Blueberry Banana Protein Pancake!

Blueberry Banana Protein Pancake!

– 1 egg

– 1 scoop vanilla protein powder

– 1 tbs ground flax seed

– 1 ripened banana – mashed up!

– 1/2 cup fresh blueberries

– 1/2 tbs organic vanilla soymilk


Mix it all up! Fry with a tiny bit of EVOO. Then top with pretty strawberries!

Total protein content? Over 27g! 250-300 cals depending on how much fruit you use. I made 4 pretty good sized pancakes.

<3 Cassey

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  1. Wendy Rose Maggiolo says:

    can i subsitute soy milk with almond milk i am allergic to soy

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  3. Elizabeth says:

    Hey Cassie, quick question, Is the calorie count for 4 pancakes? Also, are ingredient measurements listed the amount to just make one pancake or all four?

  4. Nazeli says:

    Is there another substitute to vanilla protein powder i can use?

  5. Tiffany says:

    Hi I was wondering if there was any way I could have these pancakes without bananas cux I’m allergic

  6. ArdenL says:

    Just made these for brunch and i used chocolate protein powder instead.The pancakes turned out delish and i was like OMG how could this be so good lol.They were very filling too so it’s good for busy students like myself.Thanks Cassey!

    Love from malaysia 😉

  7. Kristin Russell says:

    Thanks for all the great recipes Cassey! You are such an inspiration for us
    “older” chicks!

  8. Kristin Russell says:

    I used 2packs of stevia and egg whites only to mine and they were fabulous!

  9. Fee says:

    My pancakes never turn out as nice as yours, Cassey. I think I need a better frying pan:/

  10. dulce says:

    These look so delicious and don’t need much ingredients! I love that will try to make these tomorrow morning!

  11. Noa says:

    250-300 calories for the whole recipe or for one pancake?

  12. Windy says:

    YUM! I mixed this recipe with the Apple Cinnamon Protein Pancake! (Out of necessity cuz I didn’t have flax seed… and I didn’t have apples, lol!)
    Came out suuuper good, and no mush, no problems flipping at all (just like cooking any regular ol’ pancake!) and my sister who isn’t into the eating healthy thing tried it and said it was good! WOOP! WOOP!
    What I did:
    1 whole egg
    1 Egg white (Total of 2 egg whites, I separated the white from the whole egg and added to this.)
    1 mashed banana
    1.2 tbs almond milk
    A little more than a 1/4 cup of oatmeal. (Blended to make it like powder)
    1 Scoop of Vanilla Protein Powder
    Dash of cinnamon

    With an electric mixer beat the egg whites till very fluffy. (I had to do this by hand since I couldn’t find ours, lol. HARD WORK, lemme tell ya.So yes, electric mixer= MUCH BETTER.)
    I mixed all the liquids first along with the mashed banana, then added the dry mix (oatmeal, powder and cinnamon)
    At first I had the flame on higher, but what happens is that the top gets crunchy but the middle stays kinda mushy, so I lowered the flame and it all cooked evenly. Surprisingly, the more it cooks, the better it tastes. Well, for me anyway. 😀
    YES, it will take some patience, but hey! Gives you time to wash the dishes! heheh
    Add toppings to your liking!

    So this is my experiment! Quite happy with it too *huge grin*

    1. Adrienne says:

      These turned out INCREDIBLE. The trick is definitely mashing the banana well and whipping up those egg whites (I did egg white and egg combined) and as Cassy said, mixing ingredients well. Mine turned out like the picture but I chose to do this recipe because I had no protein powder or blueberries. I have found my new favorite breakfast! Thanks so much for sharing!

      1. Adrienne says:

        Oh! And excellent advice on having that flame not too hot. I greased my pan with a bit of coconut oil and used lite coconut milk instead of almond because that’s what I had. (: thanks again!

  13. Amber Edwards says:

    Hi Cassey! Can you tell me what brand vanilla protein powder you use? Some brands I’ve tried tasted chalky and I really would love to make these delicious pancakes! Thanks for being an inspiration to get healthy!

  14. Tanya says:

    I just made these and they were AMAZING!! I’m in love with them. I added the blueberries after. They were like a banana pancake. So delish ~ thanks for sharing!!

  15. Taylor says:

    I wish I read these comments before I attempted to make them. I made the banana protein pancakes and they came out perfect but this recipe turned into utter mush. Would not hold. I think the blueberries should be held off until the end or used as a topping. 🙁 It looked so yummy too!

  16. Katrina says:

    I made these with chopped frozen cherries and they were amazing. I seriously burnt the first one and it still tasted great lol.

  17. Grati says:

    Are these for real?:))) That was my first thought….i can eat pancakes(my favourite dessert in the world) without any guilt,is this really posible??
    I´ll make these soon and come back with impresions.

  18. Kirst says:

    Had these for breakfast, even my brother (who has no interest in eating clean) said they were good! I substituted the flax seed for coconut flour so probably a bit higher calories but tasted delicious!

  19. Angie Bybee says:

    I have tried these pancakes twice and had the same problems:( taste is good but mushy and cannot get them to flip so i have mush on my plate too, mine look NOTHING like yours:(!

  20. Jennifer Franco says:

    Will the recipe still work if I don’t add any protein powder?

  21. Paige L says:

    These were to dieeeee for. OMG. Delicious. My method was to pour the batter in the pan, THEN put the blueberries on top, cook for a bit, then fold in half like an omelette! Worked perfectly!

  22. James says:

    Hi I just looked at this and wondered if everything (inc all the blueberries, except a handful for decoration) should just go into a blender and then that will make the mix correct? Or is it only to be mixed by hand?


    1. blogilates says:

      Blender is fine, but I mixed it by hand.

      1. James says:

        Hi, gave it a go tonight, I think I made the same mistake as the people above and wasn’t patient enough waiting to flip them. Will keep anyone else posted when I nail it!

        Oh and btw the vids are great, as someone who’s given Pilates a first go, (to get better at cricket of all things) it’s a real eye-opener!

  23. Lisa says:

    Cassey, can you do a video for this recipe please? because its not working for me too

    1. blogilates says:

      I need to write mash up the banana – that will make it stick!!!!

  24. danielle says:

    umm cassey mine came out looking nothing like yours! i think its because there were whole chunks of fruit? they didn’t come out in whole circles, just chunks in a circle form haha. they were still pretty good but i don’t know why they didn’t come out like yours! any ideas??

    1. blogilates says:

      You need to really mash up the bananas!

      1. danielle says:

        ill give it a try! but what about the strawberries? should i mash those too??

  25. shumaila says:

    wow amazing lookng nice yummy

  26. Sarah says:

    Hey Cassey, I tried making your blueberry protein pancakes and they turned to mush in the pan:( I used the same recipe minus flax seed. Can you tell me how you make them without it turning to mush?? Thanks!

    1. blogilates says:

      Hmm this really shouldn’t happen if everything is well mixed. Make sure your heat is low and that you leave the pancakes on long enough before you flip. There should be no way for them to stay mushed to the pan. Let me know if that helps.