Protein Packed Pancakes
Is it possible to have protein packed pancakes. Absolutely, yes! With the right ingredients you have your healthy pancake and can eat it too!
Protein Pancake Recipe
This is a pancake recipe packed with protein. How is this possible? Well, if you choose your ingredients carefully, it can be done.
High Protein Pancakes
These high protein pancakes have bone broth in them. Now, don’t go thinking they’re savory or that the flavor is compromised.
Heavens no! You have no idea whatsoever that there’s Kettle and Fire pasture raised chicken bone broth in the batter.
Easy Protein Pancakes
Another option with this recipe is for you to adjust to your needs. I used buttermilk. If you’d prefer to use a nut based milk or say coconut milk, I do believe it would be no problem.
Another swap might be gluten free flour. I’d suggest you use a one-to-one gluten free flour mix like Bob’s Red Mill Paleo Baking flour.
No Banana Protein Pancakes
Another key to making really good pancakes is the pan you use.
Mine is a non-stick green pan from Amazon, and I absolutely LOVE it! Here’s link to check it out. I use it for lots of things including omelets, crepes and French Scrambled Eggs!
How to Add Protein to Pancakes without Protein Powder
While I added a scoop of FlavCity’s Vanilla Protein Supplement, which is full of protein, I also used the Kettle & Fire chicken bone broth. The bone broth is perfect for the liquid needed in the recipe. And, in combination with the buttermilk, the nutrition is enhanced.
Be sure to check out my 20% discount on your Kettle and Fire bone broth order. That’s really a great deal. And, use my code, ALLYSKITCHEN, at checkout for these big savings!
These boxes of bone broth and bone broth soup are perfect for your pantry because you’ll see that you’re using them all the time for so many things. And, they have a pretty good shelf life, so stock up!
How to Make Protein Pancakes
This recipe for pancakes can really be a recipe for a dessert ‘cake’ too. It’s so simple to make. You have dry and wet ingredients. That’s it.
Once they’re blended, well, it’s magic. You get your cake. You could also use this recipe batter for muffins! Don’t think it’s just for pancakes.
And, of course, waffles!
Protein Fluffy Pancakes
These pancakes really are fluffy and puff up like a balloon! And, you want to eat them right off the pan because they’re best when hot and steamy!
You decide on the size of your pancake. I love the large size and that’s all you need, ONE! With fresh fruit and your other toppings, it’s a belly filler!
But, don’t forget to take a peek at some of my other pancake recipes. Oh, yes, there are some mighty tasty ones!
Protein Packed Pancakes
- DRY INGREDIENTS
- 1 scoop Vanilla Protein Smoothie mixture, see Notes for sourcing
- 2 Tbl. Date sugar
- 1 Tbl. Baking powder
- ¾ tsp. baking soda
- 1/8 tsp. salt
- 1 ½ cups flour, self-rising
- 1 cup coconut, shredded, unsweetened, optional
- WET INGREDIENTS
- 1 pasture raised egg
- 2 Tbl. Butter, unsalted, melted
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- ¾ cup buttermilk
- ¾ cup Kettle & Fire Regenerative Chicken bone broth, see Notes for sourcing
- In a large mixing bowl, mix all the dry ingredients, except the shredded coconut. Whisk together.
- In a medium mixing bowl or 4-cup measure cup, whisk together the egg, melted butter, vanilla, butter milk and bone broth.
- Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and blend well. Add the shredded coconut and blend in.
- Heat a non-stick pancake pan on medium heat. Add ½ tablespoon of butter. Just it melt and froth. Add about one-third cup of the batter to the center of the pan.
- Cook about 1 ½ to 2 minutes and when the edges start losing their shiny look, use two flexible spatulas to flip the pancake. Cook another about two minutes.
- Remove to a plate. Repeat with the remaining batter.
- Serve immediately with room temperature butter, warmed maple syrup and fresh fruit.
Again, please check out my 20% discount on your Kettle and Fire bone broth order. Use my code, ALLYSKITCHEN, at checkout for big savings! For this recipe, I used the REGENERATIVE Chicken Bone Broth.
These pancakes can be frozen! Yippppeeee. I recommend putting a piece of parchment paper between each pancake prior to freezing. Makes for easier removal and keeping the pancake intact.
Another idea for these pancakes? DESSERT! Yes, Why no cut one pancake into four 'triangles' and serve two trianges warmed with your favorite topping, ice cream, fresh fruit, creme fraiche, mascarpone, chocolate ganache. The possibilities are endless!
Have you ever made these with gluten-free flour? They look amazing!
Hi, Jennifer! Thank you, they are, indeed, delicious. You can make them the size you prefer. These also make great dessert ‘cakes’. No, I haven’t tried GF, but if I did, I’d choose a one-to-one GF flour mix, i.e., Bob’s Red Mill. If you make them, please let me know, luv! Thanks so much for stopping by! xoxx ally