Lisa (from Cooking Up a Sale) did a post recently about Greek yogurt. (Be sure to check out her post!!) It reminded me of these pancakes. I needed to make them again. They are really pretty and fluffy, filling and delicious.
Honesty, I was always afraid of Greek yogurt, but I have been using it more and more, in place of mayo in salad dressings or dips. Even as sandwich spreads.
Have you tried Greek yogurt? Do you like it??? What have you used it in?
* I have made these with sour cream and regular yogurt as well.
* You can add chocolate chips, strawberries, wheat germ, really whatever you want to these.
Greek Yogurt Pancakes
1 c. milk
1 c. Greek yogurt
2 c. flour
2 TB. sugar
2 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. salt
Whisk together the milk, yogurt and eggs. Set aside. Combine the flour, sugar, baking soda and salt. Add the flour mixture to the egg mixture and whisk, it will be thick and there will be lumps. That is fine. Pancake batter should be lumpy……
Heat your griddle to 350° and spray with cooking spray or smear some butter on. Drop pancake batter in about 1/4 c. scoops onto hot griddle. (This batter is thick and will not spread too far, just sorta spread as you are putting the batter on the griddle.) Cook till you see bubbles, about 2 minutes, flip and cook another minute or 2 till light brown.
Yields about 12 ~ 5″ pancakes.
Recipe from Sarah.