So you’ve got a sweet tooth but you know how bad sugar and white flour is for your waistline?

Why not swop it out with some six-pack ingredients like oatmeal and cottage cheese?

OPTION 1) Protein Pancakes without Whey

50 g oatmeal
200 g low-fat cottage cheese
1 egg
1 pinch of cinnamon
Oil for frying
Optional: similar dash of milk, fruits, desiccated coconut

1. Put the oatmeal and cottage cheese in a blender. Then add a little cinnamon and the egg.
2. Mix all the ingredients until a homogeneous mass. If the dough is slightly too stiff, add a very small splash of milk.
3. Put the dough in a bowl.
4. Depending on how big your pan, you can now have a large or two smaller pancakes bake evenly. You can decorate with different fruits or rasps addition to taste your pancakes.

OPTION 2) Protein Pancakes with Whey

4 egg whites
30 g whey (for example, with vanilla flavor)
50 g low fat cottage cheese
Oil for frying


1. Whisk together all the ingredients by hand or use a blender (best for mass production).
2. Then place the dough in a pan heat it and fry evenly on both sides.

OPTION 3)  Protein Pancakes with Banana (and Whey)


1 ripe banana
2 eggs
15 g whey (preferably with vanilla flavor)
desiccated coconut
Oil for frying
Optional: Splash of milk, fresh fruit

1. Mash the banana in a bowl. Tip: If you want to play it safe, that no lumps remain, then rather change to a blender.
2. Next, toss in the Whey and eggs – stir / mix everything until a smooth dough is formed. If the dough relatively stiff, you can add a splash of milk.
3. Put the dough in a hot pan and sprinkle some grated coconut over it. Once the dough is firm and the lower side is light brown, you can turn your pancake.
4. If desired, you can spice up the finished protein pancake with additional grated coconut and / or fresh fruit.