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High Protein P28 Chocolate Coconut Pancakes with Caramel Turtle Spread

High Protein P28 Chocolate Coconut Pancakes with Caramel Turtle Spread

High Protein P28 Chocolate Coconut Pancakes with Caramel Turtle Spread

High Protein P28 Chocolate Coconut Pancakes with Caramel Turtle Spread
 
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Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 15 mins
  • Serving size: 1 serving
  • Calories: 337
  • Fat: 12.1
  • Saturated fat: 5.1
  • Sugar: 5.5
  • Sodium: 595
  • Protein: 25.8
  • Cholesterol: 7.5
Recipe type: Macro-Friendly, High Protein
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This is a great protein pancake recipe that yields fluffy pancakes. We prefer pre-made mixes since certain brands of whey protein cook better than others. This way, we know what to expect and don't waste any whey protein.
Ingredients
  • 67.5 grams of P28 Chocolate Coconut Pancake mix
  • 15 grams of P28 Caramel Turtle Spread
Instructions
  1. Combine the pancake mix and enough water to form a batter, in a bowl.
  2. Whisk the ingredients until the batter is slightly runny.
  3. Heat a non-stick pan and put the flame to medium.
  4. Use a ladle to measure batter into even servings.
  5. Gently pour the batter on the center of the pan.
  6. Let one side cook until you see small bubbles appearing on the uncooked side.
  7. Once more bubbles appear, flip the pancake and cook for another minute.
  8. Spread 15 grams of P28 Caramel Turtle spread on the tops of your pancakes.
Notes
The macros listed are for the P28 Chocolate Coconut pancake mix and for the P28 Caramel Turtle spread only. Additional toppings will alter the macronutrient profile.
You can substitute the water in this recipe for egg whites to add even more protein. However, this can result in thinner, less fluffy pancakes.
A cooking spray like Pam, cooking oil, or butter can be used on pans that aren't non-stick.

Protein pancakes are a great way to experiment with your whey protein or casein. We’re not huge fans of making shakes especially when cutting or prepping because liquids are not satiating enough. Rather than drink our calories, we try to make something out of it by adding it to pancake mixes, putting it in baked goods or sandwiches, etc.

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