Skip the Raw Eggs- Protein Pancakes Have Arrived

Sorry Rocky, but cooked breakfast sounds a little more appetizing than chugging raw salmonella. And, these protein pancakes have nearly the same amount of protein as an egg does; only, they’re a little more delicious.

I am not a morning person, but these pancakes make me roll out of bed and waddle my way to the kitchen table. If you’re a syrup-lover, and can’t live without it, try throwing some peanut butter and a little honey on top!

Both mixes yield approximately 47 grams of protein. You can make them whatever size you want, but if each pancake is a 1/4 cup of batter, you’ll get about 10 pancakes.

All you have to do is mix these ingredients in a bowl, cook them for a few minutes, and try to breathe between each bite.

chocolate protein pancakes

Chocolate

3 Large Bananas

3 Eggs

1 Scoop of chocolate protein powder (I used Double Dutch Chocolate by Nature’s Best Isopure)

3 tbsp powdered peanut butter (Chocolate PB2 is the favorite)

1 tbsp of flax seed

And a splash of almond milk – the amount comes down to how thick the mix is!

 

strawberry protein pancakes

Strawberry

3 Large Bananas

3 Eggs

1 Scoop of strawberry protein powder (again, the powder I tend to use is Isopure Strawberry Cream)

1 tbsp. flax seed

No matter how much you mash and mix them, you’ll probably end up with a few banana chunks floating in the batter. It’s normal, but if you want to avoid that, throw your batter in a blender.

Don’t make too many, or you’ll be stuck at the table all day and stuffed to the brim.

They satisfy your appetite, and kill off any desire you used to have for traditional pancakes. And so, some of my friends call them: “Oooo Kill ’em Cakes.”

 

Nick

About Nick

Nick Levato has been involved with the fitness community for over 8 years. Not only is he a Certified Personal Trainer but, has also been trained in martial arts. Nick has overseen the training of many individuals spanning all ages and fitness goals; and experimented most diets; for competitions, cutting, vegetarian, and general diets to coincide with weight training at the time. In addition to training on an individual level, Nick has also taught many group classes. He takes pride in pushing himself to his limits in the gym and in his everyday life.

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