Protein pancakes

Ingredients:

2 bananas
2 eggs
2tbs coconut flour
2 scoops vanilla protein powder
1tsp pure vanilla extract
Pinch of cinnamon

*Add almond milk as needed to reach pancake batter consistency

Directions:

  1. Spray pan with coconut oil cooking spray
  2. Mix all ingredients together
  3. Scoop batter to form pancakes on a hot griddle.
  4. Cook about 2 min each side Topping: In a bowl mix walnut pieces, a few sprinkles of cinnamon and a drizzle of honey.
  5. Spread organic peanut butter thinly on cooked pancakes and top with fresh banana slices and walnut mixture
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Abi B
Abi B
5 years ago

Can I use regular flour instead of coconut flour?

Team LSF
Team LSF
5 years ago
Reply to  Abi B

It may change the consistency of the pancakes. Also coconut flour is much better as it is higher in fiber and protein than plain flour.

Teodora
Teodora
5 years ago
Reply to  Team LSF

Hello.
Can I use tapioca?

Tnx

Team LSF
Team LSF
5 years ago
Reply to  Teodora

Tapioca flour? I wouldn’t recommend it. Unlike coconut flour that is rich in protein and fiber, tapioca flour offers virtually no nutritional benefits.

Teodora
Teodora
5 years ago
Reply to  Team LSF

Thanks a lot Katie.

Kyndall
Kyndall
5 years ago

Does this recipe make 1 serving?

Team LSF
Team LSF
5 years ago
Reply to  Kyndall

This will make about 2servings

SBO
SBO
5 years ago

Thank you ,I will try to do it.

I have never tried cake , These cake looks awesome!

Emma
Emma
5 years ago

Do you mix the bananas with the eggs and protein shake or are they used just as a topping?

Team LSF
Team LSF
5 years ago
Reply to  Emma

I just top the pancakes with bananas 🙂

Emma
Emma
5 years ago

tried these yesterday, they are AMAZING 🙂

Savannah
Savannah
5 years ago

Just wondering if you know the nutritional information for this recipe? They look so delicious and I’d like to give them a try.

Team LSF
Team LSF
5 years ago
Reply to  Savannah

Hi Savannah! The great thing about eating clean is you really don’t need to stress about calories etc. as long as you are eating reasonable portions. This is serving size 2 and is about 300 calories, 25g protein, 30g carbs and 9g fat (but all healthy carbs and fats that you want in the am). If you are trying to cut down on fat, use less walnuts and also try using PB2 peanut butter powder instead of regular peanut butter 🙂 Hope this helps!

Savannah
Savannah
5 years ago
Reply to  Team LSF

Oh, definitely not stressing about the calories and such. I like to keep track of my food intake and the nutritional information just to make sure I’m in the right ballpark. No big deal, though. Thank you so much!

Amanda
Amanda
4 years ago

I tried to make these and they turned into flat, tough little pancakes 🙁 What could I have done wrong?

Team LSF
Team LSF
4 years ago
Reply to  Amanda

Hmmm…. They will be a bit different than what you’re used to, but shouldn’t be tough…. Maybe you need to add a little more almond milk?

Amanda
Amanda
4 years ago
Reply to  Team LSF

I was supposed to add almond milk?? I missed that haha!!

Team LSF
Team LSF
4 years ago
Reply to  Amanda

whoops! Yep! And it’s noted to add more as needed to get pancake batter consistency 🙂

Amanda
Amanda
4 years ago
Reply to  Team LSF

Weird I don’t see that haha! How much do I add?

Team LSF
Team LSF
4 years ago
Reply to  Amanda

Hey! That’s so strange… I think I was looking at the Guiltless Nutrition Guide recipe. You can just add as needed to reach the right consistency.

Khadija McMahon
Khadija McMahon
2 years ago

I made these but I think I read the recipe wrong. To be clear, we should not use any of the banana in the actual pancake mix? Just for the topping, correct? Thanks!! ??

Team LSF
Team LSF
2 years ago

Hey babe! You mix all the ingredients together (including banana) in order to make the batter. 🙂

Carrie
Carrie
1 year ago

Have you had any luck freezing these? I want to make a large batch, and have them ready in the freezer to pop in the toaster for busy mornings.
Carrie

Team LSF
Team LSF
1 year ago
Reply to  Carrie

Hi Carrie! That is a great idea, tbh we haven’t tried it yet, but it could for sure work. Let us know if you do!