Tuesday, 8 July 2014


Ever since i got back on track with eating habits, I've been determined to stick to the Slimming World plan (roughly) as much as i can. It's been a long time since i first started SW so i do have a good idea of what meals i can eat and one's i can't. But cravings still exist, most recently mine being pancakes. I could have easily gone out and bought ready made ones or a mix and my craving would be filled. But the guilt, ohhhh the guilt! So i set about finding one which would be SW friendly and i couldn't believe my luck when i found this one. 
You will need:
  • 35g porridge oats
  • Half a muller light yogurt 
  • 2 tbsp of granulated sweetener 
  • Two eggs
It's so easy to make these pancakes, here's what you need to do:
  1. Place your oats in a bowl and mix in your yogurt. 
  2. Whisk two eggs in with the mix as well as your sweetener.
  3. Pre heat your frying pan with fry light and keep it on a medium heat.
  4. Use a ladle (or dessert spoon) to pour on your pancake mix. 
  5. After a few minutes flip the pancake over to brown off the other side. 
  6. Once golden brown, place on a plate with your chosen syn free accompaniment. I decided to go for frozen fruit which i kept in the fridge over night.
  7. And there you go, you have syn free pancakes!

My mix made four, as i like my pancakes quite thick. But the mix will probably make around 10 smaller ones if you'd prefer those instead. These are seriously so yummy, i didn't think they'd be as good as they are and it's certainly filled my pancake craving and i can't wait to make these again!



  1. I have made these before and they really are super yummy! I used to love using different flavours of yoghurts :) megan x


  2. Yum yum, these look really tasty! xx

  3. Oh wow, those just look so dang incredible x


  4. Wow these look incredible!

  5. I will have to give these a try. I'm on WW, doing the Filling and Healthy method which is very similar to SW I think. We can't have the light yoghurts for free, but half one would only be 1 point so it would be worth it.

  6. They look delicious x

  7. These sound great, love !

    Sophie x

  8. Mmmm love how the berries have stained them! I've just posted a super healthy pancake recipe that only uses a banana, egg and bicarb - naturally sweet which beats the chemically sweeteners! Definitely think I'll try adding oats to my recipe though!


  9. These sound amazing, such a simple recipe too, I'm definitely going to try them! I would never have guessed they had yoghurt in them either!
    emmerliejay x

  10. I am so craving pancakes now! They look delicious.

    Daisy x

  11. These look amazing and they are healthy lol great
    L x

  12. These look so yummy! Pancakes are healthy if you make then yourself with healthy toppings!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style, Beauty and Lifestyle Blog

  13. These look amazing, definitely going to have to give them a try! I'm always craving pancakes and the only guilt free alternative I've seen until now has been that banana based recipe which I'm too scared to try as I hate bananas! Thanks so much for posting this :) x

  14. ooo this sounds a good recipe!
    My problem is what you put on the pancakes.. I can't do fruit or plain.. it HAS to be syrup.. Fail. :(


  15. These look delicious! I'm joining SW very soon, so I'll have to note down this recipe!

    Beauty and Lifestyle Blog


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