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3 Ingredient Cottage Cheese Pancakes (High Protein & Gluten Free)

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Cottage Cheese Pancakes made with eggs, oatmeal and cottage cheese.

Here is my prediction: this Cottage Cheese Pancake will soon be one of the most popular breakfasts of humankind.

I know it’s a bold statement, but there are six strong indicators pointing to it. Let me elaborate:

First, it’s super simple to make. The basic recipe just calls for three ingredients: Cottage cheese, eggs and oats and from start to finish you need a maximum of 12 minutes.

Second, eggs are celebrating a huge comeback.

After being looked at suspiciously for decades, a new study has shown that there is no link between eggs and cardiovascular disease.

In other words eggs are super nutritious and not bad for you.

Third, these cottage cheese pancakes are gluten-free, which is very important these days, haha (note: make sure your oats are labeled gluten-free, because they’re sometimes processed in the same factory as gluten-containing grains!)

Fourth, this pancake – because of it’s ingredients – is a 100% natural, no extra powder added, protein powerhouse.

Next to gluten-free, high protein products are the rage nowadays and these tasty pancakes definitely tick that box. How about 26g of protein for breakfast? You’re welcome.

Fifth, all three ingredients help with weight loss because of their satiating effect, making these pancakes an excellent breakfast, even for people on a diet.

Sixth, they taste bloody good. Period.

Eggs are surging through on a comeback, and gluten-free and high protein are taking over the world.

To top it all off, convenient, great tasting weight-loss recipes are an evergreen and always will be.

See the puzzle falling into place? I do. Since the cottage cheese pancakes are riding high on all these trends, they’re a sure bet to become the world’s most popular breakfast from 2016 on (and I bet these cottage cheese bites will be up there too!).

I even ditched my long time favourite the Banana Egg Pancakes for this one!

In case you’re still harbouring any doubts, let’s move to the health section.

Cutting into a stack of oatmeal cottage cheese pancakes


Cottage cheese

Cottage cheese belongs to the healthiest cheese groups out there, being low in carbs, low in fats and loaded with proteins ( no wonder we love cottage cheese recipes).

On top of that, cottage cheese is also high in micronutrients like calcium, vitamin B12, vitamin B2 and lots of other nutrients. Dang!


Oats are one of the healthiest grains mother nature came up with. They’re high in fiber, proteins and a whole host of other nutrients.

As a further example, oats have been linked to lowering the risk of heart disease and diabetes.

Oats can also keep you feeling full for longer which can help to stop you reaching for an unhealthy mid morning snack.


Eggs raise HDL, the “good” cholesterol. HDL stands for High Density Lipoprotein. Higher levels of HDL can lower risk of heart disease, stroke and various health problems. Check out our other high protein egg recipes for more eggy inspo!

Not too bad for a breakfast pancake, right?

So tell us:

  • Do you think these pancakes have the potential to be more successful than breakfast cereal?
  • What is your favourite breakfast dish?
  • In general, what was the last dish you’ve been extremely excited about?
  • Could you imagine having a smoothie with raw eggs for breakfast?

Edit: Since we released this recipe, they have become my absolute, no doubt favourite breakfast of all time. I seriously love them – Howie was right all along. Dave.

Health benefits

These cottage cheese pancakes are high in protein, low in carbs, gluten free (if that sounds good, you need to check out our vegetarian low carb breakfasts!). we could go on! The reason this dish is so healthy is because of the amazing qualities of it’s individual ingredients.


We’ve covered some of the most common questions about this recipe, but if you can’t find an answer to yours let us know in the comments section.

Can you freeze cottage cheese pancakes?

Yes, simply let them cool and freeze either flat, or with grease-proof paper between each pancake to stop them sticking together. 

Can you make the mixture ahead and store it in the fridge?

You can definitely blend the mixture up and keep it prepped in the fridge for up to 2 days. 

How many carbs do they have?

32g per serving – a lot less than their traditional flour based counterpart.

What about protein?

These cottage cheese pancakes are super high in protein – 26g per serving in fact!

Are these cottage cheese pancakes gluten free?

Yes, just make sure to choose oats labelled as gluten free.

Do I need to cook the oats before using them?

Nope, just pop them in the blender and you’re good to go.

Will this mix work for waffles too?

Whilst we haven’t tried it ourselves, our awesome readers have reported back that this recipe does indeed work for waffles!

Cooking tips

If you want to become a cottage cheese pancake flipping master, then try out these tips to achieve a fluffy golden pancake every time. 

  • Use a non-stick pan! This probably makes the biggest difference when making these cottage cheese pancakes.
  • Make sure you have enough oil or butter on the cooking area of the pan, it helps the pancakes to cook a lot smoother all over and they shouldn’t break apart.
  • Fry with a lid on when cooking the first side (around 9 minutes) and then flip and cook without a lid for a further 1-2 minutes to brown the other side. Check out the video in the recipe section for full details on this.
  • Try cooking multiple small pancakes to begin with, as they’re much easier to flip and control compared to one giant one.

What our readers are saying

Absolutely stellar! Thank you!! I made these as a special treat for Mother’s Day b’fast, and was amazed at how light and fluffy they were!

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You are God-sent. What’s more both of you are so humble replying to every query. Thank you. Tried it today as lunch and was amazing and so filling. I didn’t quite get the pancake right but the suggestions of others has been helpful. Great work guys!

Abbie ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

OMG! Thank you soooooo much for the cottage-cheese-pancake recipe. I haven’t had pancakes in years (since being diagnosed as a Type II diabetic). Made this in the food processor, used coconut oil in the skillet. Gotta say they actually turned out better than any of my pre-diabetic attempts at pancakes!

