Bananas, pancakes, and protein are a match made in heaven. This recipe is the perfect late night snack for two. It’ll satisfy your sweet tooth and provides a pop of protein. Don’t worry about the flavor or texture. It’s light, airy, and fluffy deliciousness.
Adding protein powder to your pancakes improves the nutritional profile and makes you feel full after eating. The banana adds a sweet tropical flavor and creamy texture. The combination is perfect to spice up a plain old pancakes recipe.
- 1Add everything to bowl and mash
- 2Add butter to a hot pan
- 3Pour batter when butter is melted
- 4Flip when golden brown
- 5Remove when golden brown
Ingredient benefitsWhey Protein Isolate
The highest quality sources of whey protein isolate don’t contain any artificial sweeteners, flavorings, colors, or preservatives so they are great sources of protein for people on limited or restrictive diets. It’s so pure that people can generally consume this even if they are lactose sensitive or intolerant.Banana
Bananas taste great and are great for you. They are eaten all around the world for the flavor and cherished for the health benefits. If you want extra banana flavor in your pancake recipe use bananas that have gone mostly brown. The browning process converts the starches into sugars and enhances the natural sweetness. To brown your bananas leave them out on the countertop for about a week or two.Eggs
Eggs are the reason why our banana pancake recipe texture is not thin and dry. Eggs are a great source of nutrition and they add a light and fluffy texture to pancakes that makes them absolutely delicious.