Meal Prep Protein Pancakes


Good morning to ya!
As you may know, I am all about meal prep because it has been one of the greatest tools in my weight loss success so far. I’m always trying to think of ways to prepare my food so that when I’m hungry, I have something healthy on hand to eat or heat up. I’m not trying to spend an hour cutting veggies and cooking chicken when I’m hungry now! Right?!

Especially in the morning… for some reason I just find it hard to make a good breakfast right when I wake up, but I always stumble out of bed and head straight to the kitchen.
So, I came up with these EASY to make pancakes that will last you 4 days. If you are not a morning person, or always have to head out really early, this will be perfect for you.
I used Bisquick mix, so it’s really simple.
However, this is an improved version! I’ve added EAS Lean 15 Protein Powder and tweaked the recipe a bit…

I think next week I’m going to try this will egg whites instead to lower the fat a bit. I also have a new low carb protein powder on the way that I cannot wait to try!

You can make this recipe and use it for your own breakfast for 4 mornings, or this will serve 4 people.

1. If you’re making it to store, mix protein powder, Bisquick and cinnamon in a tupperware container, if not just use a bowl. Add eggs and water and whisk together. Don’t add too much water or the batter will be thin!

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2. Heat a pan over medium heat, not too hot or they will burn fast! I put mine right on 5. Spray with cooking spray in between each pancake. Take a 1/4 cup scoop of batter and cook for about 45 seconds on both sides and they will be this beautiful golden brown.

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 3. If you’re storing the rest, make 3 pancakes and put a lid on it! Man, that was easy.


Nutritional Information: Calories – 283    Fat – 9 g    Carbs – 32 g    Protein – 23 g
Note: Nutritional information is for 3 pancakes, not including additional toppings.

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Ashleigh was raised on KFC and video games. For the first 23 years of her life, she lived as an overweight, unhealthy, negative human being. Over the last 4 years, she has dedicated her life to self improvement and because of that has lost 102 pounds so far. She believes in whole, real foods and daily self improvement. Sweat + Sacrifice = Success.

  • Never added protein powder to my pancakes. I know my son will like this. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.

    • Try it!! I’m going to try a flavored kind next time actually 🙂 Easy way to throw in some variety through the week. Thank you so much for stopping by, I appreciate it.