Sheryl ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Cottage Cheese Pancakes
4.74 from 119 votes
26g of natural protein. Just three ingredients: Cottage cheese, eggs and oats. 12 minutes from start to finish. You won't be disappointed!
Diet: gluten-free
Prep Time:3 minutes
Cook Time:9 minutes
Total Time:12 minutes
YouTube video



  • Get a bowl or, even better, use a blender.
  • Throw in all the ingredients and whisk/mix until smooth.
    ⅓ cup low fat cottage cheese, ½ cup rolled oats, 2 eggs, Salt to taste
  • Add the oil (or butter) to a pan and fry the batter on low to medium heat.
    1 tsp coconut oil
  • Flip with a spatula once bubbles start to appear. Cook until both sides are golden brown.
  • Simple as!
    Cottage Cheese Pancakes are ready to eat | Hurry The Food Up


Nutri info: We used low-fat cottage cheese to reduce the calories and saturated fats for this pancake. Go for regular cottage cheese, if you like!
Tip: Any berries you like can be used. I definitely recommend whatever your fave is, or whatever is in season near you! Fave toppings can be used as well.
Make-ahead? Yes, just keep toppings separate.
Freezable? Yes! Again, either the batter or the pancakes.
Here are some ideas on how to pimp these pancakes up! (All optional of course)
Batter ideas:
 1 tbsp of coconut powder
* A small handful of hazelnuts, almonds or walnuts
* 1 tbsp of peanut butter
* 1 tbsp of protein powder
* 1 tbsp of raisins
* 1 tsp of cinnamon
* 1 tsp of vanilla extract
* A few thin slices of apple or pear
Topping ideas:
* Honey
* Maple syrup
* Cherries, strawberries
* Yogurt
* Sugar and lemon juice
You’ll need a non-stick pan for successful pancake action, but that’s it. See what you think about this pan.
I recently started using coconut oil instead of butter for frying. It works great, especially for pancakes! If you want, give this one a shot.
IF YOU LIKED THIS RECIPE: Then you definitely have to check out our Banana Egg Pancakes! Probably even easier to prepare and absolutely delicious. Or if you’d rather like to go into no milk, no egg direction, check out our roundup of these 24 awesome vegan pancakes!


Nutrition Facts
Cottage Cheese Pancakes
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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If you liked this, you should definitely try our cottage cheese fritter recipe too!


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  1. I wonder if it could be used to make waffles?

    1. It’s a nice idea, but I don’t think it will work. These take a little care to cook softly and I have the feeling a waffle machine would be too intense for them. You could give it a try though! I think I will too 😀

  2. 5 stars
    Just browsing (healthy) recipes and came across these pancakes. So I decided to give it a go based on all the great comments. Well they weren’t wrong. Simple and quick and they taste FANTASTIC! I will be making these on a regular basis.

    1. Aww, thank you Barbara! That’s made my day. I appreciate you writing, really glad you enjoyed them!

  3. Honestly, I just put some dark chocolate chips in mine and then no topping is necessary. They are the best!!

    1. Ooh nice idea!! Will try as well!

  4. In the video it shows 1/2 cup each of oats and cottage cheese and 3 eggs yet the printed recipe amounts are different. Will this recipe work either way?

    1. Hi Judy, good point. Yes the recipe works exactly the same, we just reduced the amounts proportionally. We kept the higher calorie version of the recipe here, if you prefer that. I hope it helps 🙂

  5. 5 stars
    Delicious.. best 3 ingredient pancakes I have ever made!! Thx for the awesome recipe

    1. Woohoo, happy to hear it, Lois! Thank you for saying so!

  6. 5 stars
    Looks amazing and I love the protein content! Have to buy the ingredients! Can I make the batter the night before? Thanks!

    1. Hi Angela, yep, no worries, you can make it the night before! Just keep it covered and in the fridge and it will be fine. Enjoy, I’d love to hear what you think after!

    2. Yes, you can deffo make the batter the night before. It’s also freezer friendly (again the batter or pancakes themselves)! Looking forward to getting your feedback Angela! 🙂

  7. 5 stars
    These are awesome. I tripple the recipe as had to feed hungry teenagers. These are so tasty and fluffy. I added some cinnamon too. Thank you

    1. Hahaha a hungry bunch, no doubt! I’m glad you all enjoyed them, great stuff!

    2. Really awesome! I hope the teens enjoyed them too! And cinnamon is a pretty great addition, thanks for your feedback! 🙂

  8. 5 stars
    I literally just made these. Smh These things are great! Myfitnesspal app counts these as 31g of protein, if I could only give 6stars!

    1. So good they turned out tasty! And yep, the protein amount is really high!

  9. The video says 1/2 cup cottage cheese and 3 eggs but the recipe calls for 1/3 cup cottage cheese and 2 eggs. Which is correct?

    1. Both is fine! Depends how large you’d like to have the pancake. The current ingredient amounts fit to the nutrition card info 🙂

  10. 5 stars
    These are my favourite and I have been eating these for decades. I’m not too sure where this recipe comes from, but I’ve got my version from The South Beach Diet cookbook ( which is great, but the way). I use only 1/4 cup cottage cheese, but add cinnamon and nutmeg (and other spices if I feel like it). I’ll try it soon with the 1/3 cup. It’s a high protein breakfast. Love it.

    1. Nice one Trish, agreed, awesome high-protein breakfast! Your other version sounds very Christmassy, I might have to try it soon! I’m going to have gingerbread pancakes soon and they’re delicious as well! ( if you’re interested!)

  11. So how many pancakes do you get in a serving?

    1. Hi Christine! It’s one very large pancake, or two medium-sized 🙂

  12. is the 367kcal the whole recipe? what’s the serving size? thanks 🙂

    1. Yes, that’s the entire pancake. One pancake = 1 serving 🙂

  13. Why is this recipe so overblown?

    1. With what? Good taste? 🙂

  14. 4 stars
    I love these but to really make them five star I recommend adding a teaspoon of baking powder – makes them just that bit fluffier without sacrificing nutrition or taste

    1. Hi Adele! I haven’t tried it like that before, but sounds good! I will test it that way the next time I make them 🙂 thanks for the tip!

  15. 5 stars
    Came out great, thanks for a new favorite!

    1. Hi Bethany, that is awesome to read, thank you! Really glad you love it, me too! I’ve been making this recipe for years and it never gets old (though I do switch up the toppings now and then) 🙂

  16. Have you tried oat flour in place of oatmeal? Blending the oatmeal is kind of the same thing, the flour would just be a finer texture.

    1. oatmeal flour definitely works here!

  17. 5 stars
    Game changer. My carb loving husband likes it and my picky toddler wolfs it down. Thank you!!

    1. Coool! Glad your family enjoyed the recipe! Honestly it’s one of my favorite too 🙂

  18. 5 stars
    I was pleasantly surprised by both the texture and taste. I had one medium-sized pancake with strawberries and a teaspoon of cream for breakfast with a coffee and it was just as delicious and more filling than my usual flour and milk based recipe. And I loved the easy prep and being able to store the batter in my ninja blender cup. Thank you for this great recipe!

    1. This is honestly one of my family favorite breakfasts! And I bet strawberries and cream suit amazing! Thank you Emma! 🙂

  19. 2 stars
    Wishing I liked eggs, but I do not. This recipe is simply scrambled eggs to me.

