Serves a Crowd
Yogurt Pancakes with Pomegranate
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Satchid July 21, 2019
Wonderful! Made this today❤️
Sue January 28, 2014
When making pancakes that rely on yogurt you can skip the egg white beating step and add 1/2 tsp of baking powder and 1/4 tsp of baking soda (per cup of flour) and get very very fluffy, very tangy pancakes.
pobox November 7, 2013
I just made these. They have a bit of the taste of a cheese blintz. Very light, tangy and a bit cheesy from the yogurt. Different and good.
Jacqueline August 10, 2013
@vgonyea - The list of ingredients says: 1 egg, 1 egg white. You separate the yolk from the white - add the yolk to the yogurt, and the egg white to the additional egg white.
vgonyea May 4, 2013
Dear @SmallKitchCara may I get an answer to my question concerning the correct number of eggs?
vgonyea April 24, 2013
How many eggs, actually? The list of ingredients say 1 egg yolk and 1 white but the directions say "the 2 egg whites". Also, when you say this serves "1", does that mean you double it all for 2 people?
ody February 19, 2011
I just made these and they're wonderful! The recipe was spot-on, they turned out beautifully on the first try. The tanginess is great---it makes the syrup necessary rather than excessive.
Jennifer A. November 19, 2009
Light, and pretty, and not too sweet. Cannot wait to try them this weekend!
Jennifer A. November 22, 2009
I made these this morning and they were delicious. I really liked the tanginess of the yogurt, with the sweet tart of the pomegranate seeds, and the mellow maple syrup. The recipe doubled well. Will definitely make again.
QueenOfGreen November 18, 2009
These looked (and sounded) so wonderful, but then you said "ricotta" and I just HAD to have them with the ricotta substitute! Thank you - they made a perfect dinner!
PhoebeLapine November 17, 2009
I'm not a big sweets gal when it comes to breakfast, so I love the idea of adding pomegranate seeds together with the maple syrup to give it a burst of tart, fruity flavor.
CharlieH November 17, 2009
You need to add flour with an amount in your ingredient list. Minor thing.
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