Mission Nutrition Protein Pancakes recipe with MN The Fast Whey!!
By MN ambassador Leanne Caunce.
This week at Mission Nutrition we have the basic Protein Pancake Recipe, made with Mission Nutrition The Fast Whey Protein.
This recipe is a perfect breakfast option post morning cardio or I even use this as a pre bed snack (minus the banana). Such a versatile recipe idea, high in protein and lots of different variations so you can always switch it up with flavour protein or tweak the ingredients if you need to meet your macro goals.
Ok so why Mission Nutrition The Fast Whey?
First of all, when selecting my protein I think about the QUALITY of the product. MN protein uses ingredients that are tested by the anti doping lab and therefore I can be confident I am taking a professional product.
Next TASTE! Yes, to me taste is important. Health and fitness is a way of life for me and if it doesn’t taste great I don’t want to use it!
Mission Nutrition offer a great selection of flavours but my favourite has to be The Fast Whey COCONUT flavour, wins every time!
The Macro-Nutrient breakdown of the protein:
Energy kcal – 4.2
Energy kj – 1706
Protein (g) – 79
Carbohydrates (g) – 6
– of which sugars – 6
– of which starch – 0
Fat (g) – 7
Sodium (mg) – 200
Fibre (g) – 0
Saturates (g) – 4.2
Per serving, The Fast Whey Protein offers 22.8g PROTEIN, and is LOW CARB and LOW FAT, this is ideal for my dietary requirements.
I take one serving directly after training and can honestly say that it mixes fantastically and tastes amazing whilst delivering the macros needed directly after training.
Why should I take protein after training?
Girls, after a tough workout in the gym you need to take protein to help maximise recovery, aid performance and repair damaged muscle tissue. Don’t worry, you wont end up with big muscles!! It is essential to aid recovery and help develop that lean and toned body you are looking for. Come on Girls instead of a protein shake, how about this Protein Pancake Recipe?
30g (1 x scoop) Mission Nutrition The Fast Whey
- In a bowl, blend together the oats, protein and banana using a dash of milk until you have a thick batter.
- Crack the egg into the mix and stir in well.
- Heat a little coconut oil in a frying pan on a medium heat and pour in the batter.
- The trick is to cook the pancakes slowly so they don’t stick to the pan.
- Flip over and enjoy!