2 Ingredient Protein Crepes

4.86 from 14 votes

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Simple, quick and the perfect way to balance all the coffee we sometimes call breakfast, these 2 ingredient Protein Crepes is the next big breakfast trend.

You have to try these Protein Crepes, they are so easy and so tasty and are jam packed with protein!

What Makes This Recipe Great

Wow time is for sure flying by, this recipe was originally created back in the pre wedding, only eating low fat and counting calorie days; truly not a time in my life that I miss. But I did come up with this amazing high protein, low stress very quick breakfast which satiates all the morning craving.  Back to these 2 Ingredient Protein Crepes, they legit only have 2 ingredients and I can almost bet you have them both in your kitchen.  Egg whites and protein powder mix together and pour onto a sprayed pan to make sure they slide out. Top with any combo imaginable and you have the perfect breakfast to get your day started. This is another recipe that you handy Ninja Bullet blender will be perfect for.

Ingredients

  • Egg Whites- You can either used the carton for or separate your own egg whites from the yolk.
  • Protein Powder- Just make sure its flavored of some kind, I love vanilla.
You have to try these Protein Crepes, they are so easy and so tasty and are jam packed with protein!

Pro Tips

Toppings for Protein Crepes:

  • Cashew butter & banana
  • Peanut butter and a couple chocolate chips
  • Strawberries
  • Raspberries & blueberries with a squeeze of lemon juice
  • Yogurt with a drizzle of honey + fruit
  • Now cut to these beauties!! >>> Protein Crepes!

Frequently Asked Questions

What pan should l use for these crepes?

  • You should only use a non stick pan for this recipe. If you use stainless steal or cast iron it will stick to the pan. These crepes are soo thin that you will need the ease of the non stick pan to make sure the crepe is complete flipped and then removed.

Can I use any protein powder?

  • Yes! Just make sure you actually like the taste of it as that will be the flavor of the crepes. Use whatever you have or the one you always use in your smoothies, even if it’s chocolate and peanut butter (like my fav protein powder Flavcity (my code is REALFOOD15)).
You have to try these Protein Crepes, they are so easy and so tasty and are jam packed with protein!

Nutrition for Protein Crepes

These crepes are so easy and only have 2 ingredients, eggs & Protein powder.  So when we think about the nutrition of this recipe, let’s just say it is very high in protein and low in carbohydrates.  Eggs are a whole protein source and protein powder as well.  You definitely are going to get a hearty serving of protein from this recipe to start out your day in the morning if you eat for breakfast, so adding a fruit filling is a great way to eat these crepes so you are more balanced.  These Protein Crepes would also be a great post work out recovery meal!  Who said you have to eat lots of meat to get enough protein?

High Protein Breakfast

You have to try these Protein Crepes, they are so easy and so tasty and are jam packed with protein!
You have to try these Protein Crepes, they are so easy and so tasty and are jam packed with protein!
4.86 from 14 votes

2 Ingredient Protein Crepes

You have to try these Protein Crepes, they are so easy and so tasty and are jam packed with protein!
Servings: 2 -3 crepes

Ingredients 

  • ½ cup egg whites
  • 1 scoop, 30-38 grams vanilla protein powder

Instructions 

  • Place a non stick skillet over medium high heat. In a bowl combine egg whites and protein powder and whisk until protein powder is dissolved. Scoop about 1/2 of the mixture (if using an 8 inch pan) or 1/3 of the mix if using a smaller pan, into the pan and rotate pan around so the batter spreads thin. Cook until the bottom is lightly browned and flip it over to cook through.
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40 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    Made these with some vanilla extract and some ground cinnamon. So good. 
    They didn’t look as pretty as yours, but I also didn’t notice them getting crunchy like you mentioned. 

    Thank you for sharing. 
    I’m making them again tomorrow to help fuel my marathon. 

  2. Excellent recipe! I filled the pancakes with banana and drizzled a low calorie blueberry syrup over them. Delectable and love that its only 2 ingredients. Great protein treat!

  3. 5 stars
    AMAZING! Great texture, easy and a fun “treat” to replace pancakes. I am thrilled with this recipe and the possibilities; love that it is gluten and dairy free and high protein. I like these even better than the 2 ingredient banana pancake recipe that is popular. Thank you!

  4. 5 stars
    these are great! i always have so much trouble with flipping pancakes and crepes but these were surprisingly easy to flip and came out beautifully! i love how its so low calorie and high protein so you have so much room to choose whatever topping your heart desires. thank you for sharing!

  5. 5 stars
    Made these today for lunch! They were awesome. I don’t have nonstick pans and only use cast iron. The cast iron worked great,  keep your temp to a minimum and I always use no salt butter in my pan. I will be making these again!