Greek Yogurt Pancakes

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This protein packed breakfast is SO easy, filling and best of all, YUMMY! 

Protein packed pancake

 

What’s the problem with pancakes in the morning? They lack any substance, give you a carb high, and then leave you feeling sluggish and tired a couple hours later. 

 

With these Greek Yogurt Pancakes, you don’t  have to worry about those nasty side effects! This protein packed breakfast is SO easy, filling and best of all, YUMMY

 

Ingredients for Greek Yogurt Pancakes

Here is what you need: Makes 4-5 medium pancakes

I did blueberry pancakes, but feel free to substitute with your favorite flavor, strawberry, banana, peach, pineapple.. the possibilities are endless. Just change up the yogurt flavor and fresh fruit!

 

6 oz of Greek yogurt ( I used Chobani Blueberry)

1 TBSP of honey

1 egg

1 tsp of baking soda

1/2 cup All Purpose Flour

1/2 cup fresh blueberries (or whatever fruit you would like)

 

1. First mix together yogurt, honey and egg. Once combined, slowly mix in flour and baking soda. 

Greek Yogurt Pancakes

 

2. Preheat a large pan or a griddle on medium heat. Scoop about 1/4 a cup of batter onto cooking surface. Because the batter is so thick you will need to take a spoon and smooth out batter to form an even circle.  

 

3. Next, place fresh fruit on pancake and cook for 2 minutes or until golden brown. Flip and cook for another 1-2 minutes until that side is also golden brown. 

How to make Greek Yogurt Pancakes

Enjoying Greek Yogurt Pancakes

We drizzled our favorite Trader Joe’s organic agave syrup on these bad boys and chowed down!  A perfect breakfast to start the day!

Hope you enjoy these Greek Yogurt Pancakes!

XO Corey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greek Yogurt Pancakes

 

 

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4.6 from 12 reviews
Greek Yogurt Pancakes
 
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I did blueberry pancakes, but feel free to substitute with your favorite flavor, strawberry, banana, peach, pineapple.. the possibilities are endless. Just change up the yogurt flavor and fresh fruit!
Serves: 3-4
Ingredients
  • 6 oz of Greek yogurt ( I used Chobani Blueberry)
  • 1 TBSP of honey
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp of baking soda
  • ½ cup All Purpose Flour
  • ½ cup fresh blueberries (or whatever fruit you would like)
Instructions
  1. First mix together yogurt, honey and egg. Once combined, slowly mix in flour and baking soda.
  2. Preheat a large pan or a griddle on medium heat. Scoop about ¼ a cup of batter onto cooking surface.Because the batter is so thick you will need to take a spoon and smooth out batter to form an even circle.
  3. Next, place fresh fruit on pancake and cook for 2 minutes or until golden brown. Flip and cook for another 1-2 minutes until that side is also golden brown.

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. says

    These look delicious! Obviously, since it’s Friday we’re already starting to think about breakfast this weekend. Guess what we’re making!? Pancakes. Have a great day!

    Amy
    @Chobani

    • Corey says

      Thanks Amy! I’m excited to try them out with the Chobani banana yogurt this weekend! What flavor do you think you’ll make?

  2. Jacey Hough says

    Wow- these look amazing! I’m drooling thinking about banana yogurt with blueberries :) I wonder, can I use 1/4 c of wheat flour + 1/4 of AP flour?

  3. monica mcbride says

    Fantastic! i use Greek Yogurt as a staple and have been trying out new recipes for healthy pancakes! This one is a keeper!

  4. Heather says

    We are eating these now! My 3 year old, 10 month old, husband and I LOVE THEM. The only problem – I should have doubled it! They are THAT good. Easy too! I used Strawberry, since that was the yogurt I had. So good. I had one bigger one and it was very filling. I can’t wait to try other flavors. Thanks SO much for sharing your awesome recipes. XO heather, mason and griffin!

  5. Gina says

    I have recently gone on a low-fat, low-sugar diet — and these pancakes have made it more bearable! They are so easy to make, and everyone in my family loves them. I substitute whole wheat flour and a bit of wheat bran and ground flax seed, and it works great.

