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These are just about the best muscle building pancakes that you could ever make.
Add fruit to these and they are a complete meal in themselves and very simple to make.
You can eat these every single day of the year and never feel guilty.
What you are going to need to make these is some sort of grinder, the cheapest option is a Krups Coffee Grinder or stump up the cash and get yourself a Blendtec Total Blender which is 8 machines in one.
The macro Levels for this recipe comes out bang on the levels Matt and I aim for in 1 Month Muscle
- 3g Protein
- 5 g Carbs
- 1 g Fat
- 100 g Oats
- 10 g Flax seeds
- 10 g Pumpkin seeds
- 10 g Chia seeds
- 10 g Colostrum (Low lactose)
- 80 g Kinetica Whey Protein
- 1 teaspoon Cinnamon
- 4 eggs
- 100 ml Skim Milk
- 3 Bananas
- Blend up the dry ingredients to make your flour.
- Add eggs and milk and whisk again.
- This batter is quite thick, you can add more milk to make it thinner for crepe like pancakes.
- Cook in a hot frying pan with a tiny bit of virgin organic coconut oil or butter for each pancake.
If you don’t have a blender or coffee grinder you could keep the nuts seeds and oats whole. If doing this make up your batter well ahead of time as possible and make sure you have a good look at your teeth afterwards as the chia seeds and flax seeds love getting stuck in the gaps. If you have ground the seed mixture then it’s not going to be a problem.
If you haven’t got any of the dry ingredients like colostrum or chia seeds don’t worry just leave them out and add a few more oats to make up the weight of the dry ingredients. You can also grind up any nuts you may have and add them to the mixture. Once you are comfortable with the basic ratios then you can grind anything up and make pancakes out of it.
- Total Calories 1759
- Protein g 122
- Carb g 204
- Fat g 47
Makes 6 thick pancakes serve with half a banana per pancake and a light dusting of cinnamon on top brings the numbers up to
- Calories Per Pancake 293
- Protein 20g
- Carbs 34 g
- Fat 8 g
What are your favorite flavour combinations?