Peanut Butter Protein Pancake With Blueberry Vanilla Topping

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 5 mins

I use to make this pb pancake for years and was astonished not to find it on zaar. After making Homemade Thick Vanilla Yogurt for the first time I thought it would be nice with my pb pancake - and here it is! This makes one large pancake for one person. Nice for breakfast, but also very good as protein rich after workout snack. I don't add any sweetener because the yoghurt is sweet enough for me, but if you like it sweeter, feel free to add sweetener to the yoghurt-blueberry mixture.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Spray a non stick skillet with cooking spray and heat on medium until hot.
  2. Beat egg, peanut butter, milk, soda and salt until smooth. If your egg is large, use a heaped tablespoon of peanut butter and maybe some more milk.
  3. Pour mixture into hot greased skillet and cook until surface of the pancake is no longer liquid (about three or four minutes; maybe reduce heat a little and cover the skillet so that the pancake doesn't burn).
  4. Flip and cook about two or three more minutes until done.
  5. Process yoghurt and blueberries (and sweetener, if you use it) to a smooth sauce, then stir in the cottage cheese.
  6. Transfer pancake to a plate and top with yogurt mixture.
  7. Enjoy!


Most Helpful

Flavor = 5 stars; Ease of making = 3 stars. I could not get the peanut butter to blend in with the egg, even though I ended up using my immersion blender. And based on other reviewers, I was verrry careful, but still couldn't flip it completely. I liked the yoghurt/blueberry/cottage cheese blend! made for CCQ - Culinary Quest 2014

Linky September 05, 2014

I got the kids to make these for our breakfast this morning and we loved them! I'm always on the look-out for recipes they will like and want to make for themselves, and this is going into that file. Peanut butter goodness and a great fruit and yoghurt topping! Wish I could give this more stars!!

evelyn/athens September 05, 2014

This was so fun! I didn't have vanilla yogurt, so I used plain greek yogurt with some vanilla and a little honey added to it. As well, I was pretty hungry so I just mixed the cotage cheese and blueberries in instead of blending it up. Made for PAC Spring '11

Cadillacgirl March 20, 2011

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