How To Make Protein Pancakes Without Protein Powder

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Apple Oat Cinnamon Protein Pancakes Recipe

On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I showing you how to make protein pancakes without protein powder.

This is another quick, healthy, easy, affordable and delicious high protein recipe from Brad’s Cookbook.

Today I am putting together an apple oat cinnamon protein pancake recipe.

That’s a mouthful, but it’s going to be delicious.

How To Make Protein Pancakes Without Protein Powder

You can make this protein pancake recipe post workout, for breakfast, or any time of the day.

These protein pancakes include a good source of protein and complex carbohydrates, to help you achieve your muscle building goals.

This is pretty much the opposite of what eating conventional cereal will do to your body.

Most conventional cereal is void of high quality protein and the carbohydrates come from processed sugars.

Consuming too much processed sugar will have your blood sugar levels bouncing all over the place.

This causes your body to produce more of the fat storing hormone, insulin, which will then increase your hunger throughout the day.

This is not how you Live Lean.

Fortunately, Living Lean is not about eating boring and bland foods

We add delicious flavor using natural ingredients, that do not include fattening sauces or sugar.

But besides all of this “health talk”, these apple oat cinnamon protein pancakes are also going to taste amazing.

They’re also super fluffy and moist, since we’re not using protein powder.

A lot of protein pancake recipes that use protein powder can make the pancakes dry.

So with all the said, are you interested in seeing how to make protein pancakes without protein powder?

How to make protein pancakes without protein powder

Here are the simple ingredients and instructions on how to make this quick, healthy, and delicious apple oat cinnamon protein pancakes recipe.

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Apple Oat Cinnamon Protein Pancakes
Apple Oat Cinnamon Protein Pancakes
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
Apple Oat Cinnamon Protein Pancakes
Instructions
  1. It's time to let the blender do all the work. Simply add 1/2 cup of oats, 6 egg whites, 1 tbsp apple sauce, 1 packet of the natural sweetener stevia, 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon, 1/4 tsp baking powder to a blender. We'll add the diced apples later, so don't add them to the blender.
  2. Blend for 10-15 seconds or until it reaches a pancake batter consistency.
  3. Heat a frying pan over high heat, then when it starts to heat up, lower the heat back down to medium. Spray the pan with non-stick avocado oil cooking spray.
  4. Here's a water trick to help figure out when the frying pan is heated properly. Drop a few droplets of water into the frying pan. If the water starts too sizzle, the frying pan is properly heated, and you are ready to start adding the protein pancake batter.
  5. Depending on how big you like your protein pancakes, pour at least a spoonful of the protein pancake batter into the frying pan.
  6. As the protein pancake continues to cook, add the diced apple on top. Optional: pour a little more protein pancake batter on top of the diced apples.
  7. Let the protein pancake continue to heat up for 1-2 more minutes, or until little bubbles begin to form on top. Then the protein pancake is cooked enough on that side, and is ready to be flipped.
  8. Quickly slide the spatula under the protein pancake and flip it like a pro. Once flipped, cook for approximately 45 more seconds, then remove from the first protein pancake from the frying pan and add to a plate.
  9. Continue cooking the rest of the protein pancake batter until it is all gone. Then you're ready to eat.
Recipe Notes

Nutrition Info (per serving):

Calories: 283

Protein: 29g

Carbohydrates: 35g

Fat: 3g

Just take a look at these delicious apple oat cinnamon protein pancakes.

It may look like a lot of food, but these protein pancakes are less than 300 calories.

How To Make Protein Pancakes Without Protein Powder

How good does that sound?

Damn that’s good

As you saw, it’s very simple to make these delicious and tasty apple oat cinnamon protein pancakes.

And since we made this protein pancake recipe without protein powder, they are fluffy and moist, rather than dry.

This recipe takes less than ten minutes to prepare and cook.

All that’s left is to take about five minutes to eat them.

That’s just a total of 15 minutes for any meal throughout the day, or for a high protein breakfast in the morning.

How To Make Protein Pancakes Without Protein Powder

No more excuses

It’s time to stop eating cereal out of a box, and add more healthy foods, like these protein pancakes, into your diet.

Do that consistently, and you’ll be well on your way to Live Lean, 365 days a year.

How To Make Protein Pancakes Without Protein Powder

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I’m not going anywhere, so let’s do this together.

Stay tuned for tomorrow’s slider workout, because we’re about to get sweaty together.

If you liked this recipe, be sure to check out the world’s best sweet potato blueberry protein pancakes recipe.


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8 responses to “How To Make Protein Pancakes Without Protein Powder

  1. Hi Brad,

    I was wondering, what kind of cooking spray are you using? It’s pretty hard to find one natural or organic! Something have to give I guess…

    By the way, thanks for the recipe and it really look good…

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