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White_Lie

Look at Moi, I'm a Kunce
Protein powder and mashed banana?
[MENTION=15941]steveP[/MENTION] ; usually has some good ones. But if in doubt, soak that mofo in sugar free syrup!
 

Bazza20

Well-known member
so I'm a pancake eating machine and I've tried a few recipes that tasted awful, any recommendations?

I've said this before but this is my way of doing it.

Make up you standard favorite pancakes. Just before you are going to eat it chug a few scoops of your protein powder in water. Then eat the pancakes as normal.

I don't see he point in using protein powder to make pancakes taste like shit.
 

steveP

Well-known member
The reason to make protein pancakes is because you can easily make them fit your macros without all the extra sugar. Then again, listen to the experts who know everything about food and are never in shape.


I have 2 go-to recipes.

- 1 egg.
- 30g of quick oats.
- 30g protein powder.
- 1/3 cup of water or milk.
Whisk all together and fry. Will make one large pancake or 2 small. About 300 calories without topping. I usually put peanut butter on top and that brings the calories up to 400 with pretty balanced macros.

Otherwise I use this proper pancake mix.
http://shop.coles.com.au/online/mobile/national/orgran-buckwheat-pancake-mix
Being buckwheat, it's high in fibre and really filling. I make 1/4 of a box at a time and add my own scoop of protein powder. Will make 2 large pancakes.
 

Bazza20

Well-known member
The reason to make protein pancakes is because you can easily make them fit your macros without all the extra sugar. Then again, listen to the experts who know everything about food and are never in shape.


I have 2 go-to recipes.

- 1 egg.
- 30g of quick oats.
- 30g protein powder.
- 1/3 cup of water or milk.
Whisk all together and fry. Will make one large pancake or 2 small. About 300 calories without topping. I usually put peanut butter on top and that brings the calories up to 400 with pretty balanced macros.

Otherwise I use this proper pancake mix.
http://shop.coles.com.au/online/mobile/national/orgran-buckwheat-pancake-mix
Being buckwheat, it's high in fibre and really filling. I make 1/4 of a box at a time and add my own scoop of protein powder. Will make 2 large pancakes.

Relax Steve. There is more than one way to do it.
 

Shrek

Fucked up Kunce
. Then again, listen to the experts who know everything about food and are never in shape.
.
How do you know this?
Just because someone had a different opinion you assume they are not in shape.
Be careful who you callout.
 

White_Lie

Look at Moi, I'm a Kunce
What's wrong with making normal pancakes and using stevia or similar? Who says they have to contain sugar?
I must say whenever I cook with whey it always comes out rather dry
 

bull

Member
Wow Steven you really seem to have one large chip on your shoulder
Haha he does a bit but bodybuilders can feel under siege on forums because the fashion is to run down both their training methods and their nutrition as suboptimal and unnecessary. The thing is, they work just fine and have done for a very long time.

I happen to agree with Bazza and Shrek here, whey does not add much to the pancake experience.
 
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