Begin your day by making these Healthy Protein Pancakes Recipe! Simple, three-minute cakes are packed with protein and other healthy ingredients. They’re great for you or a group.
High-protein pancakes ingredients
Protein powder, either plant-based or whey, is ideal for making the protein pancakes recipe!
Bananas aren’t tasteable – there’s no way to detect any flavor of banana, however.
- Coconut flour
- baking powder
- butter or oil to cook with.
Protein pancakes: how do you make them?
- Blend your oatmeal. Add the rolled oatmeal to your blender, and blend for about 10 seconds or so until it breaks down into the consistency of flour.
- Combine your dry ingredients. Mix oats processed with coconut flour, protein powder, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt into small bowls until everything is combined.
- Combine your wet ingredients. In a separate medium cup, make your bananas smooth until they are soft. Add your egg and milk and mix to mix. Add the dry ingredients to the wet mixture until it is well combined. Be careful not to overmix. It should be quite thick. The batter should rest for 5 minutes.
- Cook. Prepare a large nonstick pan or griddle at medium to low temperature. Once it’s hot, add the cooking fat, and let it heat up. Utilizing a 1/4 cup for scooping, divide it into pancakes equal in size. I usually get five (you might have to cook in small batches based on your pan size). Cook for 3-4 minutes or until bubbles begins forming on the exterior. Cook the other side for 1 to 2 minutes, till golden brown.
- Enjoy! Serve with your favorite toppings, and then relax!
The most healthy and nutritious pancakes you’ve ever had.
Have you ever encountered someone who was not a fan of pancakes? What about those who are Team Waffle people (you know, the famous Pancakes and. Waffles argument)? However, this protein-rich pancake recipe is the best method to bring even the most staunch waffle fans toward the side of the pancake.
What’s amazing about these fluffy cakes is that although they’re delicious, they’re not packed in sugars, added sugars, or other unhealthy ingredients that many pancake recipes contain. The cakes contain healthier ingredients like rolled oatmeal eggs, egg whites, and protein powder! However, we’ll get into the health factor in a moment. Let’s get into the steps!
It’s crucial to make small pancakes (I make use of the 1.5-tablespoon cookie scoop instead of a four-tablespoon scoop of ice cream) as the batter is very thin and spreads and cooks extremely minimally; they will need less than 30 seconds on the first side, and only two seconds to cook the second.