- 1 Package Medifast Spiced Pancake Mix
- 1/4 Cup Water
- 2 Sprays Pam (for cooking)
- Sugar Free Syrup (optional)
1. Spray Waffle maker with Pam
2. Preheat Waffle maker
3. Pour evenly on waffle area
4. Close lid on waffle maker but do not lock
5. Cook 7-8 minutes (waffle will be darker on bottom)
6. Remove waffle with wooden tongs (so not to scratch teflon)
7. Add sugar free syrup (if desired)
Each serving is 1 Medifast Meal
100 calories, 14 g carbs, 14 g fat, 18 g protein
I love my 3 – in -1 Chef Buddy.
I use it almost every day to make sandwhiches, waffles and grilled meats. It has 3 sets of detachable heating plates with an 8.5″ X 5″ non-stick cooking surface.
Cleanup is easy. Usually plates just rinse off, but they can also go into the dishwasher.
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A simple way to look at this question is to understand two distinct parts of our brain that are responsible for two distinct types of thinking. One part of your brain, known as the Limbic system, makes decisions based on emotions, and focuses on the quickest, easiest way to solve a problem. Another part of your brain, known as the pre-frontal cortex, makes decisions based on logic, and looks for long-term solutions. Let’s move away from discussion of the physical brain structure, and simply refer to what the brain does… it’s functions.
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Very nice. We need more of this in all our lives!
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