Orange Cranberry Pancakes {A Guest Post}

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Orange Cranberry Pancakes

Happy Friday! I hope you have had a great week! I am spending the day in Boston again today for work, but I have a fantastic guest here to share an amazingly delicious recipe!! :) I know how much you all love pancakes and this man is the KING of pancakes! We have been following one another on instagram for quite some time now! After drooling over his recipes for at least 6 months I knew I had to get him here to share a recipe!

Tony has an amazing story about a health and weight transformation that is so truly inspiring! He shows us how we can eat delicious food yet still attain our fitness and health goals!! I hope you enjoy his recipe today! Have a great Friday friends!! :)

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Happy Friday Ingredients Of a Fit Chick readers!

My name is Tony and I am the food loving bald man and fitness guru behind the website www.thefitbaldman.com ! I was so excited and honored when Sarah asked me to share a recipe with you. Sarah is such a genuine person with an amazing talent in the kitchen. Her food is absolutely fantastic and has such a warm comforting appeal. Sarah has a true connection with her followers, which I feel is directly related to her positive message. That message being that you can make delicious mouth watering dishes that are health conscious and delicious at the same time! Don’t be a prisoner to bland food any more!

I hope you enjoy this recipe today!

Difficulty: Easy

Prep Time: 5 min. Cook Time: 10 min Total Time: 15 min.

Macros: 431 calories for pancakes. (makes approx. 4 pancakes)
Fat-11g/Carbs-72g/Protein-13g/ Fiber-11g

Pancake Ingredients:

1/2 cup gluten free oat flour
1 egg
1/2 banana mashed
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk
1/4 cup halved raw cranberries
2 TBS fresh squeezed orange juice
1 tsp orange zest
1/4 tsp ginger
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp sea salt

Directions:

1.) Cut fresh whole cranberries in half, making 1/4 cups worth. Zest
1/4 tsp of orange peel and then mix all pancake ingredients together
in a large bowl.

2.) Pour palm size dollops of batter into a pan over medium heat and
cook with coconut oil or non stick cooking spray for 3-5 minutes. Be
careful when flipping, the pancake batter is fragile. Should make
about 4-5 smaller pancakes.

3.) Top pancakes with additional cranberries and orange zest.

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Please feel free to visit me at www.thefitbaldman.com for more delicious creations! I also do product reviews on food or any health and fitness related items so don’t be shy to shoot me an email @

You can also find me on twitter, Facebook and instagram: @thefitbaldman! Have an awesome day Ingredients Of a Fit Chick readers! Always remember
EAT FIT – BE FIT – STAY FIT!

Thank you so much for joining us today Tony!! Make sure you swing over and check out Tony’s page! Also, for a bit of a savory twist, make sure to follow his beautiful girlfriend Stephanie on instagram: @littleone2689 :)

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