5 Protein Pancake Recipes for Weekend Brunching
What are weekends for if not for lie-ins and long, lazy brunches? Make the most out of the extra time and celebrate Pancake Sunday in style with one of these 5 protein-packed pancake recipes. Whether you're in the mood for chocolate or peanut butter, sweet or savoury, we've got you covered!
Vegan Chocolate and Raspberry Pancakes
Indulge your inner chocoholic with this raspberry and chocolate pancake stack that is surprisingly simple to make and healthy too.
If you don't always have the time (or energy!) to make a complicated breakfast in the morning then these pancakes are the perfect answer - you can even whip up the batter the night before you need it. Find the recipe, here.
Quinoa Protein Pancakes
Quinoa – hard to say, easy to love. Pronounced keen-wa, this versatile grain is a firm favourite at Neat and for good reason. Quinoa is a complete protein, meaning it contains all nine of the essential amino acids we require from our diet. It’s also chocked full of anti-inflammatory phytonutrients and has a small amount of omega-3 fatty acids. Pretty much an all round delight!
So what do you do with quinoa? Well, you can boil it much like rice or couscous, or if you’re feeling like you’re really hot stuff, you can make quinoa pancakes. Find the recipe, here.
Peanut Butter Protein Pancakes
There are two things we love without doubt at Neat HQ: pancakes and peanut butter - so why not put them together and create the ultimate weekend treat? Find the recipe, here.
Blueberry Flapjack Pancakes
Yes, you heard us right - blueberry flapjack pancakes with a salted caramel sauce! They might sound too good to be true, but these high protein pancakes are made using healthy ingredients such as egg whites and slow-releasing casein protein, which will help keep you feeling full all morning long. Find the recipe, here.
Savoury Buckwheat Protein Crepes
We love brunch at Neat Nutrition. Brunch food, hanging out with mates, another meal between breakfast and lunch... there are so many positives. Try hosting brunch for your fit foodie friends and serve something a little different. Find the recipe, here.
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