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How To Make A Healthy Paleo Sweet Potato Protein Pancakes Recipe

World’s Best No Flour Sweet Potato Blueberry Protein Pancakes

On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m sharing how to make a healthy paleo sweet potato protein pancakes recipe, using no flour.

Recently I shared a post showing you What I Eat In A Day While Traveling To Stay Lean And Healthy.

After showing you all the meals I ate while traveling, it’s clear you fell in love with the Sweet Potato Blueberry Protein Pancakes that Jess made for me.

I know this is true because the Live Lean Nation asked me a million times to show you this sweet potato protein pancake recipe.

So with that said, let’s make some protein pancakes using these healthy ingredients.

No flour or any other junk ingredients needed.

The Live Lean Nation doesn’t roll like that.

How To Make A Healthy Paleo Sweet Potato Protein Pancakes Recipe

Here’s how simple this sweet potato protein pancake recipe is to make.

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Paleo Sweet Potato Protein Pancakes
Sweet Potato Protein Pancakes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Sweet Potato Protein Pancakes
  1. The first step is to cook the sweet potatoes. Add 2 cups of water to a pot and boil over high heat.
  2. While the water is heating up, peel off the skin and cut 3 oz of sweet potatoes into cubes.
  3. Once the water is boiling, add the sweet potatoes to the pot. Boil for 6-7 minutes until they get soft and mushy. This will prepare them to be blended up. Remove the sweet potatoes from the water.
  4. Once the sweet potatoes are cooked, in a blender add 2 whole eggs, 3 oz of cooked sweet potato, 1/2 banana, 1 serving of vanilla protein powder, 1 tbsp of chia seeds (a great source of healthy fats), and a packet of natural stevia for sweetness.
  5. Blend that bad boy up until it reaches a smooth consistency of a traditional pancake batter.
  6. Now it's time to cook the pancakes in coconut oil. Grease up and cover the bottom of the pan with 1/2 tbsp of coconut oil and heat the pan over medium heat.
  7. Before adding the pancake batter, here's a little trick to know when the pan is heated properly. Once the coconut oil is melted and the pan is fully greased, put a little bit of water on your fingers, then speckle it on the pan. If the water starts to immediately bubble and boil, that's when you know the pan is heated and ready for the batter.
  8. Pour a 1/4 cup disc sized amount of pancake batter on the pan and cook for approximately 2-4 minutes, depending on the heat.
  9. After 2-4 minutes, flip the pancake. To ensure you don't make a messy flip, quickly scoop the spatula under the entire pancake, then flip it over. The cooked side should look golden brown.
  10. Cook for another 1-3 minutes, then remove it from the pan and add it to a plate.
  11. Repeat these steps for the remainder of the pancake batter.
  12. While the last pancake is cooking, it's time to make a sandwich with the cooked pancakes. Spread approximately 1/2 tsp of almond butter on the bottom pancake then place 8 blueberries on top.
  13. Add another pancake on top to make a sandwich, followed by another 1/2 tsp of almond butter and blueberries. Do this for all the remaining pancakes.
  14. Finally, add a sprinkle of cinnamon over top of the pancakes to add a nice splash of color.
Recipe Notes

Nutrition Information (per 3-4 pancake serving):

Calories: 625

Protein: 44 g

Carbohydrates: 47 g

Fat: 29 g

Damn That Looks Good!

Wow, there you go.

The healthy sweet potatoes, blueberries, stevia, protein powder, and almond butter add so much flavor to this recipe.

Based on this, there is no need for grains, sugar, and artificially sweetened syrup in your pancakes.

Since you have to eat to Live Lean, it’s time to eat.

Give these paleo sweet potato pancakes a taste.

Sweet Potato Pancakes

These healthy protein pancakes are so moist and soft, that they just break apart with ease.


These are the best protein pancakes that I’ve ever tried.

Typically when you add protein powder to pancakes, it dries them out.

Not when you use sweet potatoes.

Damn that’s good!


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56 responses to “How To Make A Healthy Paleo Sweet Potato Protein Pancakes Recipe

  1. Brad, is it just me or do you follow an eating routine similar to the Paleo
    diet? Curious as to your thoughts on this. I started the Paleo diet not too
    long ago…are you a supporter of this type of eating? Thanks for making
    AWESOME videos and yummy food recipes! 🙂

  2. One question regarding the chia seeds… Is it ok to cook them at high
    temperature? I understand that omega 3 is super sensitive to heat… Pls

  3. Oh my God. It`s looking so delicious, totally gonna eat that as a
    pre-workout breakfast….

  4. I’ve tried many other protein pancake recipes and this one is the best by
    FAR! It felt like a cheat meal it was so good. Thanks!!

  5. Hey Brad, I’ve just made them. Best pancakes I’ve ever had in my life!!
    Thanks for that recipe!! DAMN THAT’S GOOD!!

  6. I tried these and they are amazing thanks for the recipe man! So amazing in
    fact I didn’t let my girlfriend have any!

  7. I tried these and they are amazing thanks for the recipe man! So amazing in
    fact I didn’t let my girlfriend have any!

  8. Damn right my vote is in!!! You need to be writing and working for Men’s
    Heath!!! What better way to expand plus you have the gift to expand your
    knowledge. Thanks Brad

  9. These are delicious made them for dinner because I haven’t had time in the mornings and I have been dying to try them. I used strawberries instead of blueberries because that is what I had in my frig and I would definitely do it again. Yum!

  10. Hey brad I don’t like peanuts. Is there something else I can snack on. And
    are raisins good for a snack?

  11. Dear Brad you have an impressive physique. Are 4-min Tabatas the primary
    focus of your personal fitness practice?

  12. Hi Brad,

    I made your pancakes last night, they are delicious! Would you happen to have the nutrition breakdown?

  13. Buddy, the one the your girl cooked for you look more appetising, what’s
    the difference? Maybe ask your girl to be a guest to do the cooking videos
    for the next one. 😀

  14. Thank you for voting.
    You can vote once per entry per day, and you can share your favorite
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  15. I voted for you! I hope you win because I know you won’t perpetuate bro
    science since you actually do your research! Also, what kind of protein
    powder do you use? Is that a flavored one?

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