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In a large bowl combine pancake batter ingredients (whole wheat flour, baking powder, baking soda, greek yogurt, coconut Heat a large non-stick skillet over medium heat and lightly oil with pan release spray. Ladle batter into the hot skillet and cook for 2 minutes and flip. Cook for another (1). And I’ve been eating a lot of pancakes lately because I tested these many, many times before deciding they were Cozy Peach Kitchen ready.

These pancakes are ready in just over 15 minutes using 100% whole wheat flour and a handful of pantry staples. Adding Greek yogurt makes them extra fluffy and adds extra protein. These 100% whole wheat pancakes are made extra light and fluffy with Greek yogurt! This is an easy breakfast option for any day of the week. These 100% whole wheat pancakes are made extra light and fluffy with Greek yogurt!

This is an easy breakfast option for any day of the week. Grab two large bowls. Whisk all the wet ingredients together in the first bowl (1 egg, yogurt, vanilla and milk). Combine all the dry ingredients in the second bowl (salt, flour, baking soda and baking powder).

Pour the mixture of the wet ingredients. 1/2 cup plain 2% Greek yogurt; Maple syrup/Honey, for serving; Fruit, for serving; INSTRUCTIONS. In a large bowl, whisk together the whole-wheat flour, all-purpose flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. In a small bowl, whisk together the milk, eggs and vanilla extract. Pour the liquid mixture into the flour mixture and stir just until combined.

Ingredients. 1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour. 1 1/2 tsp baking powder. 1/4 tsp baking soda.

1/2 tsp kosher salt. 1 cup plain nonfat Greek yogurt (I used Fage) 3/4 cup milk (I used almond milk) 1 egg. 2 Tbsp maple syrup.

3/4 cup plain Greek yogurt (whole milk, 2% or 0% all work) 1 tsp vanilla extract. 1 1/2 cups whole wheat pastry flour (can sub whole wheat white – will turn out *slightly* more dense) 2 tsp baking powder. 1/2 tsp baking soda. 1/4 tsp salt. addtional toppings such as fresh fruit, granola, nut butter, etc. Ingredients: Scant ½ cup Wheat Flour 1 egg 1 tsp baking soda 6 oz Vanilla Greek Yogurt (or any flavor you want) Any add-in that you fancy Pancakes are oh, so good, but lots of times end up on your hips.

I wanted to try something healthier. I found the base recipe of this on. The easiest way to switch out the flavors of these pancakes is to change the flavor of the Greek yogurt. This adds both flavor and sweetness to the pancakes. Add fresh fruit to the pancakes like blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, bananas, or apples.

Dried fruit works as well. For some crunch, add chopped nuts or seeds. Try topping these fluffy pancakes with a dollop of Greek yogurt, a drizzle of honey, and some fresh fruit or Greek spoon sweet preserves, such as bergamot or lemon rind.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: Creamy Greek yogurt, fresh fruit, and crunchy granola make a delicious and wholesome start to the day—and layering them in a tall glass makes a simple breakfast feel like a special occasion.

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Sprinkle some on fresh fruit or mix with yogurt; or have a poached or baked egg with bran muffins or whole grain toast, and kefir cheese or unsalted butter; or some whole grain cereal or pancakes with a little maple syrup.

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In a small bowl, combine a single-serve container of nonfat (0%) vanilla Greek yogurt with 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1/2 cup sliced banana, and 2 tablespoons each rolled oats and unsalted raw or dry-roasted walnuts, chopped.

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Feel free to add whole Greek yogurt or keto fruit like blueberries and raspberries.

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Layer 1⁄3 cup 0% plain Greek yogurt with 1⁄2 cup blueberries, 1 tablespoon sliced almonds, and 1 teaspoon honey.

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You may top this with cinnamon and 1 tablespoon of plain nonfat yogurt or low-fat cottage

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Or take breakfast to work: a container of cereal and banana, with an individual serving of milk; instant oatmeal, dried apricots and blueberries mixed with nonfat dry milk (add hot water to finish it off); a container of yogurt topped with fresh or frozen (thawed) strawberries; or Swiss and tomato in a pitta.

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  • I love �� pancakes �� they are so delicious �� in the mornings I eat cereal �� with my pancakes �� and I put lots of syrup on it that makes it delicious �� and I drink orange �� juice with it

  • can someone tell me how this is more healthy than normal pancakes?
    I might use a different as the base but I don’t see much difference. Is it meant to lower the carbs by using less flour?

