Blueberry Protein Pancake Glory

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Blueberries? Rich in antioxidants. Peanut butter? Also rich in antioxidants. Dark Chocolate? Richer still. Dark Chocolate + Blueberries? Amazing. Into pancakes? *sigh* These don’t have protein powder so in theory I shouldn’t post them but in practice, it’d be criminal not to – they’re crazy –>


86g liquid egg whites
73g quark
78g pumpkin puree
21g oats
50g peanut butter
77g blueberries!


All mushed together and thrown on a nonstick and, as soon as they come out, a piece of 90% dark chocolate begins to melt on top. O!!!!

Macros per Serving (out of 1):

34.2g protein
39g carbos (11g fiber)
30g fat

PS – yes the are pretty high in fat so if you want to eat all of them at once, use less PB, they still turn out delish! :-)

  • (what runs) Lori

    These look killer! I LOVE that you used chocolate and blueberries and peanut butter- cause really, what else do you need in life???

    Ok maybe water but ya know… ;)

  • christina

    yummy as always!! What is quark?

  • anna
  • anna

    “Quark is a type of fresh cheese, also known as tvorog, topfen, biezpiens, etc. It is made by warming soured milk until the desired degree of denaturation of milk proteins and then strained. Dictionaries usually translate it as curd cheese or cottage cheese, although most commercial varieties of cottage cheese are made with rennet, whereas traditional quark is not. It is soft, white and un-aged, similar to some types of fromage frais. It is distinct from ricotta because ricotta (Italian: recooked) is made from scalded whey. Quark usually has much lower fat content (about the same as yoghurt) than cream cheeses and has no salt added.” – Wikip.