Extra fluffy Japanese soufflé pancakes with lots of protein


Extra fluffy pancakes that melt on your tongue

Just dreamed so beautifully and suddenly the alarm clock rings and pulls you out of your dreams. So that the lightness of the night is not completely forgotten at breakfast, we have a fantastic pancakes recipe for you: Japanese soufflé pancakes. Sweet and extra fluffy, they literally melt on your tongue. And so that we don’t miss the rhubarb season with all the pancakes, we have our soufflé pancakes with rhubarb, sour cherries and a fresh lemon cream. The Japanese pancakes can also help you with your training goals, because our soufflé pancakes recipe has extra protein. We love it!


  • Cut the rhubarb into long strips and simmer together with the Flavor Kick and a little water for 2-3 minutes.

  • Combine all the ingredients for the protein cream in a small bowl and set aside.

  • Ingredients:

    2  Owner, 35 g

    Protein Pancakes, 0,5 TL Baking powder, 25 ml Sojadrink, A pinch of salt

    For the soufflé pancakes: separate the eggs. Put the egg whites in the refrigerator. Meanwhile, beat the egg yolks until frothy. Add protein pancakes, baking powder, soy drink and a pinch of salt. Mix well.

  • Beat the chilled egg whites until stiff. Meanwhile, slowly add the stevia powder. Whip the whole thing until a firm egg white is formed.

  • Slowly and carefully fold the egg whites into the pancakes mixture.

  • Heat coconut oil in a hot pan.

  • Put a spoonful of the batter in the pan and sauté over medium heat. Fry the three soufflé pancakes together in a pan so that they are ready to serve at the same time. As soon as the dough has risen a little, use a spoon to spread the remaining dough over the pancakes. Put 2 tablespoons of water in one corner of the pan. Cover the pan with a lid. Turn the soufflé pancakes after 3-4 minutes. Put another 2 tablespoons of water in the pan and cover it with the lid. Bake the pancakes for another 3-4 minutes.

  • Ingredients:

    30 g Sour cherries

    Arrange the finished soufflé pancakes as desired and serve with the protein cream, sour cherries and rhubarb.

  • Good Appetite!

Soufflé Pancakes Variations

You can of course vary the toppings for your soufflé pancakes. Conjure up different flavors using seasonal fruits. We also recommend all chocolate lovers to add a teaspoon of Flavor Kick chocolate flavor to the batter. Not enough chocolate yet? Then top your small, sweet and fluffy Japanese pancakes with our Hazelnut Protein Cream – a real treat!

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