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yogurt Pancakes

Updated on January 7, 2008

freeze leftovers

Yogurt Pancakes (242 calories for 2)

Prep: 15 min. cook: 5 min. per batch


2 cups flour all- purpose

2 tbl. sugar

2 teas. baking powder

1 teas. baking soda

2 eggs

2 cups (16) plain yogurt

1/4 cp water

semi sweet chocolate chips, dried cranberries,sliced ripe bananas and coarsely dhopped pecans ( optional)

In a small bowl combine the dry ingredients

In another bowl whisk the 3 wet ingredients

Add to the dry ingredients just until moistened

Pour batter a 1/4 cupful onto a hot griddle sprayed with non-stick cooking oil.

Sprinkle with chocolate chips or cranberries (if desired)

Turn when bubbles form on top; cook until second is golden brown. Serve with bananas and pecans.

The frozen left overs (if there are any ) can be heated up in a microwave for

40-50 seconds or until heated through (hint keep a small glass of water in Microwave to keep from drying out your breads etc.) they will keep for 2 months frozen properly.

Here a few variations:

Fresh or frozen bluberries

Peeled and sliced apples or pears

Crushed and drained pineapple topped with whip cream

Dried apricots or golden raisins

A spoonful of granola

??? Spread plain pancakes with sour cream and top with cherry or peach pie filling.

Yields 12 may not need syrup..Have fun on a special occasion or just cause you Love someone G-Ma :O)


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      Merle Ann Johnson 6 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

      yes and they are soo good...Merry Christmas...:O) Hugs G-Ma Thanks for commenting :O)

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      minnow 6 years ago from Seattle

      mmm! great idea for using up that leftover yogurt.

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      Merle Ann Johnson 7 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

      They are soo good...Thanks my dear

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      marisuewrites 7 years ago from USA

      I bet these are tender and light. I'll try them and thanks!!!

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      Merle Ann Johnson 9 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

      well thank you SweetiePie...hope you like :o) G-Ma :o) hugs

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      SweetiePie 9 years ago from Southern California, USA

      I will try this lovely recipe tomorrow!

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      Merle Ann Johnson 9 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

      woweee that sounds really good also...I like the healthy kind...we should open pancake specialty cafe! ! ! G-Ma :o) hugs...and thank you for your comment

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      Janet Jenson 9 years ago

      Yummy! I sometimes put a little yogurt in my pancakes, too, along with the buttermilk. I buy packaged pancake mix, but then healthy it up by adding a handful of ground flax seeds, whole grain oat flour that I make by running oatmeal through the flour grinder, and other healthy things. Then I destroy my calorie load by serving them with agave syrup, ginned raisins, and whipped cream. Mmmmm!

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      Abhinaya 9 years ago

      This is very nutritious G-Ma.I would like to try this.Yoghurt is very good for health.