3 Ingredient Breakfast Pancakes

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Slimming World pancakes

Pancakes are quite possibly my most favourite breakfast of all. Sweet pancakes, savoury pancakes – I love them all!

Maybe it’s the indulgence of a lazy weekend morning… whipping up a batch of pancakes whilst singing along to the sound dock as the kids play in the other room. Maybe it’s the warmth on a chilly morning that kick-starts the day. Or maybe, it’s because I can eat an entire STACK of these little beauties knowing that I am starting my day 100% on track with my weight loss plan.

Slimming World pancakes


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3 Ingredient Breakfast Pancakes
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Makes 10
Serves: 2
  • 35g of porridge oats
  • 1 fat-free Muller Light yoghurt
  • 3 eggs
  1. In a bowl, lightly whisk your 3 eggs until the white and yolk are all blended together
  2. Add your oats and stir to evenly combine
  3. Pour in the yoghurt and stir
  4. Lightly spritz a non-stick frying pan with an even coating of Fry Light
  5. Drop one tablespoon of pancake mix into your hot pan
  6. Use the back of your spoon to smooth out into an even layer and shape
  7. Leave for 2 - 3 minutes
  8. Using a spatula, gently tease the edges of your pancake to loosen from the pan before flipping over
  9. Cook for a further minute until golden
If you are cooking a batch of pancakes for the family, place your cooked pancakes on a baking tray lined with baking parchment and pop into a pre-heated oven (180C) for 2 minutes to warm through before before serving.



I love my pancakes served simply with fresh fruit and 100% pure maple syrup (3 syns for 6 teaspoons on Slimming World).
Tip: serve your maple syrup in an egg cup, that way it won’t soak through all your pancakes and will go a lot further :)

These are also great served with lean bacon and a softly-cooked poached egg on top!

You can use any flavour Muller Light yoghurt you wish, but I prefer the toffee variety. Not only does it look pancake-coloured and you are not left with some crazy pink creation, but it also have a very subtle taste that means you can add almost any topping you wish.

Oh, and don’t be tempted to poke and prod your pancakes whilst they are in the pan. You will end up with a scrambled mess!


What is your favourite pancake topping?

~ Natalie

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  1. says

    Those pancakes look amazing! AND they have yogurt in them?! Amazing. I am so going to try this! x PS, had you on my Bloglovin for a while but have only just started reading – I follow way too many blogs! Have now added you to my ‘favourites’ and will be reading regularly, just catching up now :) x

    • Natalie says

      These Slimming World pancakes are delicious and HEALTHY – my favourite combination! Thank you so much for the Bloglovin’ follow – I appreciate you!

    • Natalie says

      Hey Latoyah, thank you for stopping by!

      The porridge oats count as a HexB choice – but otherwise, syn free! You could skip the maple syrup (or get a sugar-free variety), but it just tastes so good so I count the syns.

      Be sure to only spoon a tablespoon of batter into your pan, use the back of the spoon to spread it out slightly and let it set. Don’t be tempted to flip too soon. Let’s just say my first ever attempt was more scrambled than pancake, lol. Second time round, I perfected these and they are GOOD! Let me know how you get on 😀

    • Natalie says

      Oh Natalie, I hope you love them as much as I do! Let me know how you get on :)

      Top Tip: be sure to let them ‘set’ before attempting to flip. My first attempt was more scrambled-egg-than-pancake!

  2. says

    Oh I saw this on pinterest and have just recently started Slimming World. I tried them this morning and they were lovely – thanks for sharing the recipe. I’ve just started a blog to try and keep me on track and I added your recipe (with reference to your page), I hope that’s ok (with reference to your page).
    Sharon X

    • Natalie says

      Hello Sharon,

      Congrats on the start of your Slimming World journey. (Best ‘diet’ plan ever! :) )
      I’m glad to hear you love the pancakes – they’ve become a firm favourite in our household now, too.

      Thank you for including the reference back to my recipe post – if you could make this link ‘clickable’ I’d really appreciate that, thank you!

  3. says

    Looks really healthy. There is an alternative recipe that’s also very healthy: 2 whole eggs and 1 banana. Mash the banana up, add the eggs, mix as well as possible. There will be some lumps but who cares. Make sure you use a really good frying pan, once red hot you can start making your pancakes. I personally don’t use any oil or butter and it doesn’t stick to the pan. I drizzle them with a bit of honey and some flaked almonds.

    • Natalie says

      I’ve heard about that pancake style, but never tried it. Sounds lovely with honey and almonds! Thank you!

  4. says

    I found this recipe on Pinterest yesterday (yay Pinterest!), and feeling a little delicate after one too many glasses of wine (and a small child not sleeping much), have given these a try. And oh. My. Word! Yummy doesn’t even come close to describing these!
    I’m thinking banana and custard flavour yoghurt with sliced bananas on top – mmmm!
    Thanks for this awesome recipe! Xx

    • Natalie says

      Hi Anna,

      Thanks for stopping by!

      I’m so pleased you loved this recipe – banana and custard Mullerlight sounds delicious!
      I hope the hangover passes quickly for you 😀

  5. Lynda says

    Hi Natalie,

    I have just come across your website – I started SW last week. Your pancake recipe just popped up and I have to say they look divine – I can’t wait to try them!

    Lynda x

    • Natalie says

      Hey Lynda, thank you for stopping by – and congrats on starting your Slimming World journey!

      These pancakes are lovely – we had them again today! Have you joined my FB Page yet? Do hop over and join us – I share so many more recipe ideas over there, too!

  6. Rachel Doyle says

    Made these this morning….AMAZING! Who says healthy food can’t be tasty lol! I served with strawberries but would probably serve with more fruit and some fat free yogurt as it was a little dry


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