I saw a protein pancake recipe a couple of months ago, but I’ve never been able to really try it because I haven’t actually had protein powder or any powder or flour actually and using a student budget I’ve had to really search for the cheapest yet most valuable mass builder during this period because I’m still bulking.
I have been using Muscle Works and Muscle Wellness products to add to my recipes just because they have been the most valuable for my money in the long run. You can check out the smoothie recipe I have in my Smooth Changes post, using Muscle Works Nitro Whey, if you want some blended high calories during the day.
Anyway, finally being able to budget my money properly, I guess, I’ve been able to set aside money for the Muscle Wellness Super Stacked Anabolic Mass PROMO, allowing me to have enough supplements for the month. The real expense for the pancakes is your protein powder, but save up for it if need be and get the full experience of the healthy protein pancakes!
NOTE: Blender required or whisk it
1 Tbsp Olive/Sunflower Oil
1 Heaped Scoop Protein Powder
Optional: Handful of Oats
- Pour 1 tbsp of oil in the frying pan.
- Dice banana and break egg into the blender, then switch on blender. (Oats can be added in this step)
- Turn on frying pan or stove to medium heat, while blender is running.
- While blender is still running, pour 1 heaped scoop of protein powder into it.
- Let the blender run until the batter is at a smooth consistency
- Let the possible bubbles settle
- Pour the batter into the pan at the size of your closed fist, it spreads as it gets warm
- Close the pan
- Keep the pancake cooking on each side for about 2-3 minutes each side = 6 minutes maximum for each pancake
- Repeat steps 7 – 9 for each pancake
This one mix makes about 3 – 4 pancakes, just add one or more of the ingredients to increase batter volume for more pancakes.
This Muscle Wellness Super Stacked Anabolic Mass has helped me in gaining 2 kg in a month and it tastes really good, it is definitely worth the price, to give you guys a young review on it and how it has worked for me.
NOTE: This is the nutritional information for the banana and egg together ONLY! The values with the protein powder will depend on which brand you use.
Calories: 753 kJ
As you can obviously see that most of the protein will come from the protein powder, so save up for that, indulge in these pancakes for breakfast or lunch or even dinner (I’ve done that before).
Try it out and let us know how it goes!