Sunday, December 2, 2012

Greek Yogurt Pancakes

I have tried so many Greek yogurt pancake recipes and not always with the best success. They're all over Pinterest and always look good...they just don't always taste good. So when I offered to make this recipe that I found on my favorite time-killing website, my husband wasn't so sure he was up for another Pinterest pancake fail.

Good thing this recipe proved him wrong! (and well, me too...because I have to admit, I had my doubts)




These were definitely the best and easiest Greek Yogurt Pancakes that I've found. They were a great consistency and good flavor too...well, I did add a few butterscotch chips and some sugar free syrup to mine. I little bit of naughty with nice!

Here's the recipe:

6 oz of Greek yogurt
1/4 egg beaters
1/2 cup flour
1 tsp baking soda

Stir the yogurt until it's nice and smooth. Add the egg beaters in and mix together. In a separate bowl, mix the flour and baking soda together. Combine them both and stir.

Warning! The batter looks really thick and when you put it on the griddle...don't worry about it. Just cook as you normally would make a pancake. 

I recommend adding butterscotch chips to them because if you haven't had butterscotch pancakes before, you don't know what you're missing!

Update: I've made these SO many times and they just keep getting better. My latest addition...banana!  




Use Banana flavored Greek yogurt and add in 1/2 of a mashed up banana. Sprinkle in a few walnuts and BOOM you've got guilt-free Banana Nut Pancakes!

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