Banana Walnut Protein Power Bowl

Banana Walnut Protein Power Bowl

Love cake?  Love banana & walnuts?  Want one in less than 2 min? Me too!!  This bowl cake is so delicious it’s perfect for breakfast or dessert!  It’s a wonderful, warm, cinnamon roll tasting comfort cake that’s a generous portion and is sure to fill you up!!  And of course the bananas and walnuts are the “cherry” on top!

A little trick I like to do is to premix all the dry ingredients in sandwich baggies so if you wake up and want this for breakfast, all you have to do is mix up the 3 wet ingredients, toss the dry bag of ingredients in a bowl, mix and microwave!!  Anything that saves some time is a win!!

Give this bowl cake a shot. I promise you will love every last bite!!

I included the nutrition info with and without the topping 🙂


1 scoop 1stPhorm Cinnamon Cookie Batter protein

1/4t ground cinnamon

1/2t baking powder

1T coconut flour

2T stevia based sweetner

3T liquid egg whites

1/4C unsweetened almond OR coconut milk

1T unsweetened applesauce


1/2 of a small banana sliced

1T chopped walnuts

2T Walden Farms Pancake syrup


In a cereal bowl- mix together all dry ingredients.

In a mug, mix together all wet ingredients.

Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and whisk together until smooth.

Next, Lightly spray a microwave safe bowl with nonstick cooking spray.  Then pour in the cake batter.

Microwave for 1:15sec. Use caution when removing bowl from microwave.  It may be hot.

Add banana slices, choppped walnuts and syrup to the top and enjoy this warm delicious treat!

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 bowl
Calories 280 / 206 without topping
Fat 8g / 5g without topping
Carbohydrate 27g / 13g without toppping
Sugar 12g / 5g without topping
Protein 30g / 29g without topping

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4 thoughts on “Banana Walnut Protein Power Bowl

  1. Can this be baked in a toaster oven?

    Also, is the stevia amount for powered stevia? I use the liquid drops.

    Thank you!!

    1. Yes. It is for powdered stevia. I have not tried it in a toaster over (I don’t own one) you could absolutely try it!! If you do, please share the results. 🙂

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