    1. I see! Sooo….did you try the recipe?

  20. Great easy recipe, but a bit too eggy for me for a pancake. Thinking about reducing to 2 eggs, adding in a bit more cottage cheese & oats, and perhaps a dash of cinnamon in the mix.

    Do think I might be able to add veggies & cheese to the existing recipe to make it into a light omelet.

    Anyone try either modification?

  21. Pancakes are so good and there are endless savory possibilities. Made with cottage cheese with green onion [what I had] and tasted each bite with a dab of every condiment that I had that would go with a savory pancake. End result: the green onion flavor didn’t really come through, and my favorite condiments were a dab of Sambal Olek with a dot of Maggi, or a dab of Colavita Raspberry Balsamic Glaze with a dot of Iguana Atomic Pepper Sauce. I also tried General Tso’s and it was good too.

    1. Agreed, the so many possibilities! Nice choices you’ve made there too. I’m quite enjoying cheese, rocket/arugula and chutney at the moment :). Thanks for sharing your ideas!!

  22. I just made this recipe and it’s delicious! Instead of one big pancake, I made three smaller ones. I also sprinkled a tiny bit of sugar on the top of each before flipping them over. Served with plain yogurt and raspberry sauce. So easy and yummy! Thanks.

    1. Really glad they turned out tasty, Rosie!! Good idea with the sugar 😀

  23. 4 stars
    Loved this recipe! I made it at first wthout blending – that was a bit of a mess with 4 small pancakes; then I blended the rest of the batter – beautiful! This may sound weird, but I made mine into a veggie breakfast by topping with frozen 3 pepper/onion blend that I fried in the pan after the pancakes and topped with that plus pineapple salsa. Delish! Thank you!!

    1. Yay, awesome Kate! Haha it doesn’t sound weird, I make all my pancakes savoury now. The pineapple salsa is new to me but I bet it’s delicious!

  24. 5 stars
    My daughter is so picky, her vegetarian (of her choice) diet consists of pizza and pasta. I struggle to get her to eat anything whole grain or any protein at all! She HATES cottage cheese, eggs and oats. After serving these for breakfast today, she asked: “What are these made from?” I honesty listed the three ingredients. Daughter: “That’s a way you can get me to eat oatmeal, cottage cheese and eggs!”

    1. Hey Inka, that’s AWESOME! Exactly what we’re trying to do – encourage healthier eating one step at a time :). One tip regarding the pasta – you could slowly replace one uncooked spoonful of regular pasta with whole grain pasta at each meal, eventually leading up to something like a 50/50 mix. That way your daughter should (hopefully) get used to it over time, and she’ll be eating much more whole grain, too. See you around!

  25. 5 stars
    Love love love this recipe!!! Thank you for sharing!!!

    1. Yayy!! That’s awesome, Kim. Thanks for writing!

  26. Recently found this on Pinterest and I’m in love. So delicious and filling. I added frozen blueberries for my daughters (2.5 years and 14 months) and they ate them up too. Neither will eat eggs on their own, so I love finding a healthy way to start them out with good protein.

    1. Hi Lori, ahh that’s great! I’m glad you’ve found us. Yes, my little ones are the same – they’ll snaffle up any pancakes and it’s great to know they’re made of eggs and cottage cheese – as you say, the protein content from them is incredible!

  27. 5 stars
    My friend Mary R. told me about these today. I cooked them immediately when I got home. THEY ARE AMAZING. The key is definitely to “blend until smooth”. I would love to post a picture! I am not a chef at all and this was my first time making homemade pancakes. DELICIOUS, easy and fun too. My daughter also loved them- a toddler! No more store bought crapola for us. Thank you for sharing recipe!

    1. Thank you too, Jeannie! Really happy you and your daughter have enjoyed them. Haha my daughter absolutely loves cottage cheese too, in or outside of a pancake 😀

  28. Do you think I could use almond flour instead of oats- I can’t have oats or flour (except almond and coconut)?


    1. Hi Julie, I don’t see why not at all! I’d probably cut down on the amount a bit – maybe half to start with. Then add a little more as you go and make sure it’s not too watery. Enjoy!

  29. 5 stars
    I found your Web site recently as I was looking for recipe and meal prep ideas, and coincidentally enough was planning my own 30-Day Veggie Challenge starting October 1st (which I’m instead starting tomorrow thanks to your inspiration!). Many, many moons ago I was veggie and then vegan for quite some time (and while living in Europe last year cut out a lot of meat products to keep my grocery bills low) — very excited to get into easting that is better for me AND the planet, thanks for the recipes and information! I now live in southern California; it is very hot here, and your delicious recipes don’t require me to spend ages in front of the stove and oven.

    1. Hey Thomas! Great that you found us, and it sounds like you’ve got your plan sorted . Good luck, enjoy, and let us know if we can help!

  30. 5 stars
    I love the simplicity of your 2-3 ingredient pancakes! And the fact that they all taste great! When I made these Cottage Cheese pancakes, I blended up the dry oats till they were more of a flour texture, then added other ingredients and blended it together. With only using the 3 ingredients, I found them dry, so I fixed that with a bit of Fruit Honey spread. I am excited to try adding in different things to the recipe and see how they turn out!

    1. Yes! Experimenting with toppings is half the fun. I’ve just cooked some too – with coconut oil for cooking, and chia seeds in the batter. Yummy!

  31. 5 stars
    OMG! Thank you soooooo much for the cottage-cheese-pancake recipe. I haven’t had pancakes in years (since being diagnosed as a Type II diabetic). Made this in the food processor, used coconut oil in the skillet. Gotta say they actually turned out better than any of my pre-diabetic attempts at pancakes!

    1. Awesome, Sheryl! Sorry to hear about the diabetes, but I’m really glad to hear you can enjoy pancakes again!!!

  32. 5 stars
    What can we use instead of eggs in this one, I’m a vegetarian and I don’t eat eggs

    1. Hi Rahul, I think I’d probably go for these eggless pancakes instead: The eggs are pretty crucial. Alternatively, if you really want the cottage cheese, you could try switching out the eggs for a banana and a drop of milk. Add the milk slowly so you don’t make the batter too thin 🙂

  33. Going to try this recipe today!!! Nervous but excited (nervous because I’m a perfectionist, and don’t want to make a mistake while cooking). Going to use my mini pancake pan 🙂

    1. Good luck, Liz! Hope they’ve turned out perfectly 🙂

  34. Can these be made without the oats? Can they be made with egg whites only instead of the whole eggs?

    1. Hi! The oats definitely help to give it that extra ‘pancake’ texture – but you could try this one: if you want to skip the oats :). You could also experiment without the yolk in that one!

