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High Protein Pancakes

Updated: Dec 9, 2021

Pancakes are one of my favorite breakfast foods but I rarely eat them because that many carbs and that much sugar usually leave me feeling low energy and gross the rest of the day. These protein pancakes are to the rescue!! They use my all-time favorite protein @beverlyinternational UMP and pack a punch of 35g protein for the whole stack! I’d love to know if you give these a try! ⁣


🔹20g oat flour ⁣

🔹25g UMP Protein (vanilla or graham cracker will work) ⁣

🔹1T whole wheat flour⁣

🔹1/2 tsp baking powder ⁣

🔹1/4 cup egg whites ⁣

🔹75g Oikos triple zero vanilla greek yogurt (half of a small container) ⁣

🔹1/4 cup almond milk ⁣


🔹Mix the dry ingredients until combined.⁣

Add in wet ingredients and mix until well incorporated. ⁣

🔹Turn your stove on medium-high and add a little cooking spray to a skillet. ⁣

🔹Add about 1/4 cup batter to make each pancake.⁣

🔹Cook until bubbles start to form then flip. 🔹Cook on the other side until golden. ⁣

🔹Top with your favourite toppings! 🍓 🍫 ⁣

Some of my fav ways to serve these 🥞:⁣

✅ Classic: Add yogurt butter and sugar-free syrup⁣

✅ Fruity cakes: top with fresh fruit and a dollop of FF whipped cream⁣

✅ Berry cakes: microwave some frozen berries and mash them up. Add a touch of stevia if needed to sweeten them up and use them as syrup.⁣

✅ Chocolate PB cakes: Add Lily’s chocolate chips to the batter and make a syrup out of melted PB or PB2 🤤 ⁣

NUTRITION: For the whole stack: 344kcal-35P/36C/5F⁣

*Don’t forget to add in the nutrition in for any toppings.


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