Pancake day. Possibly one of my favorite holidays, i flipping love it. Okay that was a terrible pun, please forgive me.

Sticking with my healthy alternatives theme i challenge myself to make some gulit-free yet still gorgeous pancake alternatives. Last summer when i was on my 'get fit or die trying' health kicks i practically lived on protein pancakes. 
Not only do they look the part they also taste the part, no more post-pancake day bloat for us.

Protein is something i hear a lot of girls say they're afraid to try, as its something 'their boyfriends take' and theyre worried it will get them giant guns of steel. No, no, no. Firstly women don't have the testosterone to get as bulky as our male counterparts and secondly its about the training that co-insides cosuming protein. 

Eating/Drinking more protein will help you repair damaged muscles and will help you feel fuller for longer. Plus it will make you get a lean and toned physique if you combine the right training with it. 

What You Need

Raspberry Protein Pancakes 

- 1 large banana
- 2 eggs
- 1/8 teaspoon of baking powder
- Two heaped tablespoons of *MyProtein Raspberry Whey Protein

Summer Berry Protein Fluff  

- 1 cup of frozen summer fruits
-1/4 cup of whey protein (vanilla or berry, but can use most flavours)
-1/8 cup of milk

Raspberry Protein Pancakes 

1. In a large bowl mash up the banana with the back of a fork, it doesnt have to be completely perfect, just so there are no big lumps left.
2. Add the eggs, baking powder and protein powder and whisk it all together well.
3. Heat up a non stick frying pan and spray with a cooking spray, (rapeseed oil, olive oil or a small amount of butter will do the job as well).
4. when the pan is hot, add some batter to the pan, depending on the size that you want your pancakes to be, I went for small bite size pancakes which also made them easier to flip over in the pan.
5. Cook on one side for about 30 seconds before flipping it over to the other side and cooking for the same amount of time.
6. Remove to a plate, add some protein fluff or your own choice of topping, and enjoy!

Summer Berry Protein Fluff  

1. put all the ingredients in a large bowl and, using a handheld electric whisk, blend it all together making sure to blend all the frozen berries well.
2. When everything looks smooth, continue with the electric whisk for a few minutes.
3. Once its blending and looks fluffy, pour it over your pancakes.

Charlotte x  

Pancake day. Possibly one of my favorite holidays, i flipping love it. Okay that was a terrible pun, please forgive me.

Sticking with my healthy alternatives theme i challenge myself to make some gulit-free yet still gorgeous pancake alternatives. Last summer when i was on my 'get fit or die trying' health kicks i practically lived on protein pancakes. 
Not only do they look the part they also taste the part, no more post-pancake day bloat for us.

Protein is something i hear a lot of girls say they're afraid to try, as its something 'their boyfriends take' and theyre worried it will get them giant guns of steel. No, no, no. Firstly women don't have the testosterone to get as bulky as our male counterparts and secondly its about the training that co-insides cosuming protein. 

Eating/Drinking more protein will help you repair damaged muscles and will help you feel fuller for longer. Plus it will make you get a lean and toned physique if you combine the right training with it. 

What You Need

Raspberry Protein Pancakes 

- 1 large banana
- 2 eggs
- 1/8 teaspoon of baking powder
- Two heaped tablespoons of *MyProtein Raspberry Whey Protein

Summer Berry Protein Fluff  

- 1 cup of frozen summer fruits
-1/4 cup of whey protein (vanilla or berry, but can use most flavours)
-1/8 cup of milk

Raspberry Protein Pancakes 

1. In a large bowl mash up the banana with the back of a fork, it doesnt have to be completely perfect, just so there are no big lumps left.
2. Add the eggs, baking powder and protein powder and whisk it all together well.
3. Heat up a non stick frying pan and spray with a cooking spray, (rapeseed oil, olive oil or a small amount of butter will do the job as well).
4. when the pan is hot, add some batter to the pan, depending on the size that you want your pancakes to be, I went for small bite size pancakes which also made them easier to flip over in the pan.
5. Cook on one side for about 30 seconds before flipping it over to the other side and cooking for the same amount of time.
6. Remove to a plate, add some protein fluff or your own choice of topping, and enjoy!

Summer Berry Protein Fluff  

1. put all the ingredients in a large bowl and, using a handheld electric whisk, blend it all together making sure to blend all the frozen berries well.
2. When everything looks smooth, continue with the electric whisk for a few minutes.
3. Once its blending and looks fluffy, pour it over your pancakes.

Charlotte x  

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