WCT Power Cakes

 

Benefits of Power Cakes:

Who doesn't like pancakes? Did you know that there is better, healthier, and tastier alternative to regular pancakes?

Power Cakes aka protein pancakes are just that. They are an excellent alternative to the traditional Aunt Jemima pancakes you ate as a child. (Maybe you still eat them) As the name suggests, power cakes are loaded with protein which helps keep you satiated throughout the morning hours. They are very easy to make, and could be meal prepped and stored in the refrigerator to take with you on the go. You can also add in a few extra ingredients to further kick start your morning such as peanut butter.

Why not give them a try?  

Ingredients:

 ½ cup Power Cake Mix

 ½ cup Milk (Almond, Soy, Coconut, Whole)

1 tbsp peanut butter (or any nut butter)

20g Chocolate Whey Protein (or any type of protein)

1 egg

1 tbsp chia seeds

1 tsp olive oil

*This makes about 2 large pancakes*

 
 

Total Calories:

303

 

Macros:

Carbohydrates: 22g

Fat: 13g

Protein: 22g

 

Total Cook Time:

15 minutes

Recipe:

Step 1: In a large mixing bowl add:

Power cake mix

Chia seeds

Chocolate protein powder

Step 2: Slowly add in the milk, while mixing the contents together (for thicker cakes, use less milk, for thinner cakes, use more milk)

Step 3: Next add the egg and mix

Step 4: Let the mixture sit for a couple of minutes

Step 5: Turn the stove on low-medium heat and add the olive oil

Step 6: Pour half of the mixture onto the frying pan in a circular shape, pour the other half of the mixture next to the first one in a circular shape

Step 7: If you prefer light colored power cakes, flip the power cake after one minute. If you prefer dark colored pancakes, flip the power cake after three minutes

Step 8: Once the power cake has been cooked sufficiently on both sides, add to a plate.

Step 9: Add 1 tbsp of peanut butter to the power cakes and any piece of fruit