Vegan Protein Pancakes with a Festive Twist

stack of vegan pancakes with berries on top

Treat yourself to a delicious and nutritious breakfast (or brunch) of vegan protein pancakes this Christmas. We’ve got the ultimate vegan protein pancakes recipe featuring our very own Garden of Life organic plant-based protein powder in a delicious vanilla chai flavour. It’s the perfect vegan breakfast idea that will help you get into the festive spirit!



A high-protein breakfast is a great way to keep your body fuelled throughout the day, as it keeps you feeling fuller for longer. At Garden of Life, our protein powders are made from organic, whole food ingredients that can be traced back to the source, so you can rest assured that you’re putting only the best ingredients into your body. Using our vegan protein powders in your diet is a clean and effective way to nourish your body with the essential protein needed to support the growth and maintenance of muscle, bone and skin.


So, get out your baking apron, put on some Christmas tunes and stir up this festive vegan protein pancake recipe!


Festive Vegan Protein Pancakes Recipe

Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
5 minutes


  • 64 g Garden of Life RAW Organic Vegan Protein Powder – Vanilla Chai flavour
  • 128 g self-raising flour
  • 235 ml unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 vegan egg replacement
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1 tsp Garden of Life RAW Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
  • Optional: cinnamon, nutmeg, blueberries, banana, apples, nuts, maple syrup, icing sugar


  1. Mix flax egg and almond milk in a small bowl.

  2. In a larger bowl, mix the vanilla chai plant-based protein powder, flour and salt until combined. Mix in the wet ingredients.

  3. Feel free to add other festive ingredients, like cinnamon, nutmeg, nuts, apples, cinnamon, etc. Whatever you and your family enjoy!

  4. In a pan or skillet over a low to medium heat, melt some coconut oil to cover the base.

  5. Pour in your batter, wait for it to bubble on the edges (approx. 3 minutes) and flip. Cook for a further 2 minutes.

  6. Add to your plate and top with maple syrup, fruits or a covering of icing sugar for a snowy Christmas scene. Enjoy!

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