Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Easy Protein Pancake Recipe

So here we have it my first ever recipe post..go easy on me ;)! As promised from this post  here i mentioned that i was going to start adding some healthy eating recipes to my blog, i had such a great response and this was the most requested one, so lets get into it.


These protein pancakes only consist of a few ingredients so it makes it super quick and easy to prepare before work or the gym, they are crazily filling and manage to keep me full till lunchtime which is great as it stops me from snacking. They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so may as well make it a tasty filling one!
These Protein Panckes are especially effective after or before a workout to help build that lean muscle and repair it.


You Will Need 

Shopping Basket
1 Cup - of Oats
1 1/2 Cup - of Egg Whites
2 scoops - of your chosen whey protein powder (i use a My Protein one in Chocolate Peanut Butter flavour..its delicious) this determines the flavour of your pancakes.
Low calorie cooking spray (to stop the pancake from sticking)

Equipment
Frying Pan
Blender or Whisk
Spatula 

Pancake Toppings (optional)
Fruit of your choice (i like to use raspberries, blueberries and bananas)
Yogurt - Greek, Low fat Vanilla or any other flavours
Nuts
Honey
Syrup
Peanut Butters - Almond, Peanut, Cashew (I'm using The Protein Works Dark Chocolate and Hazelnut Butter its absolutely amazing, and you get a massive tub of it for just £11.99!) 
or anything else that takes your fancy..go crazy its the fun bit :).

This recipe makes 6 big pancakes (and more if you want them smaller -no duh)

  
Step - 1
Add 1 1/2 cups of egg whites to your blender (or large bowl) i didn't have any liquid egg whites around so i separated the whites from a pack of large 6 eggs. 

Step - 2
Add your 1 cup of oats 

Step - 3
 Add 2 scoops of your chosen protein powder, then give everything a quick blast in the blender to mix it all together (or whisk till everything is nicely mixed) and pour mixture into a jug

Step - 4
 Spray some cooling oil on your pan to prevent sticking, on a medium heat. Then pour in your mixture depending on how big you want them, let them lightly bubble in the middle before using your spatula to flip them over they only need about 1min 30 each side id say.

Then once you've done all 4 steps, go crazy with your toppings and tuck in ..sweet sweet bon appetite!

Before


After
 

Enjoy!

If you have any questions, id be happy to help just leave me a comment or a tweet @classicrouge and i will try and get back to you ASAP.

Let me know if you'd like to see more of these posts and ill keep them coming, if not then i'll take the hint haha..
I would love to see your creations if you followed this recipe, show me your pictures on Twitter or Instagram and tag me in them.

Thank You For Reading,

Love Zoe x

15 comments:

  1. These look really good! Will have to give them a try :)


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    xo

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  2. Thanks very much :) ! You should they are so easy and yummy, let me know if you do xx

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  3. abeautifuldelight8 July 2014 at 20:23

    Love this Zoe! They look so good! I need to find a tasty protein powder that's vegan so I can make these! Keep the post coming, you encourage me to eat healthily! Fab post sweet xx

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  4. Thank you Abbie :) yea see if you can find one and give it a go, in that case I certainly will haha thanks xx

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  5. Oooh that looks so yummy. I will def be trying this! Check me out at www.bellaraeballber.com :)
    xxx

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  6. Ahh thanks so much , brilliant! Be sure to post me a pic ๐Ÿ˜‰ xx

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  7. Oh and I'll check out your blog too thanks xx

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  8. These look so great! Really want to try these, think I might suggest this to the BF for Sunday brunch, thank you so much for sharing Zoe, can't wait to see more of your recipes! Xxx

    Kitty | kittyhearts.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. Ahh well thanks very much! That's fab, let me know if you do .. I want to see haha, so sweet thank you very much, I shall keep them coming xx

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  10. India Benjamin9 July 2014 at 20:51

    These look AMAZING. I'm a proper fan of the banana egg pancakes at the moment too, but I have protein powder so might try these :)

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

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  11. Aw thanks so much! I've never tried that way but it sounds really yummy! Ooh you should , if you do let me know I'd love to hear what you think xx

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  12. More of these posts please! x

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  13. Thanks Sarah! I shall xx

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