8 oz water / unsweetened almond milk 2 scoops Arbonne Protein Powder 1 spoonful almond butter 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 3 drops stevia dash of cinnamon Ice
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Wonderful warm or cold, as a dessert or for breakfast. This Quest Nutrition Strawberry Protein Bread by @KimHoeltje is a keeper! Ingredients: 1 scoop Quest Vanilla Milkshake Protein Powder (28g) 2 tablespoons coconut flour (16g) 2/3 cup unsweetened almond milk (150ml) 1 T egg substitute (15g) 4 strawberries (50g) 1/2…
Easy protein powder snack.
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So easy, so healthy, so yummy! And did I mention, only 3 ingredients? I’ve never been keen on making traditional pancakes, especially since whipping up the ingredients alone takes me ALL MORNING with a toddler running around. After surfing Pinterest and figuring out flour isn’t an essential ingredient in pancakes, I figured why not replace 10+ ingredients with THREE?! These 3-ingredient chocolate banana pancakes have become a new favorite in my household. My hubby is constantly asking (morning, afternoon, or night – it makes no difference to him) if I can whip up my banana pancakes. This is a big step as he’s not a fan of anything “healthy.” BUT, he loves these! The taste is similar to traditional pancakes. Half the time, my family has to ask whether these are the traditional or banana. Score. The kids even LOVE them! Although Deklyn wasn’t too sure about them, I had a friend over at the time of making these and her little girl kept asking for more. � If you like easy recipes, check out my 3-Ingredient Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies! The recipe is super easy (which is half the reason I enjoy making them). These protein pancakes are made with only three ingredients. I also should add they’re paleo AND gluten-free. Is that even a thing? YAY! They are flour-less with no added sugars and the prep time is under 5 minutes, with another 5 minutes until they’re ready to eat. A solid 10 minutes of my morning for a wholesome, easy, healthy breakfast. We even make these for a snack during the day or eat as a post workout meal. 3-Ingredient Chocolate Banana Protein Pancakes Approx. Time: 10 minutes Serving: 2 medium-sized pancakes OR 6 mini pancakes Ingredients 1 ripe banana 2 eggs 1 scoop of chocolate protein powder Instructions (You may mix by hand or in a blender; I usually mix the ingredients by hand in a small bowl so it’s less clean up.) Cut the bananas in small pieces and put them in a bowl. Mash them completely with a fork. Crack eggs in the bowl. Whisk the eggs with the banana until smoothly blended. Add any flavor of protein powder (for this recipe I used chocolate flavor). Mix until the chunks are separated. Set the stove top to low/medium heat. Make sure to coat the frying pan with cooking spray or coconut oil. Pour half of the mixture into the pan. Flip the pancake after about 2 minutes and cook until both sides are golden brown. After the pancakes are cooked, I usually spread peanut butter on mine and lightly drizzle syrup. Top with any fruit and you’re done! This is why I love this recipe – easy, 3-ingredients, healthy, and delicious! Enjoy! Follow along for more recipes! Instagram Facebook Pinterest