I know what you’re thinking….and yes you can eat this and get abs!  Blueberry Protein Pancake/Waffle is my all-time favorite breakfast.  I have it everyday and can’t get sick of it. In fact I look forward to going to bed knowing I get this for breakfast.

STRONG GIRLS - Blueberry Protein PancakesCooking Instructions:

  • Use Cooking Oil spray to lightly coat the waffle iron or frying pan; I love to use coconut oil.
  • Mix 200g egg whites and 1/2 cup oats; I like to use a Magic Bullet, but it’s not necessary
  • Add 40g of blueberries and stir; I like to have chunks of blueberries in mine, but if you want to throw it into the batter and mix everything together in a magic bullet that’s just as tasty.
  • Pour batter onto waffle iron or frying pan; usually 4-5 minutes is all it takes.
  • Enjoy plain or with 1 tbsp. of Maple Syrup or Agave Syrup.

 

 

Try these variations:  

  • For crepes, add up to a 1/4 cup of water to the batter for a runny consistency.
  • For a more moist pancake, add 1-2 Tbsp. of  water to the batter.
  • Use 40g of strawberries, bananas or any other fruits that you love.
  • If you prefer them a little sweeter, you can add a packet of Stevia without adding calories.

TIME-SAVING TIP:

Make enough for the work week and freeze them in ziplock bags.  Pop them into the toaster in the morning and go.  I found that making them into pancakes allowed me to size them to fit into a toaster. To make enough batter, simply multiply the ingredients by five for five days worth or seven for an entire week’s worth.  Preparing meals in advance guarantees success! “FAIL TO PLAN; PLAN TO FAIL”

(Photo courtesy of Coach Kim of JVB Fitness and Nutrition….for the life of me I could not make a pancake or waffle that was pretty enough to take a picture of.)

STRONG GIRLS’ love their protein pancakes.  Give it a try and let me know what you think by posting a comment below.

5 Comments on Strong Bikini Mom’s Favorite Breakfast

  1. This looks and sounds delicious. I love waffles just as much, if not more than, the kiddies. Will have to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Adapting this recipe (& the habit of prepping these in advance) had been almost life-changing to me. I love this so much that I can even eat them with the syrup. Thanks May!

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