Greek Yogurt Pancakes

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Yesterday morning I wanted to make pancakes(or rather, waffles, for some reason I like them better, not as thick:) ) Normally I make buttermilk because I have just a great recipe, but I’m all out of buttermilk right now. So I decided to come up with something new. I love greek yogurt. What’s not to love? It’s super thick and creamy and tastes great. Plus it has SO much protein in it! So for my new recipe I mixed two of my favorites, my yummy pancake recipe and greek yogurt!

What you need:

  • 1 3/4 – 2 c. flour
  • 1 t. baking powder
  • 1 t. baking soda
  • 1 T. sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/3 c. oil
  • 1 1/4 c. greek yogurt
  • 1/2 c. milk

Mix together the dry ingredients first and then add in the wet. Only mix until all the dry is incorporated. Fry as you would pancakes or make waffles in a waffle iron.

Yum! These are so good! I like them with maple syrup and the hubby likes them with peanut butter.

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  1. I absolutely love your site. You are a “girl after my own heart.” Your site inspires me to be a more frugal, inventive and love homemaking even more than I do now. Your blog is my favorite one! I am excited about the spring time. I grew up on a farm and with a mommy and daddy who were farmers and great canners! So, this spring I am tackling a small garden and the canning process. I have the ball canning book you mentioned (bought one at salvation army for .25!). I wondered if you could recommend the type of canner you use (if you do) and any other helpful suggestions. Through your encouragement to save and everything else, I am now going to start learning to sew clothing, too! My kiddos are excited to learn, too!!

    1. Charity, your comment made my day! I can’t wait for spring/summer either! I mostly do hot water bath canning so I use a hot water canner almost all of the time. The only time you really need a pressure canner is for non-acidic foods. When it gets closer to canning time I will get up several posts on different canning things I’d recommend. I’m also going to be doing how-to canning videos this summer also.

      Have fun sewing! I worked on sewing a dress yesterday but my machine is acting up so I’ll have to work on cleaning it up today.

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