Pancakes Everyday Recipe (Vegan and Gluten Free)

I think children are like pancakes. You sort of ruin the first one, and then you get better the second time around.
— Kelly Ripa

    Don’t listen to what anyone else tells you. Pancakes are appropriate at any time of day. Keeping this mix on hand, you’ll be able to whip up a batch and enjoy them in minutes.

vegan gluten free pancake mix quick and easy  just add water

 

 

Pancakes Everyday Mix (Vegan and Gluten Free):

 

 

3 cups of rolled oats

1 Tablespoon of Ener G Egg replacer (this is equivalent to two eggs)

1-2 Tablespoons of sugar (this can be omitted)

¼ teaspoon salt

¾ teaspoon of baking powder

 

Add all of the above ingredients to a blender and pulverize until you have made it into a flour consistency. Store in an airtight container or go ahead and make some pancakes.

 

For pancakes, add equal parts of mix and water or milk (milk will make it thicker so you may need to add more or cut it with water). Mix completely then cook on a greased pan at low medium heat. Wait till the edges start to look dry and the center had little air pockets, flip and wait about another minute.

Top them with anything and everything, then enjoy!

I like to make them into mini pancakes

fast just add water vegan pancake mix gluten free

 

And then you get a huge pile of tiny ones

fast just add water vegan pancake mix gluten free

Cookie Dough for Muscles Recipe

Some healthy cookie dough with plenty of protein to fuel your muscles!
Me just met you and this is crazy, but you got cookie, so share it maybe?
— Cookie Monster

    

This cookie dough recipe will not turn you into a blimp, but will instead fuel your muscles pre or post workout! Using just a few ingredients it has a pleasant texture and flavor nearly identical to cookie dough.

    Since people have their own preference over protein powder I have left the recipe somewhat vague so it can be tailored to your needs. Personally I like to use either vanilla flavored Plantfusion or Nitrofusion. When it comes to the protein isolate I use soy (since it’s plant based) but others will work fine. I like to add in the unflavored since I don’t have much of a sweet tooth and avoid using too much flavored protein.

 

Single Serving:

 

½ a scoop of vanilla protein powder

1 Tablespoon (or ¼ scoop) of protein isolate unflavored

1 Tablespoon of peanut flour

at least 1/4 cup of water or milk (dairy or non)

¼ teaspoon of vanilla extract

dash of coarse sea salt

Optional: chocolate chips or sprinkles

 

In a small bowl stir in both protein powders and peanut flour. Then, add in the vanilla and liquid. Start off with 3 Tablespoons of water, depending on the type/brand of protein you use you may need more to achieve cookie dough consistency. Once you get the desired consistency add the salt and other options in last.

Make some cookie dough and eat it all, but don't worry this is healthy and full of protein.

 

I will sometimes make big batch of the and keep it in the freezer for a quick snack:

 

Big Batch:

 

 

2 scoops of vanilla protein powder

¼ cup of protein isolate

¼ cup of peanut flour

at least 1 cup of water or milk (dairy or non)

1 teaspoon of vanilla extract

¼ teaspoon of coarse sea salt

Optional : chocolate chips or sprinkles

 

Follow the previous direct and store in the fridge. This recipe freezes well.

 

 

Note: add ½ Tablespoon of cocoa powder to the single serving recipe ( or 2 Tablespoons to the Big Batch) to make this chocolate cookie dough.

Just enjoying some protein in the form of cookie dough!