Loaded Protein Pancakes

Loaded Protein Pancakes

This is usually my go-to breakfast and it is oh so delicious!

After I have a nice bowl of fruit to start up my digestive tract and break my fast, I like to have a meal packed with carbs and protein to give me enough energy to last the first couple of hours of my day.

Give this recipe a try and please let me know how it goes! I would love feedback either through sharing a video with me or sending an email response.



*You can opt out the banana and peanut butter if you are allergic*

The mixture of tart fruit, creamy peanut butter, and sweet banana combine offers pleasant satisfaction for your taste buds.



Prep. Time: 5 Minutes  Cook Time: 10-15 Minutes  Total Time: 15-20 Minutes 


Serving Size: Makes 2 medium-sized pancakes

Macro Breakdown:

987kcal Calories   151.5g Carbs   55.65g Fat  39.8g Protein




  1. Add the pancake mix, cinnamon, oat or nut milk, and blueberries into the bowl.
  2. Mix the ingredients with a spoon until there is no powder visible.
  3. Grab a frying pan and place it on the stove.
  4. Turn the stove on medium heat under the pan and wait until the pan gets hot.
  5. Add your plant butter to the pan (make sure you move the butter around the pan to coat the bottom).
  6. Pour half of your pancake mixture into the center of the hot pan then spread the mixture out (do your best to make a circle).
  7. Let the pancake cook until
    • It can slide around the pan if you were to lift the pan at an angle 
    • Small bubbles form on the top
  8. While the pancake is cooking, peel your medium banana and slice it horizontally to make small circular pieces. Place the pieces on top of the pancake. Make sure not to overcrowd the top.
  9. Take your spatula and slide it under the pancake then flip the pancake over in the pan.
  10. Let the pancake cook until the bottom of the pancake is cooked to the desired preference.
  11. Once the pancake is cooked to the desired preference, use your spatula to lift the pancake out of the pan and place it on the center of your plate.
  12. Before repeating steps 5 through 10, use your spatula to scrape the bottom of the pan to remove leftover pancake mix.
  13. After both pancakes are on the plate, use a knife to scoop out the amount of peanut butter you'd like on your pancakes.
  14. Next, pour the desired amount of maple syrup over the pancakes.
  15. Enjoy the good eats!

To see how it is made, click "View Video"!

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