Cooking for Wellness | Complete Protein Pancake Recipe

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Cooking for Wellness - Complete Protein Pancake Recipe

 

Hello, I'm Andi Lew and welcome to Cooking for Wellness.
Today we're going to make my favourite recipe using
the Healthyroo Complete Protein Range.

It's gluten free, organic, plant based or vegan. It also
has no nasties, and there's no added sugar.

But let's begin by making our coconut caramel protein
pancakes using the healthyroo Complete Protein to
make your pancake batter.

INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 SCOOPS COMPLETE PROTEIN (ANY FLAVOUR)
  • 2 EGGS
  • 1.5 CUPS OF GLUTEN FREE FLOUR
  • 1 TSP BAKING SODA
  • 1/2 CUP COCONUT MILK/RICE MILK/ALMOND MILK

     

    DIRECTIONS:

    All you need to do is put 1.5 cups of gluten free flour
    into a mixing bowl and for extra raising agent a spoon
    tablespoon of baking soda.
     

    Use organic free range eggs where possible.
    Hormone free eggs are great.
    The better the quality of the egg, the better the quality
    of the life that the animal has had.

    Use any good quality Plant based milk -  rice milk/almond milk/coconut milk, about half
    a cup and our hero is our healthyroo Complete Protein -
    plant based protein blend, which is
    going to give our pancakes so much protein and also
    so much flavour, and mix it up with a whisk - if you feel
    you need a little bit more milk,feel free to add some more as you go.

    You can smell how delicious coconut and caramel
    is. Your pancakes need to
    be about the size of a plate, and we'll play it up and
    make a stack.

    Healthyroo Complete Protein is a unique blend of
    organic brown rice and pea isolates.


    When it starts to bubble is when you're
    ready to flip.


    Get your stack of pancakes and dress it with something
    low in sugar, like blueberries which are rich in antioxidants.

     

    I also like to add more good fats from plants like
    shredded coconut and you can use a low GI
    sweetener like rice, malt syrup or monk fruit maple syrup.


    Be very generous because it is low in sugar compared
    to something like honey, and for a little bit of extra
    antioxidants and good fats - Chia Seeds, which is the
    ultimate superfood, and there you have it.

    This can feed two or a very hungry person, and that's your protein pancakes.


    -by Andi Lew, Wellness Expert