Weight Watchers Pancakes are a simple low point pancake that only requires 5 ingredients. Perfect for brunching on the Weekends or for brinner during the weeknights.
Why You Will Love This Recipe
These pancakes are loaded with protein and help keep you full! They have eggs, Greek Yogurt, and my new favorite lactose free high protein milk from Fairlife.
They are great served with my Sugar Free Strawberry Sauce!
You can switch up the self-rising flour to make these even higher in protein and use Kodiak Pancake Mix.
These pancakes can be made on an outdoor griddle like a Blackstone.
This pancake has a tang to it because of the Greek yogurt used but you can use your favorite maple syrup to help sweeten the pancakes up and top it with some fresh fruit.
There's so many zero point options on WW to make this a full complete meal.
- Self-rising flour is a type of flour that is pre-mixed with baking powder and salt. This combination of ingredients helps baked goods rise without the need for additional leavening agents.
- Greek Yogurt - Greek yogurt is zero points and helps keep the pancakes low points.
- Eggs - The best type of eggs you can buy at the store are organic or free-range eggs, while others may prefer eggs from specific breeds of chickens
- Unsweetened almond milk - Dairy does not like me at all so I go for a lactose free milk such as Fairlife or almond milk. It also has more protein in it.
- Vanilla - It is made by macerating and soaking vanilla beans in a mixture of water and Vodka. Use a good pure vanilla instead of the imitation vanilla extract.
- See the recipe card below for a full list of ingredients and measurements.
How to make Pancakes
Step 1: In a large bowl whisk together flour, greek yogurt, eggs, milk, and vanilla. Let the batter rest for a couple of minutes and set a side while a pan heats up.
Step 2: Heat a lightly oiled griddle or frying pan over medium-high heat. Drop 2 tablespoons of batter onto the griddle. Brown on both sides and serve hot. Serve with your favorite maple syrup.
What to serve with Pancakes?
There are many options for what to serve with pancakes. Some common choices include butter and syrup, fresh fruit (zero points), whipped cream, chocolate chips, or Air Fryer Bacon.
You can also try serving pancakes with different types of sugar-free syrup.
Add some protein to your breakfast such as cottage cheese, scrambled eggs, sausage, or ham. Ultimately, the choice of what to serve with pancakes is up to personal preference and creativity. The Appleton Farm brand of chicken sausages is really good.
When making the hash browns I just heat a nonstick or griddle and add the frozen hash browns straight to the pan and spray the pan with Pam first. I like my hash browns crispy on the edges and this helps them get that way. I’ll cook them on low heat at 5 and flip after about 5 minutes or once the bottom is crispy.
The recipe builder app from WW is what I use to figure out points for all my recipes. You have to pay the monthly fee in order to use it.
This could be quite a number of reasons and here are a few that I have come across. I double-check all my recipes to make sure every ingredient is listed in the recipe builder correctly.
Number of servings the recipe makes
Low-Fat/Fat-Free ingredients used
Missing ingredients from a recipe - did you enter them all in?
Zero Point foods for the 3 different plans
One thing Weight Watchers is teaching me is how to have a healthy balanced meal that keeps me full longer. I posted this pic to my Instagram account (feel free to follow me!) and it received a lot of likes. What amazes me is how much food you can have with these pancakes for only 7 points!
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Weight Watchers Pancakes - A simple low point pancake that only requires 5 ingredients. Perfect for brunch on the Weekends or for brinner during the weeknights.
- 1 ⅛ cup self-rising flour
- ½ cup of plain FF Greek Yogurt
- 2 eggs
- ½ cup of unsweetened almond milk or Fairlife Protein Milk
- 1 ½ tsp of vanilla
- In a large bowl whisk together flour, greek yogurt, eggs, milk, and vanilla. Let the batter rest for a couple of minutes and set a side while a pan heats up.
- Heat a lightly oiled griddle or frying pan over medium-high heat. Drop 2 tablespoons of batter onto the griddle. Brown on both sides and serve hot. Serve with your favorite maple syrup.
My WW Personal Points: 2 Click here to see in recipe builder (will have to log in)
If you change the serving size for the pancakes, the points will be different. The batter is slightly on the thicker side.
- Category: Easy
- Method: Stovetop
- Cuisine: American
- Serving Size: 1 pancake
- Calories: 91
- Sugar: 1g
- Sodium: 174.6mg
- Fat: 2g
- Saturated Fat: 1g
- Carbohydrates: 13g
- Fiber: 1g
- Protein: 5g
Keywords: 1 point pancakes
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