Protein Pancakes Recipe


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High Protein Low Carb Pancake Bodybuilding Recipe


Ok, here's one for high protein/low carb pancakes. I use Designer Whey, and it has guar gum in it so these recipes might differ if you use another brand of protein.
No big deal, just be prepared to experiment a little. 1/4 cup water 2 scoops Designer Whey, natural flavor 1 egg 1 Tbs oil 1 tsp baking powder Pinch salt
  • Mix it all up, make pancakes with it.
  • Cook on medium in a lightly oiled pan.
  • Be careful, they cook rather fast.
  • They will brown like regular pancakes.
Troubleshooting: (results will vary based on the moisture content in your protein, humidity etc)
If the mix is too watery, add protein
If the mix is too thick (should be like pancake batter) add water
If the results are too dry, add oil
If the results are too rubbery add baking powder
If you use another protein powder, you may need to add a little flour to get the right consistency (it needs the gluten to hold together)

Once you get these right, other variations become pretty easy.

Waffles: Add a little more oil, and cook in a waffle iron
Bread-Substitute: Add a slight bit more protien and baking powder to make the batter a little more stiff and cook like pancakes. The result should rise more and be a suitable replacement for bread.
Chocolate: Use chocolate designer whey.
Make a turkey sandwhich using this as bread, and you're doing pretty good for protein.

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