Kodiak Protein Pancakes Recipe

Kodiak Protein Pancakes Recipe

We all want to be healthy and fit. However, we also want to be able to enjoy the great outdoors and hike. There is nothing quite like a trail run on a beautiful day, with fresh spring air and a nice cold beer in hand. This is why we created the Kodiak Protein Pancakes Recipe. These pancakes have enough protein to fuel an entire day’s hike, on a beautiful day.

There are some breakfast foods which are definitely the most popular and there are also some which are quite prevalent. One of such breakfast foods is Protein Pancakes. They are basically made of eggs and whey protein powder and they taste really good as they are packed with protein. Besides, they are also a great option for those who want more of a healthy breakfast.

Let’s take a look at a simple, easy-to-make Kodiak Protein Pancakes Recipe. These pancakes are perfect for those mornings where you want something quick, yet delicious. These pancakes take just 3 minutes to make and are ready to eat in just 8 minutes. They’re also full of protein, which is essential for anybody with any dietary needs. Though protein pancakes are not technically pancakes, they are similar in that they are simply made with a batter that is cooked and then topped with melted butter and sugar.

How to make Kodiak Protein Pancakes

The Kodiak protein pancake recipe is very similar to the ones your grandmother would make when you were a child. The pancakes are also healthy and delicious, so they are an excellent way to lose weight, boost your immune system, and generally feel great.


  • Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes, 1/2 cup 
  • Protein powder, 1 serving (preferably a whey/casein blend!)
  • Egg, 1 
  • Baking powder, 1 teaspoon 
  • Vanilla extract, 1 teaspoon 


Step 1

Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and whip out the measuring cups. Whisk, stir, beat, whatever you need to do until everything is combined.

Step 2

Let’s get this place hot – heat up a nonstick skillet or pan.

Step 3

Pour the batter into the pan and flip the pancakes until they’re looking tasty and delicious.

Step 4

Top with the good-goods. I love strawberries, bananas, and nut butters.

Kodiak Protein Pancakes Recipe

Type: Breakfast

Cuisine: American

Recipe Yield: 1 serving

Preparation Time: 3 Minutes

Cooking Time: 5 Minutes

Total Time: 8 Minutes

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