6 posts tagged breakfast
Banana hearts floating on a red velvet protein waffle heart. Isn’t she lovely? #breakfast
Overnight oats! 1/2 cup of uncooked oats, 1 tbs of chia seeds, 1 cup of almond milk, 1 banana sliced with a spoon! Mix together and place in fridge overnight. You’ve got breakfast on the morning. How cool is that? #eatclean #breakfast
Soy Protein Pancake Recipe! With strawberry syrup!
- 1scoop vanilla flavoured soy protein powder from trader joes
- 1/4 cup egg whites
- 1 tbs psyllium husk (get at trader joes)
- 1 tbs ground flax seed
- about 1/4 cup or a little more of unsweetened almond milk
Mix all together and grease pan lightly with coconut oil. Evoo is ok too.
Make pancakes as you would regular ones! Flip after about 30 sec on medium to low heat!!!!
For syrup I just microwaved some regular strawberry jam with a bit of water.
Brown rice protein pancakes with blueberries!!!! #breakfast #foodporn #eatingclean (Taken with Instagram)
Tried Trader O’s cereal with vanilla protein powder “milk” instead of my usual almond or soy milk. It was interesting. To tell you the truth, I was a little bit weirded out by it. But!! It did allow me to take in a ton more liquid than I normally would have for 130 cals and a whopping 26g of protein. Have you ever tried this?
So here’s my little cooking video on the high protein yogurt oatcakes. They turned out super tasty and gave me tons of energy for my workout today. At only 136 calories a serving, this satiating meal was heaven sent. Protein to help build lean muscle mass and carbs for energy. Will definitely make them again!
Check out my big finale “pancake flip” towards the end. It’s quite epic. Below is the recipe from This Mama Cooks.
High Protein Yogurt Oatcakes
Makes four servings of three pancakes (3-4”)
Calories – 136
Fat – 12 calories, 2g
Fiber – 1g
Protein – 11g
Carbs – 21g
Sugars – 9g
- 1 cup instant, one-minute, old fashioned, or steel cut Quaker oats*
- 6 egg whites
- 1 cup fat-free Greek Style yogurt
- 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
- 1T agave nectar, honey, maple syrup or sugar
- 1/2 tsp baking powder
- Put all the ingredients in a blender and puree.
- Coat a hot pancake griddle or frying pan with a little butter, oil or a non-stick spray.
- Pour approximate 1/4 cup of batter to make a 3-4” pancake. Flip over once the batter starts to bubble.
*Quaker Oats are the same nutritionally. They roll the oats thinner to make them faster cooking. So steel cut isn’t better than old fashioned or instant.
Approximate nutritional Information for 3 pancakes (1 serving)
Each pancake is one Weight Watcher POINT.
Here’s the link to where I got the recipe: