I eat a lot of chicken with different vegetables such as green beans and broccoli. To mix it up, a friend of mine recently recommended Walden Farms‘ sauces. I’ll publish a detailed post about my thoughts later but I mention it because they also sell pancake syrup so I took the opportunity to buy and test some Fairing High Protein Pancake Blend.
It’s basically a powder you mix with equal amount water. One recommended meal consists of 1.5 dl pancake blend and 1.5 dl water which end up being about five pancakes for me with the size you can see on the photo above. The meal has the following macro nutrients:
Protein: 33 g
Fat: 2.5 g
Carbs: 8.5 g
As a kid, I really loved pancakes and it was a razor-thin version with plenty of jam. Obviously this isn’t close to the version we had back home but it’s like making taco with chicken instead of using minced meat. It’s different, but good. The Fairing pancakes are sweet, a bit thicker and have a taste of vanilla. Some customers use milk instead of water but I prefer the water version. Others recommend using milk and a egg but I haven’t tried it.
The most important part is the topping or they’ll be a bit dry. I’m a big fan of using frozen berries such as blueberries – just microwave them for a few seconds. You might also want to try Walden Farms Pancake Syrup which is a bit artificial but a good low calorie alternative.
If you’re interested in trying, you can get Fairing High Protein Pancakes over at Gymgrossisten.