4 Ingredient Protein Blueberry Pancakes
Quick and easy, these gluten free protein blueberry pancakes only need 4 ingredients: Egg whites, protein powder, banana and blueberries!
When pancakes for breakfast can be high in protein, I’m all in! I’ve honestly got several pancakes on my blog that “Are my favorite ever”. haha. But really, each one has a purpose, and I’ll make different pancakes according to what I have in my pantry, and what my macro goals are for the day.
What’s the protein in these pancakes?
With two sources of protein, egg whites and protein powder, the entire recipe of protein blueberry pancakes contain 25 grams of protein (when I use the Clean Simple Eats protein powder). Other protein powders will have even more, but the CSE is only 100 calories per scoop, so I like to use this one. Plus, it bakes well for pancakes.
Other ingredients in this recipe is just a mashed banana and blueberries. You can’t get much cleaner than this!
I’ve tried pancakes without the mashed banana, and I don’t like them as much. The banana gives it a texture I prefer.
Quick Protein Blueberry Pancakes
- 1/4 cup liquid egg whites
- 1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder (CSE) (10% off with link)
- 1/2 banana mashed
- 1/4 cup blueberries
- 1 butter flavored cooking spray
- Whisk together egg whites and protein powder. Mash a banana into the bowl and stir till smooth.
- Spray a nonstick pan with cooking spray and place on medium heat.
- Scoop 1/8 cup at a time onto skillet. Drop 3-4 blueberries onto batter. Cook on both sides until no longer runny.
- Remove from pan and top with sugar free syrup.
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Good morning, I just found your recipes on Pinterest this morning. Planning to make the blueberry pancakes but I have a question. The Marcos are for one pancake but the serving for the entire recipe says five servings and the picture reflects five pancakes. So, I’m a little confused is the Marcos for only one of the five that the recipe makes therefore, I would need to find my http://www.personalpoint s for the entire recipe? I apologize if I have missed this information in the post but I just was very confused. I love your recipes and can’t wait to try more of them yeah I’m coming in I’ve got to get busy get my clothes on take her for a wa
Sorry! That is confusing!
The nutrition details in the recipe card are for one pancake if you make 5 (51 calories, 5 g protein per pancake)
At the top when I say full recipe 25g protein, it’s if you are them all!
Does that make sense?