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A Healthy, Protein-Rich Option for the Queen's Pancakes

I was on TikTok (Yes, I scroll TikTok sometimes) and I saw a big trend that everyone was making the Queen’s pancake recipe for breakfast.

I immediately thought, oh that's nice, but wait- people aren’t actually eating that all the time are they? Here’s the thing, the Queen loved her pancakes, but she ate them in such a small portion so, I assume, she didn’t spike her blood sugar first thing in the morning.

I see people on Tik Tok eating huge portions- probably because they taste fantastic- but they never show the flip-side of how you feel 30 minutes later after scarfing down straight carbs and sugar for their first meal of the day.

I just thought, hey, if you’re like me and are watching these videos getting a craving for some pancakes, maybe I’ll share my healthier spin on them.

Here’s my healthier spin on The Queen’s Pancakes: 1/2 cup almond flour (I used Bob's Redmill Fine Milled Almond flour).

1 Cup of Oat Flour (Bulk barn has a great brand called only oats)

1/4 cup of coconut flour or 1 scoop of protein powder (I use Designs for health Paleo Protein).

1/4 cup of Nutracleanse.

1 tsp baking powder

1tsp baking soda

1 tbsp apple cider vinegar

3/4 cup Non-dairy Milk

2 eggs (optional add 1-2 egg whites)

1 small banana or 1/2 a large one. (optional)

Cinnamon to taste


Heat your fry pan to medium heat, adding 2 tsps of Avocado oil.

In a medium bowl combine almond flour, oat flour, protein powder or coconut flour, Nutracleanse, baking powder, and baking soda

In a measuring cup mix together non-dairy milk and 1 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar and let sit for 5 mins. Milk should sour to give your pancakes more rise.

Mash your banana in a small mixing bowl.

add eggs, eggs whites, and milk

Slowly add your wet ingredients to your dry ingredients and mix until combined.

Use a 1/4 cup measure to spoon pancake mix into the pan, wait for the bubbles to surface and flip.

Plate with blueberries, raspberries or yogurt and additional cinnamon and/or 1 tbsp maple syrup.


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Marissa Sylvester Registered Holistic Nutritionist

Milton, ON

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