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May 7, 2013
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Now it’s finally spring (can I say summer) here in Denmark. Welcome dear spring, we’ve been waiting for you :-)

It has been such a long winter and it seemed like summer was never coming but then – BAM – from one day to another all of the plants have suddenly burst into bloom and the temperature jumped from 4° C to 20° C (that’s 39°F – 68° F). Ahhh, amazing!

I love the first day of the year where you can wear a dress or shorts for school, bike home without a wearing a jacket and go running in nothing but a tee and some shorts. And that amazing day – that was today. Yay!

But now for another great thing:

Healthy Natural Protein Pancakes

Yep – that’s true.

And what’s even better is that they taste amazing and they are ver filling.

Win, win, win!

I actually got the recipe from one of my very good friends who had made them last time I visited her. But I’ve changed a few things and made the recipe a single-serving-recipe so I can make it just for myself. Yummy!

Healthy Protein Pancakes
5 pancakes

In a foodprocessor blend everything together until smooth. Bake on a frying pan (eventually add a little butter or oil). Serve right away or store in the fridge.
Enjoy!

14 responses to “Healthy Protein Pancakes”

  1. MadSCAR says:

    Love it! Thanks for recipe :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    It seems like there are more carbs than protein in the pancake, how can you call them protein pancakes?

    • Josefine says:

      I’m sorry if the title disappointed you. I’ve seen recipes on pancakes with less protein which was still called “protein pancakes” :-)
      I called them protein pancakes because they compared to other pancake recipes contains a lot of protein. Of course you can add protein powder, but I try always to make my recipes with natural ingredients.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Ha ha! Your description of the end of winter sounds so familiar! I had to check your “about” page to see if you were from Saskatchewan, Canada! Bring on Summer – where one may be!

  4. Meg Doll says:

    what a simple recipe!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Lily says:

    just made these for breakfast with my boyfriend (eating them as i type!) and they’re wonderful! we doubled the recipe and it worked perfectly – so yummy! thanks!!

  6. KR says:

    I know this is an old post but, when you say old fashioned oatmeal.. did you cook the oatmeal first or do you mean to mix in the dry oats straight into the blender? Thanks!

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