Make These Blueberry Protein Pancakes For Your Next Fit Fam Brunch

Make These Blueberry Protein Pancakes For Your Next Fit Fam Brunch



WE’RE CHANGING WHAT IT MEANS TO BE BLUE…

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…well, not quite like that ^

 

BLUE = GOOD. BLUEBERRIES = VERY GOOD
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AND HERE’S THE PROOF…JUST LOOK AT THAT JUICY ONE ABOUT TO POP…IT’S PERFECT

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NOW ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS ADD A DASH OF SUGAR-FREE SYRUP BEFORE…

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YOU RIP THEM APART WITH A KNIFE!

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FIND OUT WHAT BLUEBERRY CAN DO FOR YOU BY WATCHING THE FULL VIDEO BELOW:

NUTRITIONAL INFO (RECIPE CREATED BY JOE CASTRO)

BLUEBERRY PANCAKES

Yields: 2 Servings  | Serving Size:  2 Pancakes

Calories: 158  | Protein: 17g  | Fat: 3g | Net Carb: 11g (g sugar)

Fiber: 8 g | P/CAL: 43%

Prep Time :  5 min  | Cook Time:  8 min | Total Time: 13 min

Ingredients

BATTER

1 Quest® Blueberry Muffin Bar

½ scoop Quest® Vanilla Protein Powder

¼ cup water

3 tablespoons blueberries

1 ½ tablespoons zero-calorie sweetener

1 tablespoon oat flour

1 tablespoon unsweetened apple sauce

Method

  1. In a mini blender, blend the Quest Bar™ into a fine powder.
  2. In a medium bowl, whisk together Quest Bar™ powder, Quest Protein Powder™, water, oat flour, applesauce and blueberries.
  3. Spray a griddle with cooking spray and heat to 300°F, or spray a large nonstick sauté pan with cooking spray and heat over low-medium.
  4. Scoop 1 tablespoon of batter per pancake onto griddle.
  5. Cook pancakes 1 to 2 minutes each side, or until golden brown.
  6. Stack 5 pancakes onto each plate.

6 Comments

  1. teammollgaard@sbcglobal.net'

    HOW does a mini blender make a bar that is sticky/gummy into a powder? I am afraid to even try it fearing I will burn out the motor in one shot!

    • Hey Amy, we usually start off slow when we first put it in — breaking it up into chunks really helps too. We know it looks impossible, but it’s quite possible! We do it every week 🙂

  2. kstrelick@rochester.rr.com'

    Could this work for the chocolate chip bars? Add some mini chips for the kiddos?

  3. Sherrim131@yahoo.com'

    Is there a substitute for the applesauce ?

    • Vasa Martinez

      Sherri,

      Great question! You can try mashed banana or sweet potato purée but keep in mind that will raise your carb count. You can try adding one extra egg in place of the apple sauce and that will give you a lower carb option. Let us know if that helps and if you have any more questions please feel free to reply below or email us at support@questnutrition.com.

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