Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 3 mins

I thought it sounded weird but they're actually really good. A little chewy but with sugar free maple syrup it's a high fiber/high protein breakfast.


  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until consistency of pancake batter.
  2. Pour into hot skillet and cook both sides.
  3. Makes about 3 small pancakes.
Most Helpful

An amazing bodybuilding breakfast! I substituted ground flax for the wheat germ and the recipe yielded 4 pancakes. Will definitely be making again.

haven't the slightest March 08, 2010

MissMeagan these are SO delicious. And how healthy they are makes them just that much better. I'm pretty sure I'll be making these from now on. I made them last night, stored in plastic container in fridge, brought some to work this morning, heated up beautifully in toaster oven, and I'm SO glad I made a big batch for the week! Sure hope you're proud of this one :)

JessFontenot June 16, 2009

This is a super-good recipe. My entire family really loved these pancakes and we've decided to make it our regular recipe. It's great because they stick with you and there isn't the usual let down after eating pancakes. I did add some baking soda as someone else had suggested.

sbainter March 16, 2009