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These protein pancakes are incredibly quick and easy to make, and packed with protein too of course! Because these are so simple, we’ve added a few topping ideas so you can mix things up a bit!

Easy Vanilla Cinnamon Protein Pancakes Recipe

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IngredientsEasy Vanilla Cinnamon Protein Pancakes Recipe Macros

Makes: 8 pancakes
Macros: Calories 158, Protein 18.3g, Carbs 15.2g, Fat 2.4g

  • 15g vanilla whey
  • 15g oat flour
  • 30g apple puree
  • 40ml (or 1 medium-large) egg white
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  • ½ tsp baking powder

Topping ideas: Flavouring drops/extracts, Fresh blueberries, Chopped nuts, Marshmallows, Chocolate chunks, Freeze dried fruit or dried fruits e.g. sultanas.

Basic Pancake Method

  1. Combine all of the ingredients together in a bowl, mix well and blend with a hand blender until pale. Stir in any fruit, nuts or other add in’s you’re using.
  2. Heat a non-stick pan to a medium heat with spray/ coconut oil.
  3. Add a tablespoon of the mixture to the frying pan. Cook for 5-10 seconds. Flip. Cook and repeat until the batter is used up.
  4. Stack up, serve, and enjoy with one of the simple topping recipes shown below!

Easy Vanilla Cinnamon Protein Pancakes Recipe

Simple Topping Recipes

1-minute blueberry jam:

Chuck a handful of frozen blueberries in a microwaveable bowl with a splash of water. Microwave on high for a minute or two, mashing up the blueberries and stirring in-between. It should thicken up. Stir in any additional sweetener. This also works well with cranberries & raspberries!

Caramelised banana:

Slice up a fresh banana. Sprinkle with cinnamon and choice of sweetener (e.g. honey, agave, Sukrin brown sugar/icing sugar, regular choice of sugar). Heat a frying pan with coconut oil. Fry the banana until caramelised. If using a sugar substitute, watch it doesn’t burn.

Healthy chocolate sauce:

Add a tbsp of cocoa powder to a bowl and mix to a smooth paste with water/almond milk. Add a bit more liquid to make it into a liquid. Microwave for 10- 20 seconds, stir and repeat until thickened. Stir in sweetener of choice, to taste and a dollop of fat free greek yoghurt.