Ask The Protein Powder Chef: Do You Have A Recipe For Protein Pancakes?

Drop that frozen waffle. Slice through this delicious carb-and-protein-filled breakfast that's sure to kick off your day the smart way.

Hi Protein Chef! I love a warm breakfast, but I'm sick of oatmeal. Do you have a recipe for a delicious, nutritious meal that packs a protein punch?

Move over oatmeal. Now that it's winter and the temperature is dropping, what better way to start your day than with a big, steaming stack of freshly made protein pancakes? They're fluffy, delicious, and sure to hit the spot.

I made these using cinnamon roll protein powder and coconut flakes. It might sound like an unusual combination, but it works! The coconut adds an extra element of crunch to the pancakes while complementing the cinnamon roll flavor perfectly. Well, at least I think so. If my predictions are correct, you're likely to feel the same.

Not a fan of coconut? Substitute it with some flaxseed. For extra body, I added pea protein to the mix. If you don't have it, feel free to substitute with casein. So bust out that skillet, grab your ingredients, roll up your sleeves, and dive in!

  1. Blend all ingredients together.
  2. Spray a nonstick pan with coconut flour, PAM, or low-calorie spray.
  3. Turn your heat to medium/high.
  4. Once the pan is sizzling hot, pour your batter on it. Then turn the heat back to medium/low to make sure the pancakes cook through without burning.
  5. Flip once bubbles start to appear on the pancake's surface, flip again, and then boom: ready!

Protein Pancakes PDF (144 KB)

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size (1 stack) Recipe yields 1 stack
Amount per serving
Calories 564
Total Fat 21.1 g
Total Carbs 39 g
Protein 57 g