  35. 4 stars
    Your recipe sounds yumm! Will definitely give it a try. However, I was wondering if we can substitute eggs with something else?


    1. It’s hard to say in this one! You could definitely try a banana or two, and maybe a drop of milk mixed in, and a good blend. I can try myself the next time I make it 🙂

      1. Thank you. I am not a good cook so I will just stick to this recipe for now :). However, if you do try without eggs please do let me know.

        1. I definitely will! Enjoy the recipe (you won’t taste the egg if that’s what you’re worried about). Just remember to use a decent non-stick pan, it makes all the difference when it comes to flipping a nice, smooth pancake 🙂

          1. I tried and it turned out great. Thank you.

          2. Yaay, great to hear Mehtab 😀

  36. This recipe looks like a winner. I take care of my 81 yr old mother along with my 11 yr old son and I’m always looking for new ways to add protein to our diets. My mom loves all three ingredients though my son only likes eggs but he loves pancakes. We’re going to have this for breakfast tomorrow. Thanks for the idea it looks great.

    1. It’s a winner to be sure! I definitely recommend using a good non-stick pan for best results. Enjoy! 🙂

  37. Just made these and absolutely love them! Came out better than I hoped for after trying various other recipes for flour-less pancakes. Definitely a keeper. Thank you so much.

    1. Yay, that’s great Maureen! Really pleased they turned out well. They’re a personal fave of mine so I’m always glad when they work out for somebody else too 🙂

  38. 5 stars
    Do you think I could blend up a batch and store in fridge to use over the week? Looking to switch up morning routine from baked oatmeal and hard boiled eggs but want to keep it simple and protein packed to keep all of us going strong until lunch.

    1. Hi Melissa! Good question. You could definitely blend it up and keep it prepped, but personally I’d probably only store it for about 2 days, not more. I don’t think I’d trust open eggs for much longer than that! I hope that helps. If you want a break from baked oatmeal, you might like overnight oats instead – they’re always ready straight away in the morning 🙂

      1. 5 stars
        My solution was to make a double batch and cook smaller-sized pancakes to use during the week. I store them in the fridge with parchment or waxed paper between them, as they sometimes stick together. They are easy to reheat (microwave, toaster oven, etc.) in minutes. I find them to be delicious served cold, too.

        1. Ok, I’ll have to copy that! Thanks Rhonda 🙂

  39. 5 stars
    I get tired of eggs every morning, and I love that these provide even MORE protein while allowing for some variety. I linked to this recipe from my recent blog post (giving you full credit, of course). I hope you don’t mind!
    Happy National Pancake Day!

    1. Thanks for the heads up Jenn, we’re glad you found us! Who needs all that sugar after all? 😉

  40. 5 stars
    This recipe is the BOMB! Followed the suggestion to use 2 eggs and then added 1/3 cup more oats because it looked too runny. I added a dash of cinnamon and 1 teaspoon vanilla, also. It was so delicious and filling! I had fresh peaches sliced on top and still could only eat half. I reheated that wrapped in foil in my toaster oven and enjoyed it this morning! Yummy goodness, yummy wholesomeness! Thank You!

    1. Glad you loved it Rhonda!! That’s awesome to hear. The recipe additions sound great, I particularly like the peach idea. Will give it a go, thanks!

      1. 5 stars
        Oops! Need to edit my previous comment: 1 egg, 1/2 C cottage cheese, 1/2 C oats, 1 tsp vanilla, dash of cinnamon are my ‘adjusted’ measurements for this BOMB of a recipe. Toppings have included sliced peaches, sliced banana, or other fresh fruit on top of spoonful of unflavored yogurt. Delicious and so filling.

  41. 5 stars
    Amen about the non-stick pan! I had a mess on my hands, though what I salvaged was yummy. Topped with a microwaved diced peach puree for a sauce.

    1. So good to hear you still liked the pancake scramble!! 😉
      Peach puree sauce sounds good btw

  42. Allergic to oats, could quinoa flakes be used instead of the oats?

    1. Hi Jill, to be honest I had never heard of quinoa flakes until I saw your comment! A quick google tells me they can be used pretty interchangably with regular oats, so I don’t see why not. That actually sounds pretty cool. I’m now going to try and hunt down some quinoa flakes in Hamburg. Thanks for the question!

  43. 5 stars
    My wife and I loved he pancakes. Later this summer we’ll be having 17 kids & grandkids at our cottage for a couple of weeks. If the recipe is quadroupleddo the ingredient ratios stay the same? Like 2 cups each cottage cheese and rolled oats, and one dozen eggs?

    Thanks, Bruce

    1. Hi Bruce, glad you enjoyed the pancakes so much, that’s great to hear. Haha wow, that’s a busy cottage (now I see why you’ll need so much cottage cheese :D). Yes, the ratio stays the same, and in fact, if you look next to ‘servings’ in the ingredients section, you’ll see a little slider that you can adjust, and it’ll tell you exactly how much of what you need. Hope that helps, good luck with the cooking!

  44. Since you seem to have knowledge about foods one can get in germany, what is your thought on the taste difference if i use quark instead of cottage cheese. I am not a fan of the texture of c.c.

    1. We certainly do, we all live in Germany :). I’ve never tried it with quark, but I can imagine it would still be good. If you go for one of the plain quarks (as opposed to the herb ones) I can’t imagine the taste would be all that different really, especially with toppings. The cottage cheese loses it’s texture because it’s blended but if you really don’t like it then I would certainly try the quark. I’ll also give it a go so I can see for myself. There’s only one way to find out, right? 😉

  45. 5 stars
    Thanks for the recipe. I turned it into a Kaiserschmarrn by accident but it was delicious.

    1. Nicee, glad to hear you liked the pancake. Well, when it’s Kaiserschmarrn style already then a couple of almonds and raisins caramelized in brown sugar as a topping shouldn’t be missing either 😉

  46. 5 stars
    Hi! Thank you so much for this recipe. It didn’t occur to me that you could get such yummy pancakes out of just three ingredients and I love how satisfying they are—they actually keep me going until lunch. Have been making them with my immersion blender: 2 eggs plus a 1/3 cup each of oats and cottage cheese seems to be just the right amount for me. Last couple times I’ve added about 1/2 tsp baking powder to get them into fluffier pancake territory, and vanilla and/or lemon zest is so nice too. Very flexible and nutritious/delicious recipe. Thanks again!

    1. Glad you liked the recipe Elle! Yees, it takes a bit of testing and such, but we’re always excited when we get a tasty result with very few ingredients. Baking powder is a great add, I’m sure!

