Where do you get your protein from?
High-Protein Pancakes is the answer! 🙂
Today I have a new breakfast idea for you, which will not only saturate you for a long time but also provides you with important proteins, nutrients, vitamins, fiber, and minerals! These protein pancakes are really easy, fast, and super delicious!
At the same time, the Protein Pancakes provide you with complex carbohydrates and fiber, which, in combination with the proteins, keep you satiated for a long time. This also keeps your blood sugar level constant and prevents unnecessary cravings. Berries are also true nutrient bombs that are considered as “superfood”. The small fruits have so many nutrients, vitamins, antioxidants and so much more than hardly any other food.
Berries – small superfood bombs
I always have frozen berries in the freezer. Berries are very sensitive and go to waste very quickly. However, by freezing them, this is avoided. You also have fresh fruit at home at all times and don’t have to accept any loss of nutrients. For me, a perfect alternative to freshly picked berries!
Enough beating around the bush: Let’s hit the turntables!
- 100 g oatmeal flour glutenfree
- 50 g protein powder
- 20 g oat flakes
- 30 g cocoa nibs
- 10 g cocoa powder
- 250 g water sparkling
- 50 ml oat milk glutenfree
- 2 g cinnamon ca. ½ TL
- 5 g baking powder
- 1 g salt small pinch
- 1 tsp coconut oil for the pan
- 100 g berry mix frozen or fresh
- 100 g soy yogurt
Prepare the dough
- Mix all the ingredients of the dough except for the sparkling water, the oat milk, and the coconut oil in a large bowl. Then add the water and milk and mix well.
- Preheat a frying pan with the teaspoon of coconut oil to medium heat. Add a large tablespoon of the batter to the pan at a time (I can fit 3 in a pan) and fry them for 3 minutes on each side.
Blend the sauce
- For the sauce, blend the berries with the yogurt till smooth.
- Finally, stack your pancakes and pour the berry sauce over them. For the eye, you can garnish with fruits that you still have at home and some mint. And as always: Enjoy to the fullest!
You’ve probably noticed that I don’t use fat or sugar in my dough. This is purely intentional since we usually eat too much fat and sugar in everyday life anyway. The berry sauce completes the pancakes with a perfect sweetness for me. However, if that’s not enough for you, you can of course add a bit of sweetener. For example, my apple-blueberry pancakes are a little sweeter, because I put apples and blueberries, but also some agave syrup in the batter. With this recipe here, however, the high protein content was especially important to me. With only 4 pancakes, so about half the serving, you provide yourself and your body with over 25 g of vital protein!
High-Protein Pancakes with vegan protein powder
Here I use the protein powder from Go Superfood, a small but excellent company from Hamburg, which has finally ended my long search for a perfect protein powder! (Ad, because mentioning and because awesome!)
I was mainly looking for a protein powder that on the one hand of course not only tastes good but also corresponds to my expectations from the ingredients and nutritional values. As an upcoming nutritionist, I am of course a little pickier than others. Since it is not only vegan but also organic, I did not have to think too long and am very happy with it! If you also want to try it, you get 15% discount with the code “rosa” when ordering in their online shop! Read more about everything you should know about protein powder!
With this in mind: Have fun cooking at home – maybe you will find a little inspiration in my other recipes for a bit of fresh, healthy breeze in your kitchen! 😉
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Stay healthy and nuts! 😉