Bodyism Notting Hill’s Protein Pancakes
And, unlike their sugar-laden counterpart, these proteins pancakes don’t need to be saved as a treat for the weekend or your cheat day. Filled with protein, healthy fats and carbs this recipe ensures indulgence while keeping up with our Clean and Lean credentials. These take under 5 minutes to prepare and make a nutritious breakfast, post-gym snack or impressive brunch for when you’ve got company. Trust us, it’s a crowd pleaser!
Top Tip*These pancakes are sweetened with Protein Excellence. Bodyism’s Protein Excellence has a natural sweetener in it which is also acts as a prebiotic. So not only will be you getting a great dose of protein, you will also be helping your gut. Just a reminder, increasing your protein intake will not turn you into the hulk. On the contrary, protein will help you build lean, long muscles and will also satiate your sugar cravings too.
Experiment with this recipe – the possibilities are endless! Switch up the oats for almond or coconut flour, add almond butter, berries, cacao to the base – the kitchen is your oyster!
100g gluten free oats
1 scoop Protein Excellence
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1 mashed banana
1 tsp coconut oil
(optional) maple syrup
In a blender mix all the ingredients together.
Heat a frying pan and add the coconut oil. Let it spread over the whole pan.
Once the pan is hot, pour a ladle of the batter into the pan and move the frying pan in a circular motion until you have the thickness you are after (I like them quite thick).
Leave to cook for approximately 4 minutes and then impress with your flipping skills and cook the pancake on the other side for another 3 minutes.
Once cooked through and golden brown, remove from the pan.
For the toppings – you go wild! Add a spoon of coyo, some almond butter, some berries, maybe a spoon of granola and if you need extra sweetness some maple syrup (try before you add it though).