High Protein Meals: Protein Pancakes and Bison Steak

Almost two weeks ago I made protein pancakes for breakfast, and I forgot to post it! I adapted the recipe from Tone It Up and their Perfect Fit Pancakes (a great find!). I love their perfect fit protein but only purchased a sample pack a few weeks back, so I had to use whey protein for this recipe.IMG_0623

I added a touch more of almond milk and a whole banana and mine were very moist, but I enjoyed them. Next time I’d stick to the 2 tbs of almond milk and 1/2 banana.


  • 1/4 cup Egg Whites
  • 1 scoop Protein (I used chocolate 100% whey protein)
  • 2 tbs Almond Milk
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon
  • 1 tbs Ground Flaxseed
  • *After above ingredients are mixed, add 1/2 mashed Banana
  • Optional: handful of frozen berries, nuts, or chocolate chips

Cook as you would an ordinary pancake and enjoy! This makes about 2-3 large pancakes.

Bison Steak!IMG_0724

Tonight for dinner I had Bison steak over organic spring greens and 1/2 an avocado. It was so delicious! I drizzled on a bit of salad dressing as well, so you can dress it how you like. Bison is low in fat and loaded with protein. My cut was 180 calories and had 37 grams of protein! Wow! I wish it was summer so I could have cooked it on a grill, but it still came out good! I cooked mine in a pan with oil.


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