Homemade Protein Pancakes

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I love pancakes – European pancakes. Like those huge thin French Crepes.

Ever since I was a child, every single Sunday my mom would prepare those delicious pancakes for breakfast that I would routinely fill with mind-blowing homemade marmelades. Or top them with fresh strawberries + whipped cream and roll them up into a tube and devour up to 10 at a time.

Though delicious, my mom’s pancakes are made with white wheat flour and have very few nutrients to boast. Being a biohacker, I set down and experimented with more nutrient-dense pancake recipes and finally came up with the following:

Ingredient List:

  • 3 whole eggs
  • 2 scoops instant oats
  • 2 scoops whey protein (natural vanilla)
  • 1 scoop coconut flour
  • 70 g „German Quark / curd cheese“
  • 2 teaspoons cocoa powder
  • 150 – 200 ml whole milk

I don’t know the exact protein content of the whole mixture but it‘ probably close to 80g (50 g whey protein + 18 g egg protein + 10 g „Quark cheese“).

Note: If you can’t buy it, you don’t necessarily have to include the „German Quark/ curd cheese“ which I mention in the video. However, if you want to learn more about this cool cheese that is rendered from casein, read the article HERE from German buddy Gregor at allthingsgym.com.

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  • http://cristivlad.com Chris

    I’d say it’s better cooking in coconut oil or lard so that the properties of whey protein are not thermally altered. nice recipe though. I have something similar and it only consists of 2 ingredients: whey powder and eggs :)

    • http://www.biohacks.net/ Stephan R

      Agreed on the coconut oil/lard. But personally I wouldn’t fry my pancakes in lard that I bought off a farm – organic lard from a farm has a lot of innate taste to it that may not go well with the sweetness of the pancakes.