Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 2 mins

A healthy yummy breakfast treat for those avoiding fat. This makes one large pancake. You can multiply the recipe for multiple servings.


  1. mix first four ingredients and enough milk to make a runny batter.
  2. spray a pan with olive oil spray.
  3. pour batter onto pan.
  4. fry on each side at medium heat for about 45 seconds.
  5. top with berries, honey, etc.
Most Helpful

I extened this recipe for 2 people. Only use a PINCH of salt. I added 1 tsp cinnamon, 2 pinchs nutmeg,1 tsp splenda, along with 1 tsp vanilla. I omitted the milk- I used water instead- The trick is - the amount of whole wheat flour you use- you need to have ALMOST the same amount of fluid for pancake consistancy- which is runny..Yes, these are very good, filling,and healthy if you are omitting fats from your diet. Serve with fresh or frozen berries and honey.

keiki1953 October 27, 2012

This is embarrassing, but I joined RecipeZaar for the sole purpose of reviewing this pancake. It is AMAZING. I found the recipe a few days ago, and I was really skeptical about it - it sounded odd and not very pancake-y. Well, I just made it, and it's delicious! It's very quick and easy, and a huge portion. Since it's so low-cal and low-fat, I added in a few mini m&ms and cinnamon sugar, and I think it was the best decision I ever made. This recipe is GENIUS!

mercer721 June 18, 2010

I have just found my new favorite pancake recipe. I was tempted to change it a bit, couldn't believe it would taste nice as it was, but stuck with the recipe and loved it! Quadrupled the recipe to make more for the family. Thanks for sharing. Easy and tastes great!

bbmsmom March 13, 2009