I get a lot of messages from people struggling to get their daily protein intake in or who don’t have time to cook full meals to hit their macronutrient goals (nutrition goals) feeling frustrated with what to eat so I wanted to share this quick video showing you my post workout protein meal that literally took me less than 10 minutes to make, is only 3 ingredients for the recipe, has over 25g protein and has so much good chocolate chip flavor in it! Ingredients you need are:
1 Whole Egg
2/3 cups of Unsweetened Almond or Coconut Milk
Optional- 1 Tbsp of Lilys Stevia Sweetened Chocolate Chips and Sugar Free Syrup. Simply mix the 3 ingredients together until batter is completely smooth (if it’s too thick just add a little more milk until you reach a pancake batter consistency). Spray a griddle or skillet with non-stick spray and pre-heat to somewhere between 250-275 degrees or medium heat. Pour batter into 4 pancakes and let cook until the edges of the pancakes start to rise and bubble then flip and cook all the way through (about 3-5 minutes on each side). When pancakes are golden brown simply plate them and add your favorite toppings! This is such a go to meal for me when I am busy or when I just want something sweet and delicious without ruining my nutrition. This is also a super easy way to up your daily protein intake since the ABS Protein Pancakes mix alone has 26g Protein (with the whole egg it comes to about 32g Protein).
Eating healthy and eating protein packed meals doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice flavor or eat a boring diet! Enjoy!
Calories: 250, Carbohydrates: 8g net, Protein: 32g, Sugar: 3g
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1 Muffin= Calories: 157 Protein: 6g Healthy Fats: 12g Carbs: 4g Net Fiber: 3g Sugar: 2g
You can enjoy delicious Chocolate Chip Muffins every morning or evening as a snack while staying High Protein and Low Carb!
Calories: 190 Protein: 9g Healthy Fats: 14g Carbs: 9g Net Sugar: 0g
This delicious chocolate fudge protein brownie is so good you would have no idea that it was actually a healthy baked good!
Calories: 220 Protein: 35g Carbs: 9g net Sugar: 3g
Nutrition is based off just the Pancakes as the macronutrients will vary depending on the brands you use for the nut butter and the chocolate syrup.
This is a delicious and nutritious way to get your Chocolate Dessert craving in while sticking to your fitness goals.