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Hearty Oatmeal & Applesauce Protein Pancakes Recipe

oatmeal applesauce protein pancake recipe

Know what other awesome thing I like about fall (besides pumpkins, of course)?

Apple season!

Recently I had a bunch of homemade applesauce and ripe apples on hand begging for me to make something out of them, so I thought it would be a good chance to make some apple-focused protein pancakes.

The first batch I made was just a little too dry, but the second batch? Totally nailed it!

Moist with just a hint of cinnamoney apple goodness, a single batch of these pancakes is only 300 calories but will keep you full and satisfied for hours (even if you’re always hungry like I am).

Here’s your hearty oatmeal & applesauce protein pancakes recipe:

Ingredients

1 serving vanilla protein powder (this equaled one large scoop for me)
1/4 cup oats
1/3 cup unsweetened applesauce (I used homemade)
2 egg whites
3 Tbsp cottage cheese
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp baking powder

Directions

Blend all of the ingredients together so that there are no more chunks of oatmeal or cottage cheese. Heat a nonstick pan to medium high, then pour the batter into your desired pancake shapes once the pan is hot. I tend to stick to smaller pancakes since they’re much easier to flip.

When small bubbles start forming on the pancakes and they’re lightly browned on one side, flip the pancakes.

Fully cook the other side (be careful not to burn them!), then top with whatever you like—I added a bit of steamed apple and greek yogurt to mine—so good!

oatmeal applesauce protein pancake recipe

oatmeal applesauce protein pancake recipe

oatmeal applesauce protein pancake recipe

oatmeal applesauce protein pancake recipe

Macros (per entire recipe):

Calories: 300
Protein: 40g
Carbohydrates: 26g
Fat: 4g
Fiber: 4.5g

How Many Calories Do 12 Minute Athlete Workouts Burn?

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I can’t tell you how many times a week I get asked how many calories the 12 Minute Athlete HIIT workouts burn.

I always have a hard time responding, because the short answer is: I don’t know.

Not because the calorie burn can’t be measured at all, but because there are so many different factors to consider when trying to figure out how many calories you’re burning.

Things like:

  • How much you weigh (the more you weigh, the more calories you’ll burn)
  • Whether you’re male or female (men will burn more, but a lot of that is due to the fact that they’re just heavier)
  • How hard you work (you’ll burn more the harder you work)
  • What your fitness level is and how efficient your body is at burning fat

And so on.

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