  47. 5 stars
    Fantastic recipe for me because the protein and oats really fill me up. It should be noted that using a blender/ food processor makes a much more pancake like result than whisking because it breaks up the big chunks in the cottage cheese. I also reccomend a bit of baking powder for fluffyness.

  48. 5 stars
    These pancakes are amazing! I put the mixture in my belgian waffle maker and made one huge waffle. Topped it with some strawberries and YUMM.. and super easy too!

    1. Thank you, Lesa! I still haven’t tried them in a waffle maker (we don’t have one) but I’m hearing all sorts of good things! Your timing is perfect – I’m making the pancakes (in a pan) for breakfast tomorrow. I have all the ingredients lined up and waiting to go – now I’m looking forward to them even more! 🙂

  49. I tried making these pancakes. First, I sprayed down avocado oil on the pan then poured some of the pancake mixture in and it completely stuck to the pan. I couldn’t flip it. The second time I put a lot of coconut oil down before cooking the pancake and the same thing happened- it completely stuck to the pan. Can you let me know what I’m doing wrong? I would like to try them again. Thank you.

    1. Hi Laura! Sorry to hear you’re having trouble with the pancakes. Let’s get to the bottom of it. First, could it be the pan? It really needs to be non-stick, and in very good condition. I’ve found (through my own unfortunate and careless use) that once pan has a few scratches on it it’s pretty useless for something delicate like pancakes. Do you have a waffle iron/griddle you could try instead? I see lots of people have had success with them in the comments, maybe that could work for you? Otherwsise, I haven’t tried them with avocado oil, though coconut oil usually works just fine. Hmm…let me know about the pan idea and we’ll take it from there 🙂

  50. When I calculate the calories, I get 320. I use 2% lowfat cottage cheese. Could that be the difference? I’m looking forward to trying this recipe. Sounds delicious and nutritious! Thank you!

    1. Yep that can indeed be the difference. I used 10% fat cottage cheese to create the nutrition label. I’m a fan of these pancakes, hope you’ll like them too 😀

      1. Has anyone tried these in the waffle iron? I plan on trying them both ways, just curious. Thank you.

        BTW, Howie, your comment “Grease is where it’s at” had me hysterical. I like your way of thinking. I feel the giggles coming on again. Funny stuff.

        1. Hi Dee! I’d like to try these out in the waffle iron, but I don’t have one unfortunately. Maybe Dave can help you out, I’ll ask him.
          Haha, yeees we do like a bit of humour on our blog!
          It get’s us in trouble as well sometimes though 😉

  51. We had to come back on here and thank you for this recipe! This is a staple in our house after a celiac diagnosis. We had tried so many disappointing gf pancakes recipes – this one is delicious and the kids love it.

    1. Wow, thank you Jane! We really appreciate you telling us – and are very glad you like the pancake so much. It’s my favourite too 🙂

  52. 5 stars
    I used a regular skillet, not nonstick, and it worked perfectly! Just got to slightly grease it up! About to have it with banana and maple syrup!

    1. Yep, grease is where it’s at 😀
      Hope the pancake turned out well!

  53. 5 stars
    Picky 4y/o twin nephews just DEVOURED a whole plate of silver dollar pancakes! I’ve taken command of sister’s kitchen to steer them away from the miserable S.A.D. that was making them all sick. t
    This recipe deserves ten stars!!!
    I made the first dozen tiny, thinking that larger would be impossible to flip…then I experimented and made a few as big as the skillet, and they were GORGEOUS! Gives me the idea to make the batter a little thinner and make all-purpose tortilla-style wraps.
    THANK YOU!!!!

    1. 5 stars
      BTW, I quadrupled the recipe for a family of six, and everyone stuffed themselves to the gills. These fill you up without that heavy, bloated feeling you get from flour pancakes…and for one of my nephews (who doesn’t eat meat or eggs) they were more protein than he normally eats in two days. 🙂

      1. hahaha, on that note: Your comments inspired me to purchase a kitchen grill that allows me to make 4-6 pancakes at once. Can’t wait till it arrives 😀

    2. Haa, so cool you like the pancakes, Jeanette!
      Yess, when i started looking into the world of pancakes I was super surprised that one can make them healthy as well, even without flour and all 😀
      The tortilla idas is veeeery cool! Will have to try that out too 😀

  54. 5 stars
    Great recipe! Thank you!

    1. Any time James! Really glad you enjoyed 🙂

  55. These look delicious! I was just wondering, how many grams is a half a cup of cottage cheese and how many grams is a half a cup of oats? I would assume it’s not the same amount, since half a cup of cheese would weigh more than a half a cup of oats 🙂 I am all new to this cooking thing and I wanna do it right 😉

    1. Hi Nouka, I’m happy to help out 🙂
      Half a cup of cottage cheese is roughly 100g and half a cup of oats are about 45g
      I hope it helps
      Otherwise you can just use a simple as coffee mug (250ml). It works just like a cup 😉

      1. Thank you for your quik reply! Defenitly will make this very soon 🙂

        1. Sure thing! Good luck ;D

  56. 5 stars
    You are God-sent. What’s more both of you are so humble replying to every query. Thank you. Tried it today as lunch and was amazing and so filling. I didn’t quite get the pancake right but the suggestions of others has been helpful. Great work guys!

    1. Hi Abbie, you’re very welcome 😀
      Glad you liked these pancakes! And thanks for your supportive comment, I really appreciate it! (and I’m sure Dave as well)
      Have a great Sunday! 🙂

    2. Thank you Abbie! That’s really, really nice to hear. Hope the pancake comes out perfect next time too!

  57. 4 stars
    Thank you! This is the most delicious and satisfying recipe! I used a little bit of organic unsalted butter to coat the non stick pan and it made the pancakes perfectly golden. I added cinnamon, vanilla and a small handful of raisins and I put it all in the bullet and bam! Pancake batter in 10 seconds
    Will definitely be making these again!

    I kept trying to click on 5 stars but the site would not allow me to click past 4. It might be a glitch. But this recipe is definitely 5 star deserving!!

    1. Thank you Deana, that’s fantastic to hear! Really, really pleased you enjoyed them so much. In my humble opinion…they’re just awesome. The additions you made sounds great too 😀

      Not quite sure what the 4 star bug is about, will check it out! Thanks again 🙂

  58. I’m interested in recommending these to my patients who have diabetes. Can you please tell me how many total pancakes this recipe makes and what size they are? the nutrition facts are great, but you don’t list a serving size. So, I have no idea how many pancakes you’re talking about. Is it the entire recipe or just a couple of pancakes? Thank you!

