These fluffy, tangy breakfast favorites have been upgraded here to be high in fiber and antioxidants as well as protein and good fats. Can be made gluten-free and vegan.

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  • Preparation Time

    5 minutes
  • Cooking Time

    10 minutes
  • Difficulty Rating

    1
  • Health Level

    5
  • Serves

    4
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Ingredients

    1. 6 oz / 170 g low-fat Greek yogurt, preferably organic pastured or vegan
    2. ½ cup / 60 g whole grain flour
    3. 1 egg, preferably organic omega-3 or pastured or ¼ cup / 60 ml flaxseed gel*
    4. 1½ tsp. / 4½ g baking soda
    5. 2 tsp. / 9 g softened butter, preferably pastured or olive or nut oil
*Blend 1 Tbsp. / 15 g whole flax seeds with ½ cup / 120 ml warm water in a food processor or chopper for approximately 30 seconds until a viscous gel forms; strain gel through a wire mesh colander into the desired receptacle, agitating seeds with a spoon or rubber/silicon spatula.

Directions

  1. Mix egg/gel with Greek yogurt, and set aside.
  2. Combine dry ingredients.
  3. Add dry mix mixture to yogurt and egg/gel mixture.
  4. Brush butter/oil onto a non-stick pan over medium heat. When hot (but not smoking), pour in batter by spoonfuls of slightly over ⅓ cup / 90 ml.
  5. Cook until golden-brown on both sides, brushing the pan with additional butter/oil as needed .
Serving size:1 4-inch / 10 cm pancakeExchanges per Serving: 1 Carb, 1 Protein, 0 Fat

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  1. Profile photo of kjteeling513

    Greek Yogurt Pancakes – there’s an error in the ingredients list. How much BAKING SODA is needed?

    6 oz / 170 g low-fat Greek yogurt, preferably organic pastured or vegan
    ½ cup / 60 g whole grain flour
    1 egg, preferably organic omega-3 or pastured or ¼ cup / 60 ml flaxseed gel*
    tsp. / 4½ g baking soda
    2 tsp. / 9 g softened butter, preferably pastured or olive or nut oil
    *Blend 1 Tbsp. / 15 g whole flax seeds with ½ cup / 120 ml warm water in a food processor or chopper for approximately 30 seconds until a viscous gel forms; strain gel through a wire mesh colander into the desired receptacle, agitating seeds with a spoon or rubber/silicon spatula.

    • Profile photo of ossie-sharon

      Hi, Alitg68. If you use the personal version of the Menu Planner application (the right-most option here: http://www.trimdownclub.com/menu-planner), you will see some of our recipes in the “Recipes” subcategory of each major food group. For newer recipes that have not yet been added into the system, you can use them to substitute for the main ingredient in your meal. You can also match up the exchanges visible at the end of each recipe and when you click on “Exchange Mode” in the toolbar above your menu.

  2. Profile photo of Alitg68

    I only joined yesterday and i cant find whole grain flour in any supermarket around here. What can i substitute it for?
    Also i am confused. Why does each recipe have carb units etc logged. I havent read anywhere how many of each in a day is good.

    • Profile photo of ossie-sharon

      Hi, Alitg68. Whole grain is just another term for wholemeal, of which whole wheat is an example – the latter is probably what you’ll find at the market. Regarding the exchanges, you can see how many of each food group together meet your needs by clicking on “Exchange mode” in the toolbar above your menu.

    • Profile photo of ossie-sharon

      Hi, Orneryoutfit. The flax gel is only if you don’t use eggs – if you use eggs, no worries.
      For future reference, flax gel is what you get when you combine whole flax seeds and warm water together in a food chopper, run the chopper for about half a minute, and strain.

  3. Profile photo of ossie-sharon

    Hi, mccowles. Pure maple syrup, raw honey, coconut nectar, and yacon syrup are good choices. They are more gentle on your blood sugar than artificial options, but note that they can still add up (each 1-1/2 tablespoons = 1 carb). You can “cut” these with something like JustLikeSugar and water to get more for your carbs.

  4. Profile photo of ossie-sharon

    Hi, dveronica119. Definitely! We do recommend whole food syrups such as real maple and yacon of course. Each tablespoon (15 ml) is considered a carb exchang.
    In looking at your personal menu pattern, if you don’t have diabetes, you can have 2 instead of your 2 fat exchanges (if you do have diabetes, then 4 teaspoons or 20 ml) in the morning, in addition to 2 of these pancakes and some fruit.

  5. Profile photo of ossie-sharon

    Hi, kah116. You can have more than one pancake – we just provide the information for single servings to make it more flexible for you to fit it into your day. According to your personal measurements, you can have 2 with some syrup (in moderation, of course), along with a serving of fruit. To find out what else we recommend you have with this/these, click on “Exchange view” in the toolbar above your finished menu.

  6. Profile photo of kah116

    I am brand new to trim down. In fact the Greek Yogurt Pancakes are the first recipes I looked at. My question is, for breakfast does a person get only one pancake, if not, how many pancakes? Or does a person get some other things to eat with the pancake? Thank you.

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