Super Vegan Fitness Pre-workout Meals Pancakes
Cacao & Choco Chips
High in fibre and with complex carbohydrates, this is the ideal mix for instant pancakes, with 16g of protein per serving, made from whole grains, seeds and fruit. Thinking about pre-workout or snacking, this is a nutritious and quick to prepare option.
HIGH FIBRE CONTENT
We know that sometimes you'd rather spend your time working out than preparing food, but with Super Vegan Pancakes Cacao & Choco Chips you don't have to choose between nutritional quality, taste and texture or convenience. With minimal preparation time, they are perfect for chocolate fans as well as those in need of nutrients.
Plus, they're packed with protein and slow-digesting carbohydrates to help maintain and build muscle mass.
Muscle mass growth
The high protein content contributes to muscle growth and maintenance.
Source of magnesium, it contributes to a normal muscle function and protein synthesis.
High manganese content contributes to normal energy metabolism.
Maintenance of bone health
High phosphorus content contributes to the maintenance of normal bones.
The story behind the ingredients we chose
Pea protein is especially suitable for muscle growth as it contains a high BCAA content. BCAA are three branched-chain amino acids: leucine, isoleucine, and valine, which our body does not produce and that we can only acquire through food or supplementation. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25628520
Pumpkin Seed Protein is a new item in the Super Vegan Protein formulations. Naturally derived from pumpkin seeds – one of the foods with the highest protein content and which has an extremely rich mineral profile, especially owing to its magnesium, iron and zinc content – this protein powder brings together the nutritional benefits of all these substances, providing 60% protein content.
These are excellent sources of plant proteins, fibre (soluble and insoluble) and omega-3 fatty acids (ALA). These seeds are an essential addition to the daily diet, with benefits to the body based on their anti-inflammatory action.
It is gluten-free, being the result of grinding whole grain oatmeal. This naturally gluten-free cereal is not only rich in fibre and an excellent source of protein, but also contains many minerals such as magnesium, iron and phosphorus. Its nutritional profile makes oats the ideal ingredient to form the basis of a breakfast or pre-workout meal. In addition to its complex carbohydrates, which prolong the feeling of satiety, oats contain beta-glucans - polysaccharides that help maintain normal blood cholesterol levels (beneficial effect obtained with a daily intake of 3g of beta-glucans from oats, oat bran, barley bran or mixtures of these beta-glucans).
This is an excellent substitute for refined wheat flour, not only for being naturally gluten-free, but for its functionality and versatility, contributing to a richer and more complete nutritional profile, in combination with whole grain oats. The consumption of whole grains is associated with a lower risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, mainly due to its high fibre and micronutrient content. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27301975/
In addition to its intense flavour and aroma, it contributes with its nutritional power: Cocoa is particularly rich in minerals such as magnesium, potassium, iron and copper (a mineral that helps protect cells against unwanted oxidation) and contains polyphenols (compounds that act as antioxidants in the body) - especially capable of reducing inflammation, lowering blood pressure and regulating lipid metabolism, all mechanisms that correlate the consumption of cocoa (and many other polyphenol-rich vegetables) with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. - Artigos para consulta:The emerging role of flavonoid-rich cocoa and chocolate in cardiovascular health and disease https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16572598/ Cocoa-induced (Theobroma cacao) effects on cardiovascular system: HDL modulation pathways https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30144879/
Only With 9 Ingredients
No nasties Added!
All your questions about Super Vegan Protein.
Super Vegan Pancakes are designed for athletes and sportspeople, being rich in protein and fibre-rich ingredients. We wanted a nutritious and filling breakfast that meets the needs of athletes. Furthermore, our goal with Super Vegan Pancakes was that athletes could focus on their training goals, without having to worry about saving time to ensure a healthy meal. These pancakes are quick and easy to make.
In a bowl, combine the Super Vegan Pancake and the vegetable drink in a 1:2 ratio and mix gently. Cook the batter in a frying pan over a medium heat for 3-4 minutes (turning halfway through, when bubbles form on the surface and the base is golden brown).
1 pancake = 2 tablespoons of mixture (25g)
Our tip: 1 portion = 3 pancakes (75g).
A 1,2kg packet is equivalent to 48 pancakes, so 16 portions of 3 pancakes.