Skinny Bites: Oatmeal and Yogurt Pancakes


I got such a wonderful response last week to my first Sunday “healthy cooking” post I was really excited to share another favorite with you.
I don’t get to eat breakfast often- I’m always rushing late in the mornings- so when I do have the chance sometimes I like to indulge a little. The reason I say just a little is because these pancakes are a delicious and healthy alternative to regular pancakes.
For me pancakes were that mouth-watering breakfast I loved as a child, but then as I got older and became more concerned with being healthy and staying thin I ruled them out of my diet completely- as just sugar and fat. But not anymore- these I actually feel good about eating :) I have to thank my mom who shared this recipe with me!


Oatmeal Yogurt Pancakes

What you’ll need:
1 1/4 cup quick cook oatmeal
1 cup greek yogurt
1 cup low or non fat milk
1 tablespoon honey or agave nectar
1/2 cup whole wheat flour
1 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
whites from 2 eggs

Makes 4 servings or about 12 pancakes


It’s really easy- you guys know I like easy. Anything too difficult to cook it’s not for me.
In large bowl mix together oats, yogurt, milk and agave nectar or honey.
Stir in flour, baking soda, and salt.
Whisk egg whites and add to pancake mixture.
Lightly spray cooking spray or rub a small amount of olive oil on the griddle or pan and flip the pancakes when they begin to bubble.

Chop your favorite fresh fruit on the top and if you like nuts, you can add chopped walnuts to the batter from the beginning.
Add an organic 100% berry sauce (no syrup here friends!) and voila you’ve made a healthy, delicious breakfast.

The thing that is so great about these pancakes is theres no butter, no oil, and if you choose to use non fat milk and fat free greek yogurt almost absolutely no fat as well.
The only sugar is natural- agave and fruit.
It’s nice to eat something delicious you can feel happy and healthy about.
Hope you all enjoy and let me know how it goes!

And p.s. don’t worry about making too much because you can easily wrap them up in the fridge and heat them up the next day. That’s what I always do!

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  1. camille says:

    I’m going to try this next sunday !

  2. Abla says:

    So yummy !It’s so nice to share with us even receipts! this is definitly my favorite blog so far
    your biggest fan from Morocco!!

  3. Naina says:

    There’s a common misconception that eating natural and healthy is only for freakish hippys and never tastes good, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth (as you’ve shown). Eating natural just makes your body AND your tongue happy!

    Right this way, a CHANEL GIVEAWAY 

  4. Julia says:

    looks yummie!

  5. Rhoda Wong says:

    i love pancakes and will sure to try yours out! super healthy, love it!

  6. Lilli says:

    looks so delicious!:)

  7. Laura says:

    Awesome!!! I really love your blog Shea, congrats!!!! :)

  8. Excited to make these next week for me and my man! Love this new section.. Excited for more recipes to come!


  9. Caroline says:

    yum yum, have to try!!! curious about nutrition, haha ♥

  10. Eva says:

    Yummy, getting hungry out here ;) xx GIVEAWAY

  11. Carola says:

    super yummi!!!! look so delicious!
    new post on Purses in the Kitchen!

  12. FashionFierce says:

    That looks delicious!!!

    New post on my blog! –>

    Love, Hannan

  13. Courtney says:



  14. thankfifi says:

    They look amazing – I make a similar pancake recipe but it has mashed banana mixed into the batter – so good!

    ♥ Thankfifi

  15. Domonique says:

    This is such an epic idea! I’m always in the mood for pancakes but also concious of the calories- these are perfect :)


  16. Mattie says:

    My boyfriend and I made these for breakfast. I didn’t have greek yogurt so I used plain. They were delicious!!

  17. Sophie says:

    Looks delicious!! I love pancakes but I also enjoy eating healthily so it’s great to see this version. Thanks for sharing! :)


  18. Karo says:

    looks so delicious :)

  19. mireia says:

    Looks delicious! The only thing that confuse me is that i don’t have those ingredients! I don’t have that much healthy shops in barcelona so it’s difficult to find that stuff you use. (i think, at least i don’t know more). Anyway, they look delicious!! And i like that kind of posts too!! :)

  20. alexia says:

    This looks so good! I’ll have to try it…soon!
    xx, sweet bird
    xx, sweet bird

  21. Michelle says:

    Those look soooo yummy! Great photo too!

    xx Michelle

    Fierce & Fashionable

  22. MissK says:

    WOW! Those pancakes look so good! I will definitely try the recipe. I looove pancakes and when they are healthy, thats even better. :)

  23. this is amazing ! since when do you become a food/ beverage expert?? <3


  24. mmmmmmmmmmmm que buena pinta!!!!Con fresas y platano!!!o con chocolate!!!!jaja

  25. Marta says:

    Looks yummy, i’ll try to make them!

  26. seems really good! i’ll have to try it :)

  27. Lubna says:

    Ughh, that looks so mouth-watering! I’ll definitely give it a try :)


  28. Yummy! Thanks for sharing this recipe with us. Can´t wait to try it out this weekend:)

  29. Amazing! They look so good. And I agree about leftover pancakes…it’s always good to make extra.

  30. Mascha Lina says:

    Pancakes ar just the best!!!!
    Xo maschalina (maschalina designs)

  31. i wish i was less lazy to cook some breakfast :P pancakes look delicous!!

  32. Radka says:

    Amazing post! It´s very good you share with us some of your recipes. I´m going to try it for Saturday family breakfast,thanks for it again. :-)

  33. Michelle Lee says:

    Amazing recipe! :)
    I think it’s important to have a breakfast to get you all that energy to get through the days!

  34. Colleen M. says:

    Tried these they were amazing! I used regular oats instead of quick oats, a 6oz container of vanilla chobani, skim milk, and added a 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon and 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla. These are my go-to pancakes from now on! Made them for my parents and they said they were better than regular pancakes!!! I actually got 15 pretty good sized pancakes out of the recipe and calculated the nutrition: For 3 pancakes: 180 calories, 30g carbs, 1g fat, and 12g protein!

  35. Katie says:

    I love this series, keep it up!

  36. Virginie says:

    Can’t wait to try this! The pictures are wonderful!

    Much love, Virginie

  37. jolien says:

    Just made these today, they were absolutely yummie. Thanks for this post Shea.

    Love, Jolien

  38. Hannah says:

    Am definitely going to be making these for pancake day tomorrow!! so excited to try these, thank you!! :)

  39. colleen says:

    tried this today and it was amaaazing!
    i have to improve my pancake-flip-skills though..they looked like crap :D

    greets from germany :)

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