Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Lemon Yogurt Pancakes

When I saw the fluffy eggless Lemon Yogurt Pancakes with Lemon Drizzle shared by Zoe Bake for Happy Kids, I know I must make some ! Cos my kind of pancakes too :)  With her "hints here & hints there" given, to make these yummy pancakes is pretty easy! Thanks to Zoe for her sharing.
I've forgo making the lemon drizzle since I've some homemade Blackberry Chia Jam in the fridge.



Recipe source : shared by Zoe Bake for Happy Kids adapted from the book Eat the Week by Anna Barnett

Lemon Yogurt Pancakes
(A) Wet ingredients
200g Greek Yogurt
1 tablespoon vegetable oil (or melted butter)
3 tablespoons milk
1/2 Lemon zest
1 tablespoon Lemon juice

(B) Dry ingredients
75g all Self raising flour, sifted
1/4 teaspoon Baking powder (omitted)
1/4 teaspoon Baking soda
1/2 tablespoon Caster sugar
Pinch of salt

Some vegetable cooking oil for cooking.

Method :
1) Lightly whisk and combine the dry ingredients (B) in a large bowl, and make a well in centre.

2) In another smaller bowl or jug, whisk wet ingredients (A) till combined and pour to (B) and mix until smooth and combined.

3) Heat the non-stick griddle or pan with low flame. Dap a little cooking oil with kitchen towel and lightly grease onto the non-stick griddle or pan.

4) Spoon 2 tablespoonful of batter onto the heated pan. Flip gently with a spatula, cook about 2 minutes or till golden brown on both sides.

I can't wait to enjoy these immediately .... spread with homemade chia jam and some blueberries I could find in the fridge.
Yummy ! These pancakes tasted awesome .... slightly crispy on their edges and moist and soft inside :) Enjoy !



20 comments:

  1. I love eggless pancakes too as it's easier to just scale the quantities to make for one person! Love your blueberry chia jam, looks so good!

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    1. Thanks Jasline. Yeah I love pancakes anytime !

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  2. Zoe shares so many amazing recipes, Karen. I don't know how I missed this one, lol...I'm always happy to find an eggless dish that I can actually enjoy, lol...These Pancakes look perfect and, I just made fresh yogurt too. I sure wish I had some of your Blackberry Chia Jam.

    Thanks for sharing, Karen...

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    1. Yea too many fabulous amazing recipes and I know got to take time to try all. Hope you try this too, these eggless pancakes are simply yummy, Louise :)

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  3. Good morning Karen,
    From fb, I see this scrumptious eggless pancake, make me droolinglah!
    I wish can have it as my today energetic breakfast, heh..... heh....

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    1. Hi Aunty Young, thanks, wish you could join me :)

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  4. Good morning Karen,
    From fb, I see this scrumptious eggless pancake, make me droolinglah!
    I wish can have it as my today energetic breakfast, heh..... heh....

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  5. Hi Karen,

    I'm very happy that you like this recipe. Anna is a super stylish cook and she cooks for celebrities like Kelly Osbourne and etc... See now! We are eating like celebrities too :D

    Zoe

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    1. Thanks to your great sharing, Zoe ^-^!

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  6. I have lemon and yogurt in my fridge. I wanna make some! :D

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  7. Karen I can see that your pancakes and thick and fluffy. Delicious!!

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  8. The pancakes look very good and yummy with the jam. Have a happy weekend!

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    1. Thanks Nancy, you too have a great week ahead!

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  9. Hi Karen, these pancakes are a big winner in my book, my family would love these. Perfect week-end breakfast.

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    1. Yes so enjoyable to have these yummy pancakes :)

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  10. Hi Karen, love your delightful and fluffy pancake. One of my favorite too, never get tired of eating pancakes. :))
    Thanks for sharing.

    Have a nice day, regards.
    Amelia

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    1. You're welcome Amelia and thanks for the compliment:)

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  11. Yummy pancakes in love that combination but never thought I could use it in pancakes as well.

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