How was your weekend, friend? We spent the weekend celebrating our little guy with our Oklahoma friends at our baby shower and had family in town all weekend. It was so fun to get together with friends and fam and just take a break from our usual hustle and bustle!
Does anyone else feel like weekends are always spent catching up on chores and things that need to get done? Can’t say I’m a fan of that lifestyle, and yet it seems like Cody and I spend every weekend that way lately. Maybe it’s just part of owning a home (especially an older one), or maybe it’s just how busy we’ve been as we get ready for the baby. Either way, this is definitely a balance that I would love to find in our household – getting things done that need to get done, but saving our weekends for enjoyment! Has anyone out there been able to find that balance? I would love to know if you have any tips!
In the meantime, these Simple 3-Ingredient Protein Pancakes have been such a wonderful recipe for an easy Saturday morning brunch.
I also love that I can make them in bulk and freeze them for a quick and healthy breakfast throughout the week!
How to make Simple 3-Ingredient Protein Pancakes:
All you need is a banana, rolled oats, and an egg. So easy to make!
To make these Simple 3-Ingredient Protein Pancakes, I used a cookie cutter on a regular pan that helped shape each pancake. Another option (that would honestly be better and faster) would be to use this silver dollar pancake pan! Although the pancakes I made in this recipe are about 4-5 inches and the silver dollar ones are about 3 inches, they’re delicious either way you make them!
Top them off with yogurt, fruit, nuts, real maple syrup, and you’re good to go!
Pro-tip: Use this DELICIOUS vegan protein powder in these pancakes to take them to the next level!
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Simple 3-Ingredient Protein Pancakes
- 2 1/2 cup rolled oats
- 2 bananas (medium)
- 2 eggs
- Blend the rolled oats into a flour-like texture.
- Add the bananas and eggs into the blender.
- Blend into a smooth texture.
- Pour about 2 large spoonfuls of the pancake batter into an oiled and heated pan.
- Cook for about 2-3 minutes on each side (or until lightly brown and cooked in the middle).
- Serve and enjoy!
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