Recipe // yogurt pancakes

Hello there! I’m back with a new recipe and this time it’s totally suitable for breakfast, lunch or just a snack. Okay, I’ll be honest: you can have this any time of the day. I’m talking about yogurt pancakes. They’re basically american pancakes, but made with yogurt and therefore a little healthier as well! They’re quite fluffy and the yogurt gives them a really nice and fresh taste! Let’s get into the recipe.


For 16 pancakes

  • 150 g. flour (all-purpose)
  • 1 tbsp. sugar
  • 2 tsp. baking powder
  • 1 egg (medium sized)
  • 240 ml. skimmed yogurt (or any other kind of yogurt)
  • 30 ml. water
  • Toppings, fresh fruit, honey, yogurt, chocolate (optional)


The recipe for these pancakes is really simple, just as any other pancake recipe. Firstly, combine the dry ingredients (flour, sugar, baking powder). Then add the yogurt, water and the egg and mix everything together until it forms a thick mixture. It should be creamy color with quite a fluffy consistency.

Pour the pancake batter on a pre-heated non-stick frying pan. Make them about the size of a chocolate chip cookie (quite a big one, the fresh-kind of chocolate chip cookies) and bake them on medium-heat. When bubbles start to form on the surface of your pancake, it should be ready to flip.

And that’s it! You can top your pancakes with some fresh fruit, or maybe layer some strawberry and banana slices between every pancake. Honey is a really good topping for these pancakes as well. You can also change the recipe a bit by adding raisins or chocolate chips to the batter, to make it a bit more fancy! 

Just look at this amount of fluff!

You can eat them right away, or save them up to 3 days in the fridge or about 2 months in the freezer. They taste really good when you re-heat them real quick in your frying pan or microwave!

Enjoy :)

– Hayet


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