  6. JDavis says

    Just made these tonight for a special breakfast for dinner treat. I used Dannon Oikos Blackberry yogurt (I prefer Dannon to Chobani) and added a splash of vanilla. I bought a bunch of champagne mangoes that were on sale 10 for $10 at our grocery store, and diced up some mango to put in the pancakes. I am never ever making a box pancake mix again, I absolutely loved these and they made the perfect amount for me and my boyfriend. I’m watching what I eat so I only had 3 but I probably could have eaten the whole batch myself, he ate the rest and he’s not always a “sweet” breakfast person. I loved the Greek yogurt in these for some extra protein! Next time, I am planning on switching to whole wheat flour and substituting some freshly ground flax seed for an even healthier option. The hardest part will be deciding what combination of yogurt and fruit to try next… Maybe pomegranate with diced cherries? The options are really endless! Thanks so much for the awesome recipe!

    • Corey says

      OMG! Your pancake combo sounds AMAZING! I am so happy you loved these :) Great idea using the flax seed! I have also made these with some chia seed :) YUM! Let me know what other flavor combos you try out.

      • JDavis says

        We made mango yogurt pancakes with strawberries in the batter and with sliced strawberries and kiwis on top over the weekend. Loved them! The ground flax was a great addition, will try chia next time I get a chance to stop at Whole Foods to pick some up!

  7. Da'Nell says

    I love this recipe I can’t wait to try these out!!! Do you know if these would freeze well? And what would be the reheating option? I am stocking up on healthy options good for freezing and eating on the go. Once baby #2 comes along I want to snack on lots of easy healthy meals to keep up with DD, breast feeding, and work LOL :)

    • Corey says

      Yes I have made a these to freeze, but have used them the following week. My family always begs for them, so they never last long in our freezer :)

  8. Melissa says

    I am substituting the flour for oatmeal flour so I hope they come out okay… I will let you know if it does. Thanks for the recipe!!!

  9. Tracy says

    AWESOME! I just made these with plain yogurt and blueberries. I wanted to eat the whole batch but held myself back to 2/3… Kinda glad hubby doesn’t like blueberries :) thanks for the recipe! Will definitely be making again to freeze since I just bought a huge thing of berries on sale.

  10. soni says

    Hi
    I just tried this recipe.I used Biobest probiotic plain yoghurt,added some hemp hearts plus the rest of the ingredients and had simply the best tasting and healthful pancakes.Thank you for this wonderful recipe.

  11. soni says

    I see only 2 stars showing.I did click on 5 so I do not know what happened.Thanks again for a delicious,healthful recipe.

  12. Beth says

    These were good! I tripled the recipe so that I’d have enough for everyone, and used plain Greek yogurt. If you do more than the stated recipe, I HIGHLY recommend whisking/mixing together your dry ingredients (flour and baking soda) before putting them in with the wet. I ended up with a few pockets of baking soda and it was a bit off-putting. Here is the recipe tripled, if anyone needs it:
    2 1/4 cups yogurt
    3 TBS honey
    3 eggs
    1 TBS baking soda
    1 1/2 cups flour

  13. says

    Made this today delish! Used vanilla Greek nonfat yogurt. Used sugar free ihop sauce and I also made blueberry sauce with lemon using truvia sweetener on the stove. Delish and low fat! Hit the spot.

  14. Katharina says

    These are hand down the BEST pancakes I ever made!!!! I usually just make them with plain greek yoghurt and put fresh fruit on top omce they’re done and they are incredible! Super fluffy and delcious and not even bad for you at all! You guys all need to TRY THEM!!!
    Thanks for the amazing recipe!

  15. Miriam B. says

    I LOVE finding new recipes that my picky kids really enjoy and this is certainly one of them! Thank you!

  16. Angela says

    Everyone should definitely try this. I used chobani lemon yogurt, skipped out on the honey and subbed for whole wheat flour. I’ve tried so many healthy pancake recipes and this one is like a 100 star.

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