Monday, November 14, 2011

Prepare Today Homemade- Yogurt Pancakes

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I love to make yogurt, but sometimes we don't eat it as fast as I think we will.  That is when I turn to one of my favorite food storage cookbooks, The Essential Food Storage Cookbook, and make Yogurt Pancakes.  I really like these pancakes because they are not just white-flour-fluff pancakes, but nutritious pancakes.  The yogurt adds some added protein so you won't feel hungry 20 minutes later. 

Yogurt Pancakes
(from The Essential Food Storage Cookbook)

2 eggs
1/4 C sugar
1 C white flour
1 C whole wheat flour
1 1/2 t baking soda
1 t salt
1/3 C oil
1 t vanilla (if you use vanilla yogurt omit the vanilla flavoring)
1 C water
1 C plain yogurt (or vanilla flavored)

Mix all ingredients in a bowl and combine until blended.  Cook on preheated griddle at 350 degrees.  

Cook until bubbles form and flip over. These are so yummy with fruit, peanut butter, or homemade syrup!! My kids love to eat these as an after school snack.  (I feel like a lot of these posts involve after school snacks, kids are always hungry:)  I found a great way to make yogurt that doesn't involve buying yogurt at the store to use as a starter.  I will post about it next week.  I am still trying to get the consistency that I like in yogurt before I share it with you.  Enjoy!!

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