This recipe is what I use when making pancakes for the family because they are healthy, full of protein, and they love them.
You’ve probably seen versions of it before.
I got the recipe from the original Trim Healthy Mama cookbook and I usually double the recipe when I make them for all 4 of us to eat.
A double batch makes about 15 medium size pancakes.
I use a cast iron griddle that sits on my gas stove that I bought years ago (similar to this one on Amazon).
For Extra Protein And Nutrients
I often add collagen or a scoop of protein (get it here) to the batch for even more protein and to keep us full longer but the taste of the pancakes is not altered.
Collagen is easily mixed into foods and drinks and is great for joints and it is anti-aging. (read the reviews on the last brand I bought)
The original recipe was found in the 2012 Trim Healthy Mama book.
- 1 Cup Old Fashioned Oats
- 4 Eggs
- 1 Cup Cottage Cheese
- 2 tsp. Aluminum Free Baking Powder
- 2-3 tsp. Stevia, Honey, or Coconut Sugar (sweeten to your taste preference)
- Dash of Vanilla
- Put oats into a blender and blend until oats turn into powder.
- Turn off blender and add the rest of the ingredients. Blending between each new ingredient.
- Blend well.
- Cook on a cast iron griddle or pan of choice.
- You may need extra butter because they tend to stick to the griddle.
- I usually skip the syrup and spread a little peanut butter on my pancakes.
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Raspberry Cheesecake Protein Pancakes
For an alternate version of protein pancakes try this one using the Isagenix Raspberry Cheesecake Isalean Shake (get it here if available).
You can substitute whatever flavor of protein meal replacement you wish to use.
I would love to know if you try these pancakes!
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