    1. Hi Sue! I’m really glad to hear that. Sorry for not being clear on those two things: The batter makes 1 huge pancake or 2 mid sized pancakes. The nutrition facts equal the whole batter, so 3 eggs, half a cup of rolled oats and half a cup of cottage cheese. Thanks a lot for pointing this out, I also updated the recipe. Best regards!

      1. Thanks Howie! I’m looking forward to making these and I’ll experiment with the pancake size. If I get 4 normal sized pancakes (4″ each) out of one batch, then I will just divide your nutrition facts by 4 to figure out how much is one pancake. This recipe sounds awesome!

        1. You’re very welcome! On that note we use the “recipe analyzer” from to create our nutrition cards. We found it’s the best around because of it’s easy use and huge data base of foods. I’m sure you can make 4 rather small pancakes with the batch. Funny enough, this is Dave’s favorite breakfast recipe, I’ll let him know about your post. I’m sure he’s got some more tricks up his sleeve on this one 🙂

        2. Hi Sue! Howie’s totally right, I love this recipe 🙂

          I’d say you’ll probably get three 4″ pancakes from this, but if they’re quite skinny then they’ll certainly stretch to four (of course you could divide the nutritional info by three anyway). Would love to hear how it goes – my biggest advice is just to make sure your pan is really non-stick! Enjoy 🙂

  59. Vegetarian? What kind of plant does cottage cheese come from?

    1. The broadest sense of vegetarian includes cheese, eggs and honey 🙂

  60. Hi Howie: calorie count about 350?

    1. Sorry, I didn’t understand the question, Dinah 🙂

  61. 5 stars
    Absolutely stellar! Thank you!! I made these as a special treat for Mother’s Day b’fast, and was amazed at how light and fluffy they were!

    My changes/modifications:
    * made in waffle-maker (cannot seem to get pancakes to work, plus easier and quicker)
    * separated eggs and whipped up whites in my MagicBullet w/ a pinch of cream of tartar
    * blended up my GF old-fashioned uncooked oats first in blender until finely blended
    * added about 1/4 c. dark chocolate chips to batter before adding to waffle maker (killer taste!)
    * added almond extract (actually 1-2 T Amaretto, out of almond extract)
    * topped with raspberry purée – just a touch!

    Next time, I’m adding sliced bananas and a touch of lemon or blueberry topping!

    I’m eating one (leftovers rock) for lunch right now topped with a smidge of Justins Maple Almond Butter!

    Side note: If you are ever in Bozeman, MT, be sure to try the cottage cheese pancakes at Nova Café!

    1. Oops, also added 1/2 t baking powder – helped with fluffiness, I believe

    2. Hi there!! A waffle maker you say? That already sounds it could become my next obsession 😀
      Oh dear, dark chocolate and amaretto!! I think that is just the right treat for mother’s day! Thanks so much for giving our pancakes a shot for that day 😀
      Actually there is a possibility I’ll come around to Bozeman! If I ever will, I’ll will definitely try their pancakes 😀

      1. Yes, a waffle-maker – epic discovery – easy as can be! (have 1 left and am saving them for a post-workout treat one morning this week!)

        1. I already told Dave about diving into the realm of waffles 😀
          Quite excited about that tbh.

  62. 2 stars
    I must be doing something wrong as this just went straight into the bin. Mixture just fell apart in the pan and made a gigantic mess. Like the idea of the ingredients but it doesnt cook well.

    1. Hi Bianca! That’s a shame – there’s gotta be a fix though. Did you use a non stick pan? It really makes a difference. It also helps to make sure you have enough oil on the cooking area of the pan, it means they cook a lot smoother all over and shouldn’t break apart. My last idea would be to cook just small pancakes to begin with, as they’re much easier to flip and control. I hope that helps – let us know how you get on!

  63. Fabulous pancakes! I added a bit of pumpkin pie spice and vanilla to the three basic ingredients. My husband, 18 yr old brother, and 13 yr old daughter ate them up without knowing they weren’t traditional pancakes. All sang praises before I told them they were actually healthy! Honestly, they don’t have the fluffy rise of traditional pancakes, but the results are still great and I will be using this recipe from now on! Looking forward to tweaking with variations, like adding banana or blueberries to the batter. Thank you!!!

    1. Hahaaa that is aweseome news!! Glad you and your family like them 😀
      Yesss, try adding banana! That makes them even more fun to eat, I’m sure (I’m a classic banana egg pancake fan – it’s another recipe on our blog).
      But yes, I think the batter is a great base to try out many additional ingredients!

  64. Great recipe! Do you think that I could replace the cottage cheese with plain Greek yoghurt?

    1. Hi Amelie!
      Thanks for the props, and yes, absolutely! In case you try it with yoghurt, I’d love to know how it turned out 😀

  65. This is definitely the biggest thing in 2016!! Deserves a five star award. Added a banana for a bit of sweetness and it worked fine. Made 3 batches and it turned out great every single time…pretty easy to flip as well. Thank you for this incredibly easy and healthy recipe.

    1. Hi Rose!! Thanks for this AWESOME feedback!! 😀
      Great to hear you like these pancakes. Dave is a huge fan as well. We could open up a cottage cheese pancake fan club?!

  66. 5 stars
    I’m following a gestational diabetes diet and am always looking for ways to make my meals more exciting. I can’t do these for breakfast because I have to keep my carb count fairly low early in the day to avoid massive glucose spikes (and oats at breakfast always do me in!). To make this an appropriate meal for one for me, I cut the measurements by 1/3–1/3 cup cottage cheese, 1/3 cup oats and 2 eggs. I use coconut oil to fry them up, then warm up some berries to put on top. I toss some of the warm berries in what’s left in my tub of cottage cheese and the rest go on the pancakes. I use my immersion blender to mix it up and like the consistency. I’ve made Greek yogurt pancakes in the past and they’re often really hard to flip. I still kept these relatively small, maybe 1/4 cup of batter per pancake and got eight easy-flipping pancakes out of it. This is a a total win in terms of taste and fitting in with my meal plan. I’m one happy mama!

    1. That sounds really good Tina! Thanks for sharing, we hope it will help other people out there. I’m not sure how it would fit to your diet, we also have a recipe that uses just bananas and eggs to make pancakes, would that interest you?

      1. Absolutely! That could be a good snack as well.

  67. ❤️❤️♥️ This recipe, it is so simple and pancakes are wonderful. I added cinnamon and can’t wait to add other ingredients. I love that no flour or sugar is in the recipe.
    Thank you for sharing this recipe!

