One of my most popular recipe posts is my chocolate protein oatmeal pancake recipe. It’s something I don’t make very often but always enjoyed when I did make it. Protein pancakes are a fun way to enjoy pancakes but still get in enough protein for a well balanced meal.
With that in mind, I decided to do a recipe roundup of protein pancakes created by other awesome bloggers! Hopefully you can make and enjoy these protein pancakes if you’re ever in the mood for some tasty protein packed pancakes.
Protein Pancake Recipes
Since Janetha orginially got me started on protein pancakes years ago, it’s only fitting for me to start the list with one of her many protein pancakes recipe posts. These fluffy protein pancakes pack a punch of protein – 32 grams of it.
Vanilla extract gives these pancakes flavor while the three eggs and half-cup of cottage cheese give it plenty of protein. Topping with fresh strawberries and bananas sounds like an excellent way to finish off these pancakes.
Vanilla and coconut pair up in these protein pancakes made from spelt flour, almond meal and protein powder. The addition of chia seeds and greek yogurt up the health factor while maple syrup and toasted coconut make it a dish you’ll want to have again and again.
With vanilla protein powder, egg whites and Greek yogurt you’re definitely having a protein packed pancaked here! The addition of banana and cream cheese will round up the texture and give it an unique flavor. Icing on top to create the cinnamon roll effect? Yes please.
These peachy flavored protein pancakes are the perfect pancakes to make during the summer when fruit is plentiful. Adding peach-flavored greek yogurt and diced peaches to the recipe makes for a very fruity pancake with fresh flavors.
Perfect for fall, these pumpkin spiced protein pancakes are made without flour but contain plenty of protein. The combination of protein powder, pumpkin, oats, and egg whites gives you lots of protein without sacrificing that pumpkin flavor and texture.
I recently discovered this protein treat blog and I’m loving all the recipes – there is even a special category for protein pancakes! As a lover of protein pancakes and oatmeal raisin cookies, I love this idea create with a healthy protein pancake mix like Kodiak Cakes.
Get your protein! Get your protein with these pancakes that contain greek yogurt and vanilla protein. The customized toppings pair perfectly on this peanut butter, banana, and chocolate tower of protein pancakes.
Like the last pancakes, these protein pancakes take advantage of how delicious chocolate and banana are together. Depite the rich combo, these pancakes have 21 grams of protein which will start your day off right.
Don’t let the simplicity of these protein pancakes fool you. The combination of ingredients that includes greek yogurt, an egg, and whole wheat flour makes delightful protein pancakes ready for your desired customization.
Blueberry pancakes are my absolute favorite which is why I’m in love with this idea for blueberry protein pancakes. They feature fresh blueberries blended into the batter with a low sugar blueberry jam syrup on top. Blueberries galore but still 38 grams of protein for you.
These low-carb pancakes pack a protein punch while still representing a candy bar. The almond extract, coconut, and dark chocolate used in this recipe will have you as satisfied as an Almond Joy but with much more protein and fiber.
These blueberry protein pancakes sound delightfully light and refreshing thanks to the lemon that is used. And since this recipe is coming from bodybuilding.com you know it’s going to be heavy on the protein side.
Lemon, lemon, lemon. This citrus is perfect in pancakes since it counteracts some of the heaviness. These protein pancakes made with lemon, protein powder, egg whites and more are a delightful and refreshing twist on traditional protein pancakes.
If you’re looking for a good vegan protein pancake, you might want to try these easy 4 ingredient protein pancakes. They are made with organic brown rice protein powder and topped with real fruit for tasty looking breakfast treat!
Protein Pancake Mixes
If you’re not sure about making protein pancakes by hand from one of these recipes, you might want to try a premade mix. Since making the perfect pancakes is all about getting the right ratio of ingredients in your mix, it might be a bit easier to start out with one of these.
There are a lot more protein pancake mix options these days than when I first started making protein pancakes, so finding one you like shouldn’t be hard. Check out the mix options below or let me know if you love one that I’ve missed!
Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes: Flapjack and Waffle Mix These Power Cakes are 100% Whole Grain and Protein Packed. All Natural, Non-GMO, Whole Grain Buttermilk and contain 14 g Protein, 5 g Fiber; No Added fat or Cholesterol. Size: Contains 3, 24 oz (680G) Pouches, Net Wt. 4.5 lb (2.04KG). Preparation is easy, just add water to create the mix. Allergen Information: Contains wheat, milk, and eggs. May contain traces of soy, peanuts and other tree nuts. For every sale, Kodiak Cakes donates a portion to Grizzly Bear and Wildlife Conservation.
MET-Rx High Protein Pancake Mix was created especially for those who love pancakes but want to stay on track with their fitness goals. When you find that eating egg whites every morning can become tedious, reach for MET-Rx High Protein Pancake Mix. Just mix two scoops with water and pour onto the griddle for a legendary breakfast experience. These pancakes are light and fluffy, with only 2.5 grams of fat per serving. Each serving also provides several key vitamins and minerals needed for muscle metabolism, so you can stay true to your athletic lifestyle.
Flapjacked Buttermilk Protein Pancake Mix is made using sweet cream buttermilk and coconut flour, this protein pancake boasts a complete protein with antioxidant power. Our key ingredient is the super food quinoa, which is a grain that supports healthy bone and muscle growth with a complete protein. (9 essential amino acids!) With only 200 calories per serving, our Buttermilk Protein Pancake Mix has a buttery, delicate and slightly nutty flavor while modestly packing 17grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber in each serving.
P28 Foods High Protein Pancake Dry Mix is the perfect option for those leading a healthy lifestyle who don’t want to give up their favorite dishes. A hearty breakfast staple that is perfect for both adults and children, these pancakes are a healthy twist on a classic dish. P28’s pancake mix is formulated to provide you energy and nutrition when you need it most. With a great balance of protein and carbohydrates, P28 pancakes are an excellent addition to any meal.
Hopefully you enjoy these protein pancakes and protein pancake mixes! Leave me a comment or send an email if I’ve left off an amazing recipe or mix… I’d love to share with everyone!