Carob Chip Coconut Protein Pancakes (single serve/high protein/no sugar added)

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These carob chip coconut protein pancakes are great because they have no sugar added but are loaded with natural sweetness from coconut flour and stevia. Instead of carob chips, you can also you chocolate chips!

Carob Chip Coconut Protein Pancakes - no sugar added

Hello everyone! First off… I wish everyone a marvelous Monday! I haven’t participated in last week’s MIMM, since I’ve been busy and stuff but I’m back with full force now and a new recipe just for you! Remember how I said I was on a protein pancake kick? I wasn’t lying. I’ve got yet another baby for you today!

I’ve been totally loving coconut flour for the past month. I’ve been loving it so much that I’m almost all out! This is not good. Especially since college is starting back up and I’m starting to be a little bit on the broke side. Uh oh. I am almost all out of the protein powder too, and I know I will freak out as soon as I use my last scoop – it’s the one staple I NEED in my life since I don’t eat very much meat at all, protein powder and eggs are my main way of getting protein in my diet. And they are essential since I’m leading a moderately high protein diet at 30-35% of daily calories. Or trying to anyway. It’s been working so far by the way, I’ve lost some weight since I started counting my macros, even though my calorie allowance is higher than it was before! It’s marvelous!

I’ve made these pancakes with chocolate chunks also and I’ve noticed that the chunks don’t melt as unappealingly as carob chips do. You can easily use chocolate chips in place of carob, but I think the carob’s flavor works better with the combo of all of these ingredients and flavors here. It’s subtly sweet and it pairs deliciously with the peanut butter coffee glaze. Yes, I am also obsessed with PB2 and I need to calm down, haha.

Nutritional Stats (for whole recipe): 330 calories, 13g fat, 25g carbs, 29g protein

Carob Chip Coconut Protein Pancakes

by Kamila Gornia

Ingredients (serves 1)

For Pancake

  • 1/2 tsp coconut oil
  • 2 Tbsp coconut flour (this)
  • 1/2 scoop chocolate whey protein powder (this)
  • 1 Tbsp reduced-fat shredded coconut
  • 1/4 tsp baking powder
  • 5 Tbsp liquid egg whites
  • 2 Tbsp unsweetened vanilla almond milk
  • 1/2 Tbsp unsweetened applesauce
  • 2 Tbsp vegan carob chips (these)

For the sauce

  • 2 Tbsp PB2
  • 1 tsp Inka (or instant coffee)
  • 3 Tbsp water


For pancake

Grease pan with coconut oil and let heat on medium/low heat. While the pan is warming up, combine the dry ingredients in a bowl. Add egg whites and combine. The coconut flour will absorb a lot of the liquid. Add almond milk and applesauce and combine again. When the pan is heated, put the mixture on the pan. Sprinkle with carob chips. Cook for 5-8 minutes or until the pancake moves around the pan more freely. Flip and cook for a few more minutes. Serve with sauce. Top with more shredded coconut and carob chips.

For sauce

Combine PB2 and Inka in a small bowl, add water and stir until all of the dry ingredient has dissolved and combined to create a nice sauce. Stick in the freezer while the pancakes are cooking so that the mixture thickens up a tiny bit.

Want more Protein Pancake recipes?

Check out these protein pancake recipes which are also mostly single serve and have no sugar added – yay:

PB&J Protein Pancakes

Pineapple & Coconut Tropical Protein Pancakes

Chocolate Chip Protein Pan-Cookie (gluten free!)

Peppermint Mocha Protein Pancakes (!!) a holiday breakfast that

Peppermint Mocha Protein Pancakes (pictured above)

Mocha Protein Pancakes

Cacao Protein Pancakes

Cacao Protein Pancake with Macqui Berry Yogurt Sauce (pictured above)

Oatmeal Protein Pancakes with a hint of chocolate

Chocolate Chip Cookie Protein Pancakes

Kammie wants to know:

  • Have you ever had carob before?
  • How often do you eat pancakes?

Let me know in the comments below!

Last Updated on March 27, 2019

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  1. Kammie. I wantttttttt this immediately. Holy crap, girl.

  2. YUM!!!!!!!! I am absolutely obsessed with PANCAKES!!! I need to make this as my next sunday pancake 🙂

  3. Wow, I have coconut flour in my pantry that I ignore, but I may just celebrate it’s existence with this recipe!

  4. Looks fabulous and you can never have too much pb2! YUM!

    Happy Monday beauty! I hope you have a fabulous week! <3

  5. Kammie these look incredible!!! I cannot wait to make these! You are awesome!

  6. This looks amazing! And *psst*…no one should ever calm down about PB2 😉

  7. Wow this looks so yummy! Congrats on your progress since macro counting. I too have found since I have actually increased my cals but just cleaned up my eating I am too losing weight!
    xo Emilie @ Hungry Delights

    • that’s awesome! who would have thought, right? I guess what you eat really does matter after all – plus I don’t feel like I’m depriving myself which is just the icing on the cake! it made me embrace healthy fats too.

  8. oh sweetie this looks amazing!

  9. The combination is marvelous…I love the sauce, will perk me up up to start my week just right. This is the best thing I have seen this Monday morning =)
    Anyhoo, we have been keeping an eye out for unique and interesting bloggers with phenomenal photography skills, and yours caught our attention! We have just recently launched a food photo submission gallery that allows you to showcase all your great work and share it with all of our visitors. We’d be proud to have your work as part of our growing collection to continue to have a larger reach and further inspire all fellow food lovers out there!

  10. Love these healthy pancakes ~ must try!

  11. I finally caved and bought some coconut flour. I love it too! It’s amazing how much liquid it can absorb!

  12. so healthy & tasty. the perfect portion size too!

  13. love the look of these carob chip loaded pancakes. pb, coconut and chocolate. perfect!

  14. Peanut flour and instant coffee? And with the roasted flavor of carob? Girl, you are in fact a GENIUS! I have been seriously loving on the coconut flour lately…and I just realized the other day that MY supply is getting dangerously low too! :-0

  15. This looks healthy. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday Linky Party. Please remember to come back and vote on sunday.

  16. This looks amazing! Wish I had it for breakfast this AM…like dessert and breakfast, wonderful idea :)!

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  19. Kammie, I would like one of these for breakfast please!!!! Looks scrumptious! Thank you for sharing your wonderful creations at Fit and Fab!

  20. U add coconut oil to pancake mixture?

  21. How many grams of protein powder did you use?
    (I don’t know how big the scoop is that you’re using)

  22. These look amazing and simple, as a single guy I appreciate you creating this recipe for a single person. Makes this whole cooking thing much easier, you the BOMB!

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