The last couple of weeks we have been gathering around a dinner table set with turkey, stuffing, veggies and more. Like you, we needed to mix it up a bit.
With the last days of November approaching, we wanted to use up all of our leftover pumpkin so Brittney Bearden, Sports Dietician for Texas Health Sports Medicine, put together a family friendly “breakfast for dinner” meal so when you circle around the table for dinner it’s delicious – and healthy.
These protein-rich pancakes are a great addition to a breakfast-themed dinner while also providing Vitamin A and C through the pumpkin. Cottage cheese can be used in place of the Greek yogurt for a less sweet version. Each family member can customize their own pancakes by adding in ingredients such as banana slices, blueberries, or chocolate chips to the pancake batter as it cooks.
Click on the recipe below to print off and add to your meal plan.
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Trying to take your game to the next level or simply live a healthier lifestyle and meet your fitness goals? Proper sports nutrition needs to be part of your game plan. Contact Brittney Bearden, Sports Dietitian for Texas Health Sports Medicine to help put together a comprehensive nutrition plan through a myriad ofsports nutrition services.