The pancakes maintained their light and fluffy consistency. (I’m allergic). I am incredibly excited for all the events that are lined up for us, like the walnut harvest tour and the TCHO chocolate factory tour, and I also get to spend some time with Jason so I could not be happier. 1/4 cup maple syrup Those that were cooked through were delicious! I didn’t have plain Greek yogurt, so I used vanilla flavoured Greek yogurt, and I love them! Maple syrup as a topping is a ‘must’ as it brings out the blueberry flavour (we compared with other toppings and none came even close to match). Total Time 10 minutes. You should be able to re-heat a few at a time in the microwave. Add blueberries and gently toss to combine. These pancakes look delicious, Monique. window.adthrive.siteAds.targeting.push( {key: 'at_custom_1', value: 'myxx_on'} ); Excellent Quick oats instead of Rolled Oats and cooks through just fine. Made them for lunch and am freezing the rest to use through the week. Another tip – separate the yolks and add them into the liquid ingredients and fold into the dry ingredients. Delicious and healthy pancake batter turned out to be fluffy and golden brown. As you read this post, I am on my way to San Francisco for the Foodbuzz Food Blogger Festival! These high protein pancakes have about 4 grams of protein per pancake. As for the orange juice and protein powder – I actually have never tried either of these ingredients in pancakes so I can’t really say for sure! I love it because it isn’t as sweet as the other fruit yogurts out there AND it’s blended, meaning all you get is rich, silky-smooth nonfat yogurt. Did you Make This Recipe? These pancakes are as easy to make as traditional pancake recipes. I would suggest flipping when the pancakes just begin to bubble. Is it possible to make these without the egg? This is because of two reasons: Tip #1: The one trick for cooking perfect oat pancakes is cooking them over medium-low or low heat. I haven’t decided what I’ll be making yet: french toast, pancakes, mini cinnamon rolls or banana bread. 2 tablespoons sugar According to livestrong.com, oatmeal can lessen your risk of cancer with its fiber-rich goodness. I had to switch the baking powder for baking soda since I can’t have corn, but they still turned out great. We saved these to our favorites and they will be the only pancakes I make from now on. Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and whisk together until mostly combined. Would you mind sharing your tips on freezing? Thank you!! Yes, absolutely! 1/4 teaspoon baking soda And of course be sure to follow Ambitious Kitchen on Instagram. this recipe is wonderful! These pancakes cooked beautifully and tasted yummy! I will definitely be making these a lot! I love seeing your creations! In a large bowl, combine flour, oats, sugar, baking powder, baking soda and salt. I was able to make 10 good sized pancakes. Preheat a large nonstick pan. They don’t cook in the middle. I used strawberries and they were fabulous too. I grind my oats up in a blender and used the oat flour for then”2 2/3″ amount and used whole wheat flour for the “2/3” amount. moist, flavorful, and at least somewhat healthy. I’m definitely leaning towards the homemade mini cinnamon rolls; what do you guys think? Then fold in the whites. You could try apple sauce/cooked apple but you’d have to experiment with quantities. Blueberry Oatmeal Yogurt Pancakes Yield: 4 servingsprep time: 10 minutescook time: 10 minutestotal time: 20 minutesStart your mornings off right with these light and healthy pancakes loaded with juicy blueberries! I added a dash of ground cinnamon because both blueberries and oatmeal have an affinity for it. I doubled the batch, used frozen blueberries and made heaps. Made them exactly as instructed. So happy there are leftovers for a quick weekday breakfast on the go! I used a cup of wheat flour, regular vanilla yogurt, and soy milk. I know it calls for old-fashioned rolled oats, but can you use quick-cooking oats? I actually haven’t tried these in a waffle iron. They’re so fluffy and delicious! I came across these when looking for freezable recipes. These are the best morning treat that aren’t actually a calorie splurge. About 29g per serving. Delicious! I honestly can’t remember how many this makes (I made this recipe years ago!) I hope that helps! As always, please use your best judgment regarding substitutions and modifications. You could try this: After I add the blueberries, I push them into the batter with the spatula otherwise when you turn them the batter sits up on top of the berries and away from the pan and they don’t cook as well. Not bad for a super tasty breakfast recipe that doesn’t taste healthy. Your email address will not be published. You may need to add a teaspoon or two of almond milk if batter is way too thick. Thanks! Healthy oatmeal yogurt pancakes made in the blender with oatmeal, yogurt, banana and an egg! Of course, you can serve these oat pancakes with maple syrup just like you would traditional pancakes. I subbed coconut yogurt, almond milk, sunflower oil, and bananas (eggs) for the wet ingredients, so they would be vegan, and these turned out great! Hi Karen! Sign up for AK Cookie Week and get a FREE printable e-book of the, container (5.3 oz) siggi's blueberry or vanilla bean yogurt, fresh or frozen blueberries, plus more for serving. My grandchildren devoured them. You can use either fresh or frozen blueberries for pancakes. xoxo Sarah, Grand recipe really enjoy these for dinner self Can’t help wonder if a similar recipe wouldn’t make a delightful muffin.