Protein Pancakes

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Protein Pancakes

Protein Pancakes

 

1 C oatmeal

2 eggs

2 scoop New Zealand whey sweetened with stevia or unsweetened

3 C water

½ tsp sea salt or Celtic

¼ C maple syrup

1 C dried blueberries

 

Directions:

In a blender add wet ingredients, then dry, except blueberries. Blend to a smooth batter. Add blueberries and pulse 2-3 times to mix. Remove from blender base. Heat a skillet coated with coconut oil, spoon out protein batter onto skillet. Cooks very quickly and will not show bubbles like carb pancakes. Check by lifting edge with spatula and flip over. Makes 4-6 awesome protein pancakes. May not need maple syrup on top. Some like nut butter and applesauce on top, or these power pancakes can be eaten on the go as is! Satisfying.

 

Nutrition:

1 C of oatmeal has 24g of carbohydrates for energy, 6 g of protein, 4 grams of fat, 4 g of fiber, manganese, iron, zinc, and selenium. 2 eggs contain 12 g of protein, 10 g of fat, 126 g of sodium, 213 mg of cholesterol, (remove yolks to avoid) and 0 carbs.

Blueberries are a good source of antioxidants, vitamins A, C and E, a small amount of vitamin Bs. Blueberries also contain minerals potassium, manganese, copper, iron, and zinc. Pure maple syrup contains natural sugars for energy, calcium, potassium, zinc, manganese (needed for energy production & enzyme function), magnesium, omega-6 fatty acids, vitamin Bs and A. Sea or Celtic salt contains 82 trace minerals, helping to regulate heart rate and blood pressure, reduce mucus, alkalize, support electrolyte balance, improve nerve communication, improves energy and helps to reduce incidences of muscle cramps. This recipe is light and satiating. Enjoy!

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