On today’s menu we have Sugar-free, dairy-free, High Protein Pancakes with homemade Chocolate Sauce. Peanut butter and Chocolate flavor, that too in the form of pancakes?
What else is a perfect breakfast for you?
High in protein and taste, this is a best fit meal that can be prepared for your kids and elder ones, hassle free and you can relish its taste!
- Helps in lowering cholesterol levels.
- Improves blood sugar control.
- May improve digestive health.
- Aids in weight loss.
- Helps you feel satiated, and avoids binge eating.
- Improves insulin sensitivity.
|1||Quick oats||4 tbsp.|
|2||Peanut butter||1 tbsp.|
|5||Unsweetened cocoa powder||1 tbsp.|
|6||Protein powder||1 tbsp.|
|7||Vanilla extract||Few drops|
|8||Pure honey||1.5 tsp.|
|9||Almond milk||3/4 cup|
- In a blender jar, add almond milk, soaked quick oats, peanut butter, protein powder, vanilla extract, half banana, unsweetened cocoa powder, and blend all of them really well.
- Take another bowl, add protein powder, unsweetened cocoa powder, peanut butter and some almond milk.
- Mix it well and your choco topping is ready!
- Now add honey to it and mix well.
- Now grease the pan with some oil and add the blended mixture in the shape of a pancake.
- Cook it evenly on both sides with a lid on.
- Serve it with choco topping and enjoy!
- Peanut butter is rich in heart healthy fats and protein
- Quick oats are rich in fiber, essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
- Banana is rich in potassium, Vitamin B6, C, folate, etc.
- Almond milk is enriched with vitamin E.
- Dates are a rich source of antioxidants mainly carotenoids and phenolics.
- Honey is rich in carbs, vitamin B6, C, and essential amino acids.
|400 Kcal||57 g||21 g||12 g|
CALORIES: 200 Kcal/serve
Enjoy these yummy and mouth-watering “High Protein Pancakes”.