Weekend of Pancakes

So I guess I went a little pancake crazy this weekend. I think I made pancakes 6 times in the span of 3 days. But, sometimes pancakes are just so much more fun to eat than a bowl of oatmeal.  And yes, I have oatmeal nearly everyday and no one can convince me otherwise.  AND pancakes make a great dessert too.  Eating carbohydrates at night does not make you gain weight.  Eating too many calories in general makes you gain weight.  I workout in the evenings so I eat a lot of carbohydrates after my workouts to repair my muscles and help my body recover.  This means, the more carbohydrates I can consume the better!  So, that leads to pancakes.

Anyway, I thought I would round-up my pancake recipes from the weekend so I could share with you all.  Do you like pancakes?  Well try these bad boys out!!  I’ve posted the ingredients below each variety and then explain the instructions for all at the end!

Maple Pumpkin Pancakes




-1/2 cup oatmeal, ground into oats

-1/4 cup organic pumpkin

-1/2 scoop vanilla protein powder (I used MTS Whey which I recommend)

-1 serving egg whites from carton (3 Tbsp or 46 grams)

-pinch of baking powder

-maple extract


Artisana Raw Coconut Butter

Banana Cream Protein Pancakes 




-1/2 cup oatmeal, ground into oats

-1/2 large, ripe banana

-1/2 scoop Cake batter whey protein (Cellucor Corfetti)

-1 serving egg whites from carton (3 Tbsp or 46 grams)

-pinch of baking powder


-Other half of banana sandwiched in between pancakes

-Artisana Raw Coconut butter

Blueberry Vanilla Pancakes





Ingredients: (Makes 2 servings or for 1 large hungry boyfriend)

1 cup oatmeal, ground into oats

-1/2 scoop Vanilla whey protein (I used MTS Whey from TigerFitness.com)

-2 serving egg whites from carton (6 Tbsp or 92 grams)

-pinch of baking powder

-vanilla extract


-1/4 cup blueberries put in batter

-Warm blueberry syrup (combine Walden Farms Zero Calorie Pancake Syrup and Frozen blueberries and microwave)

-Salted peanut butter


1. Place all ingredients in large bowl and combine.  You can also place the dry ingredients in a blender and blend, and then combine all the wet ingredients and blend again.

2. Spray saute pan with coconut oil spray and cook over low-medium heat until bubbles start to form. Flip pancakes and cook for 1-2 minutes on other side.

3. Pile pancakes on plate and top with optional toppings or create your own!

Let me know if you want the nutrition information as well!

Happy Tuesday yall and let’s go eat some pancakes.