Easy Protein Pancakes

29 Aug

I found myself pretty busy last week. As you know, we moved CP to a brand new space, and then had our grand opening on Saturday. If you couple that with a Saturday evening wedding, and my first time stand up paddle boarding on Sunday, you can imagine I may have lacked the time to get the usual Sunday grocery shopping done.

In a pinch, I have a few recipes I go to in order to make sure I still eat right during the week. Over the course of the day I tend to stick to mostly protein and fat. Therefore, many common protein pancakes don’t work, because they include a fair amount of carbs.

Here is my go to pancake recipe, sans the carbs and artificial ingredients like protein powder.

In a bowl mix:

1 Cup of Liquid Egg Whites

1/2 Cup Almond Meal

1TBSP Unsweetened Coco Powder

3 drops of liquid stevia

Cooking directions:

Heat up a pan glazed with coconut oil on medium high heat

Pour contents of the bowl into pan

Let the mix sit until it starts browning and the under side firms up

Flip it over and let it sit an additional minute or two

Lower heat to medium low, and spread about a TBSP of peanut butter over one side of the pancake

Flip it into an omelet looking shape, let cool and enjoy!

There are two of those bad boys ready to go!

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3 Responses to “Easy Protein Pancakes”

  1. Mary August 31, 2012 at 9:39 am #

    Greg, these look awesome (Whether I can hang without syrup remains to be seen…). What kind of almond meal do you use?

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