Which Is a Healthier Breakfast: Pancakes or Eggs? (Page 2)


Pictured: Cranberry Pancakes

The Cons of Pancakes

Typical pancakes are made with white flour, which is low in fiber and, thus, less filling. Pancakes are also not particularly high in protein—another food component that helps you feel fuller longer. Add to that maple syrup—or worse, a maple syrup knock-off!—which just adds more sugar (i.e., empty calories) to your meal, and we’re looking at a breakfast that might be tasty, but doesn’t power you through the morning.

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