Say goodbye to boring pancakes. These little gems are packed with protein, probiotics, and whole grains. They are so easy to make that you could even make them for a weekday breakfast. I can’t get over how moist and fluffy they are, especially considering the very short ingredient list.
They are made with almond greek yogurt, but if you can’t find that flavor, you could easily use plain greek yogurt and add 1/4 t almond extract. If you can find that flavor, it’s divine. I was a bit skeptical at first but I found myself trying to scrape every last bit from the inside of the yogurt cup after I had made these.
|Anderson Erickson, you are geniuses.|
Also, if you can’t find poppy seeds at your grocery store, try the customer service counter. I know weird. I searched and searched in the spice aisle. I went to the health food section. Nothing. Finally I just asked someone and they directed me to customer service. I asked for the poppy seeds and the lady there took out a small container for me from a locked drawer, and I paid her the 69 cents. Apparently they had a serious issue with people stealing them? Strange. Maybe I’m just naive, but I can’t for the life of me understand why someone would want to steal poppy seeds.
- 1 6 oz container greek yogurt (almond flavored, or plain with 1/4 t almond extract)
- 1 c old fashioned oats
- 1 T chia seeds
- 3/4 c milk (I used vanilla unsweetened almond milk but whatever you have will work)
- 6 drops stevia extract (or 1 T sugar)
- 1/2 T poppy seeds