High Protein Cottage Cheese Pancakes

Cottage Cheese (or hüttenkäse as it’s called in the Netherlands) is a popular product for those who work out as it’s low in fat and high in protein. Most people use it as a sandwich topping, often combined with some avocado slices. But did you know that you can do much more with cottage cheese? You can use it for all kinds of recipes. I made these high protein cottage cheese pancakes with it. On this page I’m sharing the recipe of these cottage cheese pancakes.

These high protein pancakes are super easy to make, you only need three ingredients. And the cottage cheese that you’ve got left-over, you can use on your sandwich the next day!

You can make these high protein cottage cheese pancakes for breakfast or lunch. Preferably you eat them after your work out, as that’s the best time to take in your proteins. With the recipe below I made this whole stack. The total amount of calories for the whole batch is 477, so you can eat them all by yourself! They contain 36 grams of protein.

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Recipe Cottage Cheese Pancakes

Ingredients:
100 grams Cottage Cheese
50 grams rolled oats
3 eggs
Coconut oil for baking

Optional toppings:
For example: apple, cinnamon, maple syrup

But the cottage cheese, eggs and rolled oats in a food processor or blender and blend until mixed. You can also do this by hand.
Warm some coconut oil in a skillet. Use a sauce spoon to get the right amount of batter for every pancake. Bake the pancakes a few minutes on each side.
I’ve topped my cottage cheese pancakes with thinly sliced apple, cinnamon and maple syrup.
You can also use peanut butter, banana and chocolate or red berries and powdered sugar.

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Article Categories:
Breakfast and lunch · Foodie

Comments

  • These pancakes are great! Thanks for the recipe. I also like to cook healthy, creative and without sugar and I already knew some variety’s for pancakes but I didn’t know this one. I’m particularly fond of Amber Albarda’s recipes, do you know her?
    To this pancakes I added some cinnamon and vanilla to the batter which was also nice.

    Nicola 16 February 2020 10:03 Reply

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