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Fluffy Greek Yogurt Pancake

Updated: Feb 8

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Greek yogurt is a great source of protein, and I've been making yoghurt pancakes with it, and it’s an easy breakfast option since we love pancakes so much. Not only do these Greek yogurt pancakes provide a delicious and satisfying breakfast, but they also offer a boost of protein enjoys.  you energized throughout the day. The creamy texture of the yogurt adds a delightful twist to the traditional pancake recipe, making them even more enjoyable for everyone in your family. Plus,yoghurt are so fluffy and filling, so I love them even more than regular pancakes.

This is a game-changer. You should give these a shot if you are looking for a breakfast that is not only simple but also quick and easy to prepare.

You Will need the Following Ingredients

Here’s a look at what you need to have on hand to make this easy greek yogurt pancakes.


✨The plain whole-milk Greek yoghurt adds a rich and creamy texture to the recipe. Its tangy flavor complements the other ingredients perfectly. Additionally, using plain yoghurt allows you to control the sweetness of the dish, making it a versatile option for various taste preferences. 

✨Milk adds moisture to the pancakes, resulting in a fluffy and tender texture. Whether you prefer the creaminess of dairy milk or the alternative options of nondairy milk, both will yield delicious pancakes. 

✨Eggs: Using eggs in pancake batter adds moisture and richness, resulting in a more tender texture. However, for those with dietary restrictions or allergies, using a store-bought egg replacer can provide a suitable alternative without compromising the final outcome of the pancakes. 

✨Using unsalted butter in our pancake recipe adds a touch of indulgence and enhances the overall flavour. Additionally, the melted butter helps to create a golden and crispy exterior while ensuring a smooth release from the pan. 

The choice between all-purpose flour and whole wheat flour depends on your preference and dietary needs. Whole-wheat flour adds more fibre and nutrients to the pancakes, while all-purpose flour gives them a lighter texture. Experiment with both to find your preferred taste and consistency. 

✨Sugar: A tiny amount of sugar gives the pancakes flavour. Alternatively, you can replace sugar with natural sweeteners like honey or maple syrup for a healthier option. Experimenting with different sweeteners can help you customise the taste of your pancakes to suit your preferences. 

✨Baking powder:To make the pancakes rise and become fluffy, you'll need baking powder. Use fresh baking powder. It is important to note that baking powder should be stored in a cool, dry place to maintain its freshness and effectiveness. Additionally, using expired baking powder can result in flat and dense pancakes, so it's always best to check the expiration date before using it. 

✨A pinch of salt enhances the flavour of many other ingredients.

✨Toppings like chocolate chips, peaches, bananas, blueberries, or chopped strawberries These add-ins can enhance the flavour and texture of the pancakes, giving them a burst of fruity sweetness or a decadent touch of chocolate. Experimenting with different combinations can create endless possibilities for delicious pancake variations. 

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Put in the salt, sugar, flour, and baking powder. Mix slowly with a whisk.

  2. Warm up a big nonstick frying pan on medium heat. Add some melted butter and swirl it around the pan to cover it. 

  3. Put the batter on the pan and cook it until bubbles appear on top and the edges are firm.

  4. Cook until done, then flip with a spatula. Toppings such as applesauce, fruit puree, maple syrup, nut butter, or seed butter can be added before serving warm.

If you want to know what to expect from this recipe, I've laid down the steps for you below.  


Tips for Storing

Keep it in an airtight jar in the fridge for three to five days. Bring to a simmer in a microwave-safe dish for 15 to 30 seconds. In a single layer in a freezer bag or between layers of parchment paper, you can freeze pancakes.











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