    1. Hi Teresa! Thanks so much for the feedback!! Yess, it’s really cool that it doesn’t call for any flour, plus it’s so versatile! It’s fund to try out new ingredients to change the taste! I see, we appreciate the same things in a recipe 😀

  68. 5 stars
    So, I made these twice today. For breakfast, as pancakes with blueberries, cinnamon, flax added in, topped with banana. They were pretty good and extremely filing. I will omit the flax next time, as it gave a strange texture. For dinner, we made them into waffles,with only the addition of cinnamon. To make them light and fluffy, we sprayed the eggs and whipped the whites on their own, then folded them in to the mixture of yolks, oatmeal, cottage cheese, and cinnamon. Let me tell you, they were amazing! The texture was so perfect. And I am stuffed!

    1. Thanks for the feedback Elizabeth!
      Wow, I didn’t know that you can improve the texture so much by whipping the egg whites, thanks for the tip!! Seriously, we really appreciate it that you try your way through our recipes!! Plus it’s really cool to hear what people think of them, how they improve and change them too!! 😀

  69. Have you tried freezing them or throwing them in the fridge for later? I am wondering how they would reheat if i sent them to worth with my hubby and he either microwaved or toasted them.

    1. Hi Elizabeth! Good question, I don’t have an answer for this at the moment though, sorry! Will try it out myself today and get back to you tomorrow! 🙂

  70. 5 stars
    DUDE! These are KILLER! I’m doing the 21 Day Fix and I was lacking protein, carb, and fruit serving. I didn’t feel like eating plain cold cottage cheese with fruit, so I got on Pintetest and looked for alternatives. These hit the spot! I added Mexican vanilla (because who doesn’t love that stuff!) and topped it with pecans, a dusting of cinnamon sugar, and I ate it with grapes on the side. Unfortunately it was the only fruit I had on hand, but some berries would be delightful. I actually ended up eating them as a crepe because mine turned out so thin, but I ain’t complaining. BTW, my fiance hates cottage cheese and he LOVED them. We had a 30 second dance party in the kitchen to celebrate the complete transformation of cottage cheese. Thanks a billion!

    1. Hahaaaa!!! What a great story, thanks for the props!!
      Mexican Vanilla you say? I’ll have to look that up on Amazon – never heard of it.
      Yeeh, cottage cheese is celebrating a huge comeback in my diet as well!
      Un abrazo 😀

    2. 😀 30 second dance party 😀

    3. What is the container count?

  71. I tweaked the recipe after a lot of experimentation and wanted to share it! The applesauce makes the pancakes have a slightly sweeter aftertaste and the baking soda makes them rise and be fluffier pancakes.

    3 eggs
    -1 heaping cup of rolled oats
    -half cup of cottage cheese
    -1/4 cup applesauce
    -baking soda
    -Small amount of coconut oil on pan or in batter if you like the flavor

    Blend ingredients in blender and pour in dollops onto a hot pan (or waffle iron or griddle)

    Top with maple syrup, and on the still warm pan throw whatever frozen berries you have to warm them up and condense the juices and throw on top! (Can also add a pinch of lemon juice to the berries.)

    1. Wow, thanks so much for sharing your tweaks on the recipe, Jean. This truly sounds amazing!!! I might have to make a new blog post based on your version. Definitely will try it out! 🙂

    2. 5 stars
      these are similar to the tweaks i use too as i feed these to my kids and i needed to suit to their taste. i use baking powder instead of baking soda and i add a tsp of honey and no applesauce.

      great recipe and definitely a keeper!

  72. I made these twice this week, and they are by far my new favorite breakfast! Super high in protein and so filling.

    My recipe however calls for only egg whites (4). I’m going to try yours with whole eggs. I put the oatmeal in the blender for a couple of whirls, then add the other ingredients. A teeny splash of vanilla is great too. Also..I make one HUGE pancake, lol. It’s thin, but puffs up after it’s flipped over. Love it!

    1. Haa, thanks so much for sharing – glad you like the pancake recipe! When I told Dave about your comment he mentioned the same, haha: “Ah, cool! We’re also having them all the time at the moment, love the amount of protein in there.”

      I’m also a big fan of one huuge pancake. It takes a little more flipping experience but it’s also much quicker 😀

    2. Great to hear Shelley! I really love these pancakes, we have them every weekend now, as a bare minimum 🙂

  73. Sorry still confused. I understand you use the rolled oats, but do you cook them first? Or just blend them out of the box (as dry flakes)? Eager to try this, but want to do it right. Thanks!

    1. Hi Dee!
      No problem 🙂
      Yep, right out of the box as dry flakes. No cooking necessary.
      I’ll update the instructions later on to make that clearer. Thanks for asking!

      Have a great Sunday!

  74. this may already be answered, but do you really mean oatmeal, as in cooked and ready to eat? i buy bulk steel-cut oats from the health food store and wonder if i should use them as is. thanks!

    1. Hi Karen! I doubt steel cut oats will work. Never tried it though (also because I wouldn’t know where to buy them over here in Germany)

  75. 5 stars
    I just wanted to take a moment and thank you for your blog. I am a recovering from severe anorexia nervosa, and there are a few key recipes on here (this one being the most used) that have helped able to safety put on weight (I am ALMOST weight restored) and feel good about it. I have looked through a lot of your information and learned quite a bit about macros and the breakdowns of nutrients. The way you explain and show the information has been vital in my recovery. You have helped (albeit unknowingly 🙂 ) to regain my life and learn to LOVE food, enjoy cooking, and nourish my body. Your blog has helped to save my life, and help me get my booty back!

    Thank you truly.

    1. Hi Anastasia!
      Wow, that post blew me away! Thanks so much for sharing your story!! It’s definitely one of the most rewarding and motivating moments to hear when someone likes our recipes. And if they even help to get you healthy, it’s the cherry on top of the ice cream one might say! 😉

      Have a great one and all the best on your food journey, Anastasia!!

  76. If I have old fashioned oats, should I cook those first or just blend them in?

    1. Hey Bink, thanks for your question!
      You can definitely just blend them in. It works fine 🙂

      1. Great, thank you! Can’t wait to try them!

  77. Is the oaear cooked?

    1. sorry, I don’t understand 🙂

  78. 5 stars
    F*** me! These pancakes look amazing!!! STUNNING!!!! FIVE STARS!

  79. They sound super simple – I love making banana pancakes, and if my stomach would deal better with dairy, those would definitely would be rival! Cottage cheese seems to be all the rage right now, so it does have potential to become the next big thing 😀 I think I’ll have to make this for someone in my family and sneak a few bites 😉

  80. These look delicious and so easy to make! I love whole, simple ingredients and a short list of them too. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  81. 5 stars
    They look so good, I Must try your recipe!

