Ok, so maybe that’s not exactly a direct translation…sue me!
Since I’m still working on the mother-load of Cho that graced my doorstep a few weeks ago, it was only a matter of time before I started thinking of pancakes…
But really, when am I NOT thinking of pancakes? 😉
And I was SO happy with how these turned out.
Soft and creamy and PACKED with vanilla flavor!
And thanks to the almost TWENTY grams of protein per serving, they kept me full for HOURS!
Greek Yogurt Pancakes
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10-12 minutes
Keywords: fry breakfast high protein low-sodium no sugar added greek yogurt Pancake Sunday
Ingredients (Serves 1)
- 1/3 cup oats, ground into flour
- 2 Tbsp ground flax
- 1/2 tsp sodium-free baking powder
- 1/4 tsp cinnamon
- 1 egg white
- 1/3 cup fat-free vanilla Greek yogurt (I used Chobani)
- 2 Tbsp water (or milk)
1. Heat a non-stick skillet or griddle to medium heat and coat with cooking spray.
2. To a medium-sized bowl, add oat flour, flax, baking powder, and cinnamon and stir to combine.
3. In a separate bowl, whisk egg white until frothy.
4. Add yogurt, water (or milk), and extract and stir well.
5. Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and stir until flour is incorporated.
6. Spoon batter onto skillet surface forming 3 medium-sized pancakes and cook 5-6 minutes per side or until edges start to turn crisp and brown.
7. Serve with fresh fruit, nuts, and a drizzle of your favorite syrup.
And look, there’s SEVEN steps…so you know this recipe is lucky! 😉
Of course, we don’t need luck for stats like that! 😀
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I absolutely ADORE Chobani…not just the products, but the actually FACES behind the company. I had the pleasure of meeting AND sweating with a few of the Chobani girls during the Blend Retreat last year and could really feel the love and support they have for their company.
And speaking of Blend…
Pre-registration starts TONIGHT at 8pm CST!
Ticket prices and details are listed here. You do NOT have to be a blogger to attend, but you DO have to get your ticket fast because there’s only a limited number available.
And trust me people…you do NOT want to miss out on this!
Check out last years recap posts here, here, here, here and ALL about the food HERE! 😉
So what do ya say…who’s coming with me?
I’ll make you pancakes! 😀
Have you ever tried Chobani? What’s your favorite flavor?
Are you going to Blend?!?!
Oh my goodness I’m so excited to see your face in a few months (if not sooner) at Blend!! I’m so afraid of missing the ticket buying time that I have 4 different alarms set in my phone… 🙂
Looove Chobani! Unfortunately, I can only get it a few times a year when I go shopping in the States. I tried the apple cinnamon flavour a little while ago, and I was a huge fan.
Oh yessssssssssss! Chobani pancake loving, I am all about this! I need to make these! Love how easy these are too!
I wish I was going to blend, but since I am pregnant, it may be difficult for me 😉 If the flight was shorter I may have been ok, but you never know I might attend if pregnancy stays on good track and I feel well! Hopefully I find someone selling a ticket if that happens!
Oh I REALLY hope so! It just wouldn’t be the same without you!! And besides, you and Lindsay totally have to do a belly bump! 😉 Haha!
i expect a hands on pancake tutorial blend, k?
Oh yes, I looove Chobani. Who doesn’t? I so wish I was going to Blend!!!
I just made these. I love you. That is all.
These look amazing. What’s the red berry? It’s so photogenic!
Thank you Kirsten! The red berries are red currants that I picked up on a whim a few weeks ago…they are tart like cranberries and SUPER juicy!
these look amazing and the nutrition facts are perfect! I think this may be lunch!?
p.s. love the title of the post
These look so good- and so healthy! Thanks for sharing!
I made these for my daughter & I this morning-(I only had plain Greek yogur so I added 1 tsp vanilla extract!) they were amazing & I cannot wait to make them again!! Thank you 🙂
Oh yay!! I’m SO glad you liked them, Kimberly! Thank you sooooo much for letting me know! 😀
Ah! Can you imagine there is no Chobani in Switzerland? So sad. I need to find an alternative cause these look so good!! I’d looove to blend with you girl. But I am only over in the U.S. in June and since I just had a holiday I might to work a bit in between 🙁
Aww, no Cho? That IS sad! The recipe would work with really any brand of Greek yogurt…or you could use regular yogurt and omit the milk (it would just make for a lower protein count of course).
