Arbonne Vanilla Protein Pancakes

Made with just a handful of ingredients, and best of all, you can make these in a blender for easy clean-up.  I personally love the flavor of the plant-based Arbonne vanilla protein powder, but really any vanilla protein will work.


Sometimes you just want a pancake, am I right?!  

If you're like me and love the Arbonne protein powders, then this ones for you.  You can make this with any protein powder, but I personally think the flavor, texture and aftertaste of the Arbonne plant-based protein powders is the best.  

I've had some try this recipe with their Cinnamon Bun Arbonne protein powder mixed with the Vanilla and had rave reviews of it, so if you have that flavor too, try it out!

These do take a bit longer to cook than most other pancakes, and you want them to be on the thinner side.  


Absolutely!  This recipe makes about 9 pancakes or 3 servings of 3 pancakes.  Since this is a "fitness" or "healthy" kind of breakfast that you might want to try, here are the nutritional facts for 3 pancakes without the syrup.

This was made using the Very Well Fit Recipe Calculator, which is a super helpful tool for knowing what kind of calories, protein and fat are in your homemade meals.


I hope you enjoy this delicious recipe, and for more Arbonne approved recipes, check out my recipe section.

Arbonne Vanilla Protein Pancakes

Healthy, fluffy protein pancakes using Arbonne vanilla protein, or your personal favorite vanilla protein. Make these in a blender for easy cleanup.
Servings: 9 pancakes


  • 1 C oats
  • 1 heaping scoop vanilla protein powder Arbonne or other
  • 1 very ripe banana
  • 1 1/4 C unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 TBS coconut oil melted + more for cooking
  • 1 TBS almond flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder


  • In a blender, combine all ingredients until it becomes creamy.
  • Heat a large pan with coconut oil and pour about 1/4 C batter down for each pancake. These take a little longer to cook (about 5-8 minutes per side, and should be thin)
  • Serve with a small drizzle of agave or maple syrup and fresh blueberries.
Lauren Collins

I'm a health coach and plant-based recipe creator from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. In a few short words, I love to cook, eat, travel, play around with food photography and most of all, I love to help people live healthier and happier lives. A lot of the recipes you see here are adapted from my Mom, or from just throwing a few ingredients together until something magical happens.

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Charlotte - March 8, 2021

There is no liquid in this recipe- I had to add a non dairy milk to get it to stick

    Lauren Collins - March 8, 2021

    Charlotte thank you for pointing that out! Yikes – that is a glitch in my software for creating the recipe image – I have fixed the problem, and you should definitely add 1 1/4 C unsweetened almond milk to the mix 😉

    Thank you again for pointing that out!

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