Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Protein Pancakes

A simple recipe for pumpkin protein pancakes that is also gluten free and dairy free. Easy enough to whip up in the morning for a nutritious breakfast.

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Protein Pancakes with a drizzle of maple syrup.Pumpkin Protein Pancakes

Good morning all! You may, or may not know that I love my protein pancakes. In fact, if you’ve followed my Instagram for a while now, you’d find that there was a good deal of time last year where they were made literally every day (seriously, every single day). It was to the point that Mike (my trusty taste-tester and honest boyfriend), told me it was getting a little excessive with the protein pancake pictures. He was definitely right, although I had/have no shame. They are that good. 

Anyway, back to the point! It’s the morning, I am ready for breakfast and my morning intake of protein. So clearly I need to incorporate my homemade pumpkin puree, right? Right. So, I give to you, grain-free, dairy-free, and refined-sugar free pumpkin pancakes (with chocolate chips).

A stack of pumpkin protein pancakes.

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Chocolate Chip Protein Pumpkin Pancakes



Prep Time 5 min
Cook Time 7 min
Total Time 12 minutes



Author: Lexi
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Directions

  • 1. In a bowl combine all ingredients
  • 2. Spray large skillet
  • 3. Pour batter and let cook over medium/low heat
  • Recipe Notes

  • Topped with pure maple syrup, chopped walnuts, and additional scattered chocolate chips

  • Nutrition

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    13 comments
    September 29, 2013

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    13 responses to “Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Protein Pancakes”

    1. TaKara says:

      I have made these pancakes twice in the past week and they are simply amazing. My husband isn’t a huge pumpkin fan and even he loved them! Everyone do yourself a favor and give this recipe a try! I promise they won’t dissappoint! 🙂

    2. Love it!!! You are so cute!

    3. Eline says:

      Hi Lexi ! I want to say that I love your website, so creative 🙂 I had a question, what can you use instead of protien powder ?

    4. Lisa says:

      Looks yummy. What are the calories and carb counts per serving?

    5. Kassie says:

      Made these over the holiday break…they were amazing! Can’t wait to make them again.

    6. Lauren says:

      Post the nutrional values please

    7. Kate says:

      very good!! made double the batch for 2 people- enough to feel satisfied. Instead of coconut flour I used multigrain pancake/waffle mix from Trader Joes. Great recipe! definitely rave-worthy!

    8. Melanie says:

      These were awesome! Perfect flavor and the consistency was great! Love your recipes 🙂

    9. Whitney says:

      Can these be frozen? Thanks!!!

    10. Rachel says:

      My never turn out right ): I use Vega vanilla nutr. shake so I feel like it should still be fine but they never stay together nor do they cook right! What might I be doing wrong??

    11. Julie says:

      it seems like something is missing. These didn’t stick together at all!

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