Keto Friendly Protein Pumpkin Pancake Recipe – Low Carb Recipe

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Protein Pumpkin Pancake

These pumpkin protein pancakes are the best breakfast, although I won’t judge you if you need to get them year-round. They made with only ten simple ingredients, are packed with fall flavor pumpkin and cinnamon are loaded with protein and are overall a delicious breakfast anyone will enjoy.

And if you love pumpkin, these overnight pumpkin oats are an equally delicious breakfast as well. And if you are pancake fan, try these healthy apple cinnamon pancakes.

Our kids love pancakes. So they are much friendly to pancakes in all forms, sizes, and tastes. These pumpkin cakes have a fun fall taste and lots of protein to go with it. If your kids love pumpkin muffins or pumpkin keto cookies, then there is a high chance they will enjoy these pancakes.

Pumpkin Protein Pancakes recipes

What Substitutions Can I Make?

This recipe is pretty forgiving, so if you need to make some ingredients swaps, you can. Swap out the all-purpose flour for whole wheat flour if you like. White whole wheat the meal is light and fluffy like AP flour, but with added nutrition.

Pumpkin spice made up of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, ginger and cloves. If you don’t have pumpkin pie spice, you can mix up some of your own.

Finally, pumpkins puree is not as crucial as you would think. When people think of pumpkin flavoring, most of that comes from the spice. So if you seem to hold no pumpkin pure, give these pumpkin protein pancakes a shot anyway.

Ingredients In Pumpkin Protein Pancakes

To the easiest, coziest fall breakfast ever. Like man, have I got a pumpkin obsession these days or what? So yes, we are still going intense with all pumpkin spice everything with these 5-ingredient pumpkin protein pancakes. Please don’t hate how necessary I am. Here’s everything you need here to get them.

How Many Pancakes Does This Recipe Make?

Each pancake I made used about ¼ cup of batter, and the batch made about eight pancakes. You can get them as tiny pancakes or big ones that are the ideal single-serving area for your kiddos. Blueberries, raspberries and strawberries are my favorite berries to eat any with any pancakes, including these pumpkin protein pancakes. If you are looking for another fun pancakes recipe, try our Banana smoothie pancakes.

To go pumpkin protein pancakes, find all your components. Before doing anything grind oats until they are flour-like consistency. Add all ingredients into blender and pulse until smooth.

Heats a greased pan or skillet and drop batter by ¼ cup increments. Cook for 3-4 minutes on each side, flip cook for an additional 3-4 minutes.

Milk– you can use any type of milk you like, dairy or other non-dairy bowls of milk will work.

Sweeteners – you can use honey or agave nectar instead of maple syrup.

Pumpkin Protein Pancakes

What Type Of Protein Powder To Use

There are a lot of choices on the business when it comes to protein particles and it can be terrifying at first. Here are some tips for choosing a clean protein powder.

  • Choose a whey protein that has the fewest ingredients possible and make sure that the first ingredients listed are protein.
  • Select a powder that has at least 25 grams of protein or more per serving. Most should have about 30g of protein.
  • Make sure the protein powder does not have synthetic sweeteners or combined sugar. On the label, you’ll both see protein isolate or protein concentrate. Choose the protein isolate this means that it contains more than 90% protein.


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