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Easy and quick recipe: high protein and high fibre vegan pancakes

Easy and quick recipe: high protein and high fibre vegan pancakes

These protein vegan pancakes are so good, just thinking about them I’m drooling. Extremely filling, makes either 2 servings or 1 big meal if you’re doing  OMAD. Packed with protein, fiber and super versatile. Easily made gluten, nut free and keto friendly.

I had these as my only meal one Sunday after the gym (I was super hungry) and I swear at 10PM I was still full. Not uncomfortably full, just pleasantly satisfied without feeling hungry.

Ingredients:

  1. 1/3 cup milled flax seeds (I use Linwoods Flaxseeds with Biocultures & Vitamin D)
  2. Approx. 40g-ish vegan protein (I use MyProtein vegan protein blend in unflavoured)
  3. 1/3 cup oat flour (I think you could swap this for coconut flour or almond flour if you’re doing strict keto)
  4. overnight chia pudding (half cup chia to approx. 1.5 cups almond milk – I always just eyeball mine)
  5. plant milk (this will depend on how runny you want your batter so add a little at a time while mixing)
  6. pinch of salt
  7. sweetener of choice (I use MyProtein sugar-free vanilla drops approx. 20 drops)
  8. cinnamon (optional)
  9. toppings of choice (I used blueberries, pumpkin seeds, MyProtein sugar-free syrup in toffee flavour, MyProtein all natural triple nut butter)

Directions:

  1. Add all your dry ingredients into a bowl
  2. Add chia pudding (prepped overnight)
  3. Mix together, add nut milk until desired consistency
  4. Heat up frying pan, add a bit of oil or cooking spray
  5. I found it works best to keep these relatively small, it makes it easier to flip the pancake
  6. Optional: add in some blueberries as one side is cooking
  7. Cook first side until you can “jiggle” the pancake around a pan easily
  8. Flip
  9. Continue until all batter is cooked
  10. Add your toppings
  11. Enjoy!

And that’s all. Suuuuuper easy and yummy.

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