Healthier Pancake Recipe {with video}

Registered Dietician

| 1 min read

Pancakes with Yogurt, Raspberries, and Blueberries
Many say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it’s a good chance to start your day in a healthy way. Pancakes may not seem healthy, but with a few simple adjustments, they can easily fit into a health-conscious breakfast.
This recipe takes minutes to prepare and can be stored away for later use. Ground oats are added as the base to aid in heart health, diabetes control and immune system strength. The oats also give you energy to be productive all day long. The cinnamon adds a bit of flavor, while also being beneficial in reducing inflammation.
You can add more nutrients to your pancakes by topping them with fruits, granola, nuts, and yogurt – the possibilities are endless.
Watch this video to see how they’re made:
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