I have been CRAVING pancakes. And since the AboutTime pancake mix has not been released yet, I had to make my own. I made this delicious batch of cookie tasting protein pancakes. Think Peanut Butter Oatmeal with Chocolate Chips and a dash of cinnamon. Yeah my mouth is watering too 😉
Crunchy Peanut Butter for topping (my homemade recipe)
20-30 Dark Chocolate Chips (for topping)
1. Throw wet ingredients in mixer and whip for 30 seconds.
2. Slowly add in dry ingredients while still mixing. Mix for another 30 seconds.
3. Heat your skillet on medium.Use a little coconut oil to grease the surface.
4. Use a 1/3 cup to scoop and pour batter.
5. Flip pancakes over when they start to bubble.
6. Top with your favorite cookie toppings!
And enjoy these light, fluffy, and decadent breakfast treats!
Thank you to the Entertaining Shoppe for sending this awesome mini decor package! We turned these pancakes into a cake and had a little party this morning. With bacon and eggs. And sparkler candles. Pretty much the best way to start a day. Ever.
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Cooke + pancake + healthy = one very very happy reader!! yum.
Hahaha Gina, I'm keeping you!
I love that you used almond milk – that's all we ever have around here! I tried making protein muffins once and they turned out pretty…dry. I need to give these pancakes a try! Visiting from the Blogging Collective =)
Hi Nat! Yes, I highly recommend trying AboutTime protein- it is the best I've used for baking!
I love adding hemp protein powder to just about anything baked.
Katie I am loving hemp seeds!
wow…they look great! I have never tried almond milk in baking before, but definitely will now!
You definitely should, it's so good!
They look and sounds delicious
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