Protein Pancakes

“You won't find a breakfast with more protein.”

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Fluffy, delicious, fresh.
Fluffy, delicious, fresh
Homemade in less than 5 minutes
Very high protein content
Very high protein content
6x more protein than standard pancake mixes
Just mix with water
Just mix with water
Easy to make in a bowl or a shaker
Milk from pasture-raised cows
Whey protein from grass-fed cows
100% natural, purely plant-based feed
No added sugar
No added sugar
Tastes great sweet or savory
Whey protein concentrate (46%), spelt flour, milk protein (15%), whole chicken egg powder, egg white protein powder, raising agent (disodium diphosphate, sodium carbonate), corn starch, table salt, emulsifier (sunflower lecithin)
Dry mixture for making Protein Pancakes. Contains 4 servings.
Nutritional information per 100g dry mix per 4 pancakes*
Energy 1598 kJ / 378 kcal 1278 kJ / 302 kcal
Fat 6.5g 5.2g
of which saturated fatty acids 3.1g 2.5g
Carbohydrates 18g 14g
of which sugar 2.9g 2.3g
Protein 62g 50g
Salt 2.1g 1.7g

* Calories and nutritional values will differ when mix is combined with a liquid other than water.

May contain traces of soy and sesame seeds.

Shaken or stirred. Fresh from the pan in under 5 minutes.

Mix with water

1. For around 4 pancakes, take 80g pancake mix (approx. 8 tablespoons) and place in a bowl or shaker. Add 150ml cold water.

Mix until it forms a smooth batter.

2. Mix with a whisk or shake well in a shaker with a sieve until the batter is smooth.

Cook the pancakes

3. Ladle the batter into a greased, hot pan or pour straight from the shaker. We recommend using coconut oil instead of butter.

Enjoy your pancakes

4. As soon as the pancakes are golden on both sides, eat them hot with your favorite toppings.

Our favorite recipes

Pancakes with salmon and avocado

Pancakes with salmon and avocado

Nutritional information per 100g: 198 kcal, 20g protein, 6g carbohydrates, 10g fat Per serving: 631 kcal, 63g protein, 19g carbohydrates, 32g fat

  • Here’s what you need:

    80g Protein Pancakes pancake mix

    1 egg

    1 tsp of foodspring Coconut Oil

    1 slice smoked salmon

    1 small tomato

    ½ an avocado

    1 handful lettuce

Here's how you make it:
  • Mix the batter according to the packet directions. Heat ½ tsp oil in a pan and make around three pancakes of similar size.
  • Add the rest of the oil to the same pan and fry an egg. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Cut the tomato and avocado into slices.
  • Layer the ingredients between the pancakes and enjoy.
Pancakes with chia jam

Pancakes with chia jam

Nutritional information per 100g: 211 kcal, 28g protein, 11g carbohydrates, 4g fatPer serving: 401 kcal, 53g protein, 22g carbohydrates, 8g fat

  • Here’s what you need:

    80 g Protein Pancakes pancake mix

    200 g of your favorite fruits (frozen or fresh)

    20 g foodspring Chia Seeds

Here's how to make it:
  • Heat up the fruit and then let it cool.
  • Place in a blender with the chia seeds and puree.
  • Leave to cool in the fridge overnight.
  • Cook your pancakes according to instructions and garnish with half the homemade jam. Top with fresh berries according to taste and enjoy.
Ultimate breakfast burger with bacon

Ultimate breakfast burger with bacon

Nutritional information per 100g: 204 kcal, 20g protein, 6g carbohydrates, 11g fat Per serving: 630 kcal, 61g protein, 19g carbohydrates, 33g fat
  • Here’s what you’ll need:

    80g Protein Pancakes pancake mix

    1 egg

    1tsp of foodspring Coconut Oil

    2 slices of bacon

    1 small tomato

    ½ an avocado

    1 handful lettuce


Here's how you make it:
  • Mix the batter according to directions. Heat ½ tsp oil in a pan and make around three Protein Pancakes of similar size.
  • Add the rest of the oil to the same pan and fry an egg. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Fry the bacon until crispy. You don't need to add extra oil.
  • Cut the tomato and avocado into slices.
  • Layer the ingredients between the pancakes and enjoy.
Average customer review


How can a protein pancake can taste SO good?! I loved it but the real test came with my kids. They liked them more than mine! They’re soft, inflate like normal pancakes and taste great! Now they can add syrup and I don’t feel so bad. But for me, no syrup is needed !

Worst pancakes

Well this is one of the worst pancake mix I’ve ever tried wish I could get my money back, I guess is hard to make “healthy” pancakes

Not convinced

Not sure if I'm convinced about this. Taste-wise are good, but I can't get them looking full and fluffy. I tried different ways but always end up having flat pancakes :( I might just finish the box and go back to my regular recipe.

Figurfreundlicher Treat am Wochenende

Mein absoluter Favorit für das Frühstück am Wochenende! Ich esse sie am liebsten mit Protein Haselnuss Creme. Damit sie nicht trocken werden mit mehr Wasser, als auf der Packung angegeben, anmischen. Sie sind geschmacklich neutral, da kein Zucker oder andere Zusatzstoffe zugesetzt sind, was ich gerade sehr gut finde. Viele Protein Pancake Mischungen enthalten Glukosesirup o.Ä. Das muss nicht sein!

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Frequently Asked Questions
How have you managed to create a mix that makes perfect, fluffy pancakes every time?

Our nutritionists, food technicians and athletes tested and retested the recipe until they found the formula for the perfect baking mix. Other protein recipes are often tough and dry, but our pancakes are really fluffy. This is because of our clever combination of spelt flour, whey and milk protein from pasture-raised milk plus egg protein from free-range hens.

How many pancakes can I make with one packet?

Our pancakes are very different from crepes. They taste best when they are thick and golden. This gives you something to really get your teeth into first thing in the morning. You will get 16 thick Protein Pancakes from one packet. If you like your pancakes thinner, you will obviously get more.

Why are your Protein Pancakes so much better than standard baking mixes?

It’s simple: Other baking mixes have a tonne of added sugar. We have turned this formula on its head: 0% added sugar and 62% protein. Just as delicious, and just as simple and quick to prepare.

Why can't I just make my pancakes out of whey protein?

You can, of course. But we want to make it even simpler for you: Place the Protein Pancakes mix to your shaker, add the water, shake, and pour into the pan. It couldn't be quicker. And we have taken great care in choosing all our ingredients and testing our recipes, so the pancakes you make with our baking mix will be as fluffy and soft as standard pancakes would be.

Just mix with water? How does that work?

It works. That's because our baking mix contains everything you need for perfect pancakes: spelt flour, milk protein and egg protein. Do you want to make Protein Pancakes the way you like them? Go for it: Try them with milk or your favourite milk alternative instead of water.

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