3 Ingredient Protein Pancakes…

Telling someone that you’re having pancakes for breakfast sounds super unhealthy (not that having that sometimes is a bad thing)! They’re often laden with syrups, cream, toppings of all sorts (if you’ve been to the Pancake house at Centre Parcs, you’ll have seen allllll the topping options) and made with butter, full fat milk/buttermilk and your bog-standard flour. HOWEVER, having a healthy pancake breakfast is such a simple task.. there really is no excuse.

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These high protein pancakes are whizzed up in seconds and, if you don’t want the chocolate option, contain only 3 ingredients.

So, here they are:

Serves: 1

Cooking time: 15 minutes

Ingredients: 

  • 1 banana,
  • 1 scoop of protein,
  • 150ml of egg whites or two eggs,
  • Optional: Cacao powder
  • Toppings of choice.

Method: 

  1. Pop all of the ingredients in your blender and whizz until well combined,
  2. Heat a frying pan on a medium heat and grease with either coconut oil or fry light spray,
  3. Pour 2 tablespoons amount in to the pan in a circulaur shape.
  4. Cook your pancake for around 2 minutes before flipping on to the other side.
  5. Continue to do so until all your mix is gone.
  6. Add your toppings and ENJOY!

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Protein Fudge b-RAW-nies

They’re double chocolate, have a chewy flapjack base and a gooey mousse like topping… what more could you want from a protein bar?
Well.. they’re also free from refined sugar, dairy and, if you like, can be gluten free. Want the recipe? Well here it is…
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You will need:
For the base:
70g (2 sachets) of Mornflake chocolate high protein porridge,
100g of Meridian Foods almond butter,
30g of that protein cacao and brown rice protein powder,
1 tablespoon of creative nature super foods cacao powder
Simply blend all of the ingredients together and pop in to a cling film lined baking tray and pop in to the fridge. Whilst this sets make your mousse topping.
For the topping:
1 tablespoon of creative nature superfoods cacao powder,
30g of that protein cacao and brown rice protein powder,
Half of a ripe avocado,
A ripe banana,
A teaspoon of Natvia natural sweetener,
Simply blend all of the ingredients together and spread over the flapjack layer.  You then need to pop the brownie into the freezer for an hour or two before cutting it in to squares. Keep in the fridge once made!
Enjoy xxx