This recipe is very simple & takes literally no time to make! It's as low carb as you would like 2 make it! If you want more carbs then feel free to add more fruit or anything additional but I like to keep it simple!



4 egg whites- I prefer 2 use the whites from brown Organic eggs
dash of cinnamon
1 tablespoon ground flax seed
dash of cinnamon
1 packet of stevia
1/2 scoop of protein powder-(I use DYMATIZE NUTRITION Elite 12 Hour Protein Blueberry Muffin 1/2 scoop with a dab of low carb dutch choc. Isopure)
1/2 small organic banana
Handful of blueberries
2 teaspoons sugar free syrup/or real maple syrup


Mix all the ingredients into the bowl except for the fruit.

Make sure your skillet is turned on medium to hot as you do not want the pancakes to burn.

Pour the batter onto the pan and then add your desired fruit. I pinch pieces of the banana & blueberries onto the pancake as it is cooking.

REMEMBER-since you have no batter or carbs to hold the pancake together like a regular one you have to watch it closely while cooking. Due to all the protein it will get hard fast so I just leave it on for say 30 seconds or so & flip. I leave it a little runny in the center so it is not completely all cooked because it gives the pancake a better taste. Hard pancakes are no good..:) The key 2 making this recipe is cooking the pancake just right & quickly just enough so that it does not get hard.

Once you cook the pancakes then feel free to add your warm syrup/sugar free syrup-if so desired, or even plain! Then ENJOY!!

Please use whichever protein you like for this recipe as well as the fruit. I like this because it is low carb & it tastes great as long as you watch the pancakes & cook them right. You will understand what I am talking about once you make the pancakes.

I am also not a fan of anything sugar free but many people are so for those of you that are then feel free to use the sugar free syrup. For those of you that are not then you can either not use any or use a teaspoon of the real syrup..:)


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