Chocolate Protein Pancakes

Chocolate Protein Pancake Recipe

Chocolate Protein Pancake Recipe

Chocolate Protein Pancake Recipe

Serving Size: 100 grams (about 1/8th of the batter)

1 Cup Oat Flour
2 Whole Eggs
1 1/2 Cup Egg Whites
1 1/2 Cup Protein Powder
2 Tbsp  Coconut Oil
1 1/2 Tbsp Raw Honey
1 1/2 Tbsp Baking Powder


Nutritional Value

Calories: 155
Fat: 6g
Carbohydrates: 11g
Protein: 15g
Sugar: 7g (from honey)


* add 95 calories and 23 grams of carbs if using honey


1. In a bowl, mix together the oat flour, protein powder, and baking powder. Stir all the ingredients until the are well combined.

2. In a separate bowl, mix together the eggs, coconut oil, and raw honey. Mix it together thoroughly.

3. Slowly pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients. Mix it gently until the batter is smooth. Do not over-beat the batter.

4.  Heat a griddle to high heat and lightly grease it with coconut oil or organic butter. Pour the batter on the hot griddle to form pancakes. When tiny bubbles form along the top, flip them over and cook until golden brown.

* Add in favorite fruits
* Use organic maple syrup or raw honey on top of pancakes or try to eat them plain



  1. Anna says:

    Those look really yummy! Thanks for posting the nutrition facts, I’ll have to try them sometime soon 🙂

  2. Lisa says:

    WOW – These look simply delish and I just LOVE protein pancakes, but haven’t tried this recipe before. Will certainly being giving this one a go. Thanks so much. I am always looking for new healthy recipes.

  3. Mez says:

    Do you have to use honey? (I can’t eat it) – can you use stevia instead?


  4. Krystal says:

    I had someone tell me recently that once protein powder is heated past a certain tempurature in the cooking process, it loses it’s efficacy? What is your knowledge on this?

    • Flavia says:

      Yes it’s true but I don’t know what the parameters around that is. Anyone want to join in this discussion?

  5. you have a great blog here! would you like to make some invite posts on my blog?

  6. Gabrielle says:

    Hi Flavia & Anna,

    I just tried the recipe and used whole wheat flour instead of oat flour. As the result the batter was too thick and I had to add about 1 1/2 cup of water. Managed to make 4 big pancakes out of this recipe too.

    The pancakes were good though! I’m so glad that learn that protein pancakes can be so tasty!

    Please keep your recipes coming! Thank you!


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