Vitamix Protein Pancakes

30 Minutes

super easy


Add this Protein Pancake recipe to the (long) list of reasons why you need a Vitamix blender or high speed equivalent. It hits the spot, scratches the itch AND packs the proverbial protein punch! I’m obsessed. And you. Are. Welcome.

In my older, wiser and more nutritionally-focused (read: sort of boring) age, I rarely eat pancakes at home. I am, however, the first to suggest an order of blueberry “table cakes” when out to brunch with friends, which is a baller move if I do say so myself. But in the quiet comfort of my own home, I tend to lean towards the lighter side. With this easy, light, protein packed recipe, I can get that similar “table cake” fix without the heavy feeling that restaurant style stacks often induce. Plus, it helps to have a back pocket recipe that consistently hits all the spots. These fluffy, golden protein pancakes are not only delicious but they’re also really good for you. It’s a comforting morning meal you can feel good about and if you have kids or a family at home, you can feel good about making them.

Using a Vitamix or high speed blender makes the batter smooth and perfect 60% of the time, all the time, which honestly makes the recipe. Sometimes, if I’m feeling a certain way, I’ll add some oats or hemp seeds in their OG unblended state, but most of the time I make it as explained below.

Of course, I always encourage everyone to make my recipes theirs. So, please feel invited to add in (or omit) ingredients as you please. For example, sometimes I’ll throw in a handful of chopped walnuts nuts, frozen blueberries or chia seeds. I don’t typically do all three at once but live your dream. Would go great with a few pieces of bacon and don’t think twice before making breakfast for dinner. This is a lazy foolproof meal that you seriously can’t feel bad relying on. So, whether you’re a busy parent needing a quick and nutritious breakfast, or simply a pancake lover seeking a healthier alternative, my Vitamix Protein Pancakes is always a good idea!

Why You’ll Love It 

This recipe is made with a variety of real, wholesome ingredients and the protein powder really helps you double down on purposeful, fuel focused eating. Whether you’re looking to muscle up, slim down or maintain your current weight, these pancakes are perfect well-balanced meal that will satisfy your taste buds and keep you feeling great.

They are incredibly simple to make with a Vitamix blender. There’s very little clean up and the batter consistency hits perfect every time. Plus, though technically a “breakfast” food, this recipe absolutely fucks morning, noon and night.

Nutritious and healthy
Versatile and Customizable
Quick, Easy and Convenient
Recipe Cost Breakdown

     1 scoop vanilla protein powder: $0.77

     1 ripe organic banana: $0.62

     ¼ cup hemp seeds: $3.96

     ¼ cup organic rolled oats: $0.17

     1 tsp unsweetened coconut flakes: $0.01

     Dash of cinnamon: $0.07

     1 tsp vanilla extract: $1.24

   ½ cup unsweetened plant based milk: $0.91

     1 organic pasture raised egg: $0.53

      1 tsp baking powder: $0.05

     ½ cup plain Greek yogurt: $0.86 

     ¼ tbsp Grass fed butter: $0.53

     2 tbsp Pure maple syrup: $0.87

     1 cup Fresh strawberries: $2.90

     Total Cost: $13.49

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1 scoop vanilla protein powder
1 ripe organic banana
¼ cup hemp seeds
¼ cup organic rolled oats
1 tsp unsweetened coconut flakes
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp vanilla extract
Dash of cinnamon
1 organic pasture raised egg
½ cup unsweetened plant based milk
½ cup plain Greek yogurt
Dash of salt
1/4 tbsp Grass fed butter, for cooking
2 tbsp Pure maple syrup, to serve
1 cup sliced Strawberries, to serve

Nutritional Information

454 Calories
19g Total Fat
462g Sodium
47g Total Carbs
5g Fiber
14g Sugar
27g Protein



Add all ingredients into a Vitamix or high speed blender.
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Heat a skillet to medium-high heat.
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When ready to cook, lower the pan to medium heat and lightly coat with grass fed butter.
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Use an ice cream scoop or deep spoon to evenly pour out batter. Cook each pancake until bubbles start to form, then gently flip and cook for another 2 - 3 minutes.
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Top with fresh berries and maple syrup and enjoy!
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