Strawberry Shortcake Sheet Pan Protein Pancakes

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The title of this recipe is a mouthful, I know. The recipe itself is so fun and is delicious though. We made this at the retreat last summer and it was a hit. It’s easy to throw together for a crowd, your family, or even for meal prep. I highly recommend you add the ingredients for this strawberry shortcake sheet pan protein pancake recipe to your grocery order right now!

I always like to remind people that if you don’t have the same exact brand of ingredients as I do, you can still make this recipe. At the end of the day, using a slightly different brand of protein or pancake mix isn’t going wreck havoc on all the progress you’re making while tracking your macros. In fact, I highly recommend that you don’t sweat the small things.

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This recipe calls for the original Kodiak Cake Pancake mix. I’d like to think this is a very common product these days. I get mine at Costco but I see it at Target and plenty of other grocery stores. You can also find it on Amazon here.

I don’t have pancakes often, but when I do I like to top them with a little bit of the zero calorie Walden Farms pancake syrup. I know, it’s basically just chemicals, but like I said, it’s not often. A little bit of whip cream and fresh fruit goes a long way too.

I use Clean Simple Eats Vanilla protein powder in this one. They are my absolute favorite protein. You can use out discount code: stayfitmom and save 10% on your order. But again, if you already have some vanilla protein powder lying around, use that and don’t sweat it.

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  1. Can you mix this a day ahead and refrigerate until ready to bake? Or is baking and reheating better if you don’t have time to bake in the morning? Thx!

    1. Hi Whitney! I don’t see why you couldn’t mix the day before. I haven’t tried it with this particular recipes but I’ve put pancake mix in the fridge before and it was fine.