The signing was to begin at 6 p.m., and I wasn’t able to arrive until 5:45 p.m. By the time I got to the signing, a line of several hundred people had formed.
I stayed to listen to her talk, but I didn’t buy her book or wait in the 4+ hour line to have it signed.
Things have a way of working out though because a couple of days later I won a signed copy of her cookbook through a giveaway on the blog A Recipe for Living.
The book arrived in the mail this weekend and I spent a good hour or so reading the entire thing and paging through the recipes last night.
When I saw a recipe for sour cream pancakes around 11 p.m. last night, I knew what I’d be making for breakfast in the morning.
Since I didn’t have sour cream on hand this morning, I substituted Greek yogurt for the key ingredient, turning the sour cream pancakes into a slightly healthier version of Greek yogurt pancakes.
I cooked the ‘cakes on a hot griddle until they were slightly browned.
Once the pancakes were ready for eatin’, I piled them high and coated them in syrup.
The pancakes were light, slightly eggy and unbelievably delicious.
When I decided to substitute Greek yogurt for the sour cream, I used a combination of plain Greek yogurt and strawberry Greek yogurt. The slightly sweet and fruity flavor from the strawberry Greek yogurt made the pancakes taste different and special. Ryan and I both thought they were the perfect lazy Sunday morning breakfast.
Ryan and I are about to leash up the pup for a walk to the farmer’s market. I also hope to get some sun before my sister arrives for the evening.
My sister watched Sadie on Friday night while we were camping and headed off to spend the night with friends and celebrate a friend’s birthday at Universal Studios last night. She’s heading back our way this afternoon and we have plans to workout, go to church, make a yummy dinner and spend some quality time together. I’m excited to see her!
See ya later for lunch!
Greek Yogurt Pancakes
(adapted from The Pioneer Woman’s Cookbook recipe for Edna Mae’s sour cream pancakes)
Makes 12 4-inch pancakes
- 8 oz. Greek yogurt (I used 6 oz. plain, 2 oz. strawberry)
- 7 tbsp. all-purpose flour
- 1 tbsp. sugar
- 1 tsp. baking soda
- 1/2 tsp. salt
- 2 large eggs
- 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
Place Greek yogurt in a medium bowl. Add flour, sugar, baking soda and salt. Stir together very gently. Stop short of the mixture being totally combined. You want the pancakes to have some interesting texture.
Whisk eggs in a separate bowl. Add vanilla to eggs and stir to combine. Pour egg mixture into the Greek yogurt-flour mixture. Stir together gently. Don’t worry about the mixture being totally combined; a little white and yellow swirling is fine.
Pour the batter onto a griddle sprayed with cooking spray, ¼ cup at a time. Cook for 1 to 1 1/2 minutes, then flip the pancakes. Cook for another 45 seconds and remove to plate. Repeat with the remaining batter. Top pancakes with syrup, fruit, or desired toppings.
Samantha Gerard says
My friend introduced me to pb fingers a week ago and I haven’t stopped reading it since!
I feel like we’re so similar in so many ways… our hobbies and lifestyle seem to match up, so I really enjoy reading all of your posts. I just moved in with my boyfriend a few months ago and your post on that was SPOT on. I couldn’t have said it better myself. I also love working out and running… and haven’t yet met a food I won’t eat, but love making healthy food and trying new things. I currently work for a pharma marketing company but have had internships in blogging and social media, and have my own little blog, so your tips on blogging are awesome.
I love your positivity and I can tell it’s the little things in life that make you happy… which is true about me as well. Anyway, just wanted to say you have a new fan!
I made your greek yogurt pancakes this morning because I’m home sick…
They were amazing! Here’s my post on them!
Samantha, 22, NYC
wow. just made them. SO easy and taste amazing! and they turned out perfect. this is the easiest pancake recipe ever and i love the added health value. fyi, i am in germany and we dont have chobani but we do have “quark” which is also a high protein low fat milk product, very similar to greek yoghurt. so i used it instead. 🙂
oh and i also love that mine also look perfect. so often i try pancake recipes and even if mine taste ok, they often never look as good as on the photos. but these hot babies look like they came right out of a cookbook. 🙂
Wow these pancakes look amazing… I was just wondering…could I use regular yogurt instead of greek yogurt???
Lauren H says
These are so delicious! And picky kid approved!