in The weekends to me scream pancakes and waffles. Nothing like a nice fluffy stack of pancakes on a Sunday morning. Normally I will make these protein pancakes in dollar size and stack them up, but this weekend I just wanted one giant pancakes with all the toppings.
Protein pancakes are super easy to make, and you can even prep them on the weekends, freeze them and then pop them in the toaster to reheat them during the week for an easy quick breakfast.
These pancakes have only a few ingredients: Protein powder (I use Tone it Up), egg whites, baking soda, vital proteins, and sun butter.
Just need to add all the ingredients to a bowl and mix well. I also decided to add a dash, (well a few dashes) of cinnamon last minute.
The pancakes cook up pretty fast, but its important to not flip them too soon. I like to spray the pan first with non stick cooking spray and let it heat up a bit on med-high. Then I pour my batter in and wait for the center to bubble before flipping.
I decided to drop in some strawberries, but you can totally eat these as is, or add anything else of your choice...chocolate chips are never a bad idea....
After its flipped, it will probably need another 3-5 minutes until fully cooked. Then you are ready to plate it up and add all the toppings your heart desires. I topped mine with a Sun Butter drizzle, which is done easily by just dipping a spoon into the container and then you can just drip it slowly on top of the pancake. I also added a few chocolate chips ( I always use Enjoy Life). and some Purely Elizabeth grain free granola.
I enjoyed every last bite! May or may not have licked the plate after, but whos judging .....
1 Scoop Tone it up Protein
1 Scoop Vital Proteins powder
1 tsp baking soda
1 tbsp sun butter
1/4 cup egg whites
1.) Mix all ingredients together in a bowl
2.) add a dash of cinnamon if desired
3.) fold in topping (options)
4.) spray pan with non stick cooking spray and heat on med-high heat for 1 min so pan gets hot
5.) pour in batter and cook until center starts to bubble
6.) Flip pancake and cook for 3-4 minutes more.
7.) Enjoy, and top will ALL the toppings!
If you remake these pancakes please tag me so I can see and share! @stephi.paige
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