French Toast Pancakes


  • 1 package of Medifast Eggs
  • 4 oz water
  • 1 package Medifast Oatmeal – any flavor
  • 1/4 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1/8 tsp Vanilla


Mix eggs and water very well, with whisk or blender. Add baking powder and vanilla. Stir in one pack of Medifast oatmeal. Make sure it is well mixed and that the oatmeal is evenly dispersed (otherwise you get flat pancakes)

Spray nonstick skillet with Pam. Cook like pancakes. Makes 4 fluffy pancakes – two servings. Second batch can be reheated in the microwave for 15 seconds.

Top with some non-aerosol butter spray and/or a tad of DaVinci sugar free syrup.

{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

Katriona September 16, 2010 at 3:45 pm

Does this count as one or two meals since you are using two Medifast items? Or, do you just eat half of what it makes? Sorry if this sounds dumb. I’m new to the program.


Amie September 29, 2010 at 9:02 am

Only eat half. This counts as two meals unless you only eat half.


Leslie January 20, 2011 at 9:24 am

Just made these.. so good!!!


Rachel July 12, 2011 at 9:58 am

I don’t usually leave comments, but these are *very* good. Light, fluffy – the perfect consistency.

This makes about four reasonably-sized pancakes. They’re delicious on their own (the oatmeal adds a natural sweetness), but as recommended, use some butter-flavored spray and drizzle a bit of sugar-free syrup on them… for perfection. 🙂


Rachel July 12, 2011 at 10:13 am

One note, though this is more a critique of the syrup I used than of this recipe. If you find yourself with a watery syrup like Torani (which isn’t a syrup at all, I suppose), you might try baking it into the pancakes instead of ‘drizzling’ it on top of them. It doesn’t drizzle. I’m going to try it that way next time.


Jamie May 26, 2012 at 8:51 am

I’m not sure if anyone checks these comments anymore but I just tried this meal. I’m not a fan of the oatmeal or eggs so was happy to find something that I could try out using both. I did like the flavor of the “french toast” pancakes, but I had a definite issue with the consistency. They came out very spongy/rubbery. They were not fluffy but had a chewy consistency to them. I followed the directions and even used brand new baking powder. I used to spoon to drop them in a skillet to make sure I got even oatmeal in every pancake. Any ideas of why the texture turned out the way it did?


Marie June 29, 2012 at 7:56 am

Yes mine were rubbery too and tuffy, not fluffy. Tasted like soggy posterboard but the MF syrup helped and it sure did curb my appetite after eating it. Oh well… it was worth a try.


Natasha H June 7, 2012 at 7:04 am

Hello everyone,

I’m new to the medifast diet and I just tried this recipe. I don’t see how I may have done it incorrectly but my pancakes came out very rubbery. If anyone has any modifications, let me know.


Sue D. September 28, 2012 at 7:40 am

I would stick to the pancake receipes I have tried (I am on week 5) using MF pancackes. This receipe is using 1 packet of the plain pancakes:

1 Packet of MF Plain Pancakes
1/4 cup water
A few drops of Lemon Extract
Dash or two (to taste) of poppy seeds

Mix everything together in a large microwavable mug; let sit for a few minutes and cook in microwave for 60 seconds. I tried this from a recipe on the MF Website and will use a little more lemon extract next time. You could also add a packet of splenda (adds 1 condiment). Really good with my morning coffee!


SanDiegoUbermom October 1, 2013 at 9:25 am

Hello Everyone,

I will need to make this one again. The smell is wonderful when prepping.
I too had the “spongy/rubbery” outcome. The butter (spray) and syrup didn’t even help. I couldn’t even finish it. I think I did something wrong.

I did NOT let it sit before cooking (which you should do for the majority of the MF meals) & I believe my pan was too hot to start. So I’ll give it another try and let you know.

Sue: I’ll give your recipe try as well. Thanks for sharing.

Keep posting people everyone; newbies like me want to learn from your experiences.
Good luck everyone!


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