Pancake Bites

My love for Kodiak Cakes is so real. Their pancake/waffle mixes are such a great option for breakfast, no matter how you use them! The protein packed mixes are by far my favorite, but I have tried nearly all of them and they’re all to die for!

These little bites are a delicious way to start your day with a good amount of protein, and they’re made with 4 ingredients … how can you beat that?! If anyone could win an award for worst pancake maker, it’s me, so the fact that you can bake these instead of cooking them on a griddle like normal pancakes, is also a total win for me.

These are a great option for meal prep because they’re so quick and easy! I made 24 of them in less than 15 minutes and that takes care of breakfast for me for the entire week – I eat 4/5 at a time. All it takes is 20 seconds in the microwave when you’re ready to eat them and they’re good to go! Pair these babies up with a hardboiled egg, some fruit, or just by themselves with a side of honey or syrup and you’ve got a delicious, easy, protein packed breakfast!

Side note: you can use whatever Kodiak mix you can find! I’ve done every single flavor and they have all turned out AMAZING!

Ingredients:
Directions:
  1. Combine pancake mix and almond milk/water until thoroughly combined.
  2. Fill mini muffin tins until 2/3 of the way full – they should perfectly fill 24 mini muffin wells or 12 regular sized muffin wells!
  3. Top with chocolate chips.
  4. Stick them in the oven for about 12 minutes.
  5. Let them cool, and enjoy!
Macros (for 1 of 24 pancake bites)
  • 5g carbs
  • 1g fat
  • 3g protein

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