Lexis Clean Kitchen / Pinch Yum
When it comes to eating pancakes for breakfast, you'll most likely associate them with lazy Sunday mornings if you want a healthy breakfast On a weekday, pancakes often do not immediately come to mind Keep your nutritional goals up and eat as often as you like Pancakes for breakfast, provided they are high in protein and low in sugar as long as you choose toppings that provide more nutrients, such as fibrous fresh ones Fruits or healthy, fatty nut butters will surely make you feel satisfied for hours.
Here are 5 high protein recipes that taste as good as they look. (Which is pretty damn good.)
Classic chocolate protein pancakes  These chocolate protein pancakes with strawberries by Jennifer Meyering are simple but decadent. (Powdered sugar is optional, w If you count calories, you will taste good without them.) Cinnamon and unsweetened cocoa powder give a spicy kick without added sugar.
5-ingredient protein pancake.
These fluffy pancakes from Lexis Clean Kitchen are full of blueberries that are rich in antioxidants that boost the brain. The protein powder will keep you full until lunchtime. Pro tip from Lexi: Mix the banana in a high-speed blender to make the pancakes extra fluffy. Then cook over low or medium heat so that they have the same texture everywhere.
Flourless Peanut Butter Chickpea Pancakes
These thick, high-protein pancakes from The Almond Eater are just what you want to do after a sweaty morning workout. Thanks to the chickpeas and peanut butter, it is full of protein, eliminating the need for protein powder.
Quark-Banana Oatmeal Protein Pancakes
If you're not the type to sit down with a cup of cottage cheese in the morning, sneak it into Ambitious's Protein Pancake recipe Kitchen. The dynamic duo of banana and oatmeal is unbeatable, and these pancakes offer nearly 20 grams of protein per serving without the use of protein powders.
Peanut Butter-Chocolate Protein Pancakes
These delicious Pinch of Yum protein pancakes have no refined grains or sugar and come with about 5 grams of protein per pancake. This basic recipe uses cinnamon, flax flour and protein powder to build a classic, short stack of pancakes. Try them with a bunch of Greek yogurt.
Kodiak Cakes Pancake on the go High Protein Snack
You do not have time to build a short stack at home? No problem! Kodiak Cakes has you covered with these jam-packed, protein-rich pancakes. Just add water and microwave for a hearty meal.
Kodiak Bakes All Natural Border Pancakes
With these Kodiak blends, a homemade stack of pancakes can be made in just five minutes. Add water, fruit and your favorite supplements, stir and cook on the stove for a simple, nutritious breakfast.
FlapJacked Protein Pancake and Baking Mix
FlapJacked is another mix of savory eggs with pancakes and an impressive 20 grams of protein per serving. These are perfect with a dash of syrup and / or your favorite fruit tops.