I would LOVE to “meet” you one day, girlie! When you come to the states in June, you should find a way to hit up good ol’ Tennnnn-a-seeeeee! 😉
Yummm! My favourite Chobani flavour is black cherry. Apple cinnamon is awesome too. And raspberry. Okay, I like them all. 😀
I wasn’t really considering going to Blend… but now I’m thinking I should. I didn’t realize pre-registration was night though. Ahhh!
Ahhhhh! Did you do it? Are you going? Oh my gosh, please say yes!!!! 😀
Yum!! You are the queen of pancakes my friend!!! I PRAY we all get a ticket!
I was seriously debating going to Blend, but I couldn’t make both HLS and Blend, and ultimately I decided to go with HLS… although now I’m not sure if I made the right choice. Eek! Ahh well, either way it’ll be a good experience… and maybe I can pick up some Chobani when I’m down there! We don’t get it up here in Canada, so I’ve only been able to get it while I’m travelling, and I REALLY want to try the apple cinnamon flavor, but I haven’t been lucky enough to find it in the stores I was at 🙁
Awww, well maybe next year? ONE of these days I WILL actually meet you my friend…and I will give you the biggest hug EVA! 🙂
And fyi, apple cinnamon is DEFINITELY worth the hunt…and so is the passionfruit (I love the little seeds in it!)
Those look amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Got all the ingredients at home too! 🙂
Thanks Jody! Let me know what you think if you make them! 😀
Damnit, no chobani here 🙁 🙁
these look unreal – will definitely be making them soon for a protein packed breakfast 🙂
i wish i could go to something like blend 🙁 it looks like so much fun 🙁 there’s nothing really like that over here I dont think :(. have fun!
Awww, so many sad faces…:( I so wish everyone could make it to Blend…what a party THAT would be! I hope you like the ‘cakes girlie…maybe they’ll turn that frown upside down? 😉
Obviously I am going to Blend and sleeping in your bed.
Just saying…there better be pancakes at the end of that. 😉
[These look amazing. I really should have done more cooking with my Cho, but I swear I just like making giant yogurt bowls with it. I DO still have one more tub left…and I figure three recipes ain’t bad, right?]
P.S. I also reiterate everything you said about the faces behind the company! I always tell people that when I talk about why I love Chobani. [Also that it is able to be digest by my lactose averse belly…]
Woo hoo! I call dibs on little spoon! 😉 And you better BELIEVE there will be some pancake action going down that weekend! Hmm, perhaps I should start taking orders now?
Three recipes is pretty good m’dear! I got halfway through my case before I remembered we were supposed to be cooking with it! So I only have two! Oops? And YES to the lactose-challenged! I don’t know what I’d do if I had to pop a lactaid every time a Cho-craving hit!
yum!! definitely making these pancakes for breakfast tomorrow. or maybe for dinner tonight…. 🙂
Oh yay! Brinner is the BEST…and especially when it’s a PANCAKE brinner! I’d love to know what you think of them! 🙂
Yay for chobani! I am so glad that Australia has finally got it!
Is there anything I could substitute for the flax? I’m allergic:(
Of course! You could just replace it with more flour…OR if you have coconut flour, try adding 1 tablespoon of that to the batter instead of the flax…makes the texture even creamier! 😀
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These pancakes were AMAZING!! thank you so much for the recipe!!
Aww, yay!! I’m SO glad you liked them!! Thank you so much for letting me know! 😀
Could I substitute the oats for almond powder?
Hey there, Kam! I’m sorry, but I haven’t worked with almond flour enough to really know for sure. For what reason are you wanting to make the switch? If you’re looking for a grain-free alternative to the oats, you might have better luck with buckwheat or quinoa flour. Though with those also being gluten-free, you may want to add a little xanthan gum or arrowroot (some sort of powder to help with binding) to get the cakes to have a good shape! Please, let me know if you try it out…I’d love to hear how it works out! 🙂
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