Greek Yoghurt Healthy Pancake Recipe2013-09-06
- Servings : 1
- Prep Time : 5m
- Cook Time : 10m
- Ready In : 15m
If you’re after a super quick and simple yoghurt based pancake recipe that gives you the most delicious, high protein and healthy pancakes (where you can eat an entire batch of them for breakfast guilt free) then look no further!
I decided to use Greek Yoghurt in this recipe as I wanted to create a pancake stack that was naturally high in protein (and didn’t use protein powder or bananas like in my American Style Protein Pancake Recipe) and that tasted DELICIOUS.
Total Greek Yoghurt:
- Is 100% natural – with no additives or preservatives
- Contains only milk & live culture – It takes 4 litres of milk to make 1 litre of Total Greek Yoghurt!
- Has a high amount of protein per 100g - Total 0% Greek Yoghurt has 10.3g protein per 100g!
- Comes in either 0%, 2% and Classic 5% fat options
- Is made authentically in Greece
- Is ideal for making pancakes with or as a low calorie replacement for mayonnaise, cream and creme fraiche
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Nutritional stats provided are for the entire pancake recipe – sharing them is up to you
- 2 eggs
- 40g oat or buckwheat flour*
- 100g Greek Yoghurt**
- Extras: 1-2 tsp of Stevia, Cinnamon, Honey, Xylitol or Vanilla***
- Oil for cooking****
*To make oat flour simply blend rolled oats (porridge oats) in a blender for a few seconds. I make a big batch of oat flour at once and store it in an air-tight jar! Or you could use Ultra Fine Scottish Oats (Ground Oats). You can get buckwheat flour from Holland & Barrett.
**I used 0% fat Total Greek yoghurt
***You can get stevia & xylitol, which are healthier alternatives to sugar, from Holland & Barrett
Add your eggs, oat flour, greek yoghurt and extra flavours (I used 1 tsp of vanilla & 2 tsp of stevia, which is a natural sweetener) to a bowl
Whisk until light & fluffy - I used an electric whisk
Heat your pan on a medium heat, with your oil, and pour in small amounts of the mixture (to create my pancake stack I cooked 2 small pancakes in the pan for the base and then cooked batches of 3 pancakes per pan for the rest of the pancake stack!)
Cook each pancake for 2-3 minutes before flipping with a spatula and placing on a plate once cooked - repeat until you have none of the mixture left
Stack your pancakes in a pile (my choice) and top with your favourite toppings! I chose more Greek yoghurt, banana, frozen berries, cinnamon & cacao nibs*!
*Cacao nibs are raw chocolate (the healthier way to enjoy chocolate!)
P.S. The Giveaway is now closed, sorry!
With a scoop of chocolate protein powder too!
With added protein powder!
With added protein powder!
*This blog post has been sponsored by Fage. I do not promote this company more than others. This blog post contains affiliate links. Please read my disclaimer page for more information.
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