Recipe Author: Patty Hecke
Recipe Process: Maranda Thomas
Note: This recipe has been re-vamped as of May 2013 -- much better, clearer instructions!
Makes 2 good sized pancakes
1 tsp cinnamon
1 scoop compliant protein powder (vanilla)
1 packet of stevia, truvia, or a dot of agave
1 tsp baking powder
2 eggs-one whole 1 white (you can do two whites and skip the yolk doesn't change anything)
1 tbsp olive oil
3 tbsp almond milk (use acidophilus milk for C2)
Mix in a bowl your eggs, baking powder, cinnamon, almond milk, sweetener of choice and oil. Set aside for about 5 minutes so the baking powder activates.
Get your small pan ready and spray it with olive oil spray (the reason I say small is that it will hold the shape of the pancake (round). Heat the pan at medium heat. If your pan is too hot your pancake will cook fast which you don't want. It will result in a dry pancake.
Once your liquid ingredients have activated give it a good stir and then stir in your protein powder. The batter should be slightly runny if it isn't and it seems really thick, use a little more almond milk to thin.
Divide the batter in half and cook one at each time. It takes just seconds to be ready to flip. You do not want your pancake to burn or overcook. As soon as you can get a fork to lift the corner, get your spatula immediately under it and flip fast. Once flipped watch it closely. It takes like 30 seconds and you need to get it off the pan.
Repeat with Second Pancake.
CHOCOLATE pancakes same as above but use Compliant Chocolate Protein powder, and 2 tbsp cocoa powder. Omit cinnamon.
CHOCOLATE DECADENT TRIPLE THREAT:
UNDER COOK IT...so there is a tiny thin goey center in it REALLY GOOD!!