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Happy dancing is involved when free stuff finds it’s way into my mailbox!
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Specially, when it involves coffee…
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I was super stoked to find this sample of JAVAPRO in my mailbox last night! But then I was hit with a dilemma – seeing this has coffee…should I skip my second morning cup? Should I have only half a cup? I have been having close to 5 more coffee than should be disclosed on here and I am trying to unsuccessfully cut down so adding a protein shake with coffee was getting me all sorts of discombobulated…(or maybe that was the coffee in my system)…so I figured I would cook the JAVAPRO into my oatmeal pancakes – because I like to think that, much like alcohol’s potency is cooked out in a dish, coffee’s caffeine level is “cooked out” in pancakes! 🙂

All joshing aside though – these pancakes were not only delicious, they were so darn hearty. They are very similar to my oatmeal pancakeswhich won a recipe contest sponsored by the restaurant that serves our office buildings and was on the restaurant menu for a week-yup, am doing some tooting of my horn here! 🙂

JAVAPRO oatmeal pancakes

Today, being Wednesday, I am linking up with other foodies for a food fest of EPIC proportions, hosted by Jenn @ Peas and Crayons!


JAVAPRO pancakes
oatmeal  JAVAPRO pancakesBreakfast consisted of these pancakes and C.O.F.F.E.E.!!!

A busy day meant loads of snacking, which included (not pictured) carrots and peanuts – the perfect balance of sweet and salty! And more coffee – also not pictured.
And …one or two or three of these chocolate scones…I think this must be the 6th batch of these I have made…
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Dinner was chicken seasoned with turmeric, paprika, cumin, salt and pepper and olive oil and a hooooooooge side of broccoli and black beans with onions, ginger and garlic and quinoa and green peppers.

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And dessert – Kemps Butter Pecan frozen yogurt with homemade magic shell consisting of melted coconut oil and dark chocolate chips!
dessert

And that’s a wrap yall – Hope yall have a wonderful day of eats AND treats!

JAVAPRO oatmeal pancakes

JAVAPRO oatmeal pancakes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup ground oats
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 cup almond milk
  • 1 sleeve JAVAPRO caramel protein powder with REAL coffee
  • dash of salt

Instructions

  1. Mix all the ingredients
  2. Ladle 2-3 spoonfuls of mix onto a pan onto a greased pan on medium heat, and cook 2-3 minutes on each side, till golden.
  3. Serve with honey, syrup and yogurt or whipped cream!

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Chris @ Shared Appetite

Monday 12th of May 2014

I don't have the whole coffee problem... I've never had a cup of coffee! Ever! It's just something I've never gotten into... I'm a morning person without it!

These pancakes look awesome! And congrats on winning the contest, that's super cool!

Shashi

Monday 12th of May 2014

What???? Never ever had a cup of coffee??? Oh wise sensei how are you a morning person without it???

hotlyspiced

Wednesday 7th of May 2014

What a great way to use your free gift. I love the look of your pancakes and I also love it when free stuff turns up on the doorstep! xx

Shashi

Thursday 8th of May 2014

Thank you Charlie! Free stop rocks my socks off! :)

Erin | The Law Student's Wife

Wednesday 7th of May 2014

Power up pancake queen! You're working your magic again :)

Matt @ Runner Savvy

Wednesday 7th of May 2014

Drooling over those pancakes!

Shashi

Wednesday 7th of May 2014

They were droolworthy indeed! :)

Lawyer Loves Lunch

Wednesday 7th of May 2014

Homemade magic shell?!? What?!? Must Google and make right now! :)

Shashi

Wednesday 7th of May 2014

Yup - it's actually quite easy and no preservatives like the store bought stuff - its coconut oil and chocolate - here's a link to the recipe http://savoryspin.com/tag/homemade-magic-shell/