Simple Pancakes with Protein Choc Sauce

Due to recent issues with a possible IBS diagnosis we have been really testing the waters with everything we have been eating, monitoring each ingredient and its reactions on our body. This was one of our experiments, and it made us so happy that our tummy remained in its happy place after eating it. Really did feel SO GOOD to be able to eat something so tasty without any stomach pain following suit. 

So, we thought we would share it for anyone who like us, suffers from annoying stomach issues and wants something tasty without having to worry. PLUS… it tastes great (meaning anyone else eating them won’t even notice that it is not in fact its naughtier counterpart).

Ingredients:
1/2 Cup Coconut Flour
4 Egg Whites
1 Cup Koko Coconut Milk (or preferred milk)
1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
1 Tbsp Sweet Freedom Syrup (or similar like Agave/Honey)
1 Tbsp Arrowroot
1 Scoop (approx 30g) Egg White Powder*
1 Tsp Baking Soda
1 Tbsp Coconut Oil (for frying pancakes)

Protein Choc Sauce:
4 Tbsp PB2 (or powdered peanut butter)*
1 Tbsp Chocolate Beef Protein*
1 Tbsp Cocoa Powder
1 Tsp Melted Coconut Oil
4 Drops Liquid Stevia*
Water

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Directions:
Mix pancake ingredients in a measuring jug (we prefer this because it makes it easier to pour onto the pan) and leave aside for a couple of minutes so that coconut flour soaks in all the wet ingredients.

Heat up coconut oil on medium heat, which for us is usually setting 4. Then, proceed to add spoonful’s of mix onto pan and start frying your pancakes. They are ready to flip over once they start to bubble a little and are easy to flip over.

We recommend a silicone spatula for this, the metal ones tend to stick to mix a little more, making it hard to flip. But… we don’t want ugly looking pancakes do we?

Repeat process until all your mix is done and your pancake stack resembles the leaning tower of Pisa.

Set aside and leave cool a little while you prepare choc sauce.

Grab a bowl and add all your sauce ingredients, go mixing in water until it reaches the consistency that you prefer, wether it be thick or runny.

Then, grab your leaning tower of pancakes and drizzle sauce all over, topping with whatever it is you fancy. We were craving strawberries at the time, but you can go as crazy as you want. Add fruit, choc chips or even a chopped up Muscle Malt Bar and BON APPETIT!

Nutritional Info: 
Per stack of 9/10 Pancakes:
409Cals | 16.5F | 32.3C | 33.6P

Per Pancake:
45Cals | 1.8F | 3.6C | 3.7P

Free from Gluten, Wheat, Dairy & Sugar.




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