This past weekend it was my mom's birthday, and her and my brother went to an early class at the gym, so I decided to make banana protein pancakes for her birthday breakfast for everyone once they got home
These protein pancakes are made in the microwave so you can have them on busy mornings. They’re only 210 calories, 25 g of protein and are so healthy and tasty. Pancakes that you can make ON A WORK DAY, and also happen to be grain free and full of melty, ooey chocolate and peanut butter goodness for ONLY around 210 calories and 25 grams of protein
Wheatgrass protein pancakes. ) So, logically, I started experimenting with adding wheatgrass powder to my pancake recipes and the result was a really nice, soft, gluten- and dairy-free wheatgrass protein pancake
2 tablespoons chocolate whey protein (I used Cellucor). 1 tablespoon chocolate whey protein. 4 g Protein. 4 g Protein. 2 tablespoons chocolate whey protein (I used Cellucor). 1 tablespoon chocolate whey protein
Banana, Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Protein Pancakes. If you are for some reason not into either peanut butter, banana, or chocolate chips, I have a giveaway where you can win an e-cookbook called Stack’d that has over 30 recipes for amazing protein pancakes. 6 oz/46 g) rolled oats 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 cup semisweet chocolate chips 1 tablespoon vanilla whey protein powder (optional)InstructionsTo keep pancakes warm while you make the full batch, preheat oven to 200*F. 1 tablespoon vanilla whey protein powder
On Saturday night, my long-lost friend S was craving pancakes. She whipped up a batch of incredibly cakey gingerbread pancakes speckled spices, reminding me that I had been meaning to develop a gingerbread pancake recipe for all you pancake lovers
The Pancake Princess and the Protein Prince | Craving pancakes all day, every day.