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5 Protein Pancake Recipes For A Protein Pancake Feast

Try one of these delicious protein pancake recipes that will keep you on track and give you a chance to impress your friends with your post-workout culinary skills!

Written by Sarah Curran

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1. Birthday Cake Protein Pancakes

  • 30g Instant Oats
  • 25g Impact Whey
  • 1/2 tsp. baking powder
  • 60g mashed banana
  • 40g fat-free yoghurt
  • 1 egg white
  • Sprinkles

Mix all the ingredients together except for the oats and sprinkles until well combined and all lumps are gone. Blend the oats in a blender to form a fine flour then add into the mixture and stir well. Heat a non-stick pan and spray with 1 cal oil to ensure the pancakes won’t stick. Pour some batter into the pan and cook it until bubbles begin to form. Flip the pancake over and cook on the other side.  Repeat this process with the rest of the batter, then serve with some zero syrup in butterscotch flavour with some sprinkles on top.

MACROS FOR PANCAKES

Calories: 306        Protein: 31 g          Fat: 2 g          Carbs: 41 g               


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2. Strawberries & Cream Protein Pancakes

Mix together the eggs, mashed banana, baking powder, chopped strawberries and protein powder. Ensure there are no lumps in the batter and that the eggs are fully combined into the mixture. Heat a non-stick frying pan and spray with 1 calorie oil. Pour the batter into the pan and cook the pancake until it begins to bubble, flip it over and cook evenly on the opposite side. Repeat this process with the remaining batter. When the stack of pancakes are cooked, serve with some extra strawberries and Greek yoghurt.

MACROS FOR PANCAKES

Calories: 396        Protein: 36 g          Fat: 12 g          Carbs: 36 g               


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3. Tropical Protein Pancakes

Mix together all the ingredients in a bowl, including the chopped mango. You may want to cut the dried mango into even smaller pieces if the chunks are large. Spray a non-stick pan with 1 calorie oil spray and heat it up. Cook the mixture as you would with normal pancakes, pour a small amount on to the pan and when it begins to bubble, flip it over to cook it evenly on the opposite side.  Serve with some passion fruit zero syrup and some fresh mango.

MACROS FOR PANCAKES

Calories: 402        Protein: 41 g          Fat: 2 g          Carbs: 55 g               


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4. Apple Spice Protein Pancakes

Mix all the ingredients together until well combined in the bowl and no lumps are remaining. Allow the mixture to thicken up for a few minutes as the ground flaxseed will soak up some of the liquid.

Heat up a non-stick pan and spray with one calorie oil spray to help avoid sticking. Drop some batter onto the pan and allow it to cook until it begins to bubble, then flip it over to the opposite side and cook it evenly. Serve with some zero syrup in the apple and cinnamon flavour.

MACROS FOR PANCAKES

Calories: 345        Protein: 59 g          Fat: 8 g          Carbs: 24 g               


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5. Chocolate Chip Protein Pancakes

Mix together the eggs, mashed banana, baking powder, high protein chocolate pieces and protein powder together well. Ensure there are no lumps in the batter and that the eggs are fully combined into the mixture. Heat a non stick frying pan and spray with 1 calorie oil. Drop some of the pancake batter into the pan and cook the pancake until it begins to bubble, flip it over and cook evenly on the opposite side. Repeat this process with the remaining batter. When the stack of pancakes are cooked, serve with some melted high protein chocolate and chocolate flavour zero syrup.

MACROS FOR PANCAKES

Calories: 517        Protein: 42 g          Fat: 21 g          Carbs: 40 g               


Try out some of these delicious protein pancakes and you might just discover a new favourite breakfast. By using zero syrup as one of your toppings, you’re slashing calories when you compare the calorific value to similar tasting high-sugar syrups. Bonus!


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Faye Reid has a Bachelor of Science in Sport and Exercise Physiology and a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology and Sports Nutrition. Faye has worked with numerous high-profile oranisations, such as Men's Health, Sky Sports, Huddersfield Giants, Warrington Wolves, British Dressage and GB Rowing, providing her expert sports science support. Find out more about Faye's experience here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/faye-reid-8b619b122/. She puts her passion into practice as goal attack for her netball team, and in competitive event riding.


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