Instant Boost Protein Pancake

Hi guys!

I had a very late night yesterday (very busy at work – which is always a good thing) but that didn’t stop me from waking up at 6 am to not only make a new recipe but film one too. I’ve been slacking with my “Cooking with Jess” videos and I KNEW I’d need to add this new recipe to my video repertoire. Yes, I knew before making it that it would be a hit. I just had a hunch;) 

*If you’d like to see the video for this recipe, you may watch it here*

Back tracking a bit, my friend and fellow Fitfluential Ambassador, Nicole, owns a company called Pure Bliss Eats. I was taking a quick look at her healthy, clean and nutritious foods and her Instant Boost Chocolate Balls instantly got my attention – I then did what any normal person would and placed an order stat. Good NEWS! They arrived last night and they were the inspiration behind today’s breakfast! So ladies and gents, I give you my…..

Instant Boost Protein Pancake

Ingredients

1 scoop chocolate protein powder (I use New Zealand Whey)
1/4 cup egg whites
2 tbsp milled flax seeds
1 tsp coconut oil

Topping Ingredients

1 scoop chocolate protein powder
1 tsp coconut oil (melted)
2 tbsp water (less or more depending on your protein powder)
Few Stevia drops (to taste)
1 instant boost chocolate ball, crumbled

Directions

1. Mix protein powder, flax and egg whites in bowl and set aside (if mixture really thick,  add a bit more egg whites)
2. Place 1 tsp coconut oil on stovetop over medium-high  heat
3. Once coconut oil is melted and spread over your pan, place pancake mixture and cook
4. While pancake is cooking and in a separate bowl, mix your melted coconut oil, stevia  and water. Please mix in your water 1 tbsp at a time (depending on your protein powder    texture, you might need more, you might need less).
5. Once pancake is ready, drizzle your protein “sauce” on top of it
6. And for la piece de resistance, crumble one Instant Protein Chocolate Ball on top (oh  yes, I went there). 

If this protein packed pancake is wrong, then I don’t want to be right. Ever.

Now let’s take a closer look at this protein ball…

It truly wasn’t hard for this recipe to be a winner – and a true winner it was. Now excuse me as I inhale enjoy every single bite of my breakfast while catching up on The Bachelor.

Talk to you soon;)

Much love,
Jess
xoxo 

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  • http://www.makinggoodchoicesblog.com Nicole

    Yay I’m SO happy you liked them! thanks for sharing it with the world! :)

  • http://www.breakfasttobed.com Cat @ Breakfast to Bed

    what a decadent delight! Way to celebrate national pancake day!!

  • http://www.oatmealinmybowl.com Christine @ Oatmeal in my bowl

    Now I know what to do with my flax seed!

    BTW, I am going to buy the camera you recommended. Has great reviews. I do have a Cannon DSLR, but I need a small camera, too. Something with more depth than my iPhone. ;)

  • DOnna

    Wow this looks yummy and so easy to make!! I will make this as soon as I get chocolate protein. Right now I am using plain and cafe protein!!

  • Vicky

    This looks delicious!!! How many points is this?

  • Katelin

    Jess, I just had to “Pin” this recipe! I’ve been following you on youtube for the past few months and think you’re wonderful. I love your bubbly, good natured, positive attitude. Thanks for sharing it with us :)

  • Truly Jess

    Wow – thank you so much. That means so much to me you have no idea!!

  • http://allieatfood.com Allie

    Hey Jess. Do you know the approximate calories for your protein pancakes?