Well, Well, Well! Here we are being forced to lock it all down and stay put for a while. I’m not complaining, just stating facts. We will be at home looking at each other for a little longer, and I couldn’t be more content.
Let me tell you why!
I am a homebody by nature, so staying still isn’t a problem for me. I can keep busy and enjoy a slow pace for once.
Plus, I love spending time with my crew. I feel like I blinked, and my oldest was a senior in high school, and my baby boy was a sophomore. So I am taking this time to soak in all their love and time. Because before I know it, our baby of the bunch will be the only one home with us.
So with this extra time that we have, I am choosing to cook things that I usually wouldn’t. On a typical morning, my kids get up and heat up pancakes, waffles, or pancakes that I make on Sunday nights. I make enough of each item to last until Friday.
When I make pancakes and waffles, I put tons of protein in my batter, or I will buy “Kodiak Protein Cakes.” But I have to wait for those to hit a great sale because typically they are $4 a box.
And that box does not go a long way!
Without further ado, here is my new go-to breakfast.
Items You need
- 2 Cups Kodiak protein cakes
- 4 Eggs
- 1 Cup Butter
- 1/2 Cup Sugar
- 1 Cup Milk
- In a large mixing bowl add 2 cups of double chocolate or peanut butter mix
- Crack 4 eggs in a bowl and scramble well
- Add eggs and milk to the protein mix
- Place the butter into the microwave until slightly melted and then pour it into the mixture.
- Grease your loaf pan and add mixture.
- Cook on 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes
If you don’t have Kodiak protein cake then use whatever pancake mix you have. Then add 4 scoops of your own protein powder and proceed with the remaining ingredients.
Also, feel free to add walnuts, blueberries, pecans, or chocolate chips. There is a variety of options that can be done to keep this breakfast bread fresh and exciting.
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