01 October 2010

Corn Meal & Yogurt Pancakes

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This recipe came to fruition with a seed of inspiration from my dad's version of the pancake and an ALMOST expired tub of plain fat-free yogurt. My brother was the first to try it other than myself and he was a fan, so I render this trial a SUCCESS!! :) The corn meal and the yogurt makes everything more light and fluffy and the texture of the corn meal is unique, but rich. It's not so far of a stretch taste wise from regular flour pancakes, but there's a difference that I enjoy. I actually think I prefer these pancakes to regular ones. Add some blueberries or chocolate chips, whatever you like and it's the perfect comfort breakfast!

Although in my case, I also had some for dinner. I don't know why, but breakfast food tastes better at night lol.

Hope you try it! :)

- 1 C Flour
- 1/2 C corn meal
- 3 tbsp sugar
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp baking soda
- pinch of salt
- 1 1/4 C yogurt
- 2 eggs
- 1/4 C of canola oil (or 1/2 stick of butter)

Whisk together ingredients until creamy batter forms. Do not overmix!

Slowly poor batter over a hot pan (keeping your hand still...do not poor in a circular motion) to whatever size pancake you prefer. I like medium sized ones.

You will know when to flip when you see tiny bubbles popping on the surface. Should be golden brown on each side.



  1. straight up! breakfast food is all good at night:) those look so good ...i need to go make some but i'll wait for tonight:) lol

  2. I am a big fan of pancakes! :)
    Those pancakes look really yummy! So fluffy! :)


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