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Point1 – Power Pancakes

I do alot of cooking/baking and all-around tasty performance eating. Just because something is supremely healthful and conducive to performance doesn’t mean it has to taste bad!

These pancakes are a perfect example. Packed with protein, a variety of carbohydrates and a small dose of tasty fats. They make a perfect afternoon snack, a pre-training meal about 1 hr out or even better with loads of yogurt and/or fresh fruit at breakfast!

Ingredients:

Half cup of buckwheat flour

1 teaspoon baking powder

2-3 Tbs of ground flax seed – (I used a ground flax/sunflower seed mix)

1 egg lightly beaten

2 ripe and mushy bananas

Half a cup of your milk of choice (cow’s, almond, rice etc…)

Water as needed to get desired thick but runny texture

Optional extras: Vanilla extract or 1 scoop of protein powder to replace flax for added Protein but less taste!

Real simple to make, mix all the dry ingredients well. Combine, in a separate bowl, all of the wet ingredients then add the two together until a good mixture is obtained. It will be quite thick so add a little water until you are happy with the consistency! Trial and error at first for those not used to making pancakes. I used full-fat cow’s milk as it’s awesome stuff if you are not intolerant, it makes the tastiest pancakes but vanilla or plain rice or almond milk works perfectly also.

Wet and Dry

Cook on a hot pan, no need for oil or butter, just patience! They take a few minutes to brown each side and it’s better if you pour them thin as they rise and in general are quite moist. The finished product should have a nutty banana flavour, be real light and fluffy and literally melt in your mouth. – Savage!

Mancake

I’ve not broken down the Macro nutritional content yet, but it’s all health and all amazing although they do pack some calories in a small space so if you are trying to loose body fat for performance then don’t go too wild!

Small Stack

 

Top tip for cooking these is let the first side brown totally before you try and flip, there’s no silly wheat or other grass in here so they take patience to cook! You can also easily mix and match ingredients to suit. Apple sauce instead of bananas, tapioca flour or some almond meal instead of half or all of the buckwheat flour, more eggs for a heavier cake. Just play with it. Although be warned there ain’t nothing as awesome as Buckwheat in my opinion.

I think next-up in the cooking series is the Point1 Badass grain-free Brownies!

Feel free to ask any questions! Keep ‘er lit and #eatreal

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