Banana Protein Pancakes

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I love pancakes. If I could sustain a healthy diet by eating pancakes for breakfast, lunch and dinner I would be absolutely all for that. Fortunately, these pancakes are some of the healthiest around, so if you were tempted to have them for breakfast and maybe again at dinner, I don’t think you would notice to much of a change around the waistline.

I normally do my HIIT workouts in the evening and to refuel by body after I need to eat a high carb meal. Most people would probably go for chicken with quinoa or a delicious prawns and rice dish, not me, these are what gets me through the workout. The reward at the end. I would love to share with you the recipe for my favourite version of pancakes right now, work hard and enjoy the rewards.

Prep Time          
5 minutes

Cooking Time
5 minutes

Banana Protein Pancakes

Recipe Type: Post Workout
Cousine: Pancakes
Serves: 1

Ingredients

  • 2 egg whites
  • 15g oats
  • 1 medium banana
  • 1 scoop of chocolate protein powder
  • 1 drop coconut oil
  • Fage Greek Yog
  • agave syrup
  • 90% dark chocolate
  • 1 fig
  • Frozen blueberries

Instructions

1. Heat the coconut oil in the pan.
2. Mix together the egg whites, banana, protein powder and oats in the blender
3. Once the pan is hot enough, cook the pancakes in small circles
4. Chop your toppings
5. Tadaaaaa, ready to enjoy!!!

4 thoughts on “Banana Protein Pancakes

  1. Can’t wait to make these! A healthy twist on a classic ❤️ Can I use vanilla protein powder instead? I don’t have a chocolate one 😦 ?
    Xo- shea

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