Happy Sunday, luffs!
I know, I know…peaches aren’t exactly in season anymore…BUT when you find a 4-pack of peaches at the International market for a whopping TWO BUCKS (so you can finally make this) and then the next morning, you have some hungry blends standing in your kitchen on their SECOND cup of coffee while you’re busy raiding the fridge trying to decide what flavor pancakes you can whip up to seriously impress them all the while wondering why the HECK you didn’t at least an inkling of a plan before you woke up and you’re sweating under all the FRIGGIN’ PRESSURE…
You say what the hell and whip up some PEACH pancakes!
All this being purrrrrely hypothetical, of course! 😉
Oh I know, we’ll just throw some fall–festive leaves in there! Quick peach, pretend you’re a pumpkin! 😉
Regardless of the season, I’m sharing these with you today because they were fan-freaking-tastic…and if you don’t believe me, I’ve got two lovely ladies well-versed in the fruit persuasion who can back me on this…proof AND proof!
*insert smug emoticon here*
Speaking of boosting my ego, can I just say how great it is to hear someone enjoying something that I’ve made? I mean seriously, it’s THE best…right up there with the feeling you get in your arms after you set down the 20 grocery bags you carried up the stairs from your garage because you insisted on not making two trips!
Ahhhhhh, sweet release…I mean PEACHES! Yes, I was talking about pancakes!
So umm, yeah…you should make these…because they kinda like make your eyes roll back into your head and you forget to breathe for a minute.
Light and fluffy and FILLED with juicy peaches (use frozen or canned if you still insist on hatin’). The coconut and almond flavors hidden within bring out the peach flavor even more. And covered in a sweet and creamy yogurt sauce, it will definitely take you to that special place…you know where
Channing Tatum Tatum Channing carries all 20 of your grocery bags in for you…in one hand…while shirtless…and now I’ve got THIS song in my head! Hmm, can you tell I’m typing this up before my weekly visit with the man-friend? 😉
Peaches & Cream Protein Pancakes (GF)
Prep Time: 5-10 minutes
Cook Time: 8-10 minutes
Keywords: breakfast pancakes high protein vegetarian gluten-free Pancake Sunday summer
Ingredients (Serves 1)
- 1/3 cup oat flour (ground from gluten-free rolled oats)
- 1 Tablespoon coconut flour
- 1/2 scoop vanilla protein powder (30g scoop)
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 large egg white
- 2 Tablespoons peach-flavored Greek yogurt
- 3 Tablespoon water (or milk)
- 1/2 teaspoon coconut extract (optional)
- 1/2 teaspoon almond extract
- 1/4 cup diced peaches (fresh, frozen, or canned)
- Toppings: thinned yogurt mixed with a bit of maple syrup, diced peaches, toasted almonds, and toasted coconut
1. Heat a non-stick skillet or griddle to medium heat and coat with cooking spray.
2. In a medium-sized bowl combine dry ingredients and stir with a wire whisk to break up any lumps.
3. In a separate bowl, whisk egg white until frothy.
4. To the egg, add yogurt, water (or milk) and extracts and whisk well.
5. Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and stir until just combined.
6. Fold in peaches.
7. Spoon batter onto skillet, forming three small-medium sized pancakes.
8. Cook for 4-5 minutes before flipping and cooking an additional 3-4 minutes.
9. Transfer to a plate and add toppings.
10. Enjoy while fantasizing about pecs…I mean PEACHES!!
You tell ’em, Peach!
Now I’m off…to go “make pancakes” with the man-friend! 😉
When I saw the title to this blog post I thought yep it is another singalong post for sure….you remember that song that goes ‘You know what I mean peaches and cream?…’ hmm maybe you don’t since that is the only line of that AMAZING RnB song that I remember.
Moving along…..these look all kinds of delicious. All kinds.
Enjoy the pancake cooking!
