Healthy Berry Cobbler Protein Pancake Bowl? Yes, please!! I have been loving making these pancake bowls and the berry cobbler variation is so perfect for the summer that it’s probably my current favorite. You can use fresh or frozen berries and either way it tastes amazing.
I still add zucchini to a lot of the protein pancake bowls I make because they give the pancake bowl a ton of volume but don’t take away from the flavor of it. At least I don’t think so! I also think it gives it a beautiful color that compliments the berries and makes it even more fun to eat.
These pancake bowls take about 5 minutes from start to finish and require less clean up than making pancakes. Less clean up, less, dishes, and less time are pretty much all of my favorite things, especially in the morning when I’m usually running around like a chicken with my head cut off.
I normally eat these straight out of the bowl that I microwave them in because that’s usually all I have time for but I like making these even when I have a slow and relaxing morning. I cut this one in layers to show how beautiful it looks but no matter how you eat it, it’s delicious.
You can use any “just add water” pancake mix, it doesn’t have to be a protein variation. Aunt Jemima and Krusteaz are some that are easy to find in any grocery store. Not sure which one to choose? I found a great product review on Good Housekeeping to help you make your decision.Print
Berry Cobbler Protein Pancake Bowl
Easy, delicious, protein packed pancakes in under 5 minutes!
- Prep Time: 5
- Cook Time: 2.5
- Total Time: -26112476.8 minute
- Yield: 1 Serving 1x
- Category: Breakfast
- Method: Microwave
- Cuisine: American
20 g Trader Joe’s Protein Pancake Mix
20 g Pamcakes Protein Pancake Mix
salt to taste
¼ tsp vanilla extract
Sweet Drops to taste (I use just a small squeeze)
100 g fresh or frozen berries
100 g shredded zucchini, drained (optional)
¼ th cup water
- Mix the Trader Joe’s Protein Pancake Mix, Pamcakes Protein Pancake Mix, and salt until well incorporated.
- Add water, Sweet Drops, and vanilla extract and mix again until it forms a thick batter.
- Add zucchini (if using) and berries and mix again trying to coat all the berries and zucchini with pancake batter.
- Microwave for about 2 1/2 minutes on high, depending on your microwave.
- Let cool about a minute, top with your favorite syrup, more berries, or whipped cream and enjoy!
Any instant or “just add water” pancake mix can be used in place of the protein pancake blend. I also find that almost any increments of berries or zucchini work well and add a good amount of volume to the bowl.
- Serving Size: 1 Pancake Bowl
- Calories: 180
- Sugar: 7
- Sodium: 169.7
- Fat: 3
- Saturated Fat: 1.3
- Unsaturated Fat: 0
- Trans Fat: 0
- Carbohydrates: 24.7
- Fiber: 5.3
- Protein: 11.5
- Cholesterol: 5
Keywords: breakfast, healthy, protein, pancake, pancake bowl, microwave, meal prep, dessert
Check out this fun video I made that shows just how easy it is to make.
Here is the base recipe which I typically use. I can take this recipe pretty much anywhere from here. You can always omit the zucchini! Make your own creations and tag me in your recipes!
The base recipe for the pancake bowl can be found here!