3 Ingredient Kodiak Pancake Recipe

Kodiak pancake mix is a healthier alternative to some of the more processed mixes out there. But it can result in flat, drab-tasting flapjacks if you follow the basic directions on the box.

This easy Kodiak pancake recipe adds two more ingredients to make your pancakes fluffier, more flavorful, and more nutritious. Plus I give you multiple variations to suit your tastes.

Kodiak Pancake Recipe

Kodiak Pancake Mix

The main ingredient in this pancake recipe is Kodiak Cakes “Power Cakes” mix. This particular pancake mix has more protein than most with 14 grams per serving.

In addition, it has no artificial flavors, colors, or ingredients that you normally find in pancake mixes. And it uses whole grain as an alternative to flour. Below is the list of all the ingredients.

Kodiak Pancake Mix Recipe

Kodiak Pancake Mix Ingredients

  • 100% whole grain wheat & oat flour
  • wheat protein isolate
  • brown sugar
  • whey & milk protein concentrate
  • buttermilk powder
  • leavening
  • sea salt

Note: May also contain trace amounts of egg, peanut, soy, and tree nuts

Kodiak Pancake Mix Ingredients

Kodiak Pancake Mix Nutrition

A serving size for Kodiak pancake mix is 1/2 cup and makes about 3, 4″ diameter pancakes. If you follow the basic instructions on the box the nutrition information is as follows:

  • 190 calories
  • 2 grams fat
  • 30 grams carbs
  • 14 grams protein

The extra protein makes the nutrition better than your average pancake mix. And it has less sodium than most brands, including other healthy options like Krusteaz Protein Pancake Mix.

But I’m going to show you how to make Kodiak pancakes even more nutritious by adding protein powder and Greek yogurt!

Kodiak Pancake Mix Nutrition

High Protein Kodiak Pancake Recipe

This recipe will make your Kodiak cakes fluffier and more nutrient-dense than the standard instructions on the box.


Yield: About 8, 4″ pancakes

Kodiak Pancake Recipe Ingredients
  • Mix the pancake mix, protein powder, and Greek yogurt in a medium bowl before slowly stirring in the water. Note: you may need more or less water if you use a different protein powder. The batter should be somewhat viscous, not too runny.
  • Stir the ingredients with a fork or whisk until everything is blended together and there are minimal chunks. But don’t overmix the batter or it will start to get thin!
  • Heat a pan or griddle to medium-high heat and coat with non-stick cooking spray or a small amount of butter or oil to prevent the batter from sticking. You may need to play with your cooktop or stovetop to find the ideal temperature setting. Too low and the pancakes won’t bubble, too high and they’ll blacken.
  • Slowly pour 1/4 cup of batter onto the hot surface. The slower the better because this will make a thicker, fluffier pancake. Pour into the center of the circle to make it symmetrical.
  • Cook for about 2 minutes until bubbles start to form on top. The edges should be golden brown and you should be able to easily slide a spatula underneath.
  • Flip the pancake and cook for another 1-2 minutes until cooked all the way through and golden brown on both sides. Remove the finished pancake and repeat the process until the batter is gone. You can do multiple pancakes at once if your cooking surface is large enough.
  • Top pancakes with a small amount of butter (optional) and maple syrup or agave syrup. For this recipe, I recommend about 1 tbsp of syrup per 2 pancakes.
Nutrition (Per 2 Pancakes):
  • 347 calories
  • 7 grams fat
  • 52 grams carbs (48 net carbs)
  • 20 grams protein
  • 4 grams fiber
  • 255 mg sodium
Kodiak Pancake Recipe

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In the 3rd image below, you can see the nutrition facts are identical to the recipe above. Although I believe Icon Meals uses Krusteaz pancake mix, which is why the sodium is a little higher.

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Alternative Kodiak Pancake Recipe

If you don’t want to use Greek yogurt, or if you just don’t have it in your kitchen, here’s a recipe variation that provides similar nutrition and macros.

Milk And Eggs Kodiak Pancake Recipe

For this recipe, you’ll use milk and eggs in place of water and Greek yogurt.


Yield: About 8, 4″ pancakes


Follow the directions in the recipe above but replace the Greek yogurt with milk and eggs. Cooking heat and time will be similar.

Nutrition (Per 2 Pancakes):
  • 316 calories
  • 5 grams fat
  • 51 grams carbs (48 net carbs)
  • 20 grams protein
  • 3 grams fiber
  • 290 mg sodium

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Other Flavor Options

If the Buttermilk flavor is still too plain, Kodiak has several more flavors to spice up your protein pancakes. Some of the flavors include Strawberry Chocolate Chip, Almond Poppy Seed, Peanut Butter, Cinnamon Oat, Dark Chocolate, and Chocolate Chip.

Each of these flavors has very similar nutrition and macros. So all you have to do is swap out the mix in the recipes above. Then follow the instructions as they are written.

Kodiak Pancake Recipe Alternate Flavors


This Kodiak pancake recipe will make your flapjacks a little less flat while adding flavor and nutrients. Perfect for breakfast on an active day or a pre-workout meal.

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