Awww, babe…did you miss the link? That’s totally the song I plugged in the post! 😉 It’s from 112! Here, click this and shake yo bootay for a minute! 😉 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cy2E16dSzAU
I’m clearly blind as a bat and I was used to your piña colada one where you sang throughout the whole post!
Haha! Aww, you’re fine! The ONLY reason I didn’t do it with this one was because I already beat myself to it last year: http://www.kissmybroccoliblog.com/2012/08/09/peaches-n-cream/ 😉
Lol well yum to that recipe too!!
girl i totally wish i could make these! no peaches here though and i am really trying to eat in season! it’s what my body is craving naturally these days and it is wonderful! would be making these for my dad this morning (in season or not) IF i did have peaches on hand 🙂
screw seasonal produce! give me peaches!
If eating out-of-season gets me these pancakes, I’m ok with that 😉 they look awesome!
If only I had peaches because now I’m craving these pancakes for breakfast!
I like starting my mornings with a little peaches and cream. I’m happy to have this song stuck in my head, and only wish I had these pancakes stuck in my belly too. Alright, scratch that last bit, it sounds awkward but I would like to try these special cakes.
P.S. I have peaches in my deep freezer so if all else fails, you can come back to Cleveland and I’ll make you the sandwich in the dead of winter, seasonality be damned.
Haha! Love it! Well, I just want you to know that I picked up my THIRD bundle of cilantro today (number 1 and 2 I let go bad <- because I'm a terrible terrible person)...I just need to get my BOOtay to the store for some jam!! It is ON like donkey kong...or uh something like that! 😉
If I was standing in your kitchen, drinking coffee while you make pancakes, take ALL THE TIME YOU NEED! Pancakes made by the Pancake Queen herself? Worth the wait. 😉
Cooking under pressure legit terrifies me. I’m impressed with how well yours turned out! I would have been a sweaty mess and my pancakes would have looked like that too!
And who cares if it’s out of season! I like my berries in the middle of winter and ain’t nobody gonna change that!
The weather is so cold at the moment so an influx of summer fruit is what we need. It’s nice to see something other than a pumpkin recipe at this time of year. They look beautiful.
Thanks, Nikki! And oh I hear ya…my definition of cold may be different from most, but I just checked the weather for this week and saw that it’s only going to get up to 43 degrees (6 Celsius) on Tuesday! 😯 Noooooo!
These are probably the prettiest pancakes I have ever seen!!
Aww, thank you Jess!! 😀
I heard about these, and I was insanely jealous! I need some of your famous pancakes one day!!
I’m kinda jealous. I had peach oats this morn b/c it was what I was craving BUT I had to use dried peaches. WAHHHHH. 😉
I’m jealous – I want you to make me pancakes too!
Ummm can I come stay at your house and join in on the deliciousness? I have yet to master the art of fluffy protein pancakes… Lawd help me
ANY time, gorgeous!! But in the meantime, if you haven’t seen it already, I did a post back in April ALL about making some fluffaaaaaaaaaaaay (<- sorry, couldn't help myself) cakes! You can check it out here: http://www.kissmybroccoliblog.com/2013/04/07/confessions-of-a-pancake-queen-the-superhero-edition/ but ONLY if you promise to tell me who your favorite superhero is! 😉
Oh Heather you did again with out of this world amazing looking pancakes. Now I need to go search for some peaches!
And THERE it is!!! Hooray!!
I like how I TRIED to help…but all I could do was get my fingers in the way, stand way too close, wash a few dishes…make some oat flour. Haha. Yup, I’m a real pro assistant. Love you girl!
Eh, WHATEVER!! You made a GREAT assistant! Can’t wait to do it again! Gah, how can I talk to you every day and still miss you so much? Come back and see me! haha!
mmm…pancakes. Did I mention my plan calls for a stack of pancakes on saturday morning. Before the competition. I don’t understand it either, I just do what I’m told. 🙂
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i love your recipes but can you tell me the nutritional value for your pancakes other than just the protein amounts, such as amount calories per serving carbs, fat,cholesterol ,sodium , sugar ,fiber . thanks for sharing your recipes.
