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Modern Protein Pumpkin Pancakes


These easy-to-make pumpkin pancakes offer flexible macros to meet your goals with a flavor that you'll crave year-round.






  • - 1 Scoop Caramel Cookie Stix Modern Protein
  • - 1 Teaspoon Baking Powder
  • - Dash Cinnamon
  • - Dash Splenda
  • - 1.5 Servings Generic "Extra Fluffy" Pancake Mix
  • - 1 Serving Sugar-Free Fat-Free Pudding Mix
  • - 1.5 Teaspoons of Pumpkin Spice Seasoning



  • - 1 Whole Egg
  • -1/2 Cup Canned Pumpkin
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  • - 5oz Greek Yogurt
  • - 1 Serving Sugar-Free Fat-Free Pudding Mix



  • - Dash of Sugar-Free Pancake Syrup



1) Combine all dry ingredients in a mixing bowl.

2) Combine wet ingredients with dry and form batter.

3) Heat a skillet to medium power and apply cooking spray. Apply batter and spread out in a circle. Cook for 2 minutes until the batter starts to bubble and flip.

4.) Cook for an additional 1-2 minutes.

5) In a separate bowl combine Greek yogurt and pudding mix to form filling. Layer each pancake with the filling.

6) Stack pancakes, and top with syrup.



Per serving (recipe makes 2 servings)

Calories - 315 kcals

Protein - 27.5g

Carbs -  40g

Fat - 5g


Pumpkin pancakes stack served with whipped cream, pecan nuts and cinnamon. Closeup view, horizontal, toned image Pumpkin pancakes stack served with whipped cream, pecan nuts and cinnamon. Closeup view, horizontal, toned image



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