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Protein pancakes
This pancake day why not try something a little different for your pancake mix?

Protein is a macronutrient we all need. It aids recovery after exercise, boosts your immune system, lowers stress and stimulates weight loss. So for anyone running out of ideas on how to get their protein fix, U Perform is here to help with a two healthy, nutritious and delicious protein pancakes.

Why not try them both and let us know which one is your favourite.


The muscle builder:

You'll need:

2 scoops of active whey + collagen protein (chocolate works best)
1 tbsp Nut butter (your preference)
50ml Coconut milk (add more or less to get the required consistency)
2 Eggs

1 tsp Coconut oil for frying

Crème fraiche or Greek yogurt

Method:

Ideal for breakfast or a post-workout pick me up, these pancakes are a cheat meal in disguise.

To make them combine your whey, nut butter, milk and eggs in a bowl and mix well.

Heat a lightly oiled frying pan and pour the mixture into it in separate batches. Ideally each pancake should be 10cm across, but you decide how thick or thin you want them.

Cook for about 2min.

When the bottom of the pancake has turned brown, loosen with a spatula, flip it over (the fun part) and cook the other side.

Serve hot with a scoop of nut butter & crème fraiche or Greek yogurt.


The incredible bulk:

You’ll need:

2 Eggs
170ml Almond milk
2 tbsp Almond flour
1 scoop active whey + collagen protein (chocolate works best)
¼tsp Baking soda
2tbsp Chia seeds
1tsp Cinnamon
¼ baked sweet potato

Coconut oil for frying

Crème fraiche or Greek yogurt
Handful Blueberries
Sprinkle Crushed walnuts
Sprinkle Ground almonds

Method:

Combine your ¼ baked potato with your eggs in a bowl, and add the almond milk, almond flour, protein powder, cinnamon, baking soda and chia seeds.

Give it a good whisk.

Heat a lightly oiled frying pan and pour the mixture into it in separate batches. Ideally each pancake should be 10cm across, but you decide how thick or thin you want them.

Cook for about 2min.

When the bottom of the pancake has turned brown, loosen with a spatula, flip it over (the fun part) and cook the other side.

Serve hot with some blueberries, nuts & crème fraiche or Greek yogurt.


Comment below which one of these delicious protein pancakes is your favourite.

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