I’m posting this great cottage cheese protein pancake recipe as clean way to carb-up for MANS dieters.
Also, if you’re having a mid-week carb-up, this can certainly play a role in your Wednesday evening eating!
The low-fat versions of the ingredients are there not just because your fat content should be lower on a carb-up, but also because it helps bump up the protein content. This batch delivers a whopping 64g of protein with a fat count of 5.5g.
Here’s what you’ll need:
2 x large egg whites (or 1 whole egg)
28 Calories | 7g Protein | 0g Carbs | 0g Fat
30g rolled oats
118 Calories | 5g Protein | 20g Carbs | 2g Fat
117 Calories | 27g Protein | 0g Carbs | 1g Fat
40g Wholemeal Flour
149 Calories | 6g Protein | 29g Carbs | 1g Fat
150g Low Fat Cottage Cheese
105.5 Calories | 19g Protein | 4g Carbs | 1.5g Fat
1 teaspoon of melted butter (or coconut oil, or olive oil) to cook with (optional)
How To Make
Simply put your Eggs, Oats, Whey Protein, Flour, and Cottage Cheese into a large bowl and whisk until smooth.
Then melt your butter (optional) in the frying pan (medium heat) before pouring half of the above mixture in for 1 pancake.
After cooked, add any of the optional ingredients above to taste.
This is my second pancake recipe. If you haven’t checked out my other recipe, see it here “MuscleHacker’s Blueberry Protein Pancake Recipe“.
Enjoy Your Carb-Up!
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