24 Reviews

These pancakes are phenomenal. Everyone wolfs them down and asks for the recipe. I made them with plain nonfat yogurt and added a teaspoon of vanilla. Also added a teaspoon of cinnamon to the dry mix. Awesome! Pancakes come out light and fluffy.

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Khlandestyne November 11, 2010

Perfectly light and delicious! I used vanilla yogurt and added a pinch of salt. Easy, healthy and tasty. Thanks for sharing the keeper recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview August 30, 2014

The texture is good, but the pancakes are completely bland. I used plain yogurt, so I would suggest adding a little salt and sugar and maybe vanilla, cinnamon, etc. Also, there is no way to make 15 quarter-cup pancakes from the batter. I ended up with about 8 1/2.

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gkostova04 August 26, 2013

For how simple it is to make, its super tasty!

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ManishaDwivedi January 11, 2013

Absolutely delectable! I don't think I've ever found pancakes this tender and fluffy before! I dropped in blueberries to add fresh bursts of flavor which went very nicely with the whole wheat. My husband absolutely adored them and I plan on making them again this morning!

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bizooey March 01, 2012

These are really good! I think they would have been bland without adding some fresh blueberries and chopped walnuts though. I also added 1/2 teaspoon of salt to the batter.

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Crazycook in PA August 28, 2011

The fluffiest whole wheat pancakes I've ever had. I followed the recipe exactly. They are a bit eggier than normal pancakes, but absolutely delicious! We will be making these again and again.

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AbsurdBookNerd May 01, 2011

Excellent little cakes. My only deviation from the recipe was 1% milk instead of skim and a heaping teaspoon of oat bran. I'd quibble about the quantity. I used a 4 oz ladle and only got 9 cakes. I'd say the recipe serves three or two hungry people.

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fjbrad November 02, 2010

Light, fluffy and delicious! I used all-purpose whole wheat flour and they came out just fine. I used low-fat plain yogurt and added 1/2 tsp vanilla.

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Atomic Girl Cooks! February 04, 2010

I've made this recipe twice now, with some modifications: Used regular whole wheat flour both times, added an extra egg white, cinnamon and some salt. Found that the original recipe was bland without a little saltiness. Wondered if it was omitted in error? Also left the last batch on a little extra long and it dried out---BUT my dog LOVED it; I am going to make doggy cookies on purpose in the future, as well as more of the recipe for my family.

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lindabelletto September 30, 2009
Tender Whole Wheat Yogurt Pancakes