
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    RE: protein oatcakes 2004/01/08 15:41:16 (permalink)
    thanks lb they sound like they could make a nice bulking treat.

    bit of a tough question - does anyone know roughly how much of the protein in the whey would be denatured by cooking for 20 minutes?
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    RE: protein oatcakes 2004/01/11 14:51:40 (permalink)
    It does not matter, protein gets denatured when you eat it anyway, besides it is broken down into amino acids, which is really what is used to build your muscle.
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