Banana protein pancakes

Banana protein pancakes for breakfast? Yes please! You only need a couple of ingredients and the pancakes are truly healthy and delicious!

Scroll further down for the vegan alternative of the recipe.

Ingredients

  • – 125g flower
  • – 1 scoop Ekopura Organic Whey Protein
  • – 2 tea spoons of baking powder
  • – 1/4 tea spoon salt
  • – 1 egg, stirred
  • – 250ml organic milk
  • – 2 spoons of plant oil
  • – 2 ripe bananas, mashed
  • – Fresh fruit of your choice

How to make them?

  1. – Mix the flower, baking powder and salt in a bowl. In a separate bowl mix the egg, organic milk, plant oil, Ekopura Organic Whey and the bananas.
  2. – Stirr the flower mixture through the banana mixture, the batter will be a bit lumpy.
  3. – Heat the frying pan at medium heat. Pour the batter into the pan and bake the pancakes until they are golden brown on both sides; serve them up while they’re still warm and finish it off with some delicious fresh fruit. Enjoy!

Plant based recipe?

Would you rather prefer a 100% plant based recipe then you can replace the milk by almond milk, the egg by apple sauce and the whey by Ekopura Vegan Protein. Enjoy!

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One Comment

Mastersmift

Hi! I made these today and used a french vanilla protein powder that I had on hand (m protein per scoop). They were good and I will make them again. I have been getting into counting my macros recently and I m confused about the nutritional facts that are listed it states this makes 8 pancakes (it did) and a serving is 4 pancakes how is there only 8 grams of protein per serving if using 2 scoops of protein powder, and there are also 2 eggs in this? I clicked on the link for the protein powder in the recipe and it looks like m protein per scoop but this still did not make sense to me if using 2 scoops plus eggs. Are the nutritional facts accurate?

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