  • Oooh I’m gonna have to try this for breakfast… starting to eat healthy and work out. I am already healthy and im not over or under weight, just want to get some shape to my body before summer is over and all the holidays come up haha. I am going to use plain Greek yogurt, a little honey, banana, and 2 egg whites…. hope it is good! I know my dad used to make pancakes with banana and he loved them so I’m hoping they are as good as he said they are

  • What the When did this become a professional cooking show? An intro? Pointing out each ingredient individually? Music?! You’ve changed, man.
    … this is all because of those advert videos you’ve been doing, isn’t it?

    (Not really though.)


  • seeing this is greek and you did world cookies and you get to travel make a series where ever you go
    e.g = italy make spaghetti and meatballs
    france = frog legs or something
    you get the idea
    dislike/reply = disagree
    like/reply = agree

  • Well you all should stop complaining about these pancakes healthiness. These are perfectly ok, and if not then we’ll your metabolism sucks. I eat stuff like this all the time and I probably have a fitter more defined body then you

  • Great recipe!! The pancakes turned out great but Chobani use milk with GMO so I used Wallaby yogurt instead ( organic and great texture)

  • you know bicarbonate of soda and baking powder are different things
    1 reacts to acid and the other to water that’s what I learned in GCSE food tech

  • Instant sub, awesome video and editing. Thank you so much for teaching us! I was looking for a good breakfast recipe and I’m going to try this tomorrow (: Love your blog too, wish I’ve found you sooner. 

  • Hardly affordable for the single parent or working man supporting a family but if your combined household income is 75k+ Enjoy. Fuck you Jamie Oliver.

  • ** Recipe **
    1 cup wheat flour
    1 cup all purpose flour
    2 Tbsp baking powder
    1 pinch of salt
    2 cups of milk (can use any kind of non dairy milk here as well)
    2 eggs
    1 splash of vanilla extract
    1/2 cup of greek yogurt

    This is just eyeballed so I’ll try this and fill you guys in!

  • Pancakes are so versatile.. My kid does not like pear… But she eats them without knowing it, in her pancakes… Same for sweet potatoes. I boil them, smash them and put in in pancakes… Tasty! (you may add oats)

  • As you are talking and pouring why not give the amounts? If it’s to bring people to the link bad idea, doesn’t make make video appealing, they’ll just go to someone else’s. ��

  • I like all of these choices and im going to try them all. And for those worried about the syrup remember they have sugar free and other syrup alternatives. You can also add honey which is a healthy alternative in itself. ����

  • Making pancakes without flour is a big mistake. I tried something similar to the first one, tasted like banana omelette as you’d expect.

  • Dear Jamie, doing this for my father on father’s day…but the consistency doesn’t seem right…

    I’m using all-purpose flour instead as I couldnt find whole wheat flour:( does it make a difference? I used 1 cup of flour + 1 cup of milk + 1 egg and the batter resulted in a bowl of milk consistency ������

  • “some” baking powder? wow VERY unprofessional. If you gonna make a video, at least give the ingredients. Dont expect people to click the link in the description. Dislike!

  • I just tried the bananas pancakes and they didnt come out round like a pancake but more scrambled. But still tasty! Can anyone tell me what on earth did I do wrong? This was the easiest recipe in this tutorial.

  • We dont use maple syrup though always had eggos or store brand waffles at home as a kid and the not real maple syrup I used one bag of frozen berries and some sugar boil it into a syrup for the waffles

  • I experimented with greek yoghurt in my pancakes once. It was awful. I’m sure yours are better, but mine were just terrible. I make pancakes on Sundays and I usually flavor them with blueberries (in the batter) and vanilla. They are delightfully fluffy and delicious.

  • Looks yummy. I will try! I’ve been watching your videos for a while now and never commented! Hello. I live in London! I love your videos. Thanks for great content:)

  • Simplest  recipe for High Protein Greek Yogurt pancakes I’ve found yet! Kick it up a notch with a handful of pecan pieces and Boom! 😉

  • Tips 4 the banana one
    1. Use one egg instead of 2. 2 makes it watery
    2. Add 2 handfuls of flour to make it t h I c c
    3. Don’t get upset if the first few flop. Keep trying and you will get there, your problem might be you’re flipping to fast or hard.
    4. The inside is not under cooked, it’s the banana. Once the top and bottom have good browning, you’re good to go ��

    Opinion: they’re great for breakfast,I added a little to much syrup though. Next time I’m just eating them plain ��

  • You have to go to grandmas house to get the fancy pancakes ma does waffles…with frozen fruit and sugar syrup whipped cream to swear to god the food club pancake mix just put two tablespoons of oil makes the fluffiest waffles..

