Green Protein Pancakes

Confession: I just made a batch of chocolate chip peanut butter cookies for the kiddos/hubby and I ate a considerable glob of the batter. Ugh. I am a slave to the sugar demon.

 

Anyways, I the recipe I have for you today will definitely quell that sugar demon that can attack when you have a sugary breakfast. This often happens to me when I have something like pancakes or waffles for breakfast (which is typically weekends). I don’t know if it’s because I’m in the house all day or what but I end up being hungry alllll day. These filling pancakes have protein and greens so you can have your (pan) cakes and eat it too! Don’t worry about the spinach- the taste ends up being mild. If you’re worried about the taste just add more sweetener to the batter. But I didn’t add any and I just drizzled honey on top. It had a slight spinach taste that I didn’t mind. But if you do, add more honey in the batter! Two tablespoons should do it.

Here they are!

 

Pancakes with spinach

 

Green Protein Pancakes
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Ingredients
  1. 2 eggs
  2. 1 large banana
  3. 1-2 cups fresh spinach (I had a large handful)
  4. 2 scoops vanilla protein powder (35 g) Or two tbsp of coconut flour
  5. 2 tablespoons of coconut flour
  6. 1/2 tsp baking soda
  7. **Optional: 2 tablespoons raw honey
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat griddle to 350.
  2. Mix everything in the food processor. If batter looks runny add more coconut flour 1/2 tablespoon at a time
  3. Pour on griddle (mine made 8 4" pancakes) and cook for 5 minutes on each side.
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  2. Angela @ Protein Companion

    Now that is what I call being creative. I could never have thought of incorporating the greens into my pancakes. They look so fluffy and delicious. A great way to make my kiddos eat their veggies without even knowing it.

    1. Andrea @ PencilsandPancakes Post author

      I used Tera’s Organic Grass Fed Whey Protein. It’s alright. My stomach’s always kinda iffy with protein powders but I just tolerate it. I hope to find one that doesn’t bother me at all sometime!

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