Thank you, Denise! I no longer include nutritional information on my recipes since I gave up calorie counting last year, but feel free to plug in the ingredients into this calculator and it will give you good idea of the stats!
Let me know if I can help with anything else and thanks so much for reading! 🙂
I was wondering what protein powder you used? Eh, i hope it’s not from a website because I do not want to order some. Lol, but I do have a natural food store and GNC nearby. …any good ones from there?
Right now, I’m making my way through a ginormous tub of Now Whey Protein Isolate (got a deal online a while back for a 5 pound tub and never realized it would take me THIS long to get through it…ha!). Isopure is another good brand…I know they have that one at GNC, but my favorite brand is Syntrax Nectar Whey…as far as I know, you can only buy it online, but they do have a pretty sweet deal on a variety pack here: http://www.netrition.com/syntrax_nectar_page.html
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Ok… One, just stumbled across your blog yesterday looking for new high protein recipes, from what I’ve seen so far I feel like I’ve been missing out for ages.
Two, this recipe is AMAZING. Seriously, I’m in love. Like truly, madly, deeply, ‘what did I do without you in my life’ love. ‘I want to raise a little peach protein pancake family’ love. ‘Let’s run away together and live in a castle in France’ love.
I tweaked it a little to have equal carbs and protein, added a little stevia and BAM, best pancakes ever. Fluffy and fresh and completely delish. They are so amazing you can do them minus syrup. I’ve tried them with a few different mix ins – substituting pineapple for the peaches makes them remind me (happily) of a piña colada FYI .
This is easily my new favourite pancake base. I made a triple batch yesterday and froze them, so we’ll see how well they reheat.
They are definitely happy place pancakes. Though my happy place involves Channing carrying around me instead of the groceries… does that count?
Omg, I don’t even know what to say! Well, besides THANK YOU SO FRIGGIN MUCH!! You seriously just made my day, Niki! I’m so glad you enjoyed the pancakes! That base took me a while to perfect…and great minds because I’ve totally done the pina colada thing too! http://www.kissmybroccoliblog.com/2013/11/03/pina-colada-protein-pancakes/ It’s been a while since I’ve done any recipe developing but I just want to thank you for reminding me why I use to enjoy it so much…perhaps one of these days this Pancake Queen will dig out her royal spatula and flip again! Until then, I’m sure you’ll do a fine job living out my legacy! 😉
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Hi! I fell in love with this recipe as soon as I saw it and had very high hopes. The only change I made was swapping peaches for strawberries and peach yogurt for strawberry. I’ve made them twice now and both times they’ve turned out extremely dense and difficult to cook all the way through without burning. I added extra milk the second time but same result. Any ideas on what might be going wrong?
I’m so sorry the recipe hasn’t turned out well for you. This is basically the standard recipe I use for all my protein pancakes. It could be the protein powder. I use a whey isolate powder (1/2 of a 30g scoop so 15g for the recipe). Just in case you’re using a vegan protein, I’ve never had any good luck with those. Also, whisking the egg white is important to incorporate more air into the batter. I really hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any more questions. 🙂
I know this post is old, but these look seriously delicious! Peaches are on the shopping list for this evening!
An oldie, but a goodie! Thanks so much, Pete. I’d love to hear what you think of them! 🙂
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Can these be made ahead of time and then freeze without losing the effects of the protein? Can I blend up instant or steel oats for the oat flour?
Of course! I make extra batches and freeze for later all the time. I would think you could use any oats to make the oat flour just be sure that it measures out to 1/3 of a cup. Let me know if you have any other questions. I’d love to hear what you think of them! 🙂
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I was looking for a new recipe for protein pancakes when I came across your blog and these peaches pancakes look so good and then I was reading all you comments and they made me smile. Of course, then I totally forgot I was looking for protein pancake recipes because all I had on my mind was peaches! Ok, so now I really must get back to blending those oats to make my oat flour (and find some peaches). Thanks for sharing such a great recipe.