Sweet Potato Protein Pancakes



5 liquid whites
1 large cooked sweet potato
1 scoop vanilla whey
1 tablespoon goji berries
1/2 tablespoon chia seeds. 


Blend all the above ingredients and cook on a coconut-oiled-nonstick pan.

Macros per Serving (out of 1):

52g prot
49g carbos (10.6g fiber)
12g fat 

Ingredient proportions don’t matter that much, it’s up to how you like your pancakes.The sweet potato makes the batter nice and moist and if, for example, you like them breadier and fatter, you can throw in some oats/quinoa flakes/buckwheat flour. If you like them nuttier, throw in the blender some almond. Anyways, that’s how it goes with protein pancakes.

The above proportions yielded 8 little (aka ‘dollar’) pancakes and a big plate-sized one, all enjoyed by yours truly post-work-out with a generous ‘serving’ (or three) of maple syrup. In theory, one could make 3 regular-sized pancakes out of the mix though.  

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  • cviiiiiivc


    tried these with mulberries instead of goji and threw in a small bit of oatmeal. OMG delicious!!!

    some problems with consistency though..

    i had to add about a cup of water in order to get the mixture to blend. otherwise it was too sludge-like in the blender. once in the skillet, despite long(ish) cooking time over medium-low heat, the insides were not fully cooked through. im wondering if this is because of the added water? i know it subjective, but generally speaking, how thick are your batters?


    July 30, 2013 at 5:25 pm | Reply to this comment

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