Try these extra protein pancakes. They can be the perfect breakfast or snack. Easy to prepare, with good amounts of carbs and protein.
Please, do not confuse this meal as “Muscle Gain” or “Bulking” meal only.
Please understand, that there are no certain meals or foods for muscle gain, weight loss, etc. While some foods are really a better choice for your goal (muscle gain, weight loss, etc) it all comes down to the daily calorie intake.
This means that you can eat all the foods you want, but the quantities should be goal-specific.
All you need is a solid and well-developed plan, to meet your daily calorie needs. A plan, with healthy, satisfying, tasty, and easy-to-make meals. Neither should you stay hungry, neither should you feel heaviness in your stomach.
Recipe CardDifficulty: easy
2 Whole eggs
4 Egg Whites only
Cheese curd – 1 cup / 200g
Oats – 1/2 Cup / 80g
Protein – 1 scoop / 30g
Whole milk – 1/2 Cup / 100g
- Put all ingredients in a high-speed blender and blend until a homogenous mixture is formed. No lumps allowed.
- Pre-heat a non-stick skillet on high heat, then reduce the heat to medium. You don’t want the skillet too hot, or the pancakes will burn. Brush a little coconut oil, before each pancake.
- Use a measuring scoop to pour the mixture into a pre-heated skillet. This way you will have pancakes with equal form and size.
- Cook for approximately 2 minutes per side, or, until the pancake can move from the bottom of the skillet when you shake it.
- 1. Do not overheat the skillet. Cook the pancakes at medium temperature, or they will burn and stick on the bottom
- 2. Substitute the whole cow milk for nutty milk like almond or oat’s milk