Tiramisu Protein Pancakes


For the cakey part:
1 cup liquid egg whites
1/2 cup unflavored Plant Fusion no access to Plant Fusion? Turn to the Substitutions Chart ;-)
2 tablespoons coconut flour
1/2 tablespoons toffee flavdrops
1 shot decaf espresso (could do regular caf espresso, I just don’t like downing more caffeine postworkout)

For the filling:
1/8 cup ricotta cheese (could sub this with good old Mascarpone!)
1 tablespoon Plant Fusion (again, sub with casein if you don’t have any Plant Fusion)
1/8 cup cartoned coconut milk
1/2 tablespoon toffee flavdrops


1. Blend cakey ingredients together and pan fry.

2. After that, mix the filling ingredients with a spoon.

3. Finally, stack the whole thing up – pancake, filling, pancake, filling, pancake, filling – and sprinkled with cocoa powder.

Macros per Serving (out of 2):

29.2g protein
7.65g carbs (4.6g sugars)
8.8g fat (2g sat)
4.45g fiber

OK. This yielded six small pancakes (you COULD make three bigger ones or one gigantic one; I just wanted to end up with two stacks of three so I did it this way).  at the end, KaPOWWWW!

Result? Ohhhh, Zeus almighty! The batter itself in its uncooked form is worthy of accolades (I had a couple of spoonfuls before frying up the pancakes and, I tell you, it was one of the best batters I’ve ever made). I loved loved loved the Plant Fusion! It’s the first time I try it and it’s gorgeous – mildy nutty, creamy, and ohhh, splendid! If I could rap, I’d break into freestyling some madness while forcefully dropping some shapes right now. Because oh! this is one of those recipes that you’ve GOT to try.

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