Protein Pancakes for a High Protein Breakfast

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  • 164 KCal Calories per serving
  • Easy difficulty
  • Doses for 2 people
  • Preparation 15 minutes
  • Low cost

Recipe Category: Sweets and Desserts / Light Diet Recipes / Vegetarian Recipes / Gluten Free Recipes / Protein Recipes / Protein Pancakes for a Protein Rich Breakfast




Ingredients

  • 40 g of pea protein isolate
  • Half a teaspoon (2 g) of baking powder
  • 20 g of coconut flour
  • 60 g in banana
  • 40 ml of almond milk
  • 40 ml of apple juice
  • 140 g of egg white
  • 40 g of oat flour

To serve


  • Qs of maple syrup

To cook

  • 1 tablespoon of peanut oil

Materials Needed

  • Bowl with lid
  • Paletta
  • Scale weighs food
  • Spoon
  • Pan

Preparation

  1. In a bowl, mix the dry ingredients (pea protein powder, oatmeal and coconut flour) with the liquid ingredients (egg whites, unsweetened apple juice, almond milk). Mix everything with the mashed banana pulp to obtain a thick batter. Add a pinch of yeast and continue mixing.

To understandÂ…
In this recipe we used isolated pea proteins, with good biological value and high digestibility. They have a complete amino acid profile and are suitable for people with lactose intolerances or allergies. Alternatively, soy protein can be used.
Egg whites are a food widely consumed by athletes because they are rich in proteins and almost devoid of fats.
Compared to wheat flour, oatmeal is richer in terms of protein and fiber.
Banana and apple juice are used in this recipe as natural sweeteners.



  1. Heat a pan and grease it lightly with a little oil.
  2. With a spoon, take a part of the batter and pour it on the hot pan, forming discs.
  3. Cook the pancakes for 3-4 minutes over medium heat, turning them often with the spatula to avoid burning them. For even cooking, it is recommended to cover the pan with the lid. With these doses, about 8-10 pancakes are obtained.
  4. Serve hot pancakes, accompanied by maple syrup.

Alice's comment - PersonalCooker

Protein pancakes are truly delicious - a great example of combining business with pleasure. If you like them, you can also take them after training to recover the energy consumed during exertion. Also try the protein snacks with raspberries!

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