  • I do not like the new look of these videos.
    Not only is the editing “not you” but you don’t seem like you?!
    It’s like you are putting on a show and the personality of it all is just gone.
    Plus that pan (??!!!) NO just no, go buy a new one roght away!

  • The banana and egg one will always be a winner for me. Who knew you can make pancakes out of 2 ingredients. No additives and still sweet yass

  • You had me at pancakes:D Just recreated them, and they are sooooo delicious nyomm (but also really filling, so one half pancake is left)

  • Son las 3 de la mañana, tengo que estudiar, me faltan 6 hiras para acabar el fasting y ni si supiera cocinar podria cocinar algo porque eatan durmiendo, que chucha hago aqui

  • He said was healthy, i would argue with him. Far not healthy Just because he put whole wheat flour. Egg still there, milk is there, yoghurt is there also olive oil. So…… Yes.

  • Barry, is it okay to use regular Yoghurt instead?
    I am not sure if you sure Greek yoghurt because it’s healthier or it gives a better taste and texture.

    And, I am from Hong Kong but have lived in Japan for almost 3 months and been enjoying it so far!
    I just visited Osaka in Christmas. I prefer it to Tokyo (and most of my friends do too). Osaka is known as Japan’s kitchen, There is lots of good food everywhere! I would love to see My Virgin Kitchen in Japan’s Kitchen haha:)

  • are you from weston. im not creepy or anything but I live there and have recognised some of the shops youve been to in your videos

  • I did it today. Gonna do it again soon, it was delicious. ��
    I only chose yogurt with coconut flavor instead of with peaches and it was yummy.

  • I love your videos however, taking away the ingredients and what is needed in the recipe written on screen seems like a downfall…please bring that back, it was unique of your channel to do so..

  • I really liked this recipe, it was so delicious!
    I used 10% fat greek yoghurt without anything added like fruits o.s. (I think I’ll try it with 5% fat next time, I didn’t had one at home) and put honey for a bit sweetness in it. I didn’t put that much honey in because I’m not the biggest fan of a strong honey taste but in my opinion it was enough sweetness but it depends on your personal opinion how much sweetness you want to have.

    I’ll definitly make these again!

  • Not sure if this has been asked already; but how does the taste compare to “regular” pancakes? Do you notice the sourness of the yoghurt at all?

  • So we know the ingredients but not the quantities….right then. This recipe is out the window (no I am not going on the website just to find them out, I’ll just make pancakes my way)

  • I did this with all the right measurements and at the end the baking soda completely overpowered it all I think my baking soda went bad��

  • i definitely plan on trying this. funny enough, as much as i appreciate learning this recipe, my favorite thing about the video is the music:)

  • I don’t like yogurt, but just made these hoping I would like them and I love them!! Greek Yogurt is healthy for you so I’m glad I’m able to incorporate this in my meals. Thanks for sharing and the video helped as well.

  • OMG! This is literally the first recipe that uses things I have! Thank you soooo much I made this it was sooo good and really easy!!

  • Dear lord i’ll send you a cast iron pan, please don’t use that old tefal with the teflon flaking off, it’s legit bad for your health

  • Evry one went on and on abt the stirring. She used one hand omg. xD Thnx for the upload. I just noticed I ran out of milk but have some vanilla yogurt.


  • Thanks for sharing! I didn’t have milk, so yogurt worked out well. I just made these with corn flour & home made yogurt, they came out thin but good, they tasted a little eggy I think they needs some vanilla extract with the mix,

  • Doesn’t seem American style to me. American pancake almost always have some sort of leavening agent (baking powder, yeast, meringue, anything will work really) that’s what really make it fluffy and airy

  • Replace eggs with flax seeds (soak 1 teaspoon of flax seeds in 10 teaspoons of water overnight) and add 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda for a healthier eggless version

  • Hi Jamie I make the same pancake but i mash the bananas then add to the batter and eggless also try deep frying also delicious love all your rescipes

  • I love this! I eat fried bananas more than I can think of �� so combining it with pancake I know will come out perfect! Thanks Jamie!!!