Welcome to what is, without a doubt, a recipe for some of the best protein pancakes ever made – they’re fluffy, moist, and and full of flavour. They don’t contain protein powder but, rest assured, they contain a fair amount of protein. Along with some extremely nutrition-dense ingredients (like gojis and flax). We really hope you give this recipe a go. It’s 100% family friendly too and perfect for breakfast – or brunch if you want to go all feral with your toppings. There are a few topping ideas and variations included in the Directions below to further inspire you to set your stack on fire. Before we go into that though, allow me to present to you The Recipe:
1/4 cup (dried) goji berries
1/8 cup flax mix
1/2 cup liquid egg whites
1/4 cup gluten-free flour
1. Using a food processor or blender (to make sure your berries get blended together with the rest of the ingredients).
2. Heat up a nonstick pan with some PAM, low-calorie cooking spray, or coconut oil. Get the pan to hot hot hot.
3. Pour the mix onto the pan and turn the heat down to medium.
4. Sandwich or top your pancakes with almond butter, peanut butter, cashew nut butter, banana pieces, a bit of protein ice cream, calorie-free syrup, maple syrup, or if you want to go crazy, caffeinated maple syrup.
Macros per 1 whole stack of pancakes (which is good enough for two people)
400kcals, 24g protein, 51g carbs and 9g fat.
PS: To up the protein content of your pancakes, consider topping them with Protein Fluff! Or some delicious protein ice cream?