RULE 1 R1 WHEY CAKES (360G) PANCAKE MIX
Rule 1 R1 Whey Cakes
Rule 1 R1 Whey Cakes are a whey protein isolate-enhanced pancake & waffle mix. Made with pure whey isolate, egg white protein, and whole grain oat flour, whey cakes™ are pancakes and waffles made better! Ready to eat with the addition of just water + heat, a serving of whey cakes™ packs in up to 6 times more protein, fewer than half the carbs, and up to 80% less sugar than traditional pancake mixes. All-day breakfast just got WHEY better!
- ZERO Gluten
- ZERO Trans Fat
- ZERO Banned Substances
- ZERO Taste Sacrifice
WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE-ENHANCED PANCAKE & WAFFLE MIX
- 13-14 grams of complete protein
- Superior whey isolate & egg white protein sources
- Whole grain, gluten-free oat flour
- Up to 6x more protein
- Up to 80% less sugar
- Easy to prepare – just add water + heat
- Packed with naturally- occurring BCAAs
- Makes great-tasting protein pancakes or waffles
HOW ARE WHEY CAKES™ DIFFERENT THAN OTHER PROTEIN PANCAKES?
Most high-protein pancake mixes are made with wheat flour and wheat protein isolate. Besides containing gluten, wheat is more difficult to digest. Wheat protein is also incomplete, meaning it lacks essential amino acids (EAAs) in the levels necessary for recovery. In contrast, whey cakes™ are made with premium whey protein isolate and egg white protein. Unlike wheat protein, whey and egg are gluten free, highly digestible, and provide exceptional amounts of all nine EAAs including the BCAAs: leucine, isoleucine, and valine.
WHAT DO I NEED TO PREPARE WHEY CAKES?
A non-stick frying pan, a couple ounces of water, a shot of cooking spray, and a heat source (e.g., stove or electric griddle)
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
Delicious warm and fluffy whey protein pancakes or waffles are just minutes away – literally. Mix the batter while the pan is warming and cook for a minute or two on each side. It’s really that simple.
HOW MANY WHEY CAKES™ DOES A SERVING YIELD?
Each batch makes 1 large or 2-3 smaller WHEYCAKES™. For thinner more crepe-like cakes use slightly more than 2 ounces of liquid.
WHAT ARE NET CARBS?
‘Net carbs’ or active carbs include sugar and starch molecules that are readily absorbed and contribute roughly 4 calories per gram. Net carbohydrates are calculated by subtracting indigestible or poorly digested carbohydrates such as dietary fiber and sugar alcohols from the total carbohydrate content. (Net Carbs = Total Carbohydrate – Dietary Fiber – Sugar Alcohols)
**These statements have not been evaluated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Please consult a qualified professional before undertaking any health, fitness or dietary program.