Sunday morning we woke up to a very cold Atlanta morning. We had one injured dog (Goose cut his paw, just like a puppy) and neither of us were really in the mood to do much in terms of cooking. I headed to the kitchen to whip up a healthy, quick breakfast. I could have gone with eggs, but that seemed predictable, so pancakes it was.
I remembered seeing a recipe for Greek Yogurt Pancakes from Julie of the blog Peanut Butter Fingers. Click here for that recipe. I assumed that the recipe on the blog was for one so I doubled it for the two of us, we could always freeze leftovers.
4 egg whites
12 oz of fat free Greek Yogurt
1.5 cups of old fashioned oats
Pancakes were also a great excuse to use my immersion blender. Every time I use it I forget how much I love it. I blended the ingredients and then cooked like you would any other pancakes. The mix will be thick, make sure you have your temp right on the stove
I could have used a couple more strawberries but ours looked pretty bad so I went with what I had.
They were so good and so easy! And with those ingredients, you know they were healthy, too. (Ignore the maple syrup that I poured all over mine!)
Next time I'll try with some bananas and blueberries. Really, the possibilities are endless.
It was a Sunday morning, I have no photographic evidence of this breakfast. Sorry!