These protein pancakes get a nutritional increase from pot cheese and Greek yogurt! The recipe builds enough for just two people but you can easily double or even quadruple the recipe. Can be made gluten-free or whole grain.
Protein pancakes don’t sound accurately appetizing but seriously … these are so good and you don’t need to be put off by the protein in the entitle! There’s lots of cottage cheese in these pancakes but all it does is stir the pancakes less bready and more moist.
I don’t know if I’ve ever mentioned this before, but I’m a atrociously cluttered being. And this also applies to the fridge.
I buy stuff intending to bake with it and then I get a different idea, buy more, get another idea, and so on. Today was get rid of the pot cheese and Greek yogurt day.
I’m not really into thick hotcakes. I ever spread them out with the evaluating goblet I used to pour them into the pan.
Something else that I love about them is how good they are cold. I dine these from the fridge all day and they were awesome. I simply couldn’t get my imagination off of them.
This recipe is easily double-dealing, which is how I would have liked to impel them. I like to have some for the week to reach my mornings a little brighter. It’s nice to have something to wake up to early in the morning. 🙂
These have absolutely no added sugar of any character, but I didn’t even acknowledge as I had some super flavorful strawberry sauce. If you miss, you could lent a teaspoon or two of sugar or carbohydrate or what it is you like. It shouldn’t affect the pancakes.
Most of my recipes these days are dairy-free and vegan but regrettably I couldn’t find a way to veganize these. Chia or flax eggs might work in place of the eggs( though I’m not sure) and dairy-free yogurt would work for the Greek yogurt, but then there’s curd cheese. And I can’t think of a good sub.
These banana pancakes can also be made gluten-free and too have a vegan option! I typically have a batch sitting in my freezer for emergency snacks.
I hope you all had a lovely Christmas( if you celebrate) and are having a great start to 2019! 🙂
Protein Pancakes( gluten-free, whole wheat alternatives) Prep Time: 5 minCook Time: 15 minReady in: 20 minYield: 6 5″ pancakesIngredients2 tablespoons wheeled or quick oats( make sure to use GF oats if needed) 2 tablespoons