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Feb 26

Oatmeal Yogurt Pancakes

Welcome to Foodie Friday! I’m linking up with Annmarie from the Fit Foodie Mama, Esther from Chocolate Runner Girl + Jess from Hello To Fit to create awesome healthy recipes each week! Since it’s National Pancake Week, this week’s theme = Pancakes, so I made Oatmeal Yogurt Pancakes!

We’re all about the breakfast recipes this week! If you haven’t checked out my recipe for Banana Berry Smoothie Bowls, you should hella check em’ out! (Sorry, my norcal is coming out. :O )

I had some yogurt coupons left from Siggi’s, so I decided to make some pancakes with em’! I got to get together for delicious indoor fooding adventures/kitchen experiments with two of my closest friends over the weekend, so we made a whole ton of food, partially to fuel my Foodie Fridays, and partially because we all needed a creative outlet of some sort.

This is what happens when two designers and one med student get together!

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We made 4 other recipes, which should be rollin’ out in future Foodie Fridays! ;P As with the smoothie bowls, I also went to town on the toppings for these, but to a slightly lesser degree. I found that they were tastiest with a dollop of  nut butter, a spoonful of yogurt, and a bunch of  fruits. Aka all the toppings. (Treat yo self!)

I haven’t made pancakes since last year’s “Overcome Your Fears” Foodie Friday (3-Ingredient Pancakes)! These pancakes are also super tasty and high in protein! Each recipe makes about 3 pancakes!  :]

Oatmeal Yogurt Pancakes

Oatmeal Yogurt Pancakes

Ingredients:

  • ½ cup rolled oats
  • 1 small banana
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  • 1 egg
  • ½ cup Siggi’s vanilla + cardamom yogurt
  • 2 tbsp coconut milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

(Toppings)

  • 1 sprig mint
  • 1-2 dollop of Siggi’s yogurt (Mixed Berry + Acai, Vanilla + Cardamom, Coconut)
  • 1-2 dollops of coconut almond butter (or your choice of nut butter)
  • chopped fruits
  • drizzle of honey

Instructions:

  1. Mash all pancake ingredients together until smooth.
  2. Lightly coat nonstick skillet with butter or cooking spray and heat over medium-low heat. Drop batter by ¼ cups into skillet.
  3. Cook until bubbles appear on top and flip cakes. Cook until golden brown.

Oatmeal Yogurt Pancakes

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  1. Kristen

    Theses pancakes sound soooo good! I have been craving pancakes all week so I might need to make these over the weekend!
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    1. Farrah

      Thanks so much, Kristen! 😛 I hope you like them! 😀 Have a great weekend!

  2. Courtney

    Ooh, I haven’t made pancakes in forever. These sound great!

    1. Farrah

      Thanks, Courtney! I hope you get to make some sometime! 😀

  3. Annmarie

    These sound so yummy! Love the idea of topping them with coconut almond butter- YUM!
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    1. Farrah

      Thanks, Annmarie! 😀 I was originally actually just looking for plain ol’ coconut butter, but they didn’t have any at the store, so I went with this! 😛

  4. Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine

    PANCAKES!!! And oatmeal pancakes are always a fabulous hearty choice!!
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    1. Farrah

      Yeahhh! Gotta love em’! (Although I still need a lot of practice with making em’ look like this. o_o)

  5. diana

    these look amazing!! How did they hold together and cook for you? Ive tried making similar before and they turned out ……a hot mess, literally 🙂

    Thanks for sharing!!!

    1. Farrah

      These actually held together really well! Mine usually turn out like a hot mess too, but my friend is (thankfully) an expert pancake flipper. He thinks my problem is probably that I get too overly enthusiastic/excited and flip em’ before they’re actually ready, haha.

      (P.S. Is your blog no longer public? :O )

  6. Susie @ Suzlyfe

    I always make my pancakes with yogurt! So good.

    1. Farrah

      Agreed! I’m definitely going to be doing this more from now on! :D!

  7. Alyssa @ Renaissancerunnergirl

    I loved making oat pancakes when I could do oats. Now I’m deep into coconut flour pancake experimentation! I’m a butter and real maple syrup girl all the way, or bananas and berries 🙂
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    1. Farrah

      Ooo, do you have any recipe suggestions? I tried making coconut flour pancakes and they failed miserably! :[ But yay for fruits and maple syrup! <3

  8. Julie @ Running in a Skirt

    What a great linkup of ingredients! This really looks amazing. You out did yourself with the fruit too.
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    1. Farrah

      hehehe, thanks, Julie! :] I love piling on the fruit! 😛

  9. Sonali- The Foodie Physician

    National Pancake Week? YUM!! These look awesome and that dollop of siggi’s with honey and fresh fruit just take them to the next level! Have a great weekend Farrah 🙂
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    1. Farrah

      Thanks so much! 😀 I’m glad I didn’t miss the memo for it this year, hahaha. Hope you have a great weekend too! :]

  10. Rosey Rebecca

    Vanilla & Cardamom yogurt? In oatmeal pancakes? DROOL! Definitely going on my list of things to make!
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    1. Farrah

      Yay! I hope you like them! 😀

  11. Trish

    Thse look delicious! I love the toppings included too. I look forward to your food recipes … they are always amazing!

    1. Farrah

      Thanks so much, Trish! I’m hoping to be able to cook more soon so I’ll have more stockpiled for when I get super busy again later!! :]

  12. Ilona @ Ilona's Passion

    You got me by oatmeal and yogurt. Yummy!

    1. Farrah

      They’re such a wonderful combination! <3

  13. Heather@hungryforbalance

    Nut butter ALWAYS wins as my topping of choice!
    These pancakes look great! Pancakes are our favorite weekend treat!
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    1. Farrah

      haha, can’t blame ya! Nut butters are so tasty! :]!

      Definitely with you there–fancy breakfasts make my weekends even more pleasant! <3

  14. Alex

    Pancakes are my kryptonite! Looks like you can’t go wrong with this recipe!
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    1. Farrah

      Thanks, Alex! 😀 I love and adore breakfast foods! 😛

  15. Julia @ Lord Still Loves Me

    These look good! My favorite pancake topping has to be chocolate chips, but I’d also be content with some banana slices. 🙂
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    1. Farrah

      Ooo, chocolate chips! I think I haven’t used those as a topping in ages, but…I’m going to need to make more pancakes now, haha. :]!

  16. masala girl

    yay sigggis! i love pancakes, because you can make extra and they reheat easily, and are also great to go! sans syrup haha. kinda like a muffin. i’ve been wanting to try my hand at waffles though!

    1. Farrah

      Yes indeed! <3! I love that they reheat so easily too! Yay for healthy + make-ahead foods! I have a waffle recipe coming up in about a month! 😀

  17. masala girl

    i linked up some (higher protein) blueberry pancakes, and some savory pancakes made with besan- chickpea flour!
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    1. Farrah

      Yay! Thanks so much for linking up with us! I haven’t had savory pancakes in forever–those sound amazing! <3

  18. Julie @ Running in a Skirt

    Once again, these look amazing. Thanks for linking up to #BestofBlogs Tweeted!
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    1. Farrah

      Thanks so much, Julie! <3

  19. Jess @hellotofit

    I’ve only made oat pancakes once, but now I must try again 🙂 YUM.
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    1. Farrah

      I need to make more of these and try out more toppings! :D!

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