Protein pancakes recipes low in calories

Protein pancakes recipes low in calories. There are loads of pancake recipes available on the internet, but only a few of them provide enough protein to get you going for the day. Choose any of the low-carb protein pancake recipes and enjoy along with a glass of milk or orange juice.

Protein pancake recipes low in calories
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Below are four protein pancake recipes that are more satiating than your favourite carb-heavy pancakes.

These recipes are healthy, filling, tasty, delicious and easy to prepare. They also work perfectly as a meal prep option. On the plus side, serving of each of these protein pancake recipes contains enough protein, carbs, and vitamins to fuel you through the morning.

Vanilla Protein Pancakes Recipe

Protein pancakes without protein powder.

Start your day on a high note with this Vanilla Protein Pancakes recipe. Each serving will give you 27grams of protein and 247 calories. You can eat it right before or after a workout to help you maintain your body mass and promote your muscles’ growth.

Ingredients:

  • Egg whites                                          16 ounce container
  • Stevia powder                                     1 tbsp
  • Instant oats                                          2 ½ cups
  • Low-fat cottage cheese                       1 cup
  • Ground cinnamon                               ½ tsp
  • Vanilla protein powder                       1½ scoops
  • Vanilla extract                                    ½ tsp
  • Cooking spray                                    

How To Make Vanilla Protein Pancakes Recipe:

Get a large bowl and combine the instant oats, protein powder, stevia powder, oatmeal, vanilla extract, cottage cheese, and ground cinnamon in it. Get a skillet, spray with the cooking spray, and place it on medium-high heat.

Then pour 1/3 cup of the batter into the skillet and use the back of your measuring cup to flatter it. Cook the pancake for about four minutes, flip and cook the other side for three more minutes.

Repeat this process for the remaining batter. Serve and enjoy your protein-packed pancakes.

Banana Protein Pancakes Recipe

Banana pancake recipe. fluffy protein pancakes

The banana protein pancake recipe is not only easy to make but also has an amazing taste. It is a low-carb and low-fat diet with a high amount of protein.

This recipe is the perfect go-to breakfast if you want something healthy, filling, and delicious. The best thing is that you need just five simple ingredients to make these banana protein pancakes, and you can get it ready in less than fifteen minutes.

Ingredients:

  • Cinnamon                                            1/8 tsp
  • Vanilla protein powder                       40g
  • Baking powder                                   ¼ tsp
  • Large ripe banana                               1
  • Large eggs                                           2
  • Salt                                                      ¼ tsp

How To Prepare Banana Protein Pancakes Recipe:

Get two clean medium-sized bowls and separate the egg whites from the yolk carefully (the egg whites in one bowl and the yolks in the other).

Beat the egg whites on high until they form soft peaks (ensure there is no oil, yolk, or fat on the bowl and beater, or else it won’t form). Add the remaining ingredients to the bowl with egg yolks and beat until smooth.

Then fold ½ of the egg white mixture into the yolk mixture until roughly combined. Add the remaining egg whites into the mixture and continue to stir until well combined. After that, heat a skillet over low heat.

Scoop ¼ cup of the mixture onto the skillet and allow it to cook for 90 seconds on each side. Top with fresh fruits, 1 tbsp of honey, and serve.

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No-banana Protein Pancakes Recipe

No - banana protein pancake recipe.

Although these protein pancakes recipe is made without banana, its taste is just as yummy as other pancakes on this list. Each serving of this low-carb, fluffy, and light pancakes will give you 9g of protein and 147 calories.

Ingredients:

  • Rolled oats                                          1½ cups
  • Vanilla whey protein powder             1scoop
  • Vanilla extract                                    ½ tsp
  • Maple syrup                                        1 tbsp
  • Baking powder                                   3 tsp
  • Eggs                                                    3
  • Coconut oil                                         2 tbsp
  • Plain Greek yogurt                              ½ cup

How To Prep No-Banana Protein Pancakes Recipe:

Blend the rolled oats in a blender until powdery. Add the remaining ingredients (except the pockets of powder) and blend until smooth. After that, grease a non-stick pan and place it over medium heat.

Then scoop ¼ cup portions of the mixture into the pan and cook for about two minutes. Flip and cook the other side for one minute.  Serve and Enjoy!

Chocolate Protein Pancakes

Chocolate protein pancakes recipe

Are you looking for a healthy way to curb your chocolate cravings? You should try out these chocolate protein pancakes. It is loaded with protein, iron, calcium, and vitamins. This protein pancake recipe is super quick and easy to prepare. Try it out now!

Ingredients:

  • Large eggs                                           4
  • Uncooked rolled oats                          ¾ cup
  • Cocoa powder (unsweetened)             2 tbsp
  • Ripe bananas                                       2
  • Chocolate protein powder                  ¼ cup
  • Ground cinnamon                               1 tsp
  • Coconut oil                                          1 tbsp
  • Pure maple syrup (for serving)
  • Raspberries (as toppings)

How To Make Chocolate Protein Pancakes:

Place all the ingredients (except coconut oil) into the blender and blend until smooth. Get a non-stick pan, pour the coconut in it, and heat over medium-high heat.

Once the coconut oil is melted, scoop 1/3 cup of the batter onto the hot pan. Cook until bubbles start to appear in the middle of the pancakes or for about three minutes.

Flip and cook the other side until it turns golden-brown or for about two-three minutes. Repeat this process for the remaining batter. Drizzle the pancake with pure maple syrup, top with fresh raspberries, and serve.

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15 Responses

  1. kileen says:

    Protein packed pancakes sound really amazing! I would love to start my morning off with a stack of these!

  2. Mosaic Art says:

    Oh i’ve never tried to make protein pancakes, i would love to try your recipe.

  3. solidparent says:

    Yum, this sounds great! Amazing and healthy but sounds delicious.

  4. Millie says:

    I try to eat healthy and this will debut at my Christmas breakfast. Looks and sounds delicious.

  5. Thats cool and healthy. I like pancakes and everyone in our house. I will try out your recipe

  6. catherine santiago jose says:

    These pancakes recipes sounds really delicious. I’ll be making this for tomorrow’s breakfast. Thank you!

  7. I love pancakes and I need to try these! Pinning for later!

  8. Mae Loureto says:

    I love pancakes! And would love to try this twist! Protein packed pancakes sounds so interesting and I can’t resist!

  9. Knashz says:

    Low in calories? I miss pancakes, would really like to try this out!

  10. ahawkins says:

    This comes at the right time as I am considering other ways to eat healthier. The chocolate and vanilla ones seem yummy and a good place to start!

  11. rachel says:

    Oooh we cannot wait to try some of these! Particularly the banana!

  12. Norma says:

    I love having pancakes especially during the winter. I have a hard time deciding which recipe to try first. Great that they are low calories.

  13. Mae Loureto says:

    I’d really want to try these protein pancakes recipes! Low calories, yes please!

  14. Lots of recipes for different pancakes! I like the thin ones, crepes.

  15. marjiemare says:

    That will be on my brunch menu this Sunday. Thanks for sharing!

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