Single-Serving Protein Pancakes

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Add some protein to your breakfast without eggs! Make these Single-Serving Protein Pancakes for a weekend breakfast treat

Add some protein to your breakfast without eggs! Make these Single-Serving Protein Pancakes for a weekend breakfast treat

While this recipe worked for me, it didn’t always have consistent results for everyone, so I created another version of this recipe to try as well: Caramel Chai Protein Pancakes

Finding a quick , healthy, and high-protein breakfast can be a bit of a challenge for me since I can’t eat eggs and I don’t always feel like eating meat for breakfast. To remedy this, I made up these Single-Serving Protein Pancakes that are egg-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and also happens to be vegan!

I like to top my pancakes with applesauce and cinnamon, homemade Strawberry Jam, or almond butter and agave nectar. Choose healthy toppings and enjoy : )

 Add some protein to your breakfast without eggs! Make these Single-Serving Protein Pancakes for a weekend breakfast treat

Note: The ground chia seeds or ground flax seeds are essential to this recipe as a binder. Also, the middle of the pancake takes longer to cook (and will still seem wet) so I would use a little lower heat setting (medium heat) and cook longer than traditional pancakes. Because of the type of ingredients, these will not turn out quite like regular pancakes.

I am working on modifying this recipe so it will have more consistent results; until then, I welcome your positive input! It helps me put together a better recipe

10 thoughts on “Single-Serving Protein Pancakes”

  1. There didnt turn out for me :[ i had to add a ton more water otherwise the batter was like play dough. i added water until it came to a thick pancake batter constancy and they didnt cook through :/

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  2. These turned into scrambled pancakes! They didn’t bind together consequently breaking and sticking. The inside was also still runny while the outside burnt… bummer.

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    • Thanks for letting me know Julia! Sorry this didn’t work out for you. I may have to modify the recipe since it seems it isn’t working for too many people very well. The flax or chia seed acts as a binder, so you could add another Tablespoon ground flax seed if needed.

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