  82. These are some seriously beautiful photos!!

  83. Gorgeous photos. And I love oats in pancakes!! Yum!

  84. I love easy few ingredient recipes and I love pancakes! I also love to use oats in my pancakes! Now I’m craving pancakes after seeing this

    1. These have taken over as my absolute favourite pancakes. They come out really well every time, and keep you full for hours 🙂

  85. You’re so inventive! I love pancakes!

    1. Us too! 😀

  86. Am I correct in assuming that the oatmeal is cooked?

    1. well, I use normal store bought rolled oats. Those are cooked. At home I just throw them with the other ingredients in the blender, no extra cooking there 🙂

  87. Can’t believe these are just 3 ingredients! They look totally legit!

    1. Hahaha, indeed they are!

  88. 5 stars
    Have no idea how I reached your blog. Searched for something else and ended up here. But glad that I did. 🙂

    That looks like a yummy breakfast. Will definitely try this for my fussy picky eating toddler.

    Read through few other recipes in your blog. Seems like I will be a regular visitor hereafter. 🙂 Loved the photographs too.

    1. Ah, thanks for this warm post Sangeetha! I guess that’s what you could call serendipity 🙂
      I’ll definitely come around to your blog too. Have a great one!

  89. What a great idea, I love how simple this as well so you could easily make them on a weekday morning. I’d add some lemon curd as well for a treat 🙂

    1. I just checked up lemon curd. Looks like a really good match!

  90. 5 stars
    These look great, Howie! I love using oats to make pancakes, so I will definitely have to try making these. The photos look so good too – mmm!

    1. Haha, thanks for the props on the photos! Actually I had to give myself a pat on the back for those as well 😉

  91. 5 stars
    Hauke, sabes donde encuentro queso cottage en Barcelona? O si puedo sustituir por algún otro queso ligero y light que se encuentre por aqui??
    Y otra cosa, estas panquecas saben más a dulce o son neutras? Que me gusta comerlas como algo salado, con un poquito de mantequilla, jejeje.

    1. Hola Vicky, gracias por pasar por! 🙂
      Hmm, no estoy seguro la verdad. En el mercadona hay un queso fresco bastante ligero que es mas o menos igual pero no me acuerdo como se llama. Te todas maneras no es como cottage cheese. Aun asi tambien puedes utilisar algo como philadelphia.
      Sip, son neutras, asi que funcionan perfectamente con algo salado.
      Besos y abrazos a Barcelona!!

  92. 5 stars
    Maple syrup and strawberries. Yum, yum.

    1. Congratz, you won!!!
      Just sent you the cash 😉

  93. WOW!! These look amazing!! Seriously! YUM! …healthy, quick, delicious!! Triple WIN!! 🙂 Great recipe! Thanks for sharing!!

    1. Hi Cailee,
      thanks for stopping by! Yees, Sometimes simplicity amazes most! 🙂

  94. I am blown away – wow – these are fantastic – with only 3 ingredients too! Delicious!

    1. Glad we could surprise you too with this one 😉

  95. I have never really thought of putting cottage cheese in pancakes. This will be a great addition to the breakfast routine, especially on the weekend and summer when we hit a bigger breakfast. typically for breakfast it is quick and i do oatmeal or fruit . I am not a big egg person for breakfast, but will do smoothies. We have made an awesome fruit sushi roll up for breaksfast too

    1. wow, fruit sushi role sounds super interesting! I’ll have to google that! At first I wasn’t much of an egg person either, but that changed quite a bit. But I do enjoy some oatmeal every now and then in the morning.

  96. I love those pancakes with cottage cheese, they are very easy to make until it comes to cooking them. Sob, I just can’t make pancakes 🙁
    I started making baked oatmeal for breakfast using hip ingredients (oats, chia, flax seed, psyllium husk, apple sauce, eggs, fruit). Keep it in the fridge and warm it in the mornings in the microwave. Easy and healthy. I got excited about a low carb gingrnut biscuits I found on saturday, need to make them soon! And no raw eggs for me in a smoothie. Its too similar to a mayonese hahahahhaha

    1. Woah, baked oatmeal sounds really goood! Unfortunately chia seeds are still pretty hard to get here in Germany. Hmm, maybe I just found a business opportunity 😉

      1. 5 stars
        Hi Howie, here in Hamburg, it is really easy to get chia nowadays. Even Rewe and Edeka have it sometimes, but mostly DM and Budni sell it, on top of the “health stores”. I have a ex colleague who sells chia online (Hamburg guy too), check it out, maybe he can give you a sample in exchange for a recipe post 🙂
        And I will send you my baked oatmeal recipe via Dave (we know him)

        1. Hi Mel! Woah, I’ll ask at the DM just around the corner. Maybe they have it. They definitly have a huge health food section. Ah, what a great idea regarding chiabolika. Unfortunately most of our visitors come from the states. Let’s see 🙂

        2. Hey Mel! It’s been way too long, but good to hear from you 🙂 thanks for the info, I’m sure we can sort something out there. See you soon I hope – June at the latest I reckon…

  97. 5 stars
    I really like this one. Something for me – healthy and with proteins. I have to try it!

    1. Actually this could really be an interesting recipe for you, Greg! haha 😀

  98. been making the 2 ingredient pancakes using banana and rggs before I found this blog and this recipe was revealed was my favourite breakfast; now I’m curious to try this.cottage cheese? that’s new to me.

    1. Give it a try, a little less sweet, but definitely also extremely tasty!

    2. I made them this morning and they were yummy. I plan on making them tomorrow morning as well.

      1. Awesome stuff, glad you liked them!! 😀

  99. never thought to add cottage cheese to pancakes – i like the way you think!

    1. Thanks Linz, defintiley worth trying! 😀

  100. we love those here as well.
    three ingredients.
    waffle iron!!

    1. Waffle iron! What a great idea, Carla! Didn’t think of it yet! 🙂

      1. Look simple enoughh..and very popular too judging by the comments

      2. Can you batch make these and freeze, for quick early breakfast before school run. X

        1. Hi Debbie,
          Yes deffo possible!! 🙂

      3. 5 stars
        Loved these as waffles until I discovered too much dairy makes my feet swell. I replaced the cottage cheese with drained and rinsed canned great northern beans and it worked!

        1. ok, I will try this ASAP! It sounds brilliant 😀
          Thanks so much for sharing, Kathlene!