Cookies n Cream Dream Stack

Cookie n Cream, in a pancake stack?

Yep its been done, this stack is delicious & better yet,  still totally clean.
So if you could just leave any guilt or shame at the door, that would be great.

You heard right, the Essence of G kitchen turned a typical sugar filled dessert into one protein pancake stack of goodness! You are most welcome team ;).

New fitness goals have been set for 2017, along with a regime of counting macros, and PT sessions to gain the knowledge I need, to get to where I need to be.
All that being said, I was in need of restocking the protein powder supply!

My “go to” for the last year has been Bulk Nutrients for all my supplements and protein needs. This is where I stumbled upon their WPI Cookies and Cream flavour – & let me tell you, they have done it justice.
BN are a Tassie based business and super quick to deliver! Head over to their website above to have a good suss of everything they have to offer – including vegan friendly products!

Before you know it, I had lists of recipe options to create and share with you all, and this cracked the top 3! (…keep your eyes peeled for more to come)
Plus, its pancakes, so everyone’s a winner here!

Macro Break Down

Carbs: 54 grams
Proteins: 34 grams
Fats: 5.7 grams

Calories: 447

Makes 10 small pancakes

What You Need.
1/3 Cup Rolled Oats
1 Scoop Cookies n Cream Protein Powder
1 Egg
1 Banana
1/2 Tbsp Cacao Powder
1/3 Cup Water
** alternatively nut mylk works just as well
1 tsp Vanilla (optional)

What You Do.
For the quickest and easiest process, place all ingredients into your blender and blend on high until well combined
Heat a medium pan with a small spoonful of coconut oil
Carefully pour out your desired pancake size into your pan
These pancakes are quick to cook & may not bubble, so be sure to keep an eye on them!
Flip when required and plate on up!
To really go the whole nine yards, I sourced a packet of Gluten Free Creme Choc Biscuits , smashed up two (totalling to additional 102 calories – pretty good!) and dolloped on a tablespoon of greek yoghurt – as pictured above.

This stack was delicious and I would love to know how you go if you decide to give it a crack!

As always if you have any questions or request, drop me a